Peter Grandich joined us for a review of what's going on in the financial and precious metals markets. Comex expiry is upon us and it's time for another raid, so what else is new? Barclays gets caught and fined for fixing gold prices and there's no response from anyone. I guess that's life in the New Economy. Until one day when everything changes. And you had better be ready when that day arrives or else.  

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Danielle Park our resident financial expert and advisor to the wealthy joined us to explain why interest rates are going down around the world. GDP in the US and elsewhere is also going down, which explains alot. Sometimes just staying even means you're staying ahead. You know the old saying about return of investment as opposed to return on investment

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Manipulation Mondays (We know it's Tuesday) with Andrew Hoffman
  • Euro vote for anti-vote parties;
  • Global trade big drop;
  • PBOC admitted selected areas of China real estate bubbles;
  • US interest rates refuse to go up;
  • Durable goods driven defense spending;
  • Consumer confidence in the toilet;
  • Food prices up 22%;
  • Retails sales death rattle;
  • Goldfield mine collapses;
  • Comex options expiry. 
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Turd Ferguson joins us today for an analysis of recent world events. From the announced disbanding of the London Silver Fix to the unfettered Fed money printing, to China's insatiable appetite for gold, to China's confrontations with Japan and Vietnam and other countries, the New World Order is taking shape and America is conspicuous by it's absence. And so is the dollar. What will a declining world power do to prolong it's power? That remains to be seen. 

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Interesting interview of yours truly on a Montreal radio station. If you thought that Canadians are just like Americans only with long underwear, well think again. Too many of them are just plain socialists who believe that the government can do no wrong and can never print too much money. Listen to the caller who just can't believe that the original World Trade Center was a White Elephant. Well I was there and experienced it first hand. So who are you going to believe, a lefty from north of the border or a New Yorker who lived through it? 

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David Gurwitz of Charles Nenner Research says the cycles never lie. He sees stock markets topping around the world and gold and silver putting in their bottoms before beginning their inexorable rises. Oil is going up with an intermediate target of $122 per barrel. Natural Gas is another story. The war cycle is picking up steam. Every 100 hundred years there's a big one, just go back in history. Cycles seem to control everything, so the next time someone's carrying on about free will, just point to the stars. 

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TheStreet.com's Chris Ciaccia talks about how the proposed $49 billion big merger between AT&T (T_) and DIRECTV(DTV_) is not about subscribers, free cash flow, dividend coverage or any other story you may read this morning. It's about football. More specifically, it's about the National Football League, which has become a television ratings powerhouse under Commissioner Roger Goodell.

 

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Alka Dalal, “The Queen of Creativity,” teaches experts and others how to unleash your own creativity and becoming successful at what you do and enjoy massive results. She delivers high-impact creative strategies for turbo-charging entrepreneurs and small business owners and individuals to great profits.

 

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Mark Skousen’s FreedomFest is an annual festival where free minds meet to celebrate “great books, great ideas, and great thinkers” in an open-minded society.  It is independent, non-partisan, and not affiliated with any organization or think tank.  Founded and produced by Mark since 2002, FreedomFest invites the “best and the brightest” from around the world to talk, strategize, socialize, and celebrate liberty.  FreedomFest is open to all and is purely egalitarian, where speakers, attendees, and exhibitors are treated as equals. This year's looks better than ever. The theme, Is Big Brother Here?, is particularly timely.  

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After 100 years, nearly the same age as the Fed, the daily Silver Fix will be no more after August 14, 2014. How much longer will the daily Gold Fix be around? Clearly the dominos are falling. As Bix likes to say, "Don't ask when it's going to happen, instead look around and ask when it's going to end."

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Gerald Celente of the Trends Journal was back for an exploration into what's wrong with America and the world. The death spiral continues unabated and there's no one in DC that really wants to or can stop it. Gerald is putting his efforts into Occupy Peace. Keep our money and our efforts in the United States. A novel concept that if enough people get behind can actually work. Otherwise the sheeple will continue to get shorn. 

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On this Triple Lutz Report

  • How to bilk Obamacare;
  • Why Johnny can't get a mortgage;
  • More Millenials staying put;
  • India's Margaret Thatcher;
  • More public education horror stories;
  • Bitcoin, gold, platinum and palladium. 
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James Jaeger of Matrixx Productions has used film making skills to further freedom. His 7th film deals with marshal law and the emergming police state. It's based on Edwin Viera's latest book. James's skills make a compelling case for fighting for our freedoms and why our rights are so important and not to be taken for granted. 

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Mondays with Andrew Hoffman
  • Unbelievable market manipulation today on the hour;
  • Speck-tacular analysis—The Gold Cartel;
  • China v. Vietnam;
  • Food prices soaring everywhere;
  • PPI higher than CPI;
  • Drought getting worse;
  • India elections and their impact;
  • Housing crash part 2;
  • Bernanke says interest rates won’t go over 4% in his life time;
  • 2.5% interest rates;
  • Oil surging. 

