CHiBama Politics –
I’m glad Michelle Malkin is staying on top of the apparent Obama Administration’s attack on Inspectors General who get too close truth.
By Michelle Malkin • July 1, 2009 08:50 AM
Watchdogs are an endangered species in the Age of Obama. The latest government ombudsman to get the muzzle: Amtrak inspector general Fred Weiderhold. The longtime veteran employee was abruptly “retired” last month –just as the government-subsidized rail service faces mounting complaints about its meddling in financial audits and probes.
Question the timing? Hell, yes.
On June 18, Weiderhold met with Amtrak officials to discuss the results of an independent report by the Washington, D.C. law firm, Willkie, Farr & Gallagher. The 94-page report has been made publicly available through the office of whistleblower advocate Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa)….Continue Reading
Larry Sinclair still truckin –
Congratulations Larry Sinclair!
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
…Today I shipped out the very first copy of
BARACK OBAMA & LARRY SINCLAIR
Cocaine, Sex, Lies & Murder?
The completed Book is spaced 1.5 just like every other book of its type. The font in this book is the exact same size as that of Bernie Goldberg’s book. The layout of the book was done to make it easy and comfortable to read.
Today is a a milestone for us. …Continue Reading
We cannot continue to spend and print money like there are no consequences.
Melinda Peer, 07.01.09, 04:30 PM EDT
As the weakened dollar struggles, gold and silver prices have nowhere to go but up.
Gold is hardly an underappreciated asset, given the weakened state of the global economy. But with analysts anticipating the U.S. dollar‘s declining strength, investors may want to consider carving out more room for gold in their investment portfolios.
Severely weakened by the global economic crisis, the U.S. dollar’s near-term direction remains under debate but analysts seem to agree that longer term, the currency will emerge worse for the wear. Larry Hatheway, an economist at UBS, expects the dollar to stabilize and strengthen marginally throughout the rest of the year as U.S. stimulus efforts improve the country’s prospects for growth. In coming years, however, Hatheway sees government spending weighing on the dollar and additional pressure coming from currencies slated to benefit from improved global growth such as the Chinese renminbi and “the commodity currencies:” the Canadian and Australian dollars….Continue Reading
Support Freedom – Boycott General Motors and Chrysler