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RBG – R.I.P.

Posted by treefrog @ 23:53 on September 18, 2020  

de mortuis, nihil nisi bonum.

Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 23:43 on September 18, 2020  

rrflasher-copy

The Great Northern
https://railpictures.net/photo/738602/

 

RBG death – another election issue

Posted by Maya @ 23:41 on September 18, 2020  

My guess: Trump appoints a flawless conservative…  Congress shrieks and delays confirmation until after the election…. after throwing as much stink and mud as possible at the candidate.

Maybe throw some election issues at the split and incomplete High Court for another coup attempt??

Notice how now the worried Dems want congress to ‘investigate’ the Durham Investigation!?

Maddog

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:46 on September 18, 2020  

Yes your right it can happen. Same going on with politicians squandering all the accomplishments and think they have better ideas that never worked and some with great sacrifice of the past squandering it’s wealth for personal gain.

Even if not the same party I still had respect for justice Ginsburg

Posted by goldielocks @ 20:43 on September 18, 2020  

Ruth BADER GINSBERG has DIED

Posted by Ororeef @ 20:09 on September 18, 2020  

Have a great weekend everyone!

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:11 on September 18, 2020  

At enormous cost the scum kept Gold @ 1950

Posted by Maddog @ 16:04 on September 18, 2020  

and the weekend press will be able to say that the Feds policies are not scaring the mkts…..and that is current monetary policy. Hammer prices to where u want them and give the taxpayer the bill, but don’t bother to tell them.

Sprott Weekly Wrap Up

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:02 on September 18, 2020  

Northstar

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:54 on September 18, 2020  

https://twitter.com/Northst18363337/status/1306913055507390466/photo/1

@ipso facto, Agreed, I know What You Mean.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:19 on September 18, 2020  

Its as if the anti American pro foreign alleged US Gov’t did it all on purpose after 1971. Regarding new business start ups? I saw MANY of them, because wages were so high, before 1970, employees had knowledge and money, quit their jobs and started businesses in their garage. One guy I know had kick presses upstairs in his house. LOL. Later they rent a building and grow.

I always thought we don’t have our own govt, we must have someone else’s. Our own gov’t would not have sold us out like that after 1971. The 2008 crash was sort of a blessing. Causing change. Old Seattle Sun used to say re manufacturing, we only had two choices. Shut down or relocate off shore. Two times I saw trucks loading up production equipment, going to the docks in NYC and machinery going overseas.

Here’s another Canadian movement. Hope it and several other anti-covid measures all have legs!

Posted by silverngold @ 15:07 on September 18, 2020  

Mr.Copper

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:01 on September 18, 2020  

Too bad we’ve shipped out a lot of our jobs. If people have a decent job, a house, a family, then they’re not out there doing crimes or rioting.

The gov itself with all their red tape causes much less jobs to exist. Ask any business man how many hoops they have to jump through!

@ipso facto, re BLM, I think should be changed to BWM, Black Wages Matter

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:44 on September 18, 2020  

Comment: The system is fake to start with. And too many “have nots” is the main problem.

Below. The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 Source: Franklin D. Roosevelt, “Message to Congress”.

parts:

The overwhelming majority of our population earns its daily bread either in agriculture or in industry. One-third of our population, the overwhelming majority of which is in agriculture or industry, is ill-nourished, ill-clad and ill-housed.

The overwhelming majority of this Nation has little patience with that small minority which vociferates today that prosperity has returned, that wages are good, that crop prices are high and that government should take a holiday.

The truth of the matter, of course, is that the exponents of the theory of private initiative as the cure for deep-seated national ills want in most cases to improve the lot of mankind. But, well intentioned as they may be, they fail for four evident reasons – first, they see the problem from the point of view of their own business; second, they see the problem from the point of view of their own locality or region; third, they cannot act unanimously because they have no machinery for agreeing among themselves; and, finally, they have no power to bind the inevitable minority of chiselers within their own ranks.

Though we may go far in admitting the innate decency of this small minority, the whole story of our Nation proves that social progress has too often been fought by them. In actual practice it has been effectively advanced only by the passage of laws by state legislatures or the National Congress.

Today, you and I are pledged to take further steps to reduce the lag in the purchasing power of industrial workers and to strengthen and stabilize the markets for the farmers’ products. The two go hand in hand. Each depends for its effectiveness upon the other. Both working simultaneously will open new outlets for productive capital. Our Nation so richly endowed with natural resources and with a capable and industrious population should be able to devise ways and means of insuring to all our able-bodied working men and women a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work. A self-supporting and self-respecting democracy can plead no justification for the existence of child labor, no economic reason for chiseling workers’ wages or stretching workers’ hours.

As we move resolutely to extend the frontiers of social progress, we must be guided by practical reason and not by barren formulae. We must ever bear in mind that our objective is to improve and not to impair the standard of living of those who are now undernourished, poorly clad and ill-housed.

it should also be possible to put some floor below which the wage ought not to fall. There should be no difficulty in ruling out the products of the labor of children from any fair market.

