Monthly Archives: September 2013

American Tribute

FREEDOM IS NOT FREE | A Soldier’s Pledge Reagan’s America is dramatically slipping away… Submitted for posting by GeoffTalk.com reader Ron Mizumo A ‘tip o’ the hat’ to Ron Mizuno of Honolulu, Hawaii Geoff

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Jeremy Grantham on scarce resources

Highlighted by one of our readers, this WSJ interview with famed investment strategist Jeremy Grantham is worth reading. Grantham talks about bubbles, the Fed pushing investors into more assets and the potential challenges from a lack of phosphates, potash and … Continue reading

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Treasury uses tricks to not exceed US Debt Ceiling, National Debt has stayed the same for 120 days.

U.S. Treasury Exceeds Debt Limit by $39 Billion with Accounting Trick By Ron DeLegge Published September 20, 2013 U.S. federal debt has been stuck at $16,699,396,000,000.00 for four months and that amount is exactly $25 million less than the legal … Continue reading

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QE forever. Thanks

After Mr. Bernanke’s commentary yesterday, one wonders if the Fed has any choice. It is now becoming a joke. Equities reacted wonderfully, based only on cheap money, despite the lack of likelihood of top line growth or margin increases for … Continue reading

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The Fed is the Problem, not the Solution

25 Fast Facts About The Federal Reserve – Please Share With Everyone You Know By Michael Snyder, on September 15th, 2013 As we approach the 100th anniversary of the creation of the Federal Reserve, it is absolutely imperative that we … Continue reading

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio moving Arizona into the 21st Century

SHERIFF JOE IS AT IT AGAIN! You all remember Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona , who painted the jail cells pink and made the inmates wear pink prison garb. Well……… SHERIFF JOE IS AT IT AGAIN! Oh, there’s MUCH more … Continue reading

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The US Government & The Press denied The Depression in 1933 – Ditto 2013

They Denied That We Were In A Depression In 1933 And They Are Doing It Again In 2013 By Michael Snyder, on September 12th, 2013 The more things change, the more things stay the same. The Great Depression actually started … Continue reading

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A Lesson on Friendship & Support

Guinness Wheelchairs Basketball Commercial Wheelchair Basketball Submitted for posting by GeoffTalk.com reader Ron Mizuno A ‘tip o’ the hat’ to GeoffTalk.com reader Ron Mizuno of Honolulu, Hawaii Geoff

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Ronald Coase Passes away at 102 years of age

Most undergraduates studying environment or resource economics have read about the Coase Theorem, but Coase had many insights. nakedcapitalism.com has a great writeup concerning misinterpretations of one of Coase’s key contributions, as well as his musings concerning economics. We share … Continue reading

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Harvard Findings Support Higher Gun Ownership Density results in Lower Gun Violence in the United States

Harvard Research Shows ‘Guns Don’t Kill People, People Kill People’ Submitted by Tyler Durden on 09/02/2013 15:35 -0400 In an inconvenient truth moment for the anti-gun lobby, Harvard’s Don Kates and Gary Mauser expose the facts behind gun control and … Continue reading

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