 

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John thinks that reporters and their editors (and the corporations that employ them) have the power to shape readers’ perceptions by, for instance, choosing what fact to put first in a story or which expert to quote in what context. But the most powerful tool is the simplest: the headline. Because many people read only that, and many others have their perception of an article shaped by the first words they see, this sentence fragment is frequently as important as everything that comes after.

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Man hits alligator while fleeing cops and crashes car. E-cigarettes under attack, tobacco in the military attempted ban in congress. More insanity by the day. Darwin award for using butane to distill hash oil from marijuana. Just one problem, you might blow yourself up! Perhaps this show should be called the Unreal Side!

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Kevin Drost of our sponsor Borderless Holdings has been on the road in Europe and Asia. What he's seen shouldn't surprise our FSN listeners. Demand for precious metals is at an all time high everywhere but in the good old USofA. Why is that? Kevin says that in each country he visited there's an overwhelming concern over the future of the US Dollar. Everywhere but right here at home. Are we in denial or do we just hope that everything is going to work out okay? Maybe it pays to have a Plan B or an insurance policy in the form of precious metals. It's what the wealthy have been doing for centuries. 

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Patrick Howell is a speaker, author and life fulfillment coach. His life story is compelling. He had a successful thirteen-year law enforcement career, but it was cut short due to personal problems that we discuss. Then Patrick went into corporate sales and management where he achieved tremendous financial success. But again he crashed, because of the absence of joy and purpose. Patrick’s tireless search and determination to find the missing elements in his life are what gives him such a unique perspective on true life fulfillment. Now he's on the right track, with a book about to be published and a career helping other people get their lives on track, without making the mistakes that he made. 

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From Arch Crawford's Latest Crawford's Perspectives, “May you live in interesting times!” This quote is considered a curse among the ancient Chinese. There is certainly enough of the unusual occurring around our planet to keep our news sources on their toes, although it seems that much is being let slip by, and that news folk are focusing on weird drivel and emotional quackery and neglecting issues of much greater import, involving changes in our way of life. In depth analysis of political and economic conditions are relegated to back pages or ignored altogether while the best work is being presented online by those who are considered unorthodox (and that’s the kindest thing said about them!) It is more and more apparent that the orthodox sources of information have devolved into propagandists who shovel useless or twisted information into minds of the bored, un-analytic, unaware and unawake masses. 

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Ivan Eland doesn't think Barack Obama has been a very good president. In a new updated version of his book Recarving Rushmore: Ranking the Presidents on Peace, Prosperity, and Liberty, being published this fall, he ranks him 34th of 41 presidents rated. His further injection of the government into the health care and financial industries, his temporary government takeover of two of the three major American auto companies, his massive pork-filled fiscal stimulus bill, and his only marginal improvement over George W. Bush's abysmal record on civil liberties have all been quite disappointing and troubling. Yet despite all the recent criticism, Ivan believes that Barack Obama's foreign policy may be the best since Republican and Democratic presidents in the mid- to late-1970s.

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Debra writes that Marijuana may still be an illegal drug at the Federal level, but that isn't stopping some companies from building a national presence. "I think people are already positioning themselves for a national cannabis industry," said David Bienenstock, a marijuana consultant. "The people who make a smart move now will be rewarded later."

The opportunity for investors seems obvious. First, there is an established customer base. Granted, most of these consumers have been buying their product in the black market, but many probably prefer to do a legitimate transaction, assuming the price is right. Next, there are no entrenched players. The field is wide open to the budding entrepreneurs to be the first to market.

 

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Dr. Amanda Maxham of the Ayn Rand Institute has a different opinion about GMO's than you'll hear elsewhere. She believes they're a revolution in raising food and that they're beneficial to mankind. Billions of pounds of corn and other crops have been raised and consumed with no adverse side effects. In addition, many studies have been conducted and all have reached a conclusion similar to hers. Debra also believes that the commotion over climate change is overdone. While she believes there may be some affect due to man's industrial activities, it's clear that the benefits outweigh the negatives and that the climate activists offer no alternatives other than a return to a pre-industrial world.

If this interview doesn't generate hate mail, then you're obviously not listening. 

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Would you believe that in the latest Rich State-Poor State Report Michigan came in number 12 and New York came in near last, as usual? Comrade DeBlasio never fails to disappoint. He's busy trying to bust New York City's finances and doing a very good job of it, while trying to ban the carriage horses. Finally, have you ever wondered why you've never seen a UPS truck make a left turn? We answer that question and more. 

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Wayne Allyn Root questions whether there's still free speech left in America...if you're a conservative or Christian? Isn't free speech protected by the U.S. Constitution? Can your views cost you your job, career or property? Don’t look now but it’s happening. Views considered "too conservative" “old fashioned” or “politically incorrect” are no longer tolerated by Obama’s socialist cabal or the “thought police”

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