RT & Michael Flynn: Is That The Case Mueller Is Going To Make?

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Authored by Alexander Mercouris via TheDuran.com, With every other attempt to put together a convincing Russiagate case having failed – the indictments against Manafort, Gates and Papadopoulos make no allusion to the collusion allegations at the heart of it, and the FBI has now admitted to Congressional investigators that it cannot verify the Trump Dossier, […]

Change is fearful but let the Zimbabweans soak it up

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Living south of the Limpopo makes any comment on Zimbabwe challenging. And with media reports tending towards scepticism and negativity around the new Zimbabwean president, it’s very easy to lose sight of what’s just happened in the country. The Dalai Lama says there are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. […]

Doug Casey On Why Race Will Break America Apart, Part II

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Via CaseyResearch.com, Today, Doug and I continue our conversation on why the U.S. could dissolve over time. Doug says the problems are all bubbling to the surface…and when the U.S. eventually breaks apart “it will not be peaceful.” (If you missed Part I, you can catch up right here.) Justin: What about political tensions? Because, […]

The Party's Over For Australia's $5.6 Trillion Housing Frenzy

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Early this month, we discussed whether the world’s longest running bull market – 55 years – in Australian house prices had come to an end. This was UBS’s view following the October 2017 monthly report on Australian house prices from CoreLogic suggested that measures to tighten credit standards and dissuade overseas buyers (especially Chinese in […]

Border dispute temporarily halts Canadian miner's operations in Burkina Faso

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Vancouver-based Indigo Exploration Inc. (TSXV: IXI) (FSE: INE) sent out a media statement saying that the Minister of Mines of Burkina Faso, Idani Oumarou, temporarily suspended access to the company’s Hantoukoura permit located close to the Niger border, approximately 300 kilometres east of Ouagadougou. According to the press release, Oumarou said his decision will be […]

The End Of The Age Of Benevolence

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Authored by Francis Marion of CanadianGunBlog.com, via Jim Quinn's Burning Platform blog, The history of democracy, Marxism and feminism is the history of the snake, which, being hungry for more, stalks its own tail and consumes itself. Some evenings I sit on the sofa in the family room with my teenage daughter and watch a […]

Trump Reportedly Tells Erdogan US Will Cease Arming Syrian Kurds

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Just after Putin hosted trilateral talks on Syria and the Middle East in Sochi involving Russia, Iran, and Turkey, President Trump spent part of his Friday after Thanksgiving on the phone with Turkey's Erdogan. While the two discussed Syria and other regional issues, it appears they broached the delicate and contentious topic of US support […]

Crystallex, Venezuela agree to settle $1.2 billion mine dispute

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Crystallex International Corp. and Venezuela agreed to settle a $1.2 billion dispute over the 2011 nationalization of a gold deposit in the South American nation. Ontario Superior Court Justice Glenn Hainey in Toronto approved the settlement on Friday after it was announced two days earlier through filings in Canada. Parts of the agreement remain sealed, including […]

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Gold CEO lashes out against his industry

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(Bloomberg) — A gold industry obsessed with containing costs and minimizing risks will find itself at the edge of a cliff by 2020 as supply tightens, according to one of the most profitable producers. Despite prices recovering from 2015 lows, the industry has been slow to reinvest in exploration or sustaining capital, Randgold Resources Ltd. Chief Executive […]

Detroit's Digital Divide: Low Income Citizens Build Their Own Internet

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The city of Detroit, in the U.S. state of Michigan, has experienced an impressive economic and demographic shift over the past 50-years. Deindustrialization coupled with depopulation has stripped the city of it’s economic strength cascading it into turmoil. Global competition from automakers shifted manufacturing jobs out of the area. As businesses left, communities decayed, inducing […]

Here's How Colin Kaepernick 'Celebrated' Thanksgiving

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Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick traveled to Alcatraz Island to participate in the Indigenous People’s Sunrise Gathering for Thanksgiving Thursday. As The Daily Caller's Amber Randall reports, the event, also called “Un-Thanksgiving Day,” took place on Alcatraz to remember the group of American Indians who took control of the island prison between 1969-1971 […]

$1 Trillion Norway Wealth Fund Sees "Red Flag" In Real Estate Market

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Back in September, we pointed out that assets managed by Norway’s sovereign wealth fund had surged to over $1 trillion after they made the controversial decision to increase their exposure to global equity bubbles (see: Norway Wealth Fund Assets Surge To Over $1 Trillion On Massive 70% Allocation To Equities).  The move has worked out […]

Why the commodity supercycle is favoring investors right now

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Source: Streetwise Reports   11/21/2017 Precious, base and energy metals are all benefiting from the commodity supercycle, says Louis James, editor of International Speculator, who also discusses his Golden Runway theory of price appreciation and talks about a handful of companies that he believes are on the rise. <!––> The Gold Report: Louis, would you talk […]

Silver miners’ Q3’17 fundamentals

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The silver miners’ stocks have really languished this year, grinding sideways to lower for months on end. This vexing consolidation has fueled near-universal bearishness, leaving silver stocks deeply out of favor. But once a quarter when earnings season arrives, hard fundamentals pierce the obscuring veil of popular sentiment. The silver miners’ recently-reported Q3’17 results reveal […]

Former Secret Service Agent Threatens To Reveal Details About Bill Clinton And Epstein's "Lolita Express"

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In a furious twitter exchange with a Clinton aide on Friday, former secret service agent Dan Bongino threatened to reveal new details about Bill Clinton’s 26 documented trips aboard notorious pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet, nicknamed the “Lolita Express." Bongino and former Hillary Clinton aide Nick Merrill started feuding after Merrill challenged Bongino’s claim that […]

Is $40 WTI Now More Realistic Than $60?

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Authored by Tsvetana Paraskova via OilPrice.com, The current rise in oil prices is more of a fear trade right now, driven by fear of what is going on in the Middle East, rather than a result of growing OPEC chatter or inventory reports, Todd Horwitz, chief strategist at Bubbatrading.com, told Bloomberg on Wednesday. “The oil […]