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Posted by puptent @ 23:51 on August 16, 2014  

is that you..where have you been and how are you…thought you went to the other side


Posted by ment17 @ 23:09 on August 16, 2014  

the governor can use his position to give him self executive power to pardon himself … With a wave of his oversized pen he can negate that grand jury in a New York (Texas)   second

governors  can excuse those convicted with bad law  , those in prizon… and a host of bad to good guys

think perry will serve a second in the slammer .. not in my opinion…. fat chance

Perry and corruption by unelected officials

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:26 on August 16, 2014  

By Armstrong

The indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry by a grand jury illustrates the corruption in obtaining an indictment. In Hurtado v. California, 110 U.S. 516 (1884), the Supreme Court held that an indictment was necessary rather than a prosecutor just making up charges and filing them on what is known as an “information”. Worse still, the Supreme Court has held, always protecting government, that a prosecutor can even KNOW the person is innocent and still indict them for he has NO DUTY WHATSOEVER to present evidence that show innocence to a grand jury. The Supreme Court reasoning is horrifying and it allows for corruption in the justice department to threaten anyone and destroy their lives including Governor Rick Perry. The worst of it is that you have no right to be heard in a Grand Just. The prosecutor has no duty to present direct evidence that you are innocent and can now freeze all your assets based upon this one-sided affair to prevent you from hiring counsel of choice. The Supreme Court in its pro-government posture has bluntly stated that it “has always been thought sufficient to hear only the prosecutor’s side,” United States v. Williams, 504 U. S. 36, 51 (1992).

This is simply outrageous. This indictment illustrates the total corruption in our legal system. Perry carried out a threat to veto funding for state prosecutors investigating public corruption, promising publicly to nix $7.5 million over two years for the public integrity unit unless District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg (who pled guilty to drunk driving) resigned. The prosecutors retaliated indicting him in an Austin grand jury on felony counts of abuse of official capacity which carries up to 99 years in imprisonment and coercion of a public servant that carries up to 10 years in prison.

This indictment demonstrates what I have been warning about. This is the unelected bureaucracy that has the power to indict anyone elected by the people to remove them whenever they do not do as the bureaucracy demands.

That Texas Judge

Posted by commish @ 22:02 on August 16, 2014  


Wanka, portugeezer

Posted by Buygold @ 19:33 on August 16, 2014  

That video is absolutely hilarious. If she were just some lady off the street they would’ve strip searched her and left her naked lying in a cell. Fortunately for everyone they did not, she got the “princess, gov’t employee” treatment. What an effing joke.

Who else on the planet would then be able to file a lawsuit against the Governor of the state?

What a joke. Only a libtard would not have resigned after looking like such a fool.

Tech help needed-i am using apple-this is the 1st time this has happened

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:14 on August 16, 2014  

when i pasted this link into the post below there were no diamonds with question marks inside–then when i hit publish–the diamonds appeared–rendering the link useless–anybody else getting this?




NAFTA on steroids–the same promises-the same lies: THE prez pushes the Trans Pacific Partnership

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:03 on August 16, 2014  

NAFTA Is 20 Years Old – Here Are 20 Facts That Show How It Is Destroying The Economy

But now history is repeating itself, and most Americans don’t even realize that it is happening. As you will read about at the end of this article, Barack Obama has been negotiating a secret trade treaty that is being called “NAFTA on steroids”, and if Congress adopts it we could lose millions more good paying jobs.

It amazes me how the American people can fall for the same lies over and over again. The lies that serial liar Barack Obama is telling about “free trade” and the globalization of the economy are the same lies that Bill Clinton was telling back in the early 1990s. The following is an excerpt from a recent interview with Paul Craig Roberts…

I remember in the 90′s when former Presidential candidate Ross Perot emphatically stated that NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) would create a giant “sucking sound” of jobs being extracted away from the U.S. He did not win the election, and NAFTA was instituted on Jan. 1, 1994. Now, 20 years later, we see the result of all the jobs that have been “sucked away” to other countries.

According to an article by the Economic Policy Institute on 1/3/14:

“Clinton and his collaborators promised that the deal would bring “good-paying American jobs,” a rising trade surplus with Mexico, and a dramatic reduction in illegal immigration. Considering that thousands of kids are pouring over the border as we speak, well, how’d that work out for us?
Many Americans like to remember Bill Clinton as a “great president” for some reason. Well, it turns out that he was completely and totally wrong about NAFTA. The following are 20 facts that show how NAFTA is destroying the economy…

#1 More than 845,000 American workers have been officially certified for Trade Adjustment Assistance because they lost their jobs due to imports from Mexico or Canada or because their factories were relocated to those nations.



grin @ 12:26

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:55 on August 16, 2014  

No my friend I don’t think it will end well either. Timeline? Who knows?

Mr Golldbug @ 13’59

Posted by Samb @ 18:55 on August 16, 2014  

Pretty Good but, still going down brother. Better to face the truth rather then hide from it.

