Thanks to Wikileaks, we now have smoking gun proof that the corrupt Democratic National Committee and the corrupt mockingbird mainstream media have been colluding to prop up Rothschild’s pick for U.S. President, ultra-corrupt Hillary “I really do belong in prison” Clinton. Never before have the crimes of the establishment been so clear for all to see, even some Liberal Democrats are finally waking up! If you care to really understand how deep the Clinton crime family corruption runs, be sure to watch CLINTON CASH – and then share it with others.
And against the backdrop of our crumbling banana Republic, the global economic Ponzi continues to deteriorate at an alarming pace. Jason Burack from WallStForMainSt.com is back to help us dissect all of the latest.
Gold and silver mining companies are enjoying a resurgence in 2016 as their stocks attract deep pocketed Wall Street money. The trend is clear, the best precious metal mining companies have the potential to compound the returns of the rising prices of gold and silver, by many multiples. Bryan Slesarchuk, the President of K92 Mining, Inc. returns to SGT report to provide a detailed update about the company which is now trading in the United States as KNTNF. K92’s mine and mill was purchased from Barrick Gold at the very low point in the mining stocks bear market – and now K92 will begin pulling PHYSICAL gold out of the ground in the next 30-45 days. Perhaps that’s why K92 stock has doubled in price since Bryan was last on SGT report on May 24th.
Claudio Grass, Global Gold: Ronald, it is a pleasure to have the opportunity to speak with you. We’ve known each other for a very long time, both on a personal and professional level. Because of our central banks, we find our economies today operating on artificial stimulus and negative interest rates. How would you summarize the consequences of this policy?
Mr. Stoeferle: I have always considered it impossible to create a “self-sustaining” economic expansion by means of the printing press. By so doing, central bankers only succeeded in suppressing symptoms, but the underlying structural problems that created the 2008 financial crisis in the first place, have only gotten worse.
The primary goal, namely to stimulate the economy, has not been achieved. Low interest rates have provided artificial life support for unproductive and highly indebted companies, as well as for states. According to Standard & Poor’s, budget deficits in the euro area would on average be 1-2% of GDP higher, if the average level of interest rates between 2001 – 2008 were applicable today. Under normal market conditions, stock prices rise as a result of a fundamental strength in the economy, but in today’s reality, the rally in asset prices has only deceived market participants about the fundamental weakness of the economy.
This summer, we have all witnessed the heavy hand of government intervening in the freedom of speech, as the behavior of the Secret Service at both the Republican convention in Cleveland and the Democratic convention in Philadelphia was troubling and unconstitutional.
Though the First Amendment was originally written only to restrain Congress (“Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech”), it is now uniformly interpreted to restrict all government in America from abridging the freedom of speech.
The reason this freedom is referred to as “the” freedom of speech is to reflect the belief of the Framers that the right to speak freely is pre-political. Stated differently, the freedom of speech is an integral aspect of our humanity. The government does not grant the freedom of speech; it is prohibited from interfering with it.
Most of us want to think of our homes and schools as safe places where families can pass time with minimal exposure to danger. Unfortunately, some residents and school students in Irvine, Kentucky, have suddenly found themselves in an environment more akin to Chernobyl than Appalachian Kentucky.
Denny and Vivian Smith live in the idyllic Estill County town situated near the Kentucky River on property that has belonged to their ancestors since the 1800s. Last August, the area was descended upon by a convoy of trucks that were transporting concentrated fracking waste from northern West Virginia to the Blue Ridge Landfill.
The trucks brought 400 tons of low-level radioactive waste to the facility, which is not permitted to accept this type of waste.
Lobbyists are being welcomed back into the fold of the Democratic Party as the Obama era draws to a close.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has accepted more than $9 million in bundled donations from registered lobbyists, while the DNC has rolled back the lobbyist bans that Obama put into place.
… The economy moves in cycles. Currently, the industrialized world and a large part of the Emerging markets are in a down cycle. Government interventions are failing to bring the economy back on a growth track, and the mid-term assessment is that the world will somehow continue to “muddle through” for another few quarters.
The recent Brexit vote has brought to light the widespread and growing public discontent with the establishment and presented real challenges and concerns over the future direction of the EU. Additionally, significant risks are arising from China, that could trigger another downturn for the world economy. These factors, combined with geopolitical tensions and systemic problems in Western economic structures, raise concerns that sometime within the next 3-4 quarters, and the years thereafter, we could see another major economic crisis beginning.
Senator Elizabeth Warren, during her speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Monday night, made the following statement:
“Here’s the thing: America isn’t going broke. The stock market is breaking records. Corporate profits are at all-time highs. CEOs make tens of millions of dollars. There’s lots of wealth in America, but it isn’t trickling down to hard-working families like yours.”
It is true that the stock market has been setting new record highs as measured by the Standard and Poor’s 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average but that’s primarily because corporations are going into deeper debt and using the money to buy back their own stock. This is happening at a time of a scary profits recession for corporate America.
It’s been over a week since the Turkish coup has taken place and still no one definitively knows what happened, who was behind it, and who was originally meant to benefit. It is rather obvious now that, since the coup did not succeed, Erdogan will find himself in a much safer position domestically than before it took place by virtue of the massive governmental and military purge that has taken place in its aftermath. Internationally, however, is another question.
Still, no one fully knows whether or not Erdogan was actually set to benefit from the coup to begin with. Was Erdogan behind the coup himself? Was Fethullah Gulen behind the coup? Were the nationalists behind the coup? Did Erdogan and the United States stage the coup together to allow for a crackdown and double-down on the nationalist faction? Was the coup actually the work of the United States attempting to overthrow Erdogan over his previous moves toward warming relations with Russia? All of these questions have been asked but none have yielded any definitive answer.
What is certain, however, is that Erdogan’s behavior in the weeks after the coup will tell us more about who was actually behind the coup.
The Russian government may soon release texts of emails hacked from Hillary Clinton’s private server during her time as secretary of state, a respected geopolitical affairs publication reported last month, citing Western intelligence sources.
The International Strategic Studies Association’s Defense and Foreign Affairsreported that according to the “reliable” sources, warnings to that effect had been received from Moscow.
“The release would, the messaging indicated, prove that Secretary Clinton had, in fact, laid open U.S. secrets to foreign interception by putting highly-classified government reports onto a private server in violation of U.S. law, and that, as suspected, the server had been targeted and hacked by foreign intelligence services,” the publication said.
Beginning a new semester or school year at high school or a university may be exciting, or it may be filled with stress, which is likely to increase as assessments pile up. Fortunately, there are natural remedies that can help with learning ability, and a new study shows that cinnamon may be one of them.
In this pre-clinical study, mice were first tested in mazes to separate the good learners from the poor learners. The good learners took an average of 60 seconds to find the food reward at the end of the maze, while the poor learners took an average of 150 seconds; two and a half times how long it took for the good learners.