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Will the Election Affect Gold & Silver Prices?

(Kitco News) - Comex gold prices ended the U.S. day session sharply higher and nearer the daily high Tuesday, and pushed well above the key $1,700.00 level, on strong short covering and bargain-hunting buying interest. One big uncertainty that has been overhanging the market place for months will very likely be resolved in the next 24 hours: Who will be the next U.S. president. The stock and commodity marke ...

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Treasury: ‘Extraordinary Measures’ Needed as Debt Limit Nears

(CNSNews.com) - The U.S. Treasury quietly warned at the end ofa statement issued last Wednesday that it expects the federal government to hit its legal debt limit before the end of this year--which means before the new Congress is seated--and that "extraordinary measures" will be needed before then to keep the government fully funded into the early part of 2013. On Aug. 2, 2011, President Obama signed a dea ...

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Obama’s best friend at Goldman Sachs

  The President may have lost many of his supporters at Goldman, but the bank's chief economist, Jan Hatzius, has advocated his economic policies. FORTUNE -- When we learned that employees of Goldman Sachs, a group that overwhelmingly supported Barack Obama in 2008, shifted their allegiances to Mitt Romney this election, many saw it as a sign that the President had alienated the investment bank. But wh ...

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RON PAUL: The Economics of Disaster

Hurricane Sandy was one of the worst natural disasters the east coast has ever seen. Clean-up and recovery will take months, if not years and estimates run in the tens of billions of dollars. Parts of New York and New Jersey will never be the same. Entire seashore communities have been wiped out, but the determination to rebuild has been lauded as courageous and admirable. Yet as with all natural disasters, ...

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United States Presidents and The Illuminati / Masonic Power Structure

I have always seen list's of famous Masons. To just look at the name means very little. When you date and place those names in the proper time line and placement of power you begin to see the deception and vastness of this power elite. What will shock you even more is to learn who the powers are behind the Freemasons. Notice the death's of non Masonic presidents or those who lost favor, and the shuffling of ...

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4 Yrs at Private College = $130,468; Median-Priced Existing Home = $173,100; U.S. Debt Per American Under 18 = $218,676

(CNSNews.com) - If Americans under the age of 18 were required as a group to pay off the entirety of the federal government’s debt in equal shares, each would now need to pay about $218,676. That is more than the $130,468 average price tag for four years at a private college or the $173,100 median price for an existing one-family home in the United States. During the time Barack Obama has been president, th ...

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GENERATION DEBT: Every American Under 18 Now Owes $218,676

(CNSNews.com) - If Americans under the age of 18 were required as a group to pay off the entirety of the federal government’s debt in equal shares, each would now need to pay about $218,676. That is more than the $130,468 average price tag for four years at a private college or the $173,100 median price for an existing one-family home in the United States. During the time Barack Obama has been president, th ...

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Fresh from Libor Scandal, Barclays May Have to Pay Millions in California Energy Market Rigging

The clock is running on Barclays for the bank to show U.S. regulators that it shouldn’t be fined a record $470 million for manipulation of California’s electricity markets. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) accused Barclays of making trades in the energy market that it purposely lost money on in order to make huge profits on investments in a related derivatives swaps market. Four traders for t ...

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Israel says it may attack Syria

PHOTO: IDF SPOKESMAN UNIT A day after three Syrian tanks entered the demilitarized zone on the Golan Heights to attack Syrian rebels, IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz visited the border region on Sunday, and warned army forces that "the Syrian affair could turn into our affair." Gantz instructed the IDF to be on alert in the area, and to prevent any spillover of the Syrian conflict into Israeli terri ...

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Rockefeller, Morgan, and War

During the 1930s, the Rockefellers pushed hard for war against Japan, which they saw as competing with them vigorously for oil and rubber resources in Southeast Asia and as endangering the Rockefellers' cherished dreams of a mass "China market" for petroleum products. On the other hand, the Rockefellers took a noninterventionist position in Europe, where they had close financial ties with German firms such ...

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Is a Central Bank Gold Run at Hand?

Charles Goyette: On learning that French gold was being held by the U.S. Federal Reserve, French President Charles de Gaulle is reported to have said, “I could hardly sleep easily with such an arrangement.” So in 1965 he ordered French navy ships to cross the Atlantic to pick up $150 million in gold held in the Fed’s New Yorkvaults and deliver it to the Banque de France in Paris. It was a prudent move by de ...

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Big American Banks Particularly Enjoy Ripping off Active Duty U.S. Soldiers

The following article from the Houston Press titled “Country Club Sopranos” is the most comprehensive rundown I have seen of all the various frauds committed by large banks since we bailed them out.  What I find particularly infuriating is that the banks seem to really like ripping off members of the armed forces.  Veterans pay close attention.  The biggest threat to America does not reside outside our bord ...

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