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Canada’s Murph hits a home run again regarding environmental protesters. Good stuff, Rex.

Posted by Equisetum @ 23:05 on December 6, 2014  


Sound Familiar??

Posted by silverngold @ 22:49 on December 6, 2014  

Once a Government..

Stupid is as stupid does…..and we have to pay for the stupidity

Posted by silverngold @ 22:40 on December 6, 2014  


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Moran said he did not plan to read the entire bill before voting because “I trust the leadership.”

“Do you think [House Speaker John] Boehner and [Senate Majority Leader Harry] Reid have read it?” asked CNSNews.

“I know their staff has,” Moran responded.

When pressed directly about his knowledge of every aspect of the massive National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2015, House Speaker Boehner (R-Ohio) assured CNSNews he was aware of all aspects of the multi-faceted, complex bill.

“I’ve been through almost every part of that bill, as it was being put together,” he said. “So, trust me, I am well aware of what’s in that bill.”

House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Maryland) also indirectly acknowledged the near impossibility for anyone to read such a comprehensive bill. He told CNSNews he had not read the full text, but understands its contents.

“The committees have gone over it, it’s been in conference, and I have an outline of exactly what it does,” he said. “So, I know what it does.”

Upon taking control of the US House in 2010, Republicans maintained that they would allow the public to read full text of bills at least three days before they are voted on in the Lower Chamber. This promise materialized, in part, from a quote by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in 2010, when her Democratic Party controlled the House and help shepherd the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, through Congress.

“We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what’s in it, away from the fog of the controversy,” Pelosi infamously stated of the hot-button legislation. While she may have been alluding to what she believed to be the bill’s future popularity, following the rancor and oft-disputed claims – “death panels” – surrounding the debate over what the legislation meant for a sensitive issue like health care, the line was used as a political cudgel to help the GOP regain the House later that year.

Yet, Republicans voted on the 2015 NDAA after the full bill had been available to read – for both the public and members of Congress – just 36 hours prior, as pointed out by InfoWars.

The legislation will now get a vote in the Senate, likely next week.

The NDAA is annual legislation that directs budgeting and expenditures for the US military. The bill passed in the House on Thursday “authorizes $521 billion in base discretionary spending for Defense Department activities, as well as $64 billion for overseas contingency operations,” according to The Hill.

The legislation authorized $6.6 billion for operations against Islamic State, the extremist group that is the target of US-led airstrikes in Syria and Iraq. That funding to combat Islamic State includes authorization of the deployment of 1,500 additional US forces and funding to train and supply Iraqi security forces over the next two years.

“I really wish to emphasize that the train-and-equip mission is just that. It in no way, shape, manner or form authorizes the use of military force,” said Rep. Adam Smith (D-Washington), the ranking Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee.

The 2015 NDAA targeted US soldiers with cuts to benefits and other services.

“The bill also reduces benefits for troops and their families. It would raise the copay by $3 for most pharmaceuticals under Tricare, the military health insurance plan,” The Hill added.

The legislation also included cuts to subsidies for military commissaries, where US service members buy groceries, by $100 million.

In addition, such massive, must-pass bills are chocked full of “pork,” or just about anything a House member, especially those with clout, can pass by House leadership and the various committees that have domain over the bill’s attributes.

For example, as RT reported Wednesday, the 2015 NDAA includes a handful of land deals including one that gives a foreign mining company 2,400 acres of national forest in Arizona that is cherished ancestral homeland to Apache natives.

“Since time immemorial people have gone there. That’s part of our ancestral homeland,” Terry Rambler, chairman of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, told The Huffington Post. “We’ve had dancers in that area forever – sunrise dancers – and coming-of-age ceremonies for our young girls that become women. They’ll seal that off. They’ll seal us off from the acorn grounds, and the medicinal plants in the area, and our prayer areas.”

Previously, the House refused an amendment to the NDAA of 2014 that would have repealed a controversial provision placed in the NDAA of 2012 that has ever since provided the executive branch with the power to arrest and detain indefinitely any US citizen thought to be affiliated with Al-Qaeda or associated organizations. The House also rejected last year an amendment that would have expedited the shut-down of the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

In January of 2014, the US Supreme Court decided against weighing in on a challenge to Section 1021(b)(2) of the 2012 NDAA, which can be interpreted in a way that allows for the government to detain without trial any American citizen accused of committing a “belligerent act” against the country “until the end of hostilities.”

