Dr. Jerome Corsi joined us again to talk about his new book Killing the Deep State - The Fight to Save President Trump. The level and depth of the corruption and the plan to depose the President is breathtaking in its audacity and its naiveté. Never before in American History has a secret cabal so openly attempted to subvert the will of the electorate. Now they're on the defensive and we all hope and pray that they'll finally be exposed for what they are. It's coming soon to a courthouse near you. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:36am EDT

Mickey Fulp observed that March 2018 saw volatility go from record lows to major new highs! Major US stock markets corrected big Ly with the DJIA up losing 3.7%. Emerging markets were down 3.2%. TSX down 3% and TSX-V 4.5%. Bitcoin the always volatile digital currency it was down 32% for the month. Gold was up .5% and Silver was off .2% for the month. Pt down 5.2% and Pd was up 8%. Copper down 3.2%. Energy also corrected, with WTI and Brent both up around 5/7% respectively. Natgas skidded 9% to $2.73. Uranium declined 1%. Currencies saw the Greenback down .6% and the Euro rose 1%. Rate on the 10 year T Bond sank to 2.74%. As for ratios Gold to Silver hit 81, a possible buy signal for the shiny metal, but Mickey is holding out for 90 till he starts his purchases again. Tilll next month!

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:43am EDT

According to Andrew the economy has been riding high since Trump took over. New jobless claims continue to decline and the work force participation rate is even starting to go up. However, there could be trouble in paradise. Andrew believes that the economy is perhaps headed for a pause before it begins picking up steam again. An interesting time in the Middle East as Saudi Arabia and Israel form some type of alliance the possibility of a new pipeline in the works. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:36am EDT

Ned believes that the tech sector is crashing before our very eyes. If that is the case, then the stock market will break down as well. And then you're left with gold and silver and ag. We're currently in a precarious situation and Ned thinks the world will again embrace things that have real value. And you don't have to look to far for what that is. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 3:55pm EDT

Rick Rule and Sprott have been working on setting up a blockchain based gold platform. Now it's finally a reality. Just Monday it was announced that the trading platform is operational. The large gold producer Goldcorp is a shareholder in the venture and has just delivered gold bars to the Royal Canadian Mint to be held for fractional sale. This seems like a natural progression of blockchain technology. It will lower the costs and inefficiencies of buying and selling gold. It is certain to take off soon. Then let's see it spread to other commodity markets. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 2:57pm EDT

Bruce comes back to the show to talk about Gina Haspel, Trump’s pick to succeed Mike Pompeo as head of the CIA. She is a thirty-year veteran of the agency, one well respected by intelligence professionals from both parties. If confirmed, she will be the first woman to run our most important security agency. But despite this feminist victory, the Dems are likely to muddy the waters at her confirmation hearings by smearing her with allegations she oversaw “torture” at a black site in Thailand in 2002. Typical of what we can expect is the New York Times editorial titled, “Having a Torturer Lead the CIA,” even as the charge about the black site was shown to be untrue. 

It's never about advancing women's careers and causes, it's all about the left getting and keeping power.

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:11pm EDT

Our good friend Dr. Ted Noel joined us again. We thought after his penetrating analysis of Hillary Clinton's many physical maladies during the presidential campaign that he would happily fade back into obscurity. Were we ever wrong! First Hillary is still alive (barely) and kicking on the political scene. In addition, Nancy Pelosi is losing it, particularly on the screen. And Supreme Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg is clearly on the edge. Is she really up to remaining on the court? When it comes to medical issues of politicians, Dr. Ted is our go-to guy. And it appears that it's going to continue to be a target rich environment, so he'll have plenty of work for the future. Heaven knows that the Congress is getting any younger.  

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Category:general -- posted at: 4:47pm EDT

We're all somewhat skeptical about Q anon. However, his last post seems to nail. Red Castle - Green Castle. A reference to the Army Corps of Engineers and the building of the wall, countdown started.

