Daily Archives: August 4, 2011


Double Dip Recession? More Like Depression Says Peter Schiff

Peter Schiff, the CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, isn’t one of those guests Nesto and I have to badger for opinions. Ask him a question and the long-time bear will tell you exactly what he thinks with vigor, even when he has an aching throat. Schiff thinks the U.S. is headed not just for a […]


Who’s to Blame for the Stock Market Meltdown? 1

I found this quite interesting showing the various perspective views to the same scenario,  I find it interesting having no mention of announcements out of the EU.Also, I have heard “jobs” mentioned constantly but no real plan to create them and revive the manufacturing sectors of this economy that we once depended on, prior to […]


Goldman: Stalling Jobs Market May Foreshadow Recession

Source: http://www.foxbusiness.com A deteriorating jobs market may set off a “vicious cycle” that drags the economy from sluggish expansion back into an outright recession, according to economists at Goldman Sachs. The government will report the numbers tomorrow, and the U.S. economy is forecast to have tacked on 57,000 jobs last month, helping the unemployment rate […]


Philadelphia Homeless Man Wins International Journalism Award

To me this is the feel good story of the day, just wanted to share Source: http://abcnews.go.com Jose Espinosa was in the financial services industry for almost 30 years. He dabbled in acting, sharing the screen with Glenn Close and Mariska Hargitay, and he is a tournament chess player. He attended Bronx Community College and […]


Seven startling things most people still don’t know about the national debt, banking and the money supply

Source: http://www.naturalnews.com Most people, even smart people, know surprisingly little about the way money really works in Big Government. With the debt ceiling fiasco suddenly raising awareness of the possibility of a total global financial blowout, now seems like a good time to remind people of seven disturbing facts about money that are almost never […]