[MarketWatch] Talk of further declines for gold intensified Monday as analysts pointed out that moving price averages hit a so-called “death cross” last week.
The 50-day moving average for gold GCQ4 -0.19% has now crossed below the slower-moving 200-day average, creating a “death cross,” said Fawad Razaqzada, technical analyst at Forex.com, in a note Monday.
“Call it fate. Call it luck. Call it kharma. I believe that everything happens for a reason.” – Peter Venkman (Bill Murray), Ghostbusters, 1984
A corollary consideration is who are you really hiding your guns from: Kids? Thieves? Jackboots?
Be it from prying eyes, fingers or leaders, hiding your weapons is an integral part of safely owning firearms, and never more than when it comes to your handguns. Tips and tricks for keeping pistols undercover and accessible in the home has been a deep and long running theme in our comment box, and though we’d never endorse rashness, here’s the dirty to keeping your handguns out of sight (but never out of mind).
KrisAnne Hall just released a new book on Amazon called "In Defense of Liberty"
Today is the last day to get this book for free!
The way the Amazon Kindle book title ranking game is played in large part is based on the number of downloads, ratings and reviews a book gets.
So, as a liberty loving patriot if you want to help get the message of liberty exposed to the enormous universe of Amazon Kindle book buyers all you have to do is take 10 seconds to go to the Amazon link and download it.
By Jerin Mathew - IB Times
Popular digital currency bitcoin is expected to overtake e-commerce giant eBay's payment processor PayPal in terms of US dollar transactions in the near future.
California-based hedge fund Laureate Trust says that bitcoin is fast establishing itself as the currency to use globally and instantly to make purchases or payments over the internet recording nearly $300m (£178m, €220m) daily in transactions.
"Whenever you have an instrument that trades over 300 million US dollars a day, it must be recognized," Peter Tasca, CEO of Laureate Trust, said in a statement.
No good deed goes unpunished. - May 30, 2014, via Buzzfeed:
#2. Man Donates Money, Gets Thrown in a Mental Hospital
Richard Wright became a local folk hero after he gave out silver coins and CA $50 and $100 bills to dozens of strangers in Nova Scotia. But after driving back home one night in March, police stopped him for a “wellness check.” Against his will, Wright was then taken to a mental hospital. Oddly enough, police had pulled over Wright two days before for his “suspicious” generosity, but let him go.
China’s is exploring direct purchases of bonds to support its slowing economy according to a leading Chinese business publication.
We discuss the 2014 Bilderberg Group meeting in Denmark.
I'm sure most of you have seen this hilarious satire on gun control by now. If you haven't here it is followed by the response of a moron who thought it was real.
S&P Companies are the Largest Purchasers of S&P Shares
Few American commentators have cut more clearly through the deepening deceit, hypocrisy and outright criminality that has infested official Washington since 9/11 than Paul Craig Roberts. His scathing critique sheds much-needed light on the country's impending nightmare-economic collapse, internal repression, ongoing wars, and rising rejection by friends and foes alike. America's fate was sealed when the public and the anti-war movement bought the government's 9/11 conspiracy theory. This defining event of our time, which has launched the US on interminable wars of aggression and a domestic police state, is a taboo topic for investigation in the media. Trillion dollar wars have created financing problems for Washington's deficits,threatening the dollar's role as world reserve currency, and putting Social Security and Medicare on the chopping block.
We had a successful and friendly open carry Sunday brunch at the Court Diner in Media, PA. The event was lead by Mark Fiorino whose arrest by Philadelphia Police sparked outrage. Below is my interview with him. We talked about open carry both here and in Texas where it has generated much controversy.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has revealed a proposal for mass use of Dow Chemical’s herbicide 2,4-D on the company’s genetically-engineered corn and soybeans. The GE crops were developed to withstand several herbicides, including 2,4-D.
Dow would be allowed to sell the herbicide if the EPA approves it following a 30-day public comment period.
Ron Paul's Institute For Peace & Prosperity - 5/31/14: US House Votes to Respect States’ Medical Marijuana and Hemp LegalizationSubmitted by emalvini on Sun, 06/01/2014 - 17:03
Ron Paul's Institute For Peace & Prosperity - 5/31/14: US House Votes to Respect States’ Medical Marijuana and Hemp Legalization
Written by Adam Dick
Saturday May 31, 2014
An appropriations bill passed Friday in the United States House of Representatives and on its way to the US Senate contains provisions calling for the United States government to stop treading on states’ efforts to legalize medical marijuana and industrial hemp.
Though this isn't exactly something new and been talked about before, but I wanted to share this with everyone here.