Category Archives: The Mine or the Shaft

You figure it out. Which will it be? Only time will tell!

Holter: “It’s Pure Math – We’re Headed For A Train Wreck!

Financial writer and gold expert Bill Holter says China has a lot of weapons to fight a trade war with the U.S. China could stop buying Treasury bonds (as it reportedly already has done). It could sell Treasury bonds. It … Continue reading

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Is there gold in them, thar hills?

Has $55 MILLION of gold lost during the Battle of Gettysburg finally been discovered in central Pennsylvania? That’s what locals seem to believe after the FBI descended on site, along with representatives from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources … Continue reading

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Fed mistakes could spark ‘unusually fast’ bear market, ‘lost decade’ for stocks

Households currently have high exposure to the equity market Uncertainty over trade policy may be the primary driver of the U.S. stock market at the moment, but the real policy risk facing equities could be coming from the Federal Reserve, … Continue reading

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IRS Admits It Encourages Illegals To Steal Social Security Numbers For Taxes

NOTE: This was written during the final year of the Obama administration, but if you believe that anything has changed, you would be sadly mistaken. Ed. This isn’t exactly the kind of story the IRS wants buzzing around at tax … Continue reading

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The Slow Descent Into Reckless Hysteria – The Ends Justify the Means

“To write the truth as I see it; to defend the weak against the strong; to fight for justice; and to seek, as best I can to bring healing perspectives to bear on the terrible hates and fears of mankind, … Continue reading

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The German Hyperinflation, 1923

In the mid-1960s, money manager George J.W. Goodman began to write a series of irreverent and witty columns for New York magazine under the borrowed name of capitalism’s founding theorist, Adam Smith. As “Adam Smith,” Goodman went on to write … Continue reading

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FDR’s ‘New Deal’ Social Security Act – Just That

Have you noticed that Social Security is now identified as an ‘entitlement’ like welfare, food stamps, housing, medical and education? That is exactly how the government and their phony newspapers describe this today to the public. This is a typical … Continue reading

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Wondering Which States Americans Hate to Live In?

Ask U-Haul Americans are dynamic people. World statistics on the number of cars per capita show that America is in first place among the “big” countries and in third place among all countries, behind the dwarfs of San Marino and … Continue reading

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GOP Adopts Democrat Big Deficit Spending

If you ever had doubts that the Federal Government experiment has failed, the bipartisan busting of the budget has made it clear that Congress abdicates their sacred duty to defend the nation from internal enemies of the people. Forget the … Continue reading

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This is the real reason many Americans stay poor

The states that scored worst in the 2018 Prosperity Now Scorecard In his State of the Union address, President Trump said “there has never been a better time to start living the American Dream.” But the new 2018 Prosperity Now … Continue reading

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