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James Comey Explains Why Mueller’s Russia Probe May Conclude Soon

‘Americans have awakened to the importance of the rule of law and the danger of its erosion’

by Shawn Langlois
Market Watch

‘The way you normally do investigations is you work from the bottom up, and so they’re getting pretty high. The plea and cooperation by Paul Manafort may represent we’re in the fourth quarter.’ – James Comey

That’s former Federal Bureau Investigation Director James Comey, who was fired by President Trump in May 2017, sharing his thoughts with St. Louis Public Radio about the status of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

Comey was referring to the conviction of Trump’s former campaign chair Paul Manafort, the fifth associate of the president’s to plead guilty in connection with the probe. Comey, however, acknowledged that he has no direct knowledge as to whether Mueller’s investigation is truly almost over.

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Faisal Al Mutar Fights Radical Islam with Western Bestsellers

from ReasonTV

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A Constructive Suggestion

by Theodore Butler
Silver Seek

Shortly after I posted publicly last week’s article, “Is the COT Report Still Valid?,” commentary on my article was posted by Chris Powell, from GATA, suggesting that I consider the possibility that JPMorgan may be operating in the silver and gold markets as an agent under orders from the US Government and not as a principal for its own account (as I believe). I want to thank Chris for offering his input and I’m not kidding when I say it’s much better for an article to generate interest than to be ignored.

Since I know this is a widely-held opinion, namely, that the US Government is behind the silver and gold manipulation, ostensibly to defend the dollar, I have always considered this to be a possibility and believe I have written about it previously.

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Will Rising Interest Rates Be the Pin That Pops the Everything Bubble?

from RonPaulLibertyReport

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Trump’s Hand-Picked Winners and Losers: China vs Canada, NAFTA Threats, and P&G

by Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock
Mish Talk

As a single country, China is the US’s largest trading partner but Canada is the largest export partner.

As Trump struggles to get a NAFTA deal going on account of Canada, the above chart puts things into perspective.

Canada is the US’s largest export partner. Moreover, when it comes to goods (as opposed to goods and services), the US consistently runs a trade surplus with Canada.

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Mike Maloney on the Coming Collapse and Preparing with Gold, Silver and Crypto

from The Dollar Vigilante

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Market Report: Softly, Softly, Catchee Monkey

by Alasdair MacLeod
Gold Money

The rally from recent lows continued, with gold up $14 from last Friday’s close in mid-morning European trade today (Friday) at $1208. Over the same timescale, silver gained 34 cents to $14.40. Both metals remain extremely oversold, with no signs of panic in the ursine community – yet. The next chart shows the net managed money position for gold on Comex.

[…] At net short 75,000 contracts, this is an inversion of futures market theory. The purpose of futures is to allow producers to sell production forward to lock in today’s prices. The buyers are meant to be speculators who take on the time risk producers seek to hedge. This is why speculators are normally net long, and the pecked line shows the average position at 111,000 contracts. The current market is at an extreme, and it is inconceivable that it can get materially more oversold.

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Gerald Celente – Economic 9/11: Gold, Guns and a Getaway Plan

from Trends Journal

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Rosenstein Proposed Secretly Recording Trump, Invoking 25th Amendment

from Zero Hedge

If this latest revelation from the New York Times doesn’t drive President Trump to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, or convince Congress to impeach him, then we can’t imagine what would.

In a shocking report citing a bevy of anonymous DOJ officials, the NYT recounted on Friday an aborted mutiny attempt organized by Rosenstein, who allegedly tried to organize members of Trump’s cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment to oust Trump from office. In an attempt to persuade the clearly reluctant members of Trump’s cabinet, Rosenstein suggested that he had taped Trump “to expose the chaos” he said was engulfing the West Wing. According to NYT, the sources were either briefed on Rosenstein’s plans, or learned about it from the files of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who was fired after being disgraced by an inspector general investigation. ABC News, which also reported the story, cited sources familiar with McCabe’s files.

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The Dinosaur Media Learns of its Own Extinction

from Corbett Report Extras

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Gold Exodus to Reverse

by Adam Hamilton
Zeal LLC

Investors have pulled much capital out of gold in recent months in a major mass exodus. Their sentiment waxed very bearish as gold was pounded lower by extreme record gold-futures short selling. The latest record stock-market highs also suppressed the perceived need for diversifying portfolios with gold. But this heavy investment gold selling is slowing, and should reverse sharply once stock markets roll over again.

Not too long ago in mid-June, gold was trading at $1302. It looked fairly strong for the summer doldrums, its weakest time of the year seasonally. But selling would soon return with a vengeance, pummeling gold 9.9% lower over the next 2.1 months into mid-August. That major slide leading into a late-summer low of $1174 certainly cast a dark pall over psychology, fueling surging bearishness that remains ubiquitous today.

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Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-Up September 21st, 2018

from Sprott Money

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Politicians Make the Promises – You and Your Children Pay for Them

by Gregory Bresiger

Democratic governments, almost all of them, are normally run by career pols. They have ravenous appetites for wealth. They almost always have big plans to expand the government, which means they always want more money. (I remember Hillary Clinton’s recent book, What Happened. Here she spoke about her plans for a presidency and said she likes “to think big”). Most popular governments, faced with money problems, will usually pretend they’re only after the wealth of the rich, but it is the great middle class that is bloodied.


In a typical democracy the first order of business of the pol is get elected. The second order is get re-elected.

Winning elections usually means making huge, sometimes insane, promises about creating or expanding programs. Here is an example.

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