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Friday, August 24, 2007

Big Finale Tonight...

Host: David Lowe, the author of Earthquake Resurrection

, Guest: Kim Olsen---
Should be an outstanding hour!

Don't miss it! 7pm PST/10pm EST tonight...

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Chopper's always gassed and ready...

News of Interest for August 23rd...

Well, the markets seem relatively quiet now that the Fed has been spoon feeding them. With most of the ARM resets before us, do you think it's not beyond the realm of reason to expect a flood of liquidity ahead of us?

You bet your bottom dollar.

American Home Foreclosures Leap 93% in a Year
Over 8.5m Will Be Denied Credit as Level of Debt Soars
Stocks struggle on credit woes
Bank borrowing from the Fed surges
Subprime may be hitting credit cards, too
Countrywide CEO sees recession ahead If only he'd seen a housing bubble ahead!
Ron Paul wins Washington State straw poll I know these mean little to the final tally but there is hope...

Friday, August 17, 2007

The Big Finale...TONIGHT!!!

My guest tonight is Doug Tjaden and we will be having an up to the minute discussion on the economy. It should be great!

Doug's website is

Show starts at 7pm PST at

"See" YOU there!!!


Thursday, August 16, 2007

Buying Opportunity of a Lifetime...

Time to Buy Gold Stocks

A lot of talk about the Yen Carry Trade today...

I found this interesting write up from March of this year:

I've always believed that if the BoJ were to bring interest rates back up to normal, growth would continue at its pace as well as a sharp increase in inflation, what with something like $1 trillion in the carry potential repatriating. That should solve a lot of the world's liquidity problems as well. That would mean further interest rates would not necessarily be needed from the Bank of England, Reserve Bank of Australia, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Bank of Canada, European Central Bank and of course our own Federal Reserve. All that money in our system slowly moving back to Japan would do the dirty work for the world's central bankers.

So, is this a central bank orchestrated event? That would make sense as this would free up some money (in addition to another $17 billion being pumped into American banks).

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

News of Interest for August 15th....

Only 8 more months until our taxes are due!

Bank Runs
Stock Market Brushfire; Will There Be a Run on the Banks?
If Americans Stop Shopping, Then Panic
Homebuilders' confidence at 16-year low -maybe they could use some Tony Robbins' positive thinking tapes :-) By the way, is that guy still around and what happened to Carlton Sheets, the real estate infomercial guru- has he survived the meltdown??
Berkeley Analysis Confirms FMNN Report of Big Iowa Win for Ron Paul
High-risk spending – Ron Paul = Is it possible to be too smart to be electable?
The mortgage crunch bites even the rich Less tea and crumpets for the snooty crowd
All signs point to housing glut
Millionaire hopefuls' cash gone with breeze Whatever happened to that Casey Serin guy? Ah, fame is fleeting.
The Fed Bought What?

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

News of Interest for August 14th...

The Fed decided not to pump liquidity into the markets today. What happened? At present, the Dow sank over 100 points. A very slippery slope, indeed.

My 401(K) has a cash position that seemingly looks like a good place to park money while the US Stock market practices kamikaze moves. What's wrong with that? Well, when you dig deeper, much of the "CASH" are mortgage-backed securities. It really makes you wonder what all will be devastated when this thing finally hits the last barricade and leaps over the cliff.... If you have a cash position in your 401 (K), you might be better served just putting your money in the international fund (especially if your company does not offer inflation protection).

California cities fill foreclosure list "We built this city on massive debt..."
Wholesale inflation jumps in July The worst of all worlds, our housing 'investments' are going down while everything else goes up.
Housing woes hammer Home Depot, Wal-Mart
Mattel recalls over 9M more toys Santa, have you been poisoning my kids?
What Does "Fed Pumps $68 Billion into Banking System" Actually Mean?

Monday, August 13, 2007

News of Interest for August 13th...

