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Rank    Russia to the Rescue
March 23, 2013 - Commentary on the News
As Cyprus teeters on the edge of a chaotic bankruptcy it doesn’t take a genius to speculate who will be riding to its rescue....
Rank    Could Growth and Prosperity Collapse the Middle East?
February 07, 2011 - Israel - Middle East
Throughout the Middle East and elsewhere in the region its people are demanding change.  But from what?...
Rank    War of the Elites
August 13, 2012 - Perspective on the News
It’s political season and the elites are controlling the conversation once again.  Turn on any channel of your choice and just listen for anyone you think might be telling the truth.  You’ll be sadly disappointed....
Rank    Fearing Japan
June 04, 2012 - Perspective on the News
An unexpected call went out this week from private wealth managers who manage money for the unusually wealthy.  The message?  Forget Greece and the euro – they’re finished.  Quietly look east and purchase at least one percent of your net worth buying all the derivative default insurance contracts you can buy – on Japan!...
Rank    Putin Eyes Middle East in Balance of Power
December 17, 2012 - Israel - Middle East
Perhaps sanity has prevailed as Israel chose Australian oil producer Woodside over Russia’s bid to take-over 30% of the Leviathan natural gas exploration site just off Israel’s coast....
Rank    Why Our Budget Cannot Be Balanced
June 18, 2012 - Perspective on the News
Here’s a startling fact:  Congress cannot balance the budget.  It cannot do so even if it had the desire or even if it were to entirely shut down the government and send everyone home....
Rank    Will Russia Side with Israel to Thwart Iran Attack?
August 27, 2012 - Israel - Middle East
In what may be the ultimate head fake, Russia could have the perfect reason to temper the Israel/Iran war rhetoric, abandon Iran (for now) and side with Israel in the region to create an elusive – at least temporary -- peace formula....
Rank    A Theory of (Your) Identity
April 02, 2012 - Commentary on the News
The first thing a cop does when investigating a crime is to snatch your computer or your cell phone which can instantly decode your digital whereabouts, your intentions or your motives.  It is the DNA, a fingerprint so-to-speak, of your social identity....
Rank    Left Behind
April 09, 2012 - News From Around the World
There’s a shift emerging in the worldwide race for the ''what’s left portion'' of the world’s energy supply.  Can America find the political will to harness its technology and vast energy reserves to get it growing again?...
Rank    Is the Euro Reordering the EU?
March 29, 2010 - Perspective on the News
Greece is slowly collapsing under the weight of its own debt while the rest of Europe looks on like spectators passing a bad accident.  Years of low productivity and government spending has left Greece with few options but to default on its sovereign obligations as a nation, or to be bailed out by its richer EU sister nations.  It has unintentionally become a sign of Europe’s financial and political future;  a canary in the mine signaling a potential re-ordering of the EU itself....
Rank    Energy Independence
Blessing or Curse for Israel?
January 03, 2011 - Israel - Middle East
The New Year announcement of the new giant Tamar gas field in Israel has changed its future forever and put it on a collision course with its neighbors....
Rank    The Tax Era Has Dawned
August 23, 2010 - Commentary on the News
The deficits we face over the next decade represent a basic imbalance between spending and revenue and one that goes far beyond entitlements....
Rank    RED ALERT!
March 15, 2011 - Perspective on the News
This is a special alert.  I am hearing much “advisory chatter” in the financial markets that warrants you to be acutely aware of your economic surroundings.    This is not a call to panic, or a prediction; it is simply a warning to be watchful and especially observant of the world events now occurring -- both now and in the immediate future of how they might affect you personally....
Rank    Mr. Fiat and a Midlife Crisis
May 07, 2012 - Perspective on the News
Fiat currency turned forty-one this year and like most forty-somethings it has its aches and pains.  Psychological researchers say you'll face two age-related events that will change your life forever.  The first crisis is adolescence and the second is, you guessed it, turning 40....
Rank    Syria’s Never-Ending Story
June 01, 2012 - Israel - Middle East
Well, it looks like former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan has been recruited as a peace envoy in another attempt to settle the Syrian 'catastrophe'.  Catastrophe - I can’t think of a better word for it....