WANKA @ 16:21

Posted by Auandag @ 17:47 on August 16, 2014  

Acording to the vid you posted she claimed she only had two drinks of wine. She was stopped for driving the wrong way and had a open bottle of vodka and looked pretty drunk in this video



SECTORS Short Term

Posted by Ororeef @ 15:13 on August 16, 2014  

GoldMiners -up                                     Utilities-UP

S&P500-Down                                      Transports-Down

Toronto  TSE -Down                            Telecom-Down

Energy- Down                                       HealthCare -up

Financial-Down                                   Materials-UP

Tech-Down                                             S&PIndustrials-Down

DOW-Up                                                  S&P100-UP

ConsumerDiscretionary-Down          Nasdq100-UP

ConsumerStaples-UP                           NYSE-Down

NasdqComposute -Up

TOTOLs    9    ups  10 Downs

The Media…..

Posted by OldeDutch @ 15:02 on August 16, 2014  

is almost 100% controlled by the government, if the media is constantly staying on one subject it is more than likely because they want to keep the sheep’s attention away from what they are up to, and where is “O” ? He supposedly left from his vacation, what for?

From Greece

Posted by Ororeef @ 14:07 on August 16, 2014  

The Russians anounced they are buying fruits & veggies from China  ? really …Greece sells MILLIONS of fruit & veggies to Russia ,it would turn Greece into a basket case again.

So what do the Greeks do ?

This is not what you will find in the Newspapers..

Greece is selling to TURKEY  ..who re routes to Russia     hehe

I didnt think China  had enough to export ,so I investigated  !


Posted by Mr.GoldBug @ 13:59 on August 16, 2014  

For those of us, who invest in Precious Metals and PM stocks


Remember this;… “It is always the Darkest before the dawn”

GoldMiners CLOSE up

Posted by Ororeef @ 13:57 on August 16, 2014  

Gold Miners still rising

GoldMiners Vs Dow

Posted by Ororeef @ 13:48 on August 16, 2014  

GoldMiners Vs DowGoldMiners is thin Line,going sideways within a Range Dow is BOLD line  overlay

ipso facto @ 11:14 re This is a positive development IMO and surprising to see in the mainstream media.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:36 on August 16, 2014  

Maybe this is another reversal. Imagine a rebel media that telling the people what they should know?

ipso facto @ 11:14 on

Posted by grin @ 12:26 on August 16, 2014  

Agree, even my 83 yr old mother does too. It has really gotten out of hand. This we would expect from Nazi Germany not the u.s. Very sad indeed, but even sadder that jp6 kept the blinders on and let it get this far. I don’t anticipate this ending well.

Surprise, surprise

Posted by Buygold @ 12:26 on August 16, 2014  

“Anti-Putin” Alliance Fraying: Germany, Slovakia, Greece, Czech Republic Urge End To Russian Sanctions

Tyler Durden's picture

Last week Germany reported that in the second quarter, its GDP declined by 0.2%, worse than Wall Street consensus. This happened a few shorts days after Italy reported a second consecutive decline in its own GDP, becoming the first Europen country to enter a triple-dip recession. What’s worse, Europe’s slowdown took place before the brunt of Russian sanctions hit. Surely in the third quarter the GDP of Germany, a nation whose exports accounts for 41% of GDP, will be even worse, with whisper numbers of -1% being thrown casually around, but one thing is certain: Europe is about to enter its third recession since the Lehman collapse just as we forecast at the end of 2013, a “triple-dip” which may become an outright depression unless Draghi injects a few trillion in credit money (which will do nothing but delay the inevitable and make it that much worse once the can can no longer be kicked), and unless normal trade ties with Russia are restored.


Ferguson MO

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:14 on August 16, 2014  

I think it’s interesting how much talk there has been in the MSM about the militarization of the police and their military type tactics dealing with the riots in Ferguson. Lots of discussion about, if it’s really necessary to equip the police with machine guns and armored cars and training all officers to be swat types. This is a positive development IMO and surprising to see in the mainstream media.

Portugeezer @ 7:31

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:05 on August 16, 2014  

I wouldn’t even care if he could keep playing golf … as long as he was in a position where he could no longer damage the country. Seems he’s done plenty to get indicted or impeached for.

goldielocks @ 2:04

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:02 on August 16, 2014  

You’re right, elected officials should be held to the same standards as everyone else. If they broke the law then they should suffer the consequences. I don’t know if that’s the case here but we will find out.


Scruffy re “require most federal employees to leave the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program…and instead join health plans established under the Affordable Care Act.”

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 9:50 on August 16, 2014  

That there is another sign of major reversals. In my view, all the old agendas that created and culminated in the 2008 meltdown are no longer sustainable. Gov’t was artificially supporting millions of people to over ride or dull, the off shoring globalization agenda that started in 1979. Production is coming back, starting with energy.


Posted by grin @ 9:19 on August 16, 2014  

yes I remember you saying so a while back. When someone preaches one way and then takes action another without any notice to those he lead,I look at that like a pump and dump at worst. At best just a complete collapse in trust. jmho

Et tu?

Posted by grin @ 9:01 on August 16, 2014  

Surprised to hear Puplava say he was shorting pms in 2011. I dont remember him saying anything bearish of them in 2011?   Now he is more than open to ridicule pm investors of 2011.

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