Credit Problems are Too Big for the Feds to Fix - but they'll try with newly printed, they added another $2B into the markets and the Dow still finished down slightly. Imagine what would happen to the Dow if they weren't tinkering. Now, imagine what is happening to your currency with their tinkering. Yikes!
Asia and the Vicious Cycle of Bank Bailouts
Kindling for the Real Estate Inferno
Financial System in Jeopardy! - maybe Greg Kihn can resurrect his 80's career with a new financially based song, "Our Money's in Jeopardy"
A wicked credit crunch
Storm clouds for builders – San Francisco Chronicle
Ron Paul: Nearly 10% in Iowa straw poll
What You Didn't Know: Government Agencies, Federations Quietly Developing Technology For Prophetic 'Global ID System', Not Just National ID

World's First RFID Smart Retail System Launched
SCHMIDT RFID, a leading RFID solution provider has launched the world’s first Smart Retail System (SRS) which uses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology and sophisticated software. The system offers customers a unique and innovative shopping experience.

I seem to remember these headlines being written in a book over two thousand years ago:

REVELATION 13:16 "And he causeth all ... to receive a mark in their right hand or foreheads, that no man might buy or sell save he that had the mark"

Saturday, August 11, 2007

Straw Poll Results...Style over SUBSTANCE (AND does McCain have an EXIT strategy?)...

Iowa Straw Poll Results

Mitt Romney4,516 / 31.5%

Mike Huckabee2,587 / 18.1%

Sam Brownback2,192 / 15.3%

Tom Tancredo1,961 / 13.7%

Ron Paul1,305 / 9.1%

Tommy Thompson1,039 / 7.3%

Fred Thompson203 / 1.4%

Rudy Giuliani183 / 1.3%

Duncan Hunter174 / 1.2%

John McCain101 / 1.0%

John Cox41 / .1%

14,302 Total Votes
26,000 Total Tickets Sold

Source: Cyclone Conservatives

Coming Soon To A Country Near You...


>>Starting this month in a port neighborhood and then spreading across Shenzhen, a city of 12.4 million people, residency cards fitted with powerful computer chips programmed by the same company will be issued to most citizens.<<

Who says the countries of the world aren't working together? This is exactly the NATIONAL ID card proposed for May 2008 in the USA.

To quote my ancestors: LIVE FREE OR DIE.

Thursday, August 09, 2007

News of Interest for August 9th...

Sorry I'm posting this news so late...Very busy day for me!

Wow, the Dow really took a tumble today and I wouldn't be surprised if there are more days like this to follow. HIGH volatility right now. It's better to hold cash until you can recognize a bottom and then, by all means, dive into stocks that will do good under an inflationary scenario- because the Fed is juicing the monetary supply. They doubled output this week (and several other countries did also, which proves when this thing gets out of hand, commodities will be a better bet than foreign fiat currencies)...

I also thought this was pretty cool: WWE Wrestler Kane Supports Ron Paul (Sooo, he's actually a GOOD GUY)... When I was a promoter, I mostly met 80's wrestling stars, not the current ones (although I did meet the Rock- nice guy)... but Kane seems pretty sharp, all of a sudden.

Chinese Prosperity Will Set Off Global Food Inflation

Terrorists Teaming With Drug Cartels

Asian shares tumble on Wall Street selloff

Ron Paul quietly converting GOP believers

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

My guest this Friday on the Big Finale...

Keith A. Robinson, author of the sensational new book, Logic's End: A Novel About The Origin Of Life In The Universe

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

News of Interest for August 7th...

My article:
The Federal Reserve: Destroyed From The Inside Out

My friend Lynn Marzulli, who recently appeared on Coast to Coast AM, and had an internet radio show that followed mine on Friday nights:
The Mothman Prophecies

Other stuff:
US Housing Crisis Deepens as American Home Mortgage and Other Lenders Face Defaults
U.S. Productivity Rose 1.8% Last Quarter; Labor Costs Up 2.1%
Blame Greenspan or, more appropriately, just blame the entire Central banking system!
Ron Paul delivers the best moment in the GOP debates

Monday, August 06, 2007

Thanks to Rev. Brian Kluth

Thanks to Brian Kluth for being an outstanding guest on Friday. I'll have the archive up early this week.

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