Monthly Archives: January 2008

This Recession is Worse Than I Expected

  A while back I wrote the "chart" of the DJIA confirmed to me we were entering a recession.   That was about 800 points ago! I have based my last two years of bearishness on my real estate experience in … Continue reading

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Your 2008 Diet!

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Universal Health Care May Kill You!

I am not kidding.  Traditional medicine as practiced in America has become distorted because of the legal system. Specifically, the propensity of the legal profession to sue at any provocation.  The industry no longer even has the guts to police … Continue reading

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Iran Stops its Nuclear Weapons Program?

First, let me remind you I am a nuclear physicist by education.  Secondly, I worked nearly a decade in the defense industry.  For nearly 40 years, America and Russia worked hard on nuclear weapons.  Long after Hiroshima, Russia and America … Continue reading

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Homeland Security Follies #1

Protection alone won’t work This is the first of many Homeland security discussions.  It is my hope to get the reader to confront information presented by the media with an eye toward "will it work" First, let me say "Defense … Continue reading

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A Free Democracy? Rubbish

I have heard the United States referred to as a "free democracy".  Watching these election primaries and the eager spending of hundreds of millions of dollars, reminds me that this is "hardly "free.  Imagine yourself as a political candidate, and … Continue reading

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Burning Your Food

  I can’t help but notice people seem to complain a lot about the price of gas.  Yet no one says a word about food. Wheat prices are now $9.50 a bushel up 92% this year.  Corn is up about … Continue reading

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Vote for Change…WHY????

  I keep hearing Change is a theme in many political campaigns.  My problem is they never seem to say EXACTLY what it is they propose to change.  The only change we seem to agree on is George Bush leaving.  … Continue reading

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The Best President Money Can Buy

   So I see the politicians are spending around $200 a vote in Iowa.  This is up dramatically, from what Michael Bloomberg spent to become mayor of NY, which was around $105 per vote. So let’s see, 106 million voted … Continue reading

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Recession Time!

  I have been feeling like we were entering a recession but kept my mouth shut as neither the stock market or employment seemed to support my feeling. Well it looks like the "feeling" is winning.  The market (DIA) now … Continue reading

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