Ed Koch Commentary: The Need for a Federal Czar to Oversee the Development of the Nation’s Oil Reserves By EDWARD I. KOCH

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Legislation to Fingerprint Food Stamp Recipients      Ethanol is produced from some agricultural products.  It is a form of alcohol which is added to regular gasoline in order to make us less reliant on foreign supplies of oil, from which gasoline is derived. The subsidy to create ethanol was first provided 30 years ago and ended December 31, 2011 when Congress …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: The Need for a Federal Czar to Oversee the Development of the Nation’s Oil Reserves By EDWARD I. KOCH

Trend Alert: The Celente Solution – The 21st Century “Global Game Changer”

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KINGSTON, NY — August 2, 1022 — After reading the newly-released Summer Trends Journal, no responsible journalist will be able, in good conscience, to paint Gerald Celente again as a purveyor of “Pessimism Porn,” a “gloom and doomer,” or an “alarmist.” (click to access) Celente will continue to make clear that “Happy Days” will not soon be here again. He …

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Trend Alert: Collapse – It’s Coming; Are You Ready? By GERALD CELENTE

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KINGSTON, NY — Everything is not all right. And things are going to get worse… much worse. The economy is on the threshold of calamity. Wars are spreading like wildfires. The world is on a razor’s edge. Not so, say world leaders and mainstream media experts. Yes, there are problems, but the financiers and politicians are aware of them. Policies …

eHeziTrend Alert: Collapse – It’s Coming; Are You Ready? By GERALD CELENTE

Current Commentary: If Things Are Getting Better, Why Are We So Miserable? BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

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You have heard by now that the recession is officially over. Do you feel like celebrating? Probably not. This week’s announcement from theNational Bureau of Economic Research confirmed what we already knew, which is that the Great Recession has been over for quite a while – officially, now, since June 2009. The downturn that began in November 2007 therefore lasted 18 months, …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: If Things Are Getting Better, Why Are We So Miserable? BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

Current Commentary: A 100-Year Promise (Picture Frame Not Included) BY Larry M. Elkin

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Not long ago, I paid $25 at an antiques store to buy an old $1,000 bond that now hangs, framed, in our office in Scarsdale, N.Y. The beautifully engraved bond was issued by the Lehigh Valley Terminal Railway Company, a newly organized subsidiary of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, on Oct. 1, 1891. It recites that the railroad “acknowledges itself indebted …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: A 100-Year Promise (Picture Frame Not Included) BY Larry M. Elkin

New York Civic: Hot Air – Albany, NYC, Syracuse BY HENRY J. STERN

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 Budget Deadlock – Day 99 Heat Wave – Who Invented Air Conditioning?  Barrett, on Albany Strife, Criticizes Paterson Vetoes as Unjustified Pessimism on Funding of Medicaid NEW YORK, NY, July 9, 2010 — A great deal of what has been going on in Albany for years is confusing to most people. Media reports shed some light on events, but do …

eHeziNew York Civic: Hot Air – Albany, NYC, Syracuse BY HENRY J. STERN