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Euro-Crisis Goes Critical (i.e., Europe Falls Apart While I’m on Vacation)

Look at what happened while I was out to play! Here I was openly wondering, as I set off for a vacation, if my prediction was going to prove accurate about the European crisis going global sometime in October and taking the U.S. economy under. While I was on vacation, I deliberately avoided all news. […]


Greek Crisis Ain’t Over Till Fat Lady Sings

Well, the German fat lady (Chancellor Angela Merkel) did sing, but her song rang hollow, and she was unable to sustain the final note. That’s because Greek Prime Minister George Papandreuo, gave her a sucker punch during her final note. Papandreuo suddenly switched his part from leading man to playing the fool by doing something […]