Rank    Who Caused the Financial Crisis?
September 24, 2012 - Perspective on the News
Economists have had four years to examine the financial crisis that would become the Great Recession and the subsequent crisis that followed.   The evidence now suggests who and what caused it, why it was prolonged and why the crisis worsened dramatically a year after it began....
Rank    Is Romney Lying?
October 08, 2012 - Commentary on the News
The Democrats have shifted their political strategy charging that Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is a liar.  Is he? ...
Rank    Russia to Israel: We Want 30% of Your Energy Riches!
November 06, 2012 - Israel - Middle East
Today is the day we elect a new president.  Whoever gets elected will face a challenge far greater than any framed during this election season.  I suspect that one candidate knows it, or at least senses it.  The other is blind to it or isn’t talking....
Rank    The Putinization of the World’s Resources
July 09, 2012 - Commentary on the News
President Obama recently declared a 'national emergency' to deal with the threat from Russia’s accumulation of a large volume of weapons-usable fissile material.  What national emergency?...
Rank    Germany Won't Waste A Good Euro Crisis
April 05, 2010 - News From Around the World
German Chancellor Angela Merkel finally said it out loud for the whole world to hear.  Germany is going to re-order the Eurozone into its own federalist vision of economic and political where-with-all.  She apparently means it....
Rank    Yanking the life-support from Fannie and Freddie
August 16, 2010 - Perspective on the News
The government buys or guarantees more than 90 per cent of mortgage loans currently being issued. About one in twelve of the houses insured by our government will wind up in foreclosure and lose up to 70 percent of the money it lent to the borrower....
Rank    Wise Men. Power of Fools.
June 13, 2010 - Perspective on the News
The President is demanding Congress hand him sweeping new powers over the nation by July 4th. Obama intends to create a soviet-style central committee of "wise men" to regulate and police the financial system at the pleasure of the President....
Rank    The Paradox of Second Life
September 13, 2010 - Globalism - Ecumenism
Second Life, is not a game.  It’s a serious internet virtual world where you can become anything, or anyone you want to be.  And, in a twist, your virtual money becomes real money in your real bank account....
Rank    Tale of Two Models
May 09, 2010 - Globalism - Ecumenism
The stock market unexpectedly short-circuited Thursday; flashing like a chapter from Alvin Toffler’s book, Future shock.   One trillion dollars was lost in an instant.  No one would publically explain why.  But, everyone knew. ...
Rank    Birth of New Nations
May 31, 2010 - Perspective on the News
As the debt crisis spreads throughout the world, we are now in a race against time over which happens first, the crisis or the reform.   In the U.S., financial reform is still a matter of diminishing faith and little has been done to solve our underlying debt problem.  The crisis is quite real and it’s on top of us....
Rank    The Day The World Said No
June 28, 2010 - Perspective on the News
The world’s developed nations handed President Obama a big thumbs down to his economic views this week at the G20 summit in Toronto.  The president lost his case that printing, borrowing and government stimulus is necessary when other countries decided this is not a direction that makes sense....
Rank    Three Feet of Ice
July 05, 2010 - Perspective on the News
There is a Chinese proverb that proclaims that “three feet of ice does not result from one day of freezing” which translates to mean that a predicament is not formed without a period of events creating it....
Rank    It’s About Jobs
July 12, 2010 - Commentary on the News
It is difficult to imagine the personal anguish that some 9 million Americans feel when pick up their unemployment checks this week.  As the news tries to spin the monthly job report, it is clear that a few more private sector jobs are not enough.  We need 225,000 every month for 3 years to re-employ the 8 million workers who lost their jobs.  Additionally, we need another 125,000 a month just to keep up with population growth.  Instead we’re still losing....
Rank    Oh, The Mass of Humanity
July 20, 2010 - Perspective on the News
It’s hard to get a personal perspective about the millions of home owners who are going to lose their homes due to the housing crisis;  that is until you talk to the industry specialists that hear their stories every day....
