Articles Archive for July 2011
Towards the end of June, the International Energy Agency (IEA) announced a plan to release 60 million barrels of oil to combat the high prices brought on by the Libyan crisis. That’s about 2 million barrels a day since June 23. It looks like prices have already hit bottom, and most think the cheap gasoline and diesel fuel will not last. I think this could be a dress rehearsal for this time next year, just before the 2012 elections–but what do I know?
Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com
Greece is back in the news again because it voted for tax hikes and government cuts to pay back the greedy bankers. It has been widely reported that this simply buys time. Many experts say Greece will default in time because the debt is simply too great. Speaking of debt, there is a battle raging between Democrats and Republicans over raising the debt ceiling some $2.4 trillion.