June 29, 2012
When you’re a professional gardener, you don’t just throw expensive plants into the ground, you prepare the soil.
If I’ve been observing soil-preparation in the field of social and political engineering, that doesn’t make me a conspiracy advocate; it merely means I’ve been watching professionals at work.
For a long time.
These pros have been stimulating and creating trends that dovetail with Obamacare and will carry this law into the [...]
Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom and Doom report, spoke to Bloomberg Television’s Sara Eisen and Erik Schatzker and said that investors have created a “bubble” in the “highest-quality” government bonds and should move to equities.
Faber said, “People feel so insecure that they say, ‘I’d rather be in a Treasury in America with almost no yield or in Germany with negative yield and get my money back.’ But it [...]
The only thing that is as consistent as Marc Faber’s message to get out of government bonds ahead of a bout of global hyperinflation which will arrive once the vicious cycle of printing to pay interest finally dawns (which in turn would happen once central planners lose control of an artificially created situation, which by definition, always eventually happens), is the passion with which he repeats it over… and over… [...]
Written By Jennifer Booton
Published December 23, 2011
(Foxbusiness) Theft in retail stores was up to its highest level in four years in 2011, and it seems shoplifters picked up the pace in the weeks leading up to Christmas.
Shoplifting, employee or supplier fraud and organized retail crime cost the U.S. retail industry $119 billion in 2011, or 1.45% of sales. That rate is 6.6% higher than the previous year, and represents the highest percentage [...]