AmmoLand.com Friday, March 29, 2013 USA –(Ammoland.com)- One source the civilian market particularly looks at is for cartridge casings, and in a time of high demand, having them available for reloading ammunition becomes a significant interest. One of the prime suppliers for expended brass is the military, so their compliance with appropriations requirements and... »
Archive for March, 2013
AmmoLand.com Friday, March 29, 2013 NEWTOWN, Conn –(Ammoland.com)- The National Shooting Sports Foundation today strongly objected to the last-minute reversal of the U.S. government position regarding the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty. In the closing hours of negotiations on Thursday, March 28 213, the government abandoned its previous insistence that the treaty be approved... »
Stephen Lendman Activist Post.com Saturday, March 30, 2013 On March 29, Cyprus Mail said banks opened Thursday. They did so amid calm. Long lines queued. People waited patiently. A feared stampede didn’t materialize. Whether it’s the calm before the storm remains to be seen. Looting Cypriot bank accounts reflects the new normal. It set... »
Jonathan Weil ZeroHedge.com 03/30/2013 Suddenly it should be dawning on a lot of Europeans that deposit-guarantee limits matter. In Slovenia, the maximum is 100,000 euros per depositor, the same as in Cyprus. (Deposit- insurance programs vary among the 17 countries that use the euro.) For a few days last week, it looked as if... »
Trader Alert: REITS Trigger FED Warning as American Capital Buys $100 Billion of Mortgages, US Savings Rate Near Record Low, Per Capita Disposable Income Almost Back To December 2006 Level, Citigroup Is Selling Synthetic Securities That Yield 13% To 15% Annually – Based On Credit Derivatives! And Cyprus Crisis Just Lit The Fuse!
Investmentwatchblog.com March 30th, 2013 REITS trigger FED warning as American Capital buys $100 billion of mortgages REITs bought more than $100 billion of government-backed mortgage securities in 2012, the most since at least the credit crisis, and will purchase another $60 billion in 2013, JPMorgan Chase & Co. estimated this month. Fed Governor Jeremy... »
Joe Weisenthal BusinessInsider.com Mar 30 2013 If you haven’t had a chance to read it yet, take some time this weekend reading Matthew Boesler’s interview with Bernd Lucke, the German professor who is is leading an insurgent movement called Alternative für Deutschland (Alternative For Germany) which advocates an end to the Eurozone. A key... »
State grants Secret Service vast new powers: Soon will be able to enforce Obama gun laws without sheriffs’ help…(Colorado!!)
by JACK MINOR WND.com 3-29-2012 A bill is heading to Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s desk that Republican lawmakers say would give members of the Secret Service broad arrest powers in the state and could provide a framework for federal agents eventually to enforce gun restrictions. “This is absolutely insane,” Rep. Lori Saine, R-Dacono, said.... »
RT.com March 29, 2013 Law enforcement intelligence-processing fusion centers have long come under attack for spying on Americans. The Arkansas director wanted to clarify the truth: centers only spies on some Americans – those who appear to be a threat to the government. In trying to clear up the ‘misconceptions’ about the conduct of... »
By Michael TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com March 29th, 2013 What would you do if you woke up one day and discovered that the banksters had “legally” stolen about 80 percent of your life savings? Most people seem to assume that most of the depositors that are getting ripped off in Cyprus are “Russian oligarchs” or “wealthy European... »
Only A Fool Would Rationalize The Notion That The USA Is Immune To A Financial Crisis, As Has Occurred Throughout History To Many Successful Nations And Empires.
Investmentwatchblog.com March 29th, 2013 Most, if not all of financial crisis were the result of government mismanagement. No nation in recorded history has abused their currency as we have and not suffered severe consequences. It is human nature to think “it will never happen to you.” 40% of every printed dollar is borrowed 60%... »