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And that’s that.

Posted by commish @ 20:09 on May 23, 2016  

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Today’s Silver Prices Hit One-Month Low – Here’s What’s Next

Posted by Farmboy @ 19:19 on May 23, 2016  

It’s true that the fundamental indicators for the silver price remain very bullish. But the near-term technical and sentiment indicators are pointing in the opposite direction.

Today, we’ll dive into several of these factors to review how both last week’s prices performed and how today’s silver prices are trending.

Then, we’ll examine what may lie ahead in both the near and longer term…”

http://moneymorning.com/2016/05/23/todays-silver-prices-hit-one-month-low-heres-whats-next/

 

Comment: What I call ‘Fair and Balanced’ reporting. Kinda gives us both sides of the Silver story currently being played out.

ororeef and farmboy

Posted by WANKA @ 19:15 on May 23, 2016  

on sidebar under freedom and liberty….roger that! wj

Maya, About The Only Reg I Didn’t See Was For A First Aid Kit.

Posted by Farmboy @ 18:59 on May 23, 2016  

first aid

ipso facto @ 9:18 RE: your vehicle…

Posted by Maya @ 18:47 on May 23, 2016  

does not appear to meet EPA emissions standards, nor OSHA safety standards.  Please take immediate steps to retrofit…

oshacowboyo31

Ororeef @ 16:04 Excellent Contrast, Perhaps An Eye Opener For Democrats

Posted by Farmboy @ 18:21 on May 23, 2016  

to see how far the Democratic party has changed its values and left them behind. If I might add to your soap box speech : One solved an International Missle Crisis, one created the terrorists known as ISIS.

 

Well done. Think that deserves to be passed along to all Democrats.

Wanka

Posted by Walker @ 16:05 on May 23, 2016  

Sincerely, I am gone  for ..TODAY, ..but..i feel..we are in the end time frame.

 

to those thinking..you were never truthful to yourself..stop looking ..for this can not happen..

WANKA @ 14:46 on May 23, 2016

Posted by Ororeef @ 16:04 on May 23, 2016  

They both look the same ,both have a big smile ,both have big teeth ..so whats the difference ..your not supposed to notice ..MAY 1961 May 2016 maybe if we just switch the numbers 61 to 16 nobody will notice any differences..We can fool them all. one is the Son of a capitalist the other Son of a Bitch literally…If you look close one is white ,one is black ..your not supposed to notice its Politically incorrect .One puts a man on the moon ,the other puts a man in the Little Girls bathroom ..your not supposed to notice !,one likes women ,the other likes men..your not supposed to notice.one creates investment Tax credit ,the other raises taxes ! One gets shot,the other gets 4 more years …
One gets a NOBEL Prize ,the other gets a lead bullet.One prints Treasury notes interest free ,the other prints Federal reserve notes at 6 % cost.your not supposed to notice .One brings class to the White House ,the other brings Al Sharpton trash.BUT they are both Democrats your not supposed to notice, one fought communists ,the other is a Communist.Somehow the Democrats dont think you will not notice how they have changed as a Party !Somehow they think you will not notice how they used to be inclusive ,but now Debbie Wasserman Schultz DISINVITES a female from Hawaii from becoming a candidate just because she is a MAJOR in the Military .One made sacrifices in the Military,the other wants to sacrifice the Military .Maybe you wont notice how the selection is rigged with “Super” Delegates for only one of the Candidates. The Party of Andrew Jackson has become the Party of Michael Jackson …Maybe you wont notice !

Oh .Mr. Penny

Posted by Walker @ 15:57 on May 23, 2016  

And your real level of …wisdom,  ..was shared..no further comment required.

Frosty

Scum hitting PM shares into close….just because they have to stop a good close.

Posted by Maddog @ 15:57 on May 23, 2016  

and of course AU and AG.

Frostbite @ 14:37

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:26 on May 23, 2016  

Roger, thanks for the comeback. re your part….

“you could be confused? believe 9/11 in your on time frame ..and now question what is happening …you may wish to start again and look back.”

Comment:
I’m pretty confident about a better USA. 9/11 is part of what is causing this massive failure of the global central planning. I knew from the start it would not work out. It was a pipe dream, explained in John Lenin’s and Yoko’s song “Imagine”.

The USA rebound I see is like a distorted price that gets naturally corrected after the distortion goes too far.

Like oil too high, causing over production, over capacity, and less consumption, leading to reality, glut, a falling price.

Greg Hunter interviews Bix Weir…

Posted by old-timer @ 15:07 on May 23, 2016  

FWIW – If you can deal with Greg’s childlike interview technique, and are ready for Bix’s odd but strangely compelling world view, this can be of some value.

LINK TO VIDEO:

Wanka

Posted by Walker @ 15:04 on May 23, 2016  

Last comment, honest, for today, smile

You..Know and i know, this is has been a long walk to nation DE-struction

.If anyone read the real constitution, you would see they were endeavoring to protect the future sheep, from the past sheepherders !!!!

The key is how and who controls …the money, then politics and than the media, which all controls and works to each other controlled !….resulting in..well I am..wasting my time, smile

Wanka …keep kicking the can… my old friend..sincerely.

