Thursday, May 13, 2010 20:17
Market Armageddon: Dow To 5,000 Cornerstone Wealth Management CEO David Hefty agrees with a growing
number of other financial experts that a real estate collapse in China
before the end of the year will send shockwaves through the global economy,
leading to a stock market collapse which will send the Dow into free
fall below the 5,000 level.
Argued Against Second Amendment In Gun Case In addition to attacking the First Amendment,
Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court also argued against the
Second Amendment. In 1987 as a U.S. Supreme Court law clerk, Elena Kagan
said she was “not sympathetic” toward a man who contended
that his constitutional rights were violated when he was convicted for
carrying an unlicensed pistol, according to Bloomberg.
Icke on the 2010 British Elections David Icke discusses the reasons behind policies
of mass uncontrolled immigration in pursuit of ending the nation state,
with particular focus on the 2010 British election and the Cameron-Clegg
“coalition” which will only be used to advance both flanks
of the new world order agenda via a one-party state.
to unveil ‘crisis tax’ to cut deficit
José Sócrates, Portugal’s prime minister, will announce
tough new austerity measures on Thursday, including a “crisis
tax” on companies and wages, to accelerate cuts in the country’s
gaping budget deficit.
Could Explode To $3,000 As Confidence In Currencies Collapses
Financial analyst David Rosenberg says gold could explode to $3,000
an ounce as European investors dump the ailing euro in exchange for
the precious metal while JP Morgan states that bullion could face unlimited
demand as panic buying ensues on the back of crumbling confidence in
Gold, Now Europe Running Out Of Silver
Earlier we noted that the Austrian mint was on its way to depleting
its gold reserves following “panicked buying” from Europeans,
who now openly fear the demise of their currency.
finally sued over its illegal suppression of raw milk
Recently the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, a non-profit organization
devoted to protecting family farms and their customers from unconstitutional
government intrusion, has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Food and
Drug Administration over its unconstitutional ban on the interstate
sale of raw milk.
Film ‘Machete’ Produced With Taxpayer Funds Robert Rodriguez’ incendiary race
film ‘Machete‘ was made, in part, with help from tax
incentives and location access provided by the Texas Film Commission,
a division of Governor Rick Perry’s Office.
Brother Wants To Know How You Spend Your Money Big Brother wants to watch you more closely.
Especially how you spend your money. His latest snooping plan comes
from provisions in the banking bill being debated in the Senate.
The bill is being pushed by Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., chairman of
the Senate Banking Committee.
warns U.S. against unilateral Iran sanctions Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned
the United States and other Western nations on Thursday against
imposing unilateral sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program,
Interfax news agency reported.
and America Morally and Financially Bankrupt
Greece Bailed out, 19 more nations to go, Greeks not ready to submit
to austerity, Gold is the antithesis of Fiat money, fals hope for
jobs, Goldman Sachs under investigation, but they make money every