When it comes to Barack Obama, one of the most important things to understand is that he is a committed globalist. He firmly believes that more “global governance” (the elite don’t like to use the term “global government”) will make the world a much better place. Throughout his time in the White House, Obama has consistently sought to strengthen international institutions such as the UN, the IMF, the World Bank and the WTO. At every turn, Obama has endeavored to […]Read more »
Who is the biggest loser in the ongoing decline of the U.S. economy? Is it the wealthy? No, the stock market has been soaring lately and their incomes are actually going up. Is it the poor? Well, the poor are …Read more »
Editor’s Note: The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas devoted the entire issue of its latest publication of Banking and Community Perspectives to building assets in rural communities. The full version can be found here. Below are excerpts from the article …Read more »
10 Things to Buy Used
Being a savvy consumer means knowing when to splurge on something “new” and when to buy something “new-to-you.”
Here is my list of 10 items you should consider buying used.
We all know …
By Ian Cooper (Wealth Daily | Original Link)
You knew this was coming.
You knew it couldn’t last forever.
That bull market in gold you’ve come to know and love?
At least, that’s what the fools in the mainstream press would have you believe:
- “Gold’s Decade-Long Bull Run Is Dead, Gartman Says” — Forbes
- “The Gold Bull
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By Keith Kohl (Wealth Daily | Original Link)
Publisher’s Note: I want you to remember this sentence: “It’s getting better all the time.”
Not a day goes by that I don’t hear things like, “Life sucks. It takes a …Read more »
By Louis Basenese (Wall Street Daily | Original Link)
On Friday, the Commerce department released underwhelming first-quarter GDP growth figures.
The U.S. economy only grew at an annual rate of 2.2%, against expectations of 2.5% GDP growth.
But don’t freak. …Read more »
By Mike Larson (Money and Markets | Original Link)
The evidence everywhere is unequivocal: Despite trillions in printed dollars, euros, pounds, and yen … despite the passage of almost four years since the heart of the credit crisis … despite all the proclamations of government bureaucrats and central bankers, the economy and capital markets remain on the ropes!
Take housing …Read more »
Do you ever get the feeling that the mainstream media is feeding you a very watered-down and twisted version of the news? Do you ever get the feeling that the federal government does not believe that the American people can …Read more »