Further proof that rumors of 18k plus sealed indictments are false. The numbers just aren't there. If you know better then show me the way. Sealed cases are certainly a matter of concern in the Federal Courts. There's been an undeniable trend towards more and more sealed cases over the past decade. But there could be reasons for the rise and we need more information about them. However, my inquiry to the DOJ seeking an explanation was rebuffed. 

Finally, a shocking discovery. Almost all the criminal cases filed in the US District Court in San Diego dealt with Hispanics. Reading the first 50-60 cases on the docket report showed that there were very few non-Hispanics indicted during recent months. It's probably not too much of a stretch to assume that the vast majority were visiting the US illegally. This should say something about the need for the wall. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 2:26pm EDT

In an era when traditional investing yields meager results,  Craig Cecilio has found a better way. His fund uses crowd source funding to help develop good cash-flowing projects off the drawing board and into development. It's a highly niche based segment of real estate funding, but it has achieved incredible results. Technology can help you achieve higher returns, when it's done right. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:22pm EDT

It's no secret that the financial sector has expanded at a near geometric pace, along with the debt burden. While it's great for the big banks, it's come at the expense of society as a whole and individuals have taken it on the chin. Low cash levels and liquidity will bring down the household sector. Banks always want to sell more, regardless of the customer's best interest. They're never held to account and this cannot end well. The business model of ABS Always be Selling will result in a major deflationary bust. But no one wants to believe, yet. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:13pm EDT

It's no secret that certain aspects of the reform effort of Dodd Frank Act have been very injurious to the economy, especially if you're looking to buy a new home. That's about to change. New pending legislation will make it easier for small banks to extend mortgages to deserving borrowers and it will be cheaper to these banks to comply with the law. Too Big to Fail Banks will still be subject to stricter regulation. Sounds like a winner. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:30pm EDT

Just when you thought it was over, Trump is winning. The wall is going to be built. China just came to the table with trade concessions. North Korea appears to be malleable and will perhaps give up their nukes. Dodd Frank has been rolled back! Trump is prevailing on so many fronts that his opponents don't even know where to turn. If this is what losing is all about, then let's keep it going. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:28pm EDT

Branding expert Karen Leland believes that even if CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn't certain yet of all the facts, his next steps, or even how Facebook has determined to proceed, there is still a necessity for him to be seen, heard and above all communicate that he gets the critical nature of the situation. If she were coaching Zuckerberg, she'd would advise him, or any other CEO facing a PR disaster, to get ahead of the game by doing the following four things: express concern, apologize, commit to finding the facts, and present a next action. Zuckerberg needs some major media mentoring to learn how to connect and communicate. Until the culture gets fixed, the solution will remain elusive. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:27am EDT

Thanks to all for your kind wishes and thoughts. My sister passed peacefully Tuesday afternoon. Remember every breath is sacred. 

Supposedly there’s over 18000 sealed indictments waiting to be unsealed to send the Clinton Cabal and the deep state off to Gitmo. Wouldn’t that be great?  But as a recovering Attorney I know something about legal research and the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. It’s possible but there’s zero proof so far that it’s actually happening. We need more info and I’m trying to get it. Until there’s proof, don’t believe a word. It’s all conjecture and speculation. Until they actually do “lock her up,” we won’t know for sure. 

 

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:55pm EDT

As a former Canadian, Sally C. Pipes knows from where she speaks. Her new book The False Promise of Single--Payer Health Care artfully spells it all out. 

While analysts believe a government takeover of the U.S. health care system has never looked more plausible. Support for the idea is at an all-time high, according to Gallup. Two-thirds of Democratic voters favor “single-payer” health care; even one in four Republicans is on board. But take a look at the United Kingdom's single-payer system, for instance, which is in appalling turmoil. Most would agree that it would be foolish to import that failed model.
 
