Monthly Archive:: November 2012

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Weekly News Wrap-Up 11.30.12

By Greg Hunter’s  The two big issues, this week, are the U.S. debt deal and the Middle East.  The debt deal that everyone thinks was in the bag looks like it is nowhere near a done deal.  It all comes

Gold Higher by End of Year-Yra Harris

By Greg Hunter’s Yra Harris is called a “trader’s trader.”  He says the latest deal on Greek debt is just “pretend and extend. . . . The real problem is Spain because they’re big, they’re in debt and they have 27%

Climate of Fraud, Negligence, Incompetence and JP Morgan

By Greg Hunter’s  I was thinking about titling this post “Fire Jamie Dimon.”  I changed my mind because this article is much, much bigger than Mr. Dimon.  This is really an article about the current climate of fraud, negligence and

Gaza-Israel Fighting, Fiscal Cliff and Debt Ceiling to Infinity

Greg Hunter’s  Weekly News Wrap-Up 11/23/12 A cease-fire was announced earlier this week in the Gaza-Israeli conflict.  Fighting lasted longer than a week and claimed the lives of 140 Palestinians.  Israel counted five dead and more than a dozen wounded.  It

Hyperinflation and Complete Collapse – Nick Barisheff

By Greg Hunter’s  Asset manager Nick Barisheff says, “There’s never been a fiat currency in history that didn’t end in hyperinflation and complete collapse.”  Barisheff thinks that Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s most recent call to have an “unlimited debt ceiling”

Central Banks’ Gold Likely Gone-Eric Sprott

By Greg Hunter’s   Money manager Eric Sprott says, “The central banks’ gold is likely gone with no realistic chance of getting it back.”  Don’t expect this revelation to get any coverage by the mainstream media.  In an interview last week,

Donations Button

By Greg Hunter’s  During the past few months, I have had several people either comment or email asking if there was a way to support the site with a donation.  I have installed a “Donations” button at the top of

Weekly News Wrap-Up 11.16.12

By Greg Hunter’s  This week was dominated by news of former CIA Director General Petraeus’ affair that caused his abrupt resignation as head of the Central Intelligence Agency.  This dwarfs the coverage of the 9/11/12 terror attack in Benghazi, Libya,

Greg Hunter Interviewed on Financial Survival Network

By Greg Hunter’s  I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Kerry Lutz of the Financial Survival Network (FSN).  My motto is “Analyzing the news to give you a clear picture of what’s really going on.”  That’s just what we

The System Will Collapse, It Must Collapse-Chris Duane

Greg Hunter’s Chris Duane of says Hurricane Sandy should be a wakeup call for the entire country. Duane says, “The impact of a dollar collapse will be hundreds, if not thousands, of times more disruptive to life than a

Reality & Truth Divorced-James Howard Kunstler

Greg Hunter  Journalist/Author James Howard Kunstler says, “We have epochal divergence between reality and truth . . . When you divorce them from each other, you start to get a society that’s in trouble.”   Kunstler, who cut his teeth at

Weekly News Wrap-Up 11.9.12

By Greg Hunter’s  After $6 billion spent on this election cycle, we have nearly the exact same Republican controlled House and Democratic controlled Senate and, of course, Barack Obama won re-election.  Get ready for more gridlock.  I do think some

MSM Ignored Real Issues

Greg Hunter  It’s hard to believe how little Americans know about the real issues facing them after $6 billion was spent by both parties getting their message out (a record $2 billion for President alone).  I don’t blame the politicians

Sandy Damage-$150 to $250 Billion-Rick Ackerman

Greg Hunter’s Financial analyst and forecaster Rick Ackerman says Hurricane Sandy came at a time when “. . . the U.S. economy is in a mission critical status. . . . All of the positive effects of this spending are

Weekly News Wrap-Up 11.2.12

By Greg Hunter’s       Hurricane Sandy couldn’t have come at a worse time.  The U.S. economy appears to be contracting, and the fourth quarter holiday shopping season in the most populated area of the country has been interrupted.  Now, folks are