A very down to earth lady on Chemtrails and their effects on life

Posted by silverngold @ 21:34 on December 6, 2014  

Chemtrail Girls (combo) 20 min

Dixie Chicks – Not ready to make nice (ever)

Posted by Gold_Titan1 @ 21:05 on December 6, 2014  

Dedicated to my ex, BS (her initials -all copy right reserved) 🙂
I’m the 10% of males that initiate divorce (have a good reason(s))
Thank for the sympathy Ispo, but there is no need , happier without……

@ Buygold – RE: Putin

Posted by drb2 @ 20:54 on December 6, 2014  

“If Putin wants to rid himself of the scum he seems to have the backing to do it at any time. The question seems to be whether he wants to remain captive to the NWO or he wants to rid himself and Russia of the bankster scum.”


I have wrestled with this exact question …to no conclusion. It would seem that, if nothing else, all he would have to do is legitimately take delivery at COMEX and expose the fraud. I keep asking myself – why doesn’t he do it ?


“I’m not sure yet about Putin and his intentions. Seems to me he could end the game if he were to back his currency with gold.”

Maybe he has gotten the word NOT to do that. It would probably mean war. I do not underestimate the banksters anymore – I think they are capable of anything.


“First country to back the currency wins. Does Putin want to win?”

from what little I know about Putin one thing stands out – among his other attributes, he is a chess player. and I respect that. IF he does want to win, he will do it his way. My guess is he will move when the time is right and in his favor. His move will be sudden and dramatic. What keeps me in this nightmare is the thought that if I am out of PMs when it happens I will be out of luck.



Posted by Buygold @ 20:20 on December 6, 2014  

If Putin wants to rid himself of the scum he seems to have the backing to do it at any time. The question seems to be whether he wants to remain captive to the NWO or he wants to rid himself and Russia of the bankster scum.

I’m not sure yet about Putin and his intentions. Seems to me he could end the game if he were to back his currency with gold.

First country to back the currency wins. Does Putin want to win?

WANDA – So this is your home base… Key West

Posted by commish @ 20:06 on December 6, 2014  




Aunandag-I would guess he just needs money–and the title of his blog is excellent and

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:54 on December 6, 2014  

amy fetch a pretty penny–then he will just re=title his blog and continue

I found this on Bidermans Money Blog–I didn’t know Mr Trim Tabs had an interest in gold

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:51 on December 6, 2014  

Chris Hamilton: China Likely Bought 10,000 tons of Gold…and if They Did, Here’s Why–

Gold…the case to go “All In”?


Since Jan 1, 2011 equity markets of the BRICS representing growing economies w/ strong demographics and low but rising wages coupled w/ low levels of consumer debt…are falling. While the slow growth, highly indebted, falling income, demographically backward markets of the US, Japan, and EU are flying. The Brazilian Bovespa is down -23%, Russia’s Micex -20%, Chinese Shanghai -19.5%, India was only up +8% until a gold import ban in Aug of ’13 was implemented and up +44% since. By comparison, the S&P is up +48%, Nikkei +42%, DAX +25%, FTSE +7%, French CAC +5%, and among larger markets only Spain (- 4%) and Italy (-10.5%) are down. This despite collapsing crude oil consumption in the US, Japan, and Europe compared to rapid consumption increases across the BRICS (see chart below from ’05-’13…but the trends have been consistent). Drops in energy consumption of this magnitude typically indicate depression conditions exist, and increases in consumption usually represent economic growth. All I can say is something does not add up.


And China’s gold holdings would act as an insurance policy paying off in the case of a dollar dilution. Of course Chinas’ economy would be harmed by shrinking exports to the US and Europe but that was the “re-balancing” they’ve been talking about all along. Now, whether this will work just as China is likely falling into the third great real estate collapse of the last 3 decades (Japan in ’89, US in ’07, China likely now in ’14)…well China may be protecting itself from itself as much as from the US because if they follow the Japanese and US model to print their way out of a real estate collapse…gold may simply be “priceless” in sovereign currencies.

Gold…the case to go “All In”?

What I’ve explained is how things work for those who make the rules…so while precious metal fundamentals may seem bright vis-a-vi fiat currencies…please don’t go out and sell everything to buy gold. I’m not an advisor and I only write this to inform you in your decision making. I have no crystal ball and the more I know, the more I’m sure I don’t know. So the only advice I’ll offer is follow the old axioms, “all things in moderation” and “hope for the best and plan for the worst”.


Oklahoma State Cowboys win bedlam

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 19:51 on December 6, 2014  

The University of Oklahoma Sooner fans are in morning. The Cowboys won in Norman in overtime. Bring on the bowl games.



Posted by Gold_Titan1 @ 19:43 on December 6, 2014  

Thanks for these precise and clear instruction, even my 5 year old would be able to follow it(then).
Well now they 36 and 34 but I am sure they could follow it.
Have a good weekend gang , what’s left of it !
Ps. Just did a screen capture just in case too many posts on a weekend, and hard to find 🙂

Gold_Titan1 @ 19:02

Posted by silverngold @ 19:14 on December 6, 2014  

What I do is Right click top of the video image and left click copy video url that appears first in the pop-up window. Go to Add New Post on the Oasis, place cursor in the area where I am now typing and hit ctrl v. The url will appear and when you click publish the video will show rather than the url.