Interest rates

Posted by Walker @ 14:54 on May 23, 2016  

the system’s recovery was based on a  tremendous digit fiat creation of trillions of “borrowed”zoom there they are  “given to friends”..well, it is all there to those looking!~ smile..who looks?   …increasing interest rates? Does it really matter to the power which created the digits? No.

My point..if you do not really see this ..a fundamental..by gold and silver ..coinage.. historically IT has never failed..

 

hi frosty…smile!!!!

Posted by WANKA @ 14:46 on May 23, 2016  

The Lunar Surface vs. Lunacy

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Hello …..I really was concern..”the real” old place had lost its portal.

Posted by Walker @ 14:37 on May 23, 2016  

Just a small comment.

 

Mr. Copper.

Once again, i smile and enjoy your looking glass of America. Allow me to suggest , that in fact, historically it was the greatest melting pot of nations the world has ever witnessed. To suggest, any future leader can  transform the existing mess, into the old structure is conveying political, BS.

Mr. copper, an analogy, the roman empire, endeavoring to rectified, its fall, from within from all the debasing factors, in its end days…

This isn’t going to happen, my friend. The real and only hope, this last stand great nation must realize..smile.where do i begin?

The point we ALL left..to come here!!!!! .we left for a multi venue of reasons…may I suggest…

WHICH in truth  were really NEVER told…. never shared…they were very Real reasons…and they are back in the nest. I am certain i have lost you..did you ever look up? ..smile, The City..

In closing..you enjoyed an era which was the very best..so did I…again …we, you and i and ever one..past forty..I sincerely marvel at..

you could be confused?

believe 9/11 in your on time frame ..and now question what is happening …you may wish to start again and look back.

 

Talking head on bubblevision

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:35 on May 23, 2016  

“If interest rate increases cause the SM to sell off then this is going to benefit gold and cause higher prices.”

There Is No current problem in America Other Than Transition Pains From The Past To The New Future.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:02 on May 23, 2016  

The first thing needed is a re-declaration of our Independence like 1776. Just like George Washington, that’s Trumps objective. Then go back to capitalism in the USA only. Globalization was global socialism in disguise. One big global commune. Its socialism that is failing.

There is no unfettered businesses in the USA, unless they IMPORT. They are FREE to import. Multi national Global corporations are the ONLY group enjoying capitalism, like illegal immigrants doing as they please going across borders causing problems.

The USA is the ONLY country that can not export to the USA. Think about that.

This’ll throw a wrench in the works

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:01 on May 23, 2016  

French fuel crisis: 1,600 gas stations running empty as workers strike, block supplies

https://www.rt.com/news/344107-french-law-fuel-strike/

something to chew on folks….what a world the masters of the universe are building!

Posted by WANKA @ 13:57 on May 23, 2016  

Alas, Washington D.C., as it beats the war drums louder, is dead-set on creating more chaos at home and abroad. And the sheer level of apathy about the potential for yet another major war is absolutely astonishing.

The overall public sentiment can be summed up by taking a look at what’s happening in American airports. The lines to get fondled by government goons have become so ridiculously long that airports are now hiring ponies, clowns and live musicians to calm the nerves of the unwashed masses.

Pretty soon they’ll be giving out bread, too…

The lesson is clear: As long as you keep Americans entertained — via outlandish elections, bread and circuses, or endless hours of mindless (and often violent) entertainment — they won’t care much about what’s happening outside (or even within) our borders.

For example, most Americans have no serious understanding of the many conflicts the United States is engaged in around the world. Moreover, there’s very little shame in being ignorant and indifferent to the lives lost at the triggers of American weaponry.

It’s an embarrassment and a disgrace — and only tends to confirm to the world that the stereotypical American is an ignorant drone.

To the sane-minded, it’s obvious: More war is the absolute last thing we need. It should be the very thing which unites Americans this election season, but, instead, conveniently enough, it’s the last thing on the mind of the average American.

War, said Randolph Bourne, is the health of the State. Since the State is little more than a monopoly on violence, the bigger the State, the more violence it can inflict at home and abroad.

(Even the people who cry out about police brutality are missing this crucial connective tissue.)

 

As Tom Engelhardt writes on his blog TomDispatch.com, Washington has become addicted to war and the power it provides. And more military intervention — more chaos — is the only way to justify more hits from the crackpipe. Engelhardt writes:

Washington’s attachment — financial, tactical, and strategic — to the U.S. military and its supposed solutions to more or less all problems in what used to be called “foreign policy” should by now be categorized as addictive.

Otherwise, how can you explain the last decade and a half in which no military action from Afghanistan to Iraq, Yemen to Libya worked out half-well in the long run (or even, often enough, in the short run), and yet the U.S. military remains the option of first, not last, resort in just about any imaginable situation?

All this in a vast region in which failed states are piling up, nations are disintegrating, terror insurgencies are spreading, humongous population upheavals are becoming the norm, and there are refugee flows of a sort not seen since significant parts of the planet were destroyed during World War II.

Either we’re talking addictive behavior or failure is the new success.

