Daily Archives: March 16, 2017

Sabbatical Day 58

Continued reading FED UP.  A must read if you want to understand how clueless Greenspan, Bernanke and Yellen were during the housing bubble. Spoke at the campaign kickoff of Mike Crispi for Morris County Freeholder.   Mike could have a … Continue reading






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Trump’s Budget a First Step Towards De-Politicizing Science

The Trump Administration has released its proposed 2018 budget, and within it are some things worth cheering. Source: Trump’s Budget a First Step Towards De-Politicizing Science






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Does Trump Understand Ramifications of New Techniques and New Industries?

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When the CIA Partied with LSD on the Taxpayers’ Dime

“Perhaps one of the more interesting aspects of the Trump administration has been the way that the CIA and the American intelligence establishment has come under public scrutiny in a way not seen for decades.” Source: When the CIA Partied … Continue reading






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Most Overvalued Stock Market On Record — Worse Than 1929?

“Stock Market Most Overvalued On Record — Worse Than 1929? Given the scale of the risks facing investors today, it is prudent to increase allocations to gold…” Source: Most Overvalued Stock Market On Record — Worse Than 1929? – GoldCore … Continue reading






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Chris Christie’s criticism of Paul Fishman: It’s easy for him to say that – now | Mulshine

“Chris Christie had a point when he criticized former U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman for questioning why Donald Trump asked him to resign; but the governor owes Fishman a lot for overlooking his role in the Bridgegate scandal.” Source: Chris Christie’s … Continue reading






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