Rank    Is the FDA setting us up for the Super Bug?
April 11, 2011 - Perspective on the News
In August 2010, a Belgian man was involved in a car accident during a trip to Pakistan. He was hospitalized with a major leg injury and immediately repatriated to Belgium.  He later died; not from his injuries but from something far more sinister....
Rank    The Hundredth Monkey
May 24, 2011 - Commentary on the News
In a 1952 research study on the island of Koshima, scientists were feeding monkeys sweet potatoes. Ken Keyes, the author of the study’s findings, confirmed that monkeys liked the taste of the raw sweet potatoes but found them unpleasant when the potatoes became covered with sand....
Rank    Deja Vu
August 31, 2010 - Perspective on the News
The U.S. government first realizes its options are probably limited in regulating the economy.  Its political solution demands it get prepared to cut back its stimulus policies.  The year was 1920 and the onset of the Great Depression had begun....
Rank    Is a Global Tax on Financial Transactions Imminent?
October 26, 2010 - Globalism - Ecumenism
The United Nations remains determined to rob from wealthy countries to redistribute this wealth to its pet projects across the globe.  Its new focus proposes to collect and send new global tax revenues to the poor countries  -- after taking a big cut for itself....
Rank    Ready to Fight?
November 15, 2010 - News From Around the World
The first Fed bailout of America was largely aimed at shoring up the balance sheets of banks.  The second and latest round is purely about printing “thin-air” money and shoving it into the economy....
Rank    Luck of the Irish
November 22, 2010 - News From Around the World
Ireland is small country with a big debt problem.  Today, it reluctantly asked for help from the European Union to keep it from economic collapse and at the same time announced the dissolution of its Parliament....
Rank    What a Good Keynesian Wants You to Believe.
November 29, 2010 - News From Around the World
If you’re wondering why our world economy is crumbling around us, you won’t believe what our great economic leaders want you to believe....
Rank    Are Most Americans Missing the Point?
January 10, 2011 - Commentary on the News
While our politicians seem to compete for whose point is the most useless, we’re facing a deficit we aren’t soon going to be able to fix....
Rank    Retail Bliss
December 27, 2010 - Commentary on the News
One of the great things about Americans is our sense of optimism.  With retail sales up during this holiday season are consumers finally seeing a sign of relief economic relief?...
Rank    Three Men and The Red Button
January 25, 2011 - Perspective on the News
The belief that things may be worse than the government is willing to admit has become obvious to about everyone....
Rank    We’ve Come A Long Way
February 17, 2011 - News From Around the World
When dealing with the former Soviet Union the United States’ strategy was containment.  History has taught us that a policy of containment is a failed idea and it can tell us a lot about where the world is headed today....
Rank    I Want My Cheese
February 21, 2011 - Commentary on the News
Unions and their collective bargaining process has Wisconsin looking more like Cairo than a sleepy Midwestern state with old fashioned values.  The leftist kleptomaniacs from Madison, with their union officials representing state employees, have declared that the United Nations entitles them to claim their benefit packages as a basic human right....
Rank    Truth or Consequences
March 26, 2012 - Witnessing Tools
Every week, I am faced with the same question; fluff or truth.  Surely, my readers, you want me to give you a dose of encouragement about the economy.  And, some of you sometimes tell me so....
Rank    Meltdown
March 28, 2011 - Commentary on the News
Of the hundreds of people who work at a nuclear power plant, only the licensed reactor operator has access to the controls to directly regulate the actual reactor core.   I discussed Japan’s Fukushima nuclear crisis with a licensed reactor operator who explained what might actually be going on in Japan’s nuclear disaster – as it unfolds....
Rank    In Plain Sight
December 12, 2011 - Perspective on the News
The new political season has found our country at a crossroads.   Americans are running out of patience with the indecision, claims and counter-claims of a do-nothing government at the precise moment when sure-footed action is necessary to avoid or minimize the very painful outcome ahead for our nation....
Rank    Why You Should Retire Early
January 17, 2012 - Commentary on the News
Want to fix social security?  Retire early....
