TO DO LIST

1)  Get caught up on emails.  With my computer working again, I have a lot of emails to answer.

2)  Things I keeping track of and need to blog about:


A)  Developments in Europe (financial crisis, naked short selling, etc)

B)  What is going on in financial markets (treasury market, stock market, gold market, etc)

C)  Arab world's unrest.  (other governments will fall)

D)  Update on ongoing food crisis.  (record drought in Texas, starvation/hunger around the world, etc…)

E)  How thing are spiraling out of control inside the white house.  (See The Ulsterman Reports)

F)  Growing Gunrunner scandal.  (See The Ulsterman Report: DEA Pointing Gunrunner Blame Toward Eric Holder?)

G)  State budget crisis and the municipal bond market.  (Hundreds of municipal downgrades are next)

H)  Ongoing environmental disasters (Fracking, BP oil spill, Fukushima, etc…).  Here is a good site to keep track of this.

I)  Facebook, for two reasons.  Its role in helping suppress democratic movements in Middle East (by sharing information with authoritarian government).  It is the latest Goldman Sach pump & dump scheme.

J)  China and the rising yuan.

K)  The deteriorating situation in America.  (flash robberies, etc)

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2 Responses to TO DO LIST

  1. karen says:

    L )Prepare yourself and your family for major food shortage's, Flash Mobs, social unrest at a massive level.

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