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Gold Bears Predicting the Price of Gold

Gold Bears Predicting the Price of Gold

Bears are by nature cautious and while caution can be an ally, it can also be fatal where bold action is required. It is understandable that investors who believe in paper money and paper-denominated assets do not understand gold. Gold, after all, is the natural refuge of disbelievers in the current ... … Read entire article »

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Free Bradley Manning!

Free Bradley Manning!

Bradley Manning spent his 23rd birthday on Friday completely isolated, just as he has every day for the last five months months in his cell at the Quantico Marine Base. Manning is the Army Private accused of leaking classified documents to Wikileaks. Since July, he has been held in cruel and ... … Read entire article »

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In Memoriam Zecharia Sitchin

Zecharia Sitchin (1922-2010) was an author famous for The Earth Chronicles series of books about the writings of the ancient Sumerians (circa 5,000 years ago) as he interpreted them. He was one of perhaps 200 people in the world, if that many, who could translate cuneiform, the symbolic language of ... … Read entire article »

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Betting in the Endgame

Betting in the Endgame

There is a difference between betting in the endgame and betting on the endgame. The former is a fool’s avocation whereas the latter is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The endgame of capitalism is a uniquely different environment where investors find themselves faced with increasingly dangerous options. In the endgame, ... … Read entire article »

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WikiLeaks are Dead – Long Live OpenLeaks!

WikiLeaks are Dead – Long Live OpenLeaks!

Former WikiLeaks supporters at odds with founder Julian Assange will shortly launch OpenLeaks, a rival project aiming to get secret documents directly to media, one of them said Friday. “I can confirm that we will be operating under the name ‘OpenLeaks’,” former Icelandic WikiLeaks member Herbert Snorrason told AFP. Unlike WikiLeaks, OpenLeaks ... … Read entire article »

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From WikiLeaks to Internet crackdown

From WikiLeaks to Internet crackdown

The Obama administration is using the WikiLeaks scandal to undertake a vicious attack on the free Internet. The US could begin to resemble other nations who crack down on the Internet and personal freedoms. Policies ranging from licensing for websites to massive government surveillance of mobile devices and all computer ... … Read entire article »

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