Monthly Archive:: July 2010

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What is it?

By James Howard Kunstler Guest writer for Greg Hunter’s The New York Times ran a story of curious import this morning: “Mel Gibson Loses Support Abroad.” Well, gosh, that’s disappointing.  And just when we needed him, too. Concern over this

Banking Disaster Largely Ignored By Mainstream Media

By Greg Hunter’s  Last week, bank failures quietly passed the 100 milestone for the year.  I say “quietly” because the bank failure story has gone largely unreported or, at least, under-reported by the mainstream media.  Just to give you an

Government Dodges Dire Gulf Claims

By Greg Hunter’s   Last week, guest writer James Howard Kunstler wrote a compelling and controversial article on this site called, “What If He’s Right.”  It was about shocking comments made by veteran oil analyst Matthew Simmons in an interview about

Irrational Exuberance to Unusually Uncertain

By Greg Hunter’s   The decade of the 1990’s is America’s modern day equivalent of the Roaring 20’s.  Back then, we were making great strides in productivity.  We had near full employment, the government had a surplus of cash and the

What If He’s Right?

By James Howard Kunstler Guest Writer for Greg Hunter’s         Just when America was celebrating the provisional end of BP’s Macondo oil blowout, and getting back to important issues like Kim Kardashian’s body-suit collection, along comes Matthew Simmons

More on the Dollar

 By Greg Hunter’s  I wanted to do a little more on the coming plight of the U.S. dollar.  I received this comment from a reader named Billhopen who wrote, “Inflation???  you go to lengths quoting Karl Denninger (Market Ticker) who

Inflation Nation

By Greg Hunter’s   I have been saying for months the path the country will ultimately take will be the inflation path.  Yes, I know we have had some deflationary signs in the past.  The financial meltdown of 2008 would have

Media Spin Will Not Stop the Coming Downturn

By Greg Hunter’s    There is hardly a day goes by I don’t hear some spin about the economy and how the so-called “recovery” is progressing.  Last week’s job numbers is a classic example.  It seems the jobless claims fell to

A Nasty Email Says I Don’t “Get It”

By Greg Hunter’s    I got this rather nasty email from a reader who identified himself with only an email address.  So, I am going to identify this person with the first part of the address, which is Jdavidm24.  Here is

Two Stories that Should Scare the Heck Out of You

By Greg Hunter’s    I was sitting here trying to find a way to wrap up the week and then, like a bolt of lightning, an idea hit me.  Gold expert Jim Sinclair sent me this story: “Federal Budget Deficit Hits

“Myths” Paul Krugman Does Not Want To Talk About

  By Greg Hunter’s  I have been telling you for months there is going to be a double dip in the economy.  Nobel Prize Winning economist Paul Krugman also thinks the economy is so bad we need to keep on stimulating

Greg Hunter On The Edge With Max Keiser

By Greg Hunter’ I was interviewed by Max Keiser in Europe last week.  For the 4th of July holiday on Monday the 5th, I am posting part three of a three part interview. 

Another Sign on the Road to a Devalued Dollar

By Greg Hunter’s The President gave a speech on immigration reform yesterday.  One of the most outrageous things the President said, “The southern border is more secure today than at any time in the past 20 years.” Please, Mr. President,