WEST CHESTER, Pa. — Little-known presidential candidate Gary Johnson gave an answer that would create a media firestorm if delivered by Barack Obama or Mitt Romney: the United States should get out of the Middle East.
Johnson, a Libertarian who is on 47 state ballots and fighting petition challenges in the other three, including Pennsylvania, suggested that the U.S. presence in the Middle East is abetting unrest in the region.
In one of the most bullish gold calls since the Federal Reserve announced a new round of easing last week, one strategist sees a 36 percent jump in the metal's price to $2,400 an ounce, by the end of 2014.
Late Monday night a federal judge in New York, Raymond Lohier, granted the Obama administration an “emergency” stay that temporarily blocks a ruling by U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest last week blocking the NDAA.
I'm in a debate with my friend. I want to say it's because of the FED but I need more substance.
Does anyone else have any indicators why the Dow Jones is the highest its been since 2008?
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Parts II, III and IV below:
A cool tool to wake people up.
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Judge Napolitano Takes On The Fed on Fox and Friends: ‘Not Federal, Not A Reserve,’ And Designed To ‘Make Pres. Look Good’Submitted by JosiahWampfler on Tue, 09/18/2012 - 09:47
What the hell is going on? The Judge is on Fox and Friends of all places talking about none other than the federal reserve! They let him say everything he believes about the bank and the hosts sat there and agreed with him! I believe we are having a MAJOR influence on this country that we are just starting to see. Many of the more "neo-con" pundits and figures have been seemingly rethinking our strategy in the middle east due to the recent protests (i.e. Bill O'Reilly). Now we have the hosts of Fox and Friends agreeing with Judge Napolitano on the Federal Reserve! Steve Ducey even pointed out the fact that the dollar has lost much of its value since the creation of the bank. This makes me hopeful!
This is rich. The establishment (Yes GB you are part of it) has done everything they can to trash Paul supporters. They have lied, cheated and stolen votes. They have insulted us at every turn. They shafted us hard at the convention, in front of the whole country. Now Beck is acting like we are the screwed up ones?
Here is the radio link:
Clever and funny. I thought you guys would like it as much as I did.
If student loans are good debt, how do you account for the reaction of Christina Mills, 30, of Minneapolis, when she found out her payment on college and law school loans would be $1,400 a month? “I just went into the car and started sobbing,” says Mills, who works for a nonprofit. “It was more than my paycheck at the time.”
Medical student Thomas Smith, 25, of Hamilton, N.J., is $310,000 in debt and is struggling to make ends meet even before beginning to repay his loans. “I don’t even know what I eat,” he says. “I just go to the supermarket and buy the cheapest thing I can and buy as much of it as I can.”
Then there’s Michael DiPietro, 25, of Brooklyn, who accumulated about $100,000 in debt while getting a bachelor’s degree in fashion, sculpture, and performance, and spent the next two years waiting tables. He has since landed a fundraising job in the arts but still has no idea how he will pay back all that money. “I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s an obsolete idea that a college education is like your golden ticket,” DiPietro says. “It’s an idea that an older generation holds on to.”
Oh. My. God. After 8 years of Ron Paul and 11 years after September 11th, Bill O'Reilly FINALLY asks the question "So... Why do they hate us?" And what answer does he get? Verbatum... "I think they hate us cause we're there". And how does Bill O'Reilly respond? "I think there's something to that." WHAT THE !?!?!?!?!?!? This is how politicians radio and television personalities change their views on things and get away with it. don't get me wrong, I'm glad Billy seems to finally be coming around to our thinking, but I want a public apology on his show for how he treated Ron Paul for all those years!!! AARRRGGGG FOX NEWS!!!! You frustrate me to no end!
Unfortunately at the moment we have to go visit Bill's website, but if someone could get the youtube clip, would be better. It's the ironically titled "What the Heck just Happened" segment.... If ANYONE has a direct link to the video on youtube would be great. Unfortunatley this link below is not a direct link. You have to click on the right segment "What the Heck just Happened) It won't be long till they just take it down... My apologies.