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Fox News’ Sean Hannity Lays Out Closing Argument For Election Day

“In my mind, tomorrow is an important day. The answer couldn’t be more clear. So if you’re in a swing state. If you’re in Florida. If you’re in Ohio. If you’re in Iowa, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada. If you’re in Maine’s second congressional district. North Carolina. We need you. It’s up to you. You can decide tomorrow to save America from the declining state it is in and stop this downward spiral. That’s what this election is about. Tomorrow night, if Hillary Clinton is elected, those who didn’t support Donald Trump, voted for Hillary, or NeverTrumper, I’m telling you right now. You own her Supreme Court. You own her unvetted refugees. You own her tax increases. You own her open borders. You own ObamaCare. And you own her ‘energy independence.’ You will own it.”

-Sean Hannity, American radio/TV show host, author, and conservative political commentator, on the Fox News TV show Hannity Monday night


“Sean Hannity: If Hillary wins, you own it”
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By Christopher E. Hill
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Tuesday, November 8th, 2016 Energy, Government, Health, Immigration, Legal, Political Parties, Taxes Comments Off on Fox News’ Sean Hannity Lays Out Closing Argument For Election Day

Peter Schiff: Obama, Fed Presided Over Phony Recovery, Sees ‘Major, Major Currency Crisis’ Coming

This past weekend, Peter Schiff, the CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, uploaded a new video to The Schiff Report on YouTube.com. Schiff, who correctly-called last decade’s housing crash and recent global economic crisis, noted that it had been a while since he released an entry to this vlog. As such, Schiff talked about a number of subjects. He advised viewers:

I think that we’re already in recession. It’s just that the Fed hasn’t acknowledged it yet. And one of the reasons that Janet Yellen is so reluctant to come clean and acknowledge how weak the economy is because number one, it undercuts President Obama, who’s going around the world claiming the United States has the strongest economy in the world when we’re, in fact, in recession. Even Europe is growing faster than the United States. Yet somehow President Obama wants to claim credit for saving the U.S. economy and producing all this non-existent growth. While the Federal Reserve doesn’t want to peddle fiction, in the words of President Obama. So it doesn’t want to basically undercut his message of an economic recovery by acknowledging that it’s over. And for the same reason the Fed doesn’t want to take the wind out of Hillary Clinton’s sails, because she wants to sail into the White House based on the prosperity that was supposedly created by President Obama. So Janet Yellen doesn’t want to undercut her message because she wants to run on four more years. And the Fed can’t admit that we’re back in recession. And also the Federal Reserve has already claimed credit for success. They want to pretend that their monetary policies created this real recovery. They don’t want to acknowledge it ended. So they have their own credibility on the line. They want to pretend that the economy is still recovering…

Meanwhile, I think it’s the United States that’s going to launch a whole new round of easing. I think they’re going to be lowering interest rates back to zero and launching QE 4. The only unknown is whether they’re going to do it before or after the election. And it depends on how quickly the economy or the markets unravel, because Yellen would rather have to come to the rescue of the economy before the election, because admitting that it needs rescuing is going to be a problem for Hillary Clinton and it’s going to help Donald Trump. And I know Janet Yellen does not want to see Donald Trump as the next President. So that is the fine line that she is trying to walk. Whether she admits the economy is weak enough and needs stimulus, or whether she puts the stimulus anyway because it’s so weak she’s worried about the economy being too deep in a recession when voters go to the polls. And in that case, the Federal Reserve simply has to come up with some kind of excuse to try and blame things on the global economy. But the problem is, the situation is already turning around in the global economy. The real problem in the global economy is the United States.

