Gold is Predicted to go to $10,000 per oz!

Gold is Predicted to go to $10,000 per oz!
 

 Now, more than ever, precious metals have a number of primary causes for extreme bullishness in the stock market. We are likely on the eve of a critical shortage of silver, some experts predict, however the price does not YET reflect that. This shortage has been camouflaged by an artificially low price brought about by leasing, and by the big Eastern market makers’ chokehold on silver in the futures market, as well as big banks such as…

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Is the US Following in the Footsteps of Venezuela?

Is the US Following in the Footsteps of Venezuela?
 

 When socialist countries collapse- and they always do- it is always interesting to watch what they do near the end.  All one has to do is open his eyes, and he can see the danger signs. Jeff Berwick, of the Dollar Vigilante, recently traveled to Cracas, Venezuela, to get an accurate account of the shape the country is currently in. Jeff reports Venezuela is now in terrible hyperinflation.  They have actually begun flying in plane loads…

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“Not For Hire”

“Not For Hire”
 

 I have been awake for quite a long time to the fact that courts are Maritime courts and use every law except the one true law, and that is Common Law. I have known for some time that we cannot be forced as human beings under Common Law to beg the state for permission to drive in the form of drivers license, registration, insuring and titling.  What I did not have was a clear way…

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China Refuses to make its new gold-backed Yuan convertible to or from US Dollars

China Refuses to make its new gold-backed Yuan convertible to or from US Dollars
 

 In a shocking move, likely to crush the US economy overnight, China is refusing to make its new gold-backed Yuan, convertible to or from US Dollars. _________________________________________________ The new Yuan, which will be gold-backed, will be introduced next Tuesday, April 19, 2016.  China decided to make the Yuan a more reliable currency when the International Monetary Fund (IMF) agreed to add it to the list of world currencies used for Global Reserves and International Trade. China has…

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Feds and Bank of Japan Meet on Monetary Policy

Feds and Bank of Japan Meet on Monetary Policy
 

 Bankers at both the U.S. Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan (BoJ) met in the last 12 hours (on April 28) to decide where they would take monetary policy next. But, when they sat down to make decisions, they realized their options were limited. There was a lot they wanted to do but little they could do. Japan’s central bank pushed borrowing rates down into negative territory in January, joining its counterparts in the European Union,…

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Something That Would Make Mama Proud

Something That Would Make Mama Proud
 

 I grew up in a very small town in rural Arkansas.  The woods were our back yard…  and side yard, for that matter!  And we were a family of animal lovers.  Living in the country brings new light to the old TV show that used to be on called “The Beverly Hillbillies”!  One of the characters was Ellie Mae and she loved animals.  She was always taking in new animals, nursing animals, holding animals and…

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