140102 – Colleges Pay?

Today’s Items:

Bullion Banks Forcing Hedging

Hedging has come soaring back as bullion banks are insisting that miners hedge some of their output as a prerequisite for new finance.     They may be doing this to rescue the bullion banks from their short positions.    Unfortunately for these bullion banks, Chinese companies are happy to pay current prices, plus premiums, for the gold.     In short, there is going to come a time where there will likely be a massive short squeeze in gold.

Trends To Watch For In 2014

Here are a few…
1. Central Planning intervention in stock and bond markets will continue.
2. The Fed will suffer a fatal erosion of confidence.
3. The Mainstream Media will continue to lose credibility.
4. Small business – the engine of growth – will continue to decline.

Fast and Furious

Another one of Obama and Holder’s “Fast and Furious” guns have been discovered again.    This time, the AK-47-style gun was at a Mexico shootout scene.     So, more blood on Obama’s and Holder’s hands in their failed attempt to attack the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.    Needless to say, you can count on the Department of Injustice to ignore this as well.

Record on Disability

2013 closed with nearly 11 million Americans on disability.   An all-time record.     The question is, how many were on because their unemployment benefits ran out?   Without raising taxes further, the social spending, along with the terror err… war spending is going to come to an abrupt end.

Tax Hikes

Tax breaks, that ended at the end of 2013, means 54.2 million dollars in renewed taxes on Americans started this year.    Businesses will take the biggest hit with the loss of the research tax credit.    You know, the area that allows for technical innovation.    Individuals will also feel the heat as the college tuition tax credit has been lost as well.     Speaking of colleges…

Colleges Pay?

Three Democrat Senators want colleges, that have more than 25% of their students on loans, to compensate the government if their graduates cannot pay back the loans.   Needless to say, if this became law, this would affect how colleges will offer courses.    Perhaps only courses in stem fields; such a engineering and math, may will be offered for those with loans.    This possibly means less degrees awarded in Bowling Management to Puppetry.

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

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