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Consumer confidence falls unexpectedly in May

My Grandmother, a feisty old broad, had a saying for this, “Like a cat trying to cover up on linoleum.” Ever seen it? The Lame Stream Media are trying (very), but don’t you agree the word “unexpectedly is just about worn out?

And this is unexpected?
“Consumers are considerably more apprehensive about future business and labor market conditions as well as their income prospects,” said Lynn Franco, director of The Conference Board Consumer Research Center. She said fears over inflation picked up again in May.

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Is the American Dream dead? How free is America’s economy? Check out the 2011 Index of Economic Freedom for all the answers.


Now that the heirs of Mussolini’s and Hitler’s Socialism have been temporarily muzzled, we have the opportunity to consign their lust for control of the American People to the dustbin of history just like their Fascistic  forebears.


Imagine being able to buy some gold just about anywhere. Now Town Center Mall in Boca Raton, Florida, is the first in the U.S. to have a gold dispensing machine. The German developed machine has proven its popularity in Europe and the Middle East over the last year, possibly in response to the political popularity if the “Zimbabwe School of Economics” (also known as Quantitative Easing) policies among the political class.

Oscar Mayer Congressman (Anthony Weiner, D,NY) call your office!

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What the Federal Reserve is up to, and how we got here.

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