Congressmen Press the U.S Mint for Action on Counterfeit Gold and Silver Coins

Washington, DC (October 27, 2017) — Congressmen Alex Mooney (R-WV) and Frank Lucas (R-OK) today delivered a formal letter to the United States Mint and Secret Service, urging aggressive action on the growing problem of high-quality counterfeits of U.S. precious metals coins entering the country from China and elsewhere. “Enclosed herewith is a 1995 1 … Read more »

The Escalating War on Cash and What It Means For Metals

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By Clint Siegner, Money Metals Exchange Government bureaucrats, central bankers, and Wall Street executives all have their own reasons for hating the cash in your wallet. So, no surprise, they are working closely together to rid you of it. The war on cash is intensifying and bullion investors are wondering what the transition to a … Read more »

12 U.S. Intelligence Officials Tell Obama It Wasn’t Assad

Secretary of State John Kerry departs for a Sept. 6 trip to Europe where he plans to meet with officials to discuss the Syrian crisis and other issues. (State Department photo)

By Ray McGovern, a 27-year CIA veteran, who chaired National Intelligence Estimates and personally delivered intelligence briefings to Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, their Vice Presidents, Secretaries of State, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and many other senior government officials Editor Note: Despite the Obama administration’s supposedly “high confidence” regarding Syrian government guilt … Read more »

Russia Has Equipped Syria With Their Most Advanced Anti-Ship Missiles

Russia has sold Syria highly advanced rocket launchers, anti-aircraft missiles and anti-ship missiles.  In fact, the P-800 Yakhont anti-ship missiles that Russia has equipped Syria with are the most advanced anti-ship missiles that Russia has.  When the United States strikes Syria, they might be quite surprised at how hard Syria can hit back.  The Syrian … Read more »

Who Benefits From A War Between The United States And Syria?

Someone wants to get the United States into a war with Syria very, very badly.  Cui bono is an old Latin phrase that is still commonly used, and it roughly means “to whose benefit?”  The key to figuring out who is really behind the push for war is to look at who will benefit from … Read more »

Is The United States Going To Go To War With Syria Over A Natural Gas Pipeline?

Why has the little nation of Qatar spent 3 billion dollars to support the rebels in Syria?  Could it be because Qatar is the largest exporter of liquid natural gas in the world and Assad won’t let them build a natural gas pipeline through Syria?  Of course.  Qatar wants to install a puppet regime in … Read more »

Point-By-Point Rebuttal of U.S. Case for War In Syria

Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., sits before the committee he has served on for 28 years and led for the past four as he seeks confirmation as U.S. secretary of state, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Kerry, who is likely to face friendly questioning on a smooth path to approval, is President Barack Obama's choice to succeed Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton who is stepping down after four years as America's top diplomat. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

The American War Brief Is Extremely Weak The White House released a 4-page document setting forth its case for use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government. But as shown below, the case is extremely weak (government’s claim in quotes, followed by rebuttal evidence). “A preliminary U.S. government assessment determined that 1,429 people were killed in … Read more »

The UK Adopts a New Ambulance Chasing Rule: Should the USA?

Pioneering Reforms In The U.K For decades, commentators from across the political spectrum have argued the necessity of tort reform. Nuisance lawsuits tie up court systems, limit access for more serious cases and substantially cost average taxpayers. In response to these challenges, the U.K has finally taken action to curb law firms that specialize in … Read more »

Cold Contrast: U.S. and Russia Far Apart On Gay Issues

The LGBT community in the U.S. celebrated a significant victory on June 26 when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a provision of the the Defense of Marriage Act that denies gay couples federal benefits. That same day, the Federation House in Russia (the functional equivalent of the U.S. Senate) overwhelmingly approved a bill that … Read more »

Senate Approves Internet Tax: What Next?

The internet is a free platform where commerce thrives. Many credit this to the fact that no country controls or taxes it…yet. Last fall, we reported the United Nation’s closed-door meeting in Dubai to discuss controlling the internet. Along with PIPA and SOPA, the convention’s aim to control the internet failed. Regardless, nobody, including the … Read more »

Chemical Weapons in Syria?

Ok, let me see if I have this straight… Muammar Gaddafi was killed in Libya, thanks to US-backed (and Al-Qaeda associated, I might add) rebels. Gaddafi was found to be hiding chemical weapons (source), which the “rebels” (excuse me, “new government”) took control of. Libya’s new rulers have offered weapons to Syrian rebels (source) The … Read more »

After The Banksters Steal Money From Bank Accounts In Cyprus They Will Start Doing It EVERYWHERE

Cyprus is a beta test.  The banksters are trying to commit bank robbery in broad daylight, and they are eager to see if the rest of the world will let them get away with it.  Cyprus was probably chosen because it is very small (therefore nobody will care too much about it) and because there … Read more »