131104 – Hypocrite and Distractor

Today’s Items:

Have A Survival Strategy

William Kaye believes things are likely to change radically in the gold market.     Even though the mainstream media denigrates gold, the average gain over the course of November was 4.9% to 5% for the last 10 years.    He goes on to say that the only thing keeping things together at the moment is artificially suppressed interest rates.     When interest rates spike, it will be best to have a survival strategy in place.

Purging the Military

Just like Stalin, Obama is purging top military leaders in the U.S. armed forces.     If the U.S. goes to war with incompetent-politically minded military leaders, it will be disastrous.     The good news, is that military vets, can be more dangerous to foreign and domestic enemies when they are not constrained by military protocol.

Going After the Lead

Because of EPA regulations, the largest ore-to-lead producer in the U.S. has been shut down.     Without a reliable source of lead, bullets cannot be made domestically.     After the U.S. can no longer manufacture ammunition domestically, the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty will stop the importation of ammunition.     Unless, we make the bullets out of toothpaste, made from China, that has lead in it.


Yes, the debt limit debate is over for the moment; however, in March 2006, Obama claimed on video that a debate of raising the debt limit is a sign of leadership failure.     Don’t you just love flashbacks to prove even Obama thinks Obama is a hypocrite?

Global Warming Distraction

With the recent study showing that 97.4% of global warming predictions were wrong and top climate scientists admitting global warming forecasts were wrong, Obama has issued an executive order directing a government-wide effort to boost preparation in states for the impact of global warming.   Simply put, Obama, the stupidest thing that God ever stretched a piece of skin on, is going to throw anything against the wall in the vain attempt to see if something sticks to distract people from Obamawreck.    Especially now, that Obamawreck’s website has been revealed as a security risk and breaching privacy of users.

7 Lessons from National Geographic’s American Blackout

Here are a few summarized without a thorough explanation…
1. Have enough cash.
2. Have food and water.
3. Have medical knowledge.
4. Be prepared with defense.

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

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Doctor Panels Recommend Fewer Tests for Patients

News Flash:

A group of nine medical specialty boards plans to recommend that doctors perform 45 common tests and procedures less often, and to urge patients to question these services if they are offered.  The recommendations represent an unusually frank acknowledgment by physicians that many profitable tests and procedures are performed unnecessarily and may harm patients.  So, for all these years, doctors did not have the patients best interest in mind, but to make a fast buck?  Gee, who could have seen that coming?

Another so-called benefit from rising medical costs.


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