Video: Ron Paul – Gold is Money! The Dollar’s Value is Destined to Go Down

(Goldseek) – Ron Paul talks to Chris Waltzek on GoldSeek Radio. Topics of discussion include the Financial Reform Bill, competing currencies, the gold price, and 2012. Continue reading

Video: Ron Paul – “The Federal Reserve is There to Accommodate the Politicians”

(Bloomberg) – On Wednesday, Congressman Paul appeared on Bloomberg TV to discuss the Fed’s role in creating the financial crisis, how it has destroyed our economy, and the alternative presented by a free market. Continue reading

Ten Big Companies That Are Veering Toward Bankruptcy

From The Business Insider, Sept. 18, 2009:

Despite a few green shoots in the economy and a rocketing stock market, many large companies are still struggling to avoid bankruptcy. Continue reading

Have Physicists Cracked the Stock Market?

(WashingtonsBlog) – New Scientist is reporting that physicists have largely figured out how to predict the end of bull markets: Continue reading

The Expiring Economy – Paul Craig Roberts

Tent cities springing up all over America are filling with the homeless unemployed from the worst economy since the 1930s. While Americans live in tents, the Obama government has embarked on a $1 billion crash program to build a mega-embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, to rival the one the Bush government build in Baghdad, Iraq. Continue reading

Ignorance in America

Ignorance is pervasive in America; it affects the rich as well as the poor, the powerful and the powerless, the famous as well as the obscure. It’s prevalent in the suites of our nation’s CEOs, the Congress, the military, and even our universities. It defines this nation. Continue reading

The Almighty Renminbi? – Nouriel Roubini

The 19th century was dominated by the British Empire, the 20th century by the United States. We may now be entering the Asian century, dominated by a rising China and its currency. Continue reading

MSM: Almost a Quarter of U.S. Homeowners Are Underwater

(Bloomberg) – A growing number of U.S. homeowners owe more than their properties are worth after prices extended their two-year decline in the first quarter, Zillow.com said. Continue reading