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Alan Keyes "Obama is a Radical Communist!"
This is interesting to say the least. Was President Obama born in the U.S.A. or not? Why is there no proof that he was born here just to close this argument? Just show the document and the question is negated.
Jim Rogers on dutch TV pt 2/2 Feb 12 2009
Gerald Celente on the Financial Sense Newshour - 2/7/09 pt1/2
Gerald Celente on the Financial Sense Newshour - 2/7/09 pt 2/2
Ron Paul on C-Span 1-29-2009
Peter Schiff on Kudlow CNBC | 2-11-2009
Dr. Ron Paul on the Senate Stimulus Compromise
Jim Rogers : We Don't Have a Plan 11 Feb 2009
Peter Schiff was right!
Jim Rogers: THE FINANCIAL MELTDOWN IS GOING TO GET WORSE YET
2009 will be the year of Total decline for US Jim Rogers
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India said to question dollar's international status
A senior official in the Indian government has joined the growing chorus questioning the U.S. dollar's unofficial position as global reserve currency, according a report published Saturday.
“Vice President Joe Biden said in a broadcast interview Sunday that administration officials "misread how bad the economy was," when the stimulus package was being put together at the beginning of the year.”
FX Concepts Inc., the world’s largest currency hedge fund, says it lost 5.4 percent in this year’s first five months. John W. Henry & Co.’s foreign-exchange fund told investors it lost 2 percent, after 2008’s 76 percent gain, the best since its 1986 launching.
Treasury’s Distressed Debt Plan Said to Begin With $20 Billion
The U.S. Treasury Department may begin its program to spur purchases of mortgage-backed securities from banks with about $20 billion in public and private money, down from as much as $100 billion when it was announced in March, two people familiar with the matter said.
Russia, India Question Dollar Reliance Before Summit
Russia and India said the world economy is too reliant on the U.S. dollar and called for changes in how $6.5 trillion in currency reserves are managed, as Group of Eight leaders prepare to meet this week.
Silver investors over the last seven years have been on a rollercoaster ride as silver has bucked like a bronco to move between various price extremes with a rapidity not often seen in other asset classes.