Trump is surrounded by Neo-Conservative swamp creatures. Dr. Dave Janda welcomes Eric Dubin to Operation Freedom for a gut check on Trump’s first 100 days in office. It’s not pretty…
The economy is rolling over. The warning signs are there but very few look for them or want to see them. But it’s a dynamic in which once you see it you can’t “unsee” it.
Fund manager Dave Kranzler joins “Doc” and Eric Dubin to discuss the agressive management of precious metals markets. This month, Comex silver open interest rocketed past 230,000 contracts as the cartel created new short issuance to match-up against persistent interest among speculators to get long. The market finally cracked and the cartel has been taking a victory lap and covering their shorts and closing out positions, with Comex OI dipping below 200,000 contracts for the first time in many days. Kranzler opines on these dynamics and places them into a bigger picture context of very strong worldwide demand. If you’re in need of a review, click here to catch last week’s show with Craig Hemke for a description on how the shorting operation works. Tune into this week’s show, below:
When spies and data mining operations come to The News Doctors, they’re visible. This one hit at around midnight, Eastern Standard Time and reviewed all the tag-associated posts and other things. At times, there were over 12 individual sessions. Since you folks in Ashland Virginia have taken such a shine to The News Doctors today, here’s your weather report. Crystal clear. Perfect for data mining games, huh?
Are Wikileaks and other similar organizations “hostile foreign agencies,” as CIA Director Mike Pompeo asserted recently? He’s looking at a way to punish media organizations for telling their readers the truth while being able to avoid going after the mainstream media companies that publish materials provided by Wikileaks. It is all about stripping some organizations and individuals from First Amendment protection. Don’t miss this exclusive Ron Paul Liberty Report with Wikileaks Founder, Julian Assange:
Former UK Independence Party Leader Nigel Farage notes Emmanuel Macron will experience fading support as the focus on his “vacuous” policy positions versus sharp contrast with Le Pen will weaken his candidacy. Suggests Macron will nevertheless win but Le Pen will not pull just 40% as pundits suggest
The choice could not be more stark. In the second and final round of France’s presidential election voters have before them two candidates: Macron is an arch-Europhile and Le Pen is a Eurosceptic. This is truly momentous for France, Europe, and the Western world. CrossTalking with John Laughland and Pepe Escobar.
There is a desperate effort to block the truth which pervades all Western media, near total censorship of events occurring in Syria, claims Virginia State Senator Richard Black.
The United States and North Korea are hurling threats at one another. In Japan, the sale of bomb shelters is booming. And in South Korea, a country that has seen this all before and is typically nonplussed about a test or two, citizens are feeling a bit anxious. Could war really break out on the Korean…
The newly built “Silk Road Golden Bridge” in Beijing Olympic Park gets its lights tested on April 18, 2017, in preparation for the upcoming Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation that will be held from May 14 to 15. [Photo/VCG] Globalization stands at a crossroads, making it necessary for us to fully comprehend the trends…