Our problem is to work out in practice those labor standards which will permit the maximum but prudent employment of our human resources to bring within the reach of the average man and woman a maximum of goods and of services conducive to the fulfillment of the promise of American life.

Message to Congress on Establishing Minimum Wages and Maximum Hours

goldielocks

Posted by Maddog @ 14:31 on September 18, 2020  

Re Fox…When old man Murdoch was in clear control, it was a normal right wing operation, just like he was. Indeed the left criticised it, because he did exert huge control on all his Media co’s…it was his way or the highway….He made all his money himself, they were just an OK middle class family of newspaper people, his dad was the editor of a major paper, so Media is in his blood….but as I say he made all the serious money..

But over recent years he has let his Kids come in and take more and more control and they are pretty much all spoilt rich liberals, not as bad as the NYT crowd, but part of that globalised Davos crowd….What yr seeing at Fox is the dieing of the Old Mans people and the slow take over by the kids.

50 day Avs

Posted by Maddog @ 14:10 on September 18, 2020  

Already gone in Dog, but S&P took it’s out today @ 3342 and Dow is close….Gold has been tracking it;s higher recently, is @ 1933.60 today.

Euro has bounced off its at 1.1744.

So we could have some major short term trend changes, if all those 50 day av;s go.

Treefrog and Buygold

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:49 on September 18, 2020  

I got this message on YouTube about Fox, people are talking about it but could not reply video was gone. They’re after Florida too. Somethings got to be done about the Censorship. Tucker last night Soros was mentioned again about funding progressives and Tucker concurred and and I though shock. Maybe put limits on their donations but they’d probably get around it by donating to groups like BLM that then donate. Something going on alright. They’re after our country and sovereignty.

He said:
Clearly something else is going on because it is easily verifiable that Soros dumped money in key states for key political appointments. It was reported without the bat of an eye that Michael Bloomberg is dumping 100 million in Florida for Biden. So, my honest opinion as of now is that Fox is run by neo-cons who are really “never Trumpers.” They want forever wars and strut out the American flag to support those failing ideas. Glenn Beck reported today that Fox execs wanted him to stop talking about “God and Soros” as well. So, even at Fox, journalism is pretty much dead. That is how Juan Williams can stay employed.

Yep

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:41 on September 18, 2020  

Support For BLM Falls Further; Americans See “Protests” As Riots, Believe There Is A War On Police

Authored by Steve Watson via Summit News,

A series of new polls reveals that the majority of Americans believe there is a war being waged against police officers, and that support for the ‘black lives matter’ movement has dropped even further, with many more now seeing little distinction between the movement’s ‘protests’ and violent riots.

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/support-blm-falls-further-americans-see-protests-riots-believe-there-war-police

Hey precious metals shares … can’t you see gold has taken off to the upside!

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:35 on September 18, 2020  

Regarding Gold and Silver Miners? And This Choppy Lateral Boring Action Since July?

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:28 on September 18, 2020  

I’ve been thinking about all those boring flat stable $1300 Gold years 2016 to 2019 and wondering it going to happen again? It was so stable, it was like a gold pegged dollar fixed price. Are we now going to have three years of a boring $1900 Gold price? So yesterday I opened up the “Diversified Metals Sector. I see big gains there. Take a look at…..

TECK, LAC,  PLL, HBM, IVPAF, CTNXF, AAU.

Many years ago I did good with TECK, it used to be TCK if I remember right, and I forgot all about it. Some are battery related lithium.

On This Day In 1850, Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Act, which created a force of federal commissioners charged with returning escaped slaves to their owners.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:00 on September 18, 2020  

I just saw this in todays paper. So now I’m wondering why only the southern states and their battle flag and soldiers have been bashed in the media.  Where is the fair and unbiased reporting? The Media needs to report it all or nothing. And stop picking and choosing how they cause trouble.

MetalsGuy @ 11:25, that one was great from another perspective.

Posted by silverngold @ 12:51 on September 18, 2020  

Del Bigtree is doing a good job exposing this Covid-19 lie, so this is a great addition to his arsenal having these two renowned scientists on his show discussing their new best selling book, CORONA FALSE ALARM,  to help people begin to understand the truth.

The truth is right there staring everyone in the face if they will just open their eyes…. but….. “none are so blind as those who will not see!”

Many thanks from Silverngold!

judging from the signs,

Posted by treefrog @ 12:32 on September 18, 2020  

biden is in third place around here, behind trump, and “yard sale.”

yo’ mamma…

Posted by treefrog @ 12:17 on September 18, 2020  

Clear and concise COVID assessment by 2 German medical specialists

Posted by MetalsGuy @ 11:25 on September 18, 2020  

Well worth the time to watch:

Prof. Sucharit Bhakdi MD and Dr. Karina Reiss PhD

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