Rank    Is a Rational Energy Policy Ahead?
January 30, 2012 - Commentary on the News
Is the president finally on-target with a sane American energy policy?  Or is he having an election-year epiphany fearing his historic alignment with the Sierra Club won’t get him elected?...
Rank    Whose Morning Is It?
February 14, 2012 - Commentary on the News
Martin Treptow left his job in a small town barber shop in 1917 to go to France with the famed Rainbow Division.  Tragically, he was killed on the Western front trying to carry a message between battalions under heavy fire.  When his fellow soldiers collected his body, they found his diary....
Rank    The Great Shift Ahead
March 19, 2012 - Perspective on the News
Despite the increasing chatter of hope for the economy, it’s hard to be encouraged if you consider the serious structural issues facing the U.S. and European economies....
Rank    Blueprint or Scramble? Earth at Crossroads Says Big Oil.
February 28, 2011 - Prophecy - Signs
Big oil is out of the closet with a startling outline of world’s probable future scenarios as it prepares for a population explosion complicated by a dwindling energy supply....
Rank    Will Rain Follow the Plow?
March 14, 2011 - Prophecy - Signs
Most of the 100 people invited to a special meeting in the small Texas panhandle town of Plainview showed up promptly.  They weren’t there to discuss the sleepy humdrum of this high plains ranching community.  They were there to plan for a future without water and its eminent effect on the world’s food supply....
Rank    Food Fights
January 18, 2011 - News From Around the World
A big story is developing that a significant rise in global food prices is now underway.   But, the world doesn’t seem to notice its real cause....
Rank    Wham! Pow! Zap! Argh! 2012 Forecast
December 13, 2010 - Commentary on the News
There’s a near-epic battle going on around the world between inflation and deflation.  Could the New Year bring us closer to the end of our age of economic tranquility?...
Rank    The Day Oil Peaked
November 08, 2010 - Prophecy - Signs
It is a certainty that one day oil production will begin declining.  And, shortly thereafter the era of cheap oil will be over.  The consequences will be ugly, even it we start preparing for this profound change now....
Rank    Nest Eggs. Fried or Scrambled?
September 06, 2010 - Commentary on the News
As America's baby boom generation surges into retirement, there is a growing sense of apprehension that there won't be any nest egg waiting for them.  And, for good reason. There are two dirty little secrets that will affect your retirement hopes. ...
Rank    Special Report End of the Road for the Ship of Fools- Part 2
The Fall of the Arab Wall
May 03, 2011 - Israel - Middle East
In 2006, there was thought to be no risk of a serious crisis on the horizon.  In 2009, it would have been absurd to imagine the slightest risk of a breakdown in the existing world order, let alone the social order.  And, today our elite’s intellectual capacity to foresee, or act upon, the changes currently taking place in the world has been dismal....
Rank    Too Big to Fail
The Banks Versus the People
June 14, 2011 - News From Around the World
Debt has thrown the world’s financial system into chaos dividing its order into two neatly arranged communities; the creditors versus the debtors.   At stake is who will eventually prevail and control the future of the world’s financial system and its wealth....
Rank    The Resource Curse
June 27, 2011 - Perspective on the News
It was a desperate winner-takes-all gamble this week as the world released its cache of strategic oil reserves in an attempt to stave off higher oil prices.  Ultimately, it may be OPEC and the oil speculators, and not the consumer, holding the winning ticket....
Rank    Mr. President, Don’t Let the Truth Spoil a Good Story
July 18, 2011 - Commentary on the News
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve taken one side or the other in the debt limit debate.  It’s not hard to understand the central issue....
Rank    Why raising taxes on rich people won’t work
August 19, 2011 - Perspective on the News
The social justice era is in full bloom.  As politicians try to sort out at which door we must lay the blame of our financial ruin, the political solution will be neatly wrapped in social justice and delivered to society marked C.O.D. (collect on delivery)....
Rank    Europe’s Hotel California Dilemma
September 13, 2011 - News From Around the World
The grand European Union experiment may be coming to an end; at least in its present form. ...