Keep in mind, for instance, that the president who came into office swearing he would end a disastrous war and occupation in Iraq is now overseeing a new war in an even wider region that includes Iraq, a country that is no longer quite a country, and Syria, a country that is now officially kaput. Meanwhile, in the other war he inherited, Barack Obama almost immediately launched a military-backed “surge” of U.S. forces, the only real argument being over whether 40,000 (or even as many as 80,000) new U.S. troops would be sent into Afghanistan or, as the “antiwar” president finally decided, a mere 30,000 (which made him an absolute wimp to his opponents). That was 2009. Part of that surge involved an announcement that the withdrawal of American combat forces would begin in 2011.

Seven years later, that withdrawal has once again been halted in favor of what the military has taken to privately calling a “generational approach ” — that is, U.S. forces remaining in Afghanistan into at least the 2020s.

The U.S. military is visibly the drug of choice in the American political arena and, as is only appropriate for the force that has, since 2002, funded, armed, and propped up the planet’s largest supplier of opium, once you’re hooked, there’s no shaking it.

Meanwhile, not one of our “hopefuls,” (aside from, of course, our underdogs in the Libertarian Party), have come close to suggesting that the wars will cease when the Oval Office is taken from the Obamanator. Engelhardt goes on:

… no presidential candidate these days could afford to reject the White House-run drone assassination program. To be assassin-in-chief is now considered as much a part of the presidential job description as commander-in-chief, even though the drone program, like so many other militarized foreign policy operations these days, shows little sign of reining in terrorism despite the number of “bad guys” and terror “leaders” it kills (along with significant numbers of civilian bystanders).

To take Bernie Sanders as an example — because he’s as close to an antiwar candidate as you’ll find in the present election season — he recently put something like his stamp of approval on the White House drone assassination project and the “kill list” that goes with it.

Unfortunately, at the moment there is no force, no movement on the American scene that could open up space for such a possibility. No matter who is elected president, you already know more or less what American “policy” is going to be.

But don’t bother to blame the politicians and national security nabobs in Washington for this. They’re addicts. They can’t help themselves. What they need is rehab. Instead, they continue to run our world. Be suitably scared for the ruins still to come.

Indeed.

Until tomorrow,

Chris Campbell
Managing editor, Laissez Faire Today

 

wj

Will Trump Win or Lose? (interesting perspective IMO)

Posted by silverngold @ 13:55 on May 23, 2016  
Will Trump Win or Lose?
By Martin D. Weiss, Ph.D.
Martin D. Weiss, Ph.D.
Dear xxxxxxxxxxxxxx,

Fair warning: The analysis I provide today on the chances of a Trump victory in November will probably leave you shell-shocked, tickled pink or with some sweet-and-sour mix of both.

I will name eight inescapable facts that political pundits from both parties are underestimating or missing entirely.

I will show you how the presidential election campaign and the stock market could soon be feeding off each other in a vicious spiral.

And I will tell you how to prepare for virtually any outcome in November.

For all of this and more, click here …

HUI now positivo

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:54 on May 23, 2016  

NEMO @ 13:16

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:49 on May 23, 2016  

Yes it’s Victoria Day.

The current problem in America is

Posted by Ororeef @ 13:45 on May 23, 2016  

there are too much concentration of economic wealth.Its the weakness of capitalism in that its too successful in providing goods and services to the most people while creating a high standard of living.Communism is a complete failure ..period.The solution is not to throw capitalism out ,but to take the monopolies and break them up into smaller competing pieces and make them start growing again ..that way you keep the best features of capitalism ..competition…T.Roosevelt understood this with the Trust Busters ..We need to break up the MONOPOLIES in Banks,HealthCare,Microsoft,Amazon,Google,face Book ,Auto companies….get them back to providing better prices more competition for their products. Thats the secret !Not to throw out Capitalism,give them Competition…Break em up.!
Same applies to federal Government ..break it up by sending authority back to the STATES BREAK up the Fed MONOPOLY of Government. Dept of Education ,EPA,etc…make them LOCAL ..big is NOT BETTER its just more corrupt just like any monopoly.The Justice department included …send those cases back to the STATE level ..REFUSE to HEAR THEM..keep them OUT of the Federal Courts ..one size does not fit all…Federal Laws create decisions that dont fit every state …! STOP FEDERALIZING everything…What you call Justice in one state is called discrimination in another ..stop Federalizing everything…Set a LEGAL LIMIT on the size of federal Employees to 5 % of Gross National Product …everybody else must go to work for the State Governments and PRIVATE sECTOR .Then the Competition between states and budgets sets limits on spending and it will be easy to see how one state compares to another.All states should adopt Balanced budget amendments period…

Ororeef

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:26 on May 23, 2016  

Think most would agree with you. The Vietnamese were caught in the middle. They sure werent inviting the enemy into their side. Well it happened once TET and we don’t need that here. One of my friends said he didn’t even leave the helicopter. He was laying down with his machine gun shooting them from the air when other groups were driving them out. Now it looks like this passenger plane was purposely driven into the sea by the pilot and he was a nice muslim they say. So when did he get radicalized?  And if Obama refused to call them radical as well as Hitlery what is the difference? Because their religion is their politics they take it with them.

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