Clear as mud?? Hope not, and all the best…..Silverngold


Posted by goldielocks @ 19:07 on December 6, 2014  

Hardship well that’s good. That should account to about at least half of the economy.


Posted by Gold_Titan1 @ 19:02 on December 6, 2014  

Good evening,

Just a quick question, how do you imbed YouTube clips into the posts !
Just not sure and I want to get good results straight away.
Hope it’s not “Monday bloody Monday” for gold coming up.

Richard640 @ 18:07 -Looks like he is quitting his blog

Posted by Auandag @ 18:58 on December 6, 2014  
Wanted:  One media organization interested in a trademark and the associated domain names related to market analysis.

Price is attractive; transaction to close on or shortly after the calendar rolls.

Email forsale@denninger.net with your name, organization and a phone number if interested.  Do not disturb the subject line that is pre-filled when clicking the above link (or the spam filter will bounce your email.)

PS: Yes, this is serious.

Jeff Rense & Dane Wigington – The End Of Natural Weather

Posted by silverngold @ 18:45 on December 6, 2014  

Under 15 minutes and very informative!!

Goldi @ 17:45

Posted by Samb @ 18:41 on December 6, 2014  

There is a hardship exemption. There are no defined standards for this hardship…it is just your opinion that Obamacare could cause you a personal hardship. They only ask you to submit documentation, IF POSSIBLE.  That is a Mack Truck loophole!

Scruffy-thanks for the charts-The Swiss vote and Fridays jobs report were similar “major” events for gold

Posted by Richard640 @ 18:21 on December 6, 2014  

Both had gold unfriendly resolutions-

Gold and especially silver held up well on Friday given the [phoney] big jobs # and the pop in the $.  I think there’s a chance that gold-Sunday night/ Monday morn could react the way it did after the swiss vote. We’ll know soon enuff

Since Everybody knows what goldbugs know about the ponzi scheme/house of cards U.S./world economy…it is “recognition time” for G&S as the last bastion of undervaluation …so it is hard to imaging gold becoming a “liquidating market”…dropping to 1050-850-700 etc especially since soooooo much money wants to diversify into tangibles

12-3-Karl Denninger’s on fire-!

Posted by Richard640 @ 18:07 on December 6, 2014  

No, It’s Not 1998

It’s worse.

Yet it is worth recalling that the U.S. economy survived 1998 just fine, with the benefits of low interest rates and inexpensive energy providing a bigger boost than whatever slower global growth and a stronger dollar took away. The real risk, it turned out, had nothing to do with anything lurking overseas. Instead, it was excessive valuations being paid for some stocks and the too-good-to-be-true financial statements that some companies had begun to manufacture that left investors exposed. You mean like megacap companies like Amazon selling at a thousand times earnings (if it has any at all) and firms such as IBM (and others) manufacturing “earnings” by playing the buyback-stock-with-borrowed money game? That sort of manufactured financial statement? Or was it something else. Oh yeah, it was. But is there really much difference in kind and character than what we’re seeing now? I think not — indeed, if anything it’s arguably worse now in that it’s not just “one sector” (that is, tech) playing these games today — it’s literally everywhere!

Posted by Auandag @ 18:01 on December 6, 2014  





Posted by goldielocks @ 17:45 on December 6, 2014  

We are all facing the same delemas. So what are you saying, if I put a sheet over my head I could get through the loop holes? Lucky you, you wouldn’t even have to wear one. Being in healthcare I couldn’t get away with the Christian Science beliefs. How ironic is that one.  They call it science but isn’t modern medicine a science? To each their own path. How about a religion that doesn’t allow you to be forced to pay into mandatory Heath Care.

Once in a while i will pick up a Canadian newspaper on the weekend

Posted by Auandag @ 17:32 on December 6, 2014  

Due to my re-education from the internet I am constantly amazed at the BS that is printed in it. In the business section today was an article about US job numbers. 321,000 jobs created, Us economy picking up!


Now for the truth


Goldi @ 15 :53

Posted by Samb @ 16:40 on December 6, 2014  

I don’t have a dog in this fight ( medicare /supplemental)  but, I do think about it. Look, were I a younger man then I would take a catastrophic plan and pay only cash, for a discount, on regular doctor services. But, but, but …what about the IRS penalties? Simple, you could drive a Mack truck thru the exemption penalty loopholes. Gee, mandatory Ins is against my beliefs and religion  ..Oh, I just became a Muslim and Oh, I’m now a hardship case..etc, etc

Goldcountry- about your son

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 16:13 on December 6, 2014  

if you’re not a liberal at 20, you have no heart. If you’re not a conservative at 40, you have no brains.


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