Gold at All-Time Highs in 73 Countries – Bill Murphy

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release)  Bill Murphy, Chairman of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA), says the market manipulators and price suppressers of gold and silver are fighting a losing battle. Murphy explains, “The open interest on silver is at all-time high levels even though the price is barely $17 per ounce. That … Read moreGold at All-Time Highs in 73 Countries – Bill Murphy

DFA Submission On The Cash Ban Bill

I have today submitted my comments to Treasury on their proposed bill, as we discussed in our recent post. I sent it to blackeconomy@treasury.gov.au My overriding concern is that Parliamentarians will only consider the narrow tax efficiency aspect of the Bill and vote it through without grasping the true intent and consequences. Civil liberties are … Read moreDFA Submission On The Cash Ban Bill

Charlottesville After Two Years: An Alt-History of What Should Have Happened, by Charlotteville Survivor

See earlier, by Charlottesville Survivor:THE SYSTEM REPUDIATED: City’s Own Report Confirms Charlottesville Police, Politicians Conspired To Suppress Unite The Right Rally America is in the midst of another Ruling Class-orchestrated Moral Panicafter El Paso, this time aimed at suppressing all debate on immigration, two years after the Democrat mugging of the August 11-12 2017 Unite… … Read moreCharlottesville After Two Years: An Alt-History of What Should Have Happened, by Charlotteville Survivor

China’s BRI Could Save Destroyed Southeast Asia, by Andre Vltchek

Most of the people in the West or in North Asia usually never think about it, but Southeast Asia is one of the most depressed and depressing parts of the world. It has been through genocides, wars and atrocious military regimes. Then, those monstrous income disparities. According to The Bangkok Post, in 2018, “the 10%… … Read moreChina’s BRI Could Save Destroyed Southeast Asia, by Andre Vltchek

The Conflict in Kashmir, by Israel Shamir

Daring Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, has killed a sacred cow, called Article 370 of the Constitution, enshrining the autonomy of Kashmir. The consequences could be dire, including the fourth India-Pakistan war, but not necessarily so. It could also be a successful scheme. Apparently, Narendra Modi had been encouraged by his success in… … Read moreThe Conflict in Kashmir, by Israel Shamir

(What’s Left of) Our Economy: Decoupling is Still the Biggest – & Still Growing – U.S.-China Trade War Story

Amazing as it sounds given the rush of developments and headlines over the last week, one big U.S.-China trade-related story remains largely overlooked, even though it keeps getting more and more important: Mainly because of President Trump’s tariffs and retaliatory duties from Beijing, the American and Chinese economies not only continue decoupling from each other. … Read more(What’s Left of) Our Economy: Decoupling is Still the Biggest – & Still Growing – U.S.-China Trade War Story

Putting Uber/Lyft Earnings Announcements in Perspective

Recently, Uber and Lyft announced their second quarter earnings results, and the results were interesting to say the least. Who is up and who is down, and what does this mean for drivers? Senior RSG contributor John Ince breaks down all the news for us below. Uber and Lyft’s earnings announcements were keenly awaited this week by … Read morePutting Uber/Lyft Earnings Announcements in Perspective

Will 2020 Be a Repeat of 2004 for Democrats?

Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Democrats by 2004 had become obsessed with defeating incumbent President George W. Bush. Four years earlier, in the 2000 election, Bush had won the Electoral College but lost the popular vote. Democrats were still furious that Bush supposedly had been “selected” by the Supreme … Read more → Please … Read moreWill 2020 Be a Repeat of 2004 for Democrats?

Jeffrey Epstein Dead By “Suicide”

I sat down this morning to write one Jeffery Epstein post and instead have to write another, since he’s apparently dead by “suicide” in a New York City jail cell. This came right after another batch of big names alleged to have participated in Jeffrey Epstein’s underage sex ring were revealed: A woman who has … Read moreJeffrey Epstein Dead By “Suicide”

Riding The Seesaw – The Property Imperative Weekly 10th August 2019

The latest edition of our weekly finance and property news digest with a distinctively Australian flavour. Contents USA: 2:10 Goldman Sachs: 6:09 Europe: 8:16 Deutsche Bank: 9:30 China: 12:20 RBA SMP: 14:30 Business and Household Sentiment: 20:30 Property Market: 21:25 Local Markets: 27:20 CBA: 27:48 Suncorp: 29:05 AMP: 29:40 Conclusion: 30:55 August 2019 Live Q&A: … Read moreRiding The Seesaw – The Property Imperative Weekly 10th August 2019

SpiceJet pilots suspended for overshooting runway

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Saturday suspended the flying licenses of the pilots operating SpiceJet Coimbatore-Mumbai flight on July 2 which overshot the runway on landing at the destination. The regulator’s probe into this incident has found that this flight had “floated for long time (over the runway) before touching down about … Read moreSpiceJet pilots suspended for overshooting runway

Uber posts $5.2 bn loss, slowest ever growth rate

Uber set two dubious quarterly records on Thursday as it reported its results — its largest-ever loss, exceeding $5 billion, and its slowest-ever revenue growth. Uber has been dogged by concerns about sluggish sales and whether it can make money, worries that were compounded by a disappointing IPO in May. For the second quarter, Uber … Read moreUber posts $5.2 bn loss, slowest ever growth rate

Fed Up With Immigration Backlog, Lawyers Head to the Courts

An immigration services official stamps U.S. citizenship applications at a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office. Litigation seen as only choice in wake of lengthy delays Agency says it’s using office realignment, hiring to clear backlog Attorneys are turning to the courts to unclog a massive immigration application backlog that’s resulted in processing delays lasting up to … Read moreFed Up With Immigration Backlog, Lawyers Head to the Courts

USCIS EB-5 Engagement 9/9

From: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services <uscis@public.govdelivery.com> Sent: August 9, 2019 10:58 AM Subject: USCIS: UPDATED – EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program: Listening Session, Monday, September 9, 2019 Dear Stakeholder, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) invites you to participate in a public listening session on Monday, September 9, 2019, from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern to discuss the Immigrant Investor Program, … Read moreUSCIS EB-5 Engagement 9/9