Rank    After Fukushima
September 20, 2011 - News From Around the World
It often takes many years for an event to qualify as a historical moment, but six months after the Fukushima nuclear accident its aftershocks still rumble across the globe....
Rank    Shaky Five
October 04, 2011 - Perspective on the News
Banks and governments of five shaky economies of Europe owe billions.   That debt directly threatens the whole of Europe and the rest of the world indirectly.  Someone will eventually have to pay.  And, you won’t believe whom....
Rank    Irony of a Charging Bull
October 20, 2011 - Prophecy - Signs
This week New York rushed an army of security forces to protect the statue famously known as Wall Street’s Bull from the Occupy Wall Street protest....
Rank    From Woodstock to Communal Living
The Baby Boom Collapses
August 02, 2010 - Commentary on the News
The credit crunch did not create the present pressure on public borrowing and spending.   It merely called attention to the age-related fiscal crisis ahead.  Thanks to the Great Recession, we simply got to the party early....
Rank    Why Banks Should Start Working for Their Money
August 09, 2010 - Commentary on the News
Rumors.  They’re everywhere this week that the Obama administration may request government-controlled lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to forgive a portion of the mortgage debt of millions of Americans who owe more on their homes than they are currently worth.   It just could happen....
Rank    Hey Buddy. Can You Spare a Buck?
June 07, 2010 - Perspective on the News
Treasury Secretary Geithner made the world circuit this week to the G20 countries.  His message?  Start spending; the U.S. economy requires it.  Geithner’s approach is akin to the man in the Cadillac asking the panhandler if he could spare a buck.  It isn’t going to happen....
Rank    Secret Russian Report Reveals World Plan
May 16, 2010 - Perspective on the News
A convergence of world economic troubles and political re-alignment opportunities has given Russia a new outlook on its position in the world, according to a secret Russian report uncovered by the Wall Street Journal this week....
Rank    Ex nihilo. Out of Nothing the Fed risks everything.
September 27, 2010 - Commentary on the News
The Fed spoke this week creating speculation that the central bank will begin a new, riskier economic policy to avoid a return to recession.   Could this signal the Fed may be out of options to save the economy?...
Rank    Could Bill Clinton Have The Answer?
October 04, 2010 - Perspective on the News
In no other period of American history has our government followed policies as similar to those of the Great Depression era....
Rank    Signs of the Time. The Tipping of the American Economy.
October 11, 2010 - Perspective on the News
Little changes can have big effects.  When small numbers of people start behaving differently, that behavior can ripple outward until a critical mass or tipping point is reached, changing the world....
Rank    Banking System Halts Foreclosures
Congress Fears Total Collapse.
October 18, 2010 - Perspective on the News
The Great Recession began with the housing crisis.  Now, it might just end it all as the mother of all banking crises emerged last week.  It turns out that the bank that claims to owns your mortgage may not actually own it after all.  Worse yet, your bank may not be entitled to foreclose on you if you don’t pay....
Rank    When Rear Ends Need Kicking
June 21, 2010 - Perspective on the News
When the Obama administration ordered a six-month moratorium on all deepwater drilling after the April 20 Deepwater Horizon disaster he was attempting to show who was in charge of the disaster.  He was famously kicking well, you know, rear ends. ...
Rank    Will Israel Save Greece . . and Europe?
May 28, 2012 - Israel - Middle East
As Europe barrels closer to an ever-certain economic train-wreck, to some it looks as though it is all but over for Greece and the euro.  But, in a surrealistic Daniel 8:9 moment the politics and economics of Europe may have suddenly flashed into an alignment....
Rank    Spend and Pretend; Why Obama Will Pay My Mortgage
April 12, 2010 - Perspective on the News
Business analysts were giddy this week as consumer spending numbers inched upward again.  Nigel Gault, chief U.S. economist at IHS Global Insight, called it "an encouraging sign of consumer revival."  After all, consumer spending makes up about 70% of our gross domestic activity....
Rank    Three Chestnuts in the Morning, Four in the Afternoon
April 26, 2010 - Perspective on the News
There is a Chinese proverb about a man who liked monkeys.  As the story goes, he had a lot of them in his house.  He understood his monkeys and the monkeys understood him....
