Peter Schiff: The Great Reflation

May 31, 2013 in News

Peter Schiff | This week economists, investors and politicians were treated to some of the “best” home price data since the frothy days of 2006 when home loans were given out like cotton candy and condo flipping was a national pastime. The Case-Shiller 20 City Composite Home price index…

Paul Craig Roberts: Gangster State America

May 14, 2013 in News

Paul Craig Roberts | There are many signs of gangster state America. One is the collusion between federal authorities and banksters in a criminal conspiracy to rig the markets for gold and silver. My explanation that the sudden appearance of an unprecedented 400 ton short sale of gold…

As Confidence In Dollar Wanes, Over A Dozen States Push For Gold As Legal Tender

April 8, 2013 in News

Zero Hedge | In more than a dozen states, legislators are pushing for a movement back to a world where gold is considered money. As Bloomberg reports, lawmakers in Arizona are poised to follow Utah, which authorized bullion for currency in 2011.

Flying High on Borrowed Wings

April 4, 2013 in News

Peter Schiff | After selling off an astounding 56% between October of 2007 and March 2009, the S&P 500 has staged a rally for the ages, surging 120% and recovering all of its lost ground, too. This stunning turnaround certainly qualifies…

David Stockman: Ben Bernanke Is The Most Dangerous Man In US History (VIDEO)

April 3, 2013 in News

YouTube | David Stockman, Former Reagan Budget Director, on FOX Business: Ben Bernanke Is The Most Dangerous Man In US History

Texas Lawmakers Mulling Delivery of State’s Physical Gold Holdings from NY Fed

March 25, 2013 in News

Texas Tribune | The idea isn’t entirely new. Some Republican members worked on a gold bill last session that was never filed. And gold-standard-backing Ron Paul, the former Texas congressman, has raised repeated concerns about the safety of states’ gold supplies.

Cyprus Lifts the Curtain

March 21, 2013 in News

Peter Schiff | Troubles in Cyprus have encouraged many to boast about the comparative health of American banking institutions and the superior sanctity of our own depositor protections. Both of these strengths are illusory, and as a result, what happens in Cyprus will not necessarily stay in Cyprus.

Massive National Debt is Steering U.S. Economy into a Death-Spiral

February 25, 2013 in News | At what point does the size of a country’s national debt begin to weigh down the growth potential of its economy?

Calls For a Global Fed in IMF at G20 Summit Signal Death of the Dollar

February 21, 2013 in News

The New American | While headline stories about averting the dangers of an international “currency war” dominated news coverage of the recently concluded G20 meeting in Moscow, the real unreported story is that the global gathering of central bankers…

TARP Pay Czar Patricia Geoghegan Approved Executive Bonuses at Bailed-Out Ally, GM, AIG

January 31, 2013 in News

Huffington Post | Top executives at three major companies that received taxpayer-financed bailouts received excessively generous pay packages last year, in an apparent violation of Treasury guidelines aimed at restricting their compensation…