In The False Promise, you’ll learn:
• What “single-payer” really means;
• That if single-payer were to take hold in the U.S., private insurance coverage would be outlawed;
• That 160 million people - roughly half the population - would lose their private employer-based coverage;
• About the single-payer nightmares in the UK and Canada;
• That the supposedly “free” care offered by countries like Canada comes at an extremely high cost;
• About “illegal” private clinics in Canada where one alone performs 60,000 surgeries per year on patients who choose to pay for their own care; and
• That the Canadian single-payer system doesn’t cover dental care, vision care, long-term care, or prescription drugs as many of the current proposals in the U.S. cover.

The UK’s NHS (National Health Service) has rationed care for decades. But wait times and delays have gotten markedly worse in recent months. The NHS recently canceled 55,000 non-urgent operations in order to cope with heightened demand during the winter flu season. Some hospitals have also cancelled urgent procedures for patients with conditions like cancer and heart disease. Last month, nearly 15 percent of emergency-room patients had to wait more than four hours to be seen by a physician.
 
Furthermore, in 2017, the NHS announced that anyone who was overweight or a smoker would be denied nonurgent surgery - rationing, pure and simple. Other recent policies required patients to be in varying degrees of pain, while some clinical commissioning groups had imposed bans on surgery for several months to save money.
 
To call this situation "universal healthcare," as single-payer defenders always do, is simply absurd. In 2017, the average wait in Canada from seeing a primary care doctor to getting treatment by a specialist was 21.2 weeks. No amount of money can fix a system in which government bureaucrats, and not markets, determine how to distribute healthcare resources. And Canada and the UK aren’t outliers; whenever governments try to overrule the laws of supply and demand, the results are rationing, shortages, and runaway costs.

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:58am EDT

Frosty has bicycled around the traveling to over 100 countries and 6 continent. And he's returned with a message. Over population is a major threat to the world and the US. If things keep going the way they are we'll have over 438 million people by 2050. The third world is adding 80 million people per year. The numbers are absolutely staggering and unsustainable. Our 35 most populous cities will double within 30 years. California will have nearly 60 million people. Frosty believes the problem can be solved if we all become aware. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:20am EDT

John R. Lott joined us again for a look at the Parkland massacre. While it's nice to believe that with the simple passage of a law, such events will never happen again; the reality is quite different. John first proposed arming school officials back in 1998 and was met with universal shock and alarm. Even the NRA opposed it. What a difference 20 years can make. The absence of firearms, the definition of a gun free zone, only makes such targets more attractive. It's time to wise up. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:58am EDT

Has the tech stock romp turned into a stomp? Tech stocks are sinking. Facebook has been called out by Snowden as a surveillance site masquerading as a social network. It's good to be like, isn't it? Heckla mining just made a major acquisition, a bullish trend is starting. More junior acquisitions on the way. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:30am EDT

Another case of life imitating FSN. We predicted round 2 of the Trump tax cuts in December 2017, long before anyone else! And sure enough, Trump has done it, he's doubling down on success. The legacy media just doesn't understand how he works. And hopefully they never will. 

Q anon (the intelligence insider who has make nearly 1000 posts) has been busy at work. Even if half of what he says isn't true, which has not been the case, there's some amazing things happening. Could FBI Deputy Director McCabe be part of a plan to purge the deep state? Can we really trust Sessions and Wray? What's going to happen next? 

Finally, there's a Frito-Lay shortage in NYC due to another globalist plot to screw the working man. PepsiCo cut driver pay by 1/3 and can't understand why they're quitting in droves. Bean counters should be forbidden from managing anything other than a lemonade stand. Don't get us wrong, some of our best friends are accountants, but their role should be to make sure financial controls are obeyed and to count the left over beans at the end of the year. That's it!

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Category:general -- posted at: 10:55am EDT

Having helped grow several billion dollar companies while at Sequoia, Warren Hogarth knows exactly what separates good companies from great ones. Now, as a founder, he's quite literally putting his skills to the test in building Empower - a personal finance app recognized by Time Magazine as one of the Best Apps of 2017.

