140613 – Oklahoma and Gold

Today’s Items:


Wall Street’s Republican whore err…   pawn, also known as Eric Cantor, lost big time to a Tea Party candidate.     It turns out that Boeing, recipient to low-cost taxpayer-funded lending, may be the biggest loser to Canter’s defeat.     John Boehner teared up to the unexpected loss.    It’s not often that tears drives me to smile, but I hope this starts a trend.

Global Housing Alarm

The goons at the IMF are sounding a global housing alarm; in that, they published new data showing house prices are well above their historical average in many countries.    Of course, there are exceptions, like Japan, where housing prices are 41% below its long-run average relative to incomes

19 Facts About U.S. Economy

Here are a few…
1. The number of planned job cuts by U.S. employers is on the rise again.
2. One out of every six men in their prime working age, ages 25 to 54, do not have a job.
3. 53% of wage earners in the United States make less than 30,000 dollars a year
4. The average age of vehicles on America’s roads has hit an all-time high of 11.4 years.
5. The U.S. economy did not experience any economic growth during the first quarter of 2014.

Changing Tune

After years of Janet Incompetano lying to the public stating that the border was never more secure, her successor, Jeh Johnson now acknowledges that there is a problem…     Well Duh!!!!    He goes on to say that the fault cannot be blamed on Obama.      That was likely because Obama was too distracted with golf, Obamawreck, and destroying the U.S. Constitution, in that order, to give a flip about national security.

Gun Homicides

Despite national attention to the issue of firearm violence, most Americans are unaware that gun crime, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of government data, is down 49% since it peaked in 1993.

Student debt

Obama’s working feverishly with Senate socialists err… Democrats to build political pressure to force taxpayers to pay for mounting student debt.      Sound familiar?     Think GM, AIG, or To Big for Jail banks.     That big sucking sound is Obama near your wallet.

Legal Tender

A new law that goes into effect on November 1st, makes gold and silver coins legal tender in the State of Oklahoma.     The law eliminates a tax on precious metals for investors.     After all, it does not make sense to tax a currency.

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.      Good Day!

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Hyper Report recommends the reading of Gregory Mannarino’s The Game is Rigged

Today’s Items:

647 Trillion Reasons To Worry

According to the Bank of International Settlements, the total size of derivatives, as of the end of Q4 of 2011, that was recently released, is over 647 trillion dollars. The collapse of the euro below 1.2 could trigger an event that would make Lehman look like chump change.

US Factory Orders Post Surprise Fall in April

It appears that “Surprise” can now be interchanged with “Unexpectedly.” Anyway, new orders for U.S. factory goods feel when overpaid economists were expecting a 0.2 percent increase. Outside transportation, orders dropped 1.1 percent and machinery down 2.9 percent. Don’t you just love this recovery?


Deflation is in almost all cases a side effect of a collapse of aggregate demand. The aggregate demand for goods and services is markedly declining all across Europe. The banking systems, not just in Spain, is in tatters and bank lending is eroding significantly. The solution, many central banks will embrace of course, is money printing to stop it; however, this will lead to inflation.

$7 Billion Dollar Ship As Answer to Chinese Concerns

Officials in the Navy, believe that a new class naval vessel will be the answer to the emerging Chinese fleet. This ship will have advanced stealth technology to slip past Chinese sensors to start a war. It was originally estimated to cost $3.8 billion, but with inflation, congressional earmarks, and an extra cup holder, the price has nearly doubled.

Here’s To You, Thomas Jefferson

Because nickles, made with 75% copper, have not changed their physical make-up, nickels are perhaps the best coin to stock up on in regards to copper.  The only exception to the nickel make-up was the World War II nickels and they were made of silver.   Anyway, because of uniformity, nickels will be better to barter with than even pre-1982 pennies.  Keep stacking!

American Eagle gold bullion sales more than double in May

Smart money is getting the out of paper. In fact, American Eagle gold bullion coins in May rose 158%, over the total number purchased in April. In April, 19,000 were sold while in May it was 49,000.  Keep stacking!

AIG Chief Sees Retirement Age as High as 80 After Crisis

With life expectancies increasing and disability payments, is it any wonder that Social Security is all but broke? The original intent was to be a small pension for those who lived beyond the average life expectancy. Because of the debt situation, expect legislation that will greatly curtail, or even eliminate, all social security programs, on a world wide scale.

The Many Uses of Baking Soda in Survival Situations

Here are a few…
1. Use it as a fire extinguisher
2. Use it as toothpaste
3. Use it to treat insect bites
4. Use it to clean to off fruit and vegetables.

Finally, Please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day

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