Rank    Special Report: Gov't Debt 'Unsustainable'
May 03, 2010 - Perspective on the News
The biggest story of modern times continued to be the back page story in the news last week.   For those readers who even noticed, our worst fears were officially made known. ...
Rank    El error de Diciembre
April 19, 2010 - Commentary on the News
What if everything we imagined about our future was suddenly all wrong?   Could it happen?...
Rank    Rose-colored Glasses, Red-colored Bills
May 25, 2010 - Commentary on the News
Seventy six percent of the American public thinks the economy is still in a recession.  Why?  Because, it feels like one....
Rank    Debt Man Walking
August 05, 2011 - Perspective on the News
The last six decades ought to tell us all we need to know about the issues America now faces with its debt crisis.  Our government will hash out an agreement on the debt limit and tuck it away hoping we won’t have to discuss it again until later....
Rank    Men from Princeton on Money
July 11, 2011 - Perspective on the News
John Witherspoon had strong words for Congress about the manipulation of currency and its affect on inflation.  That was 226 years ago.  We should have listened....
Rank    From the Inside Looking Out
May 16, 2011 - Perspective on the News
Your view can be very different depending on where you are seated.  This week I caught a view from the inside as I sat among a small group of executives invited to discuss the economy and our government’s view of our economic future....
Rank    Everything that deceives may be said to enchant
May 30, 2011 - Commentary on the News
This week, the investment bank community seems to be enchanted with oil investments.  Buy signals for oil usually come on optimism that economic growth is emerging thus stimulating more demand and profits.  But, it’s different this time....
Rank    The Sky is Falling
March 18, 2011 - Perspective on the News
Food and water shortages, earthquakes, nuclear spills, birds falling from the sky, EMP’s, the debt, terrorists, teachers rioting. To top it all off that little man in Iran keeps chanting “Death to America!” and no one really takes him seriously.  It is the stuff of a great doomsday movie....
Rank    2012. The Road To Augmented Reality
January 02, 2012 - Prophecy - Signs
If you’ve got your eye on a new cell phone purchase in 2012, chances are, it will be equipped with a technology called Near Field Communication (NFC).  NFC is technology’s next giant leap forward....
Rank    EU’s Great Leap into the Non-Negotiable Unknown?
November 22, 2011 - Commentary on the News
As research firms place disappointing odds against Europe’s financial and political future, it’s Brussels that’s now in charge.  Forget sovereignty.  There’s a new sheriff in town....
Rank    Special Report: End of the Road for a Ship of Fools (a two-part series)
Part I, The End of the Road for a Ship of Fools
April 24, 2011 - OL News Briefs
According to the Federal Reserve Bank, federal insolvency is now just around the corner.  And, just when clear heads should prevail our leaders have proven themselves a ship of fools without a pilot....
Rank    Why has Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Stopped All Future Oil Exploration?
December 20, 2010 - Breaking News
Two years ago King Abdullah stated that unless oil went to $75 per barrel it wasn’t worth exploring for new oil reserves.   Now, he’s halted all oil exploration to save some for his heirs.  Really? ...
Rank    Tensions Boil as Israeli Oil Riches Grow
June 25, 2012 - News From Around the World
Israel’s once hidden oil riches are now certain to be so large its treasures could make it the richest oil country in the world.  And, its neighbors are not only noticing, they’re boiling mad....
Rank    Is A Financial Jubilee Ahead?
November 07, 2011 - Globalism - Ecumenism
Let’s get clear on the subject of the world’s sovereign debt.  It cannot, and will not, be repaid. ...
Rank    Irony of a Charging Bull (Part II)
The Pope Proposed To Ride The Bull
October 24, 2011 - Breaking News
Unknown to me last week in Part I of “Irony of a Charging Bull”, my commentary became harsh reality with the issuance of a stunning manifesto released today by the Vatican.   Pope Benedict XVI is announcing this morning for the establishment of a world political Authority against the greed within the political and financial system....
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