Warren says that the ultimate goal, explains is to have Empower be able to fully replace your bank’s app.“ We want to help you take action to get ahead – without you having to exit the app, go to your bank app, remember you password, move money around…[with Empower] from one place, you have control of everything,” he says. 

And over 200,000 current app users seem to agree. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:38pm EDT

MORE Great News for America...

  • explains why the polls in 2016 were wrong and why presidential approval ratings and other polls are still wrong today;
  • predicts the end (the complete shutdown!) of the Democratic Party in the near future;
  • predicts the split of the Republican Party into two parties – the Conservative Party and the Republican Progressive Party; and
  • predicts the coming of an era of conservative enlightenment that includes four big religious and cultural trends in America:
    • Return to faith in God
    • Renaissance of reason
    • Restoration of education
    • Rebirth of morality, freedom, peace and prosperity

 

According to Dr. Lameiro, it’s an exciting and hope-filled time to be alive. Rather than lamenting dismal times ahead as many pundits do, he argues persuasively that America has entered a new conservative era. He predicts that there will be a rebirth of morality in government; that we will see a return to more individual freedom; that we will witness peace with other nations as well as peace within America, resulting in a level of economic prosperity greater than ever before seen in the history of the world. 

 

MORE Great News for America brings us up to date on where America stands using Dr. Lameiro’s long-range presidential election models to include his latest dynamic electoral models. And his ever-growing radio audience appreciates that Dr. Lameiro avoids the jargon of specialists, preferring to speak in direct, straight-forward, and commonsense language.

 

In his previous book, “Great News for America,” Dr. Lameiro made ten bold and surprising predictions - nine of which have already come to pass. Building on his solid track record, in MORE Great News for America, he makes eight new, powerful predictions that will no doubt shock many readers and experts alike, which include some stunning revelations about the political parties and their future viability; the actual upcoming Congressional elections; the makeup of the new House of Representatives and Senate; and the outcome of the Trump agenda. He also looks ahead to the upcoming 2020 presidential election with an early forecast that might surprise many people who follow the conventional wisdom. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:06am EDT

Al Caicedo believes that there's probably more good economic news on the way. There's always variables and unknowns, but with real unemployment at 8.1%, there's plenty of room for better numbers. Wage growth has been slow, but the workforce participation rate has been ticking up. With a tight job market, wages could start going up. The tax cut should be putting more money in workers pockets. As always there's winners and losers, but there are certainly more winners than losers. Corporate tax cuts should lead to higher wages and more jobs. How will they use that money?

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Category:general -- posted at: 10:17am EDT

Jordan believes that we're in the midst of a trade war. Is China in a better position than the US? We will soon see. Mexico and Canada are making noises, but they're not in a position to win. The US has all the leverage. The tax cuts have had a very positive impact on the economy. Small business is booming. Big corporations are getting the windfall and higher cash flow. Corporate buybacks are flourishing. Because the business tax cuts are permanent, there's confidence in the future. But the debt continues to grow. And interest rates will rise. This puts investors in a bind, especially if you're invested in long term treasuries. But there's help on the way. Get ready for Phase 2 of the Trump Tax Cuts. 

Go to Jordan's special page for FSN community members (click here)

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:25pm EDT

According to attorney Noel H. Flasterstein, the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., has thrust gun rights into the midterm campaign, scrambling traditions in both parties as the debate shifts toward firearms restrictions.

Polls show solid support for stricter laws, especially after mass shootings. But there is also deep disagreement, staunch opposition and growing disenchantment with gun control. Why and what is the next step? 

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Category:general -- posted at: 10:24am EDT

The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is warning of an upcoming banking crisis in numerous countries. But we're all really in it together. Where goes one, goes all. From a risk management perspective it's a disaster waiting to happen. This time really is different. The longer it goes on, the more false confidence and the greater the eventual crash will be. Stay tuned!

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