And if you look at the action in the markets, people are just starting to figure this out. But it’s still kind of like a deer in the headlight moment. I think a lot of traders, a lot of people who are managing money on Wall Street. They’ve been getting beaten up this year. A lot of the big players are losing a lot of money because they are positioned for the wrong outcome. Everybody has believed this narrative of a legitimate recovery, where the Federal Reserve will be normalizing interest rates. I’ve known all along that that was a farce. That the economy hadn’t recovered. That the Federal Reserve had in fact prevented a recovery. That the U.S. economy is actually in worse shape now than it was in 2008. So rather than a recovery, we actually got sicker. We just covered up some of the symptoms. But we have exacerbated all of the problems. And President Obama- he’s hasn’t presided over a recovery at all. He’s presided over a bigger bubble than his predecessor. And in fact, the economic disaster that awaits his successor, is going to be much bigger than the disaster he inherited from George Bush. And he spent the entire last eight years of his presidency blaming everything bad on Bush, and claiming that he got us out of that mess. Well, the reality is, he has gotten us into a much bigger mess. And whoever succeeds him is going to have to deal with it. It will be interesting though if its ends up being Hillary Clinton. Is she going to still blame the disaster on Bush, and just forget about the eight years of Obama, and try and blame the recession she is going to inherit as some kind of leftover, residual recession from the Bush years? As if President Obama had actually nothing to do with it, when his policies simply exacerbated all the problems. He just double-downed on the failed policies of Bush. But then he added a lot of other policies that were even worse. And that is why this so-called recovery has been the weakest recovery that we have ever had. And, in fact, if the truth were known. If the numbers weren’t cooked by artificially-low inflation rates, we would have a much weaker recovery or we’d have no recovery at all. But the people who are voting for Bernie Sanders or voting for Donald Trump- they are living in this recession. This phony recovery that President Obama and the Federal Reserve want to take credit for.

Schiff hasn’t deviated from his long-held belief of a coming dollar crisis. He warned viewers:

This is going to be a major, major currency crisis. And unfortunately, the currency crisis/economic crisis that’s coming- maybe it’ll start before Obama leaves office, just like the financial crisis blew up on the last year of the Bush administration. Or maybe it will be an inaugural present for Donald Trump or for Hillary Clinton. But this crisis that’s coming is going to be much worse, much worse, on an order of magnitude, kind of like a Richter scale-worse, than the financial crisis of 2008. Because the combination of bad fiscal policy and bad monetary policy, particularly monetary policy but also things like ObamaCare- all the things that the Federal Reserve and the federal government have done over the last seven or eight years have made the problem so much worse. Meanwhile, the debt has gotten so much bigger. The leverage has gotten so much bigger. The number of players, the financial markets, are so much more out-of-whack based on a false expectation of what is likely to happen. I mean, this is worse- these are bigger imbalances than we had leading up to the 2008 financial crisis. Fewer people are prepared for what’s going to happen. And when it does, it’s going to be a major economic upheaval, much worse than what we had in ’08 from the perspective of the average American… When you have a currency crisis, when the dollar is collapsing, when the cost of living is going up, and then people start to lose these part-time jobs- you lose your job and the cost of living goes up. This is going to be much worse.


“Gold and Currency Markets Expose U.S. Recovery Myth”
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Christopher E. Hill
Survival And Prosperity (www.survivalandprosperity.com)

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Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016 Bailouts, Bubbles, Crash Prophets, Currencies, Debt Crisis, Employment, Europe, Federal Reserve, Fiscal Policy, Government, Inflation, Interest Rates, Main Street, Monetary Policy, Political Parties, Recession, Recovery, Stimulus, Wall Street Comments Off on Peter Schiff: Obama, Fed Presided Over Phony Recovery, Sees ‘Major, Major Currency Crisis’ Coming

Signs Of The Time, Part 93

“Mandatory depression screening for all Americans”?

Just got wind of this “doozy” Monday afternoon from the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity. Former Texas congressman and two-time Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul wrote in his weekly column Sunday:

The United States Preventive Services Task Force recently recommended mandatory depression screening for all Americans. The task force wants to force health insurance companies to pay for the screening. Basic economics, as well as the Obamacare disaster, should have shown this task force that government health insurance mandates harm Americans…

Mandatory depression screening will not just raise insurance costs. In order to ensure that the screening mandate is being properly implemented, the government will need to create a database containing the results of the screenings. Those anti-gun politicians who want to forbid anyone labeled “mentally ill” from owning a firearm will no doubt want to use this database as a tool to deprive individuals of their Second Amendment rights.

If the preventive task force has its way, Americans could lose their Second Amendment, and possibly other, rights simply because they happened to undergo their mandatory depression screening when they were coping with a loved one’s passing or a divorce, or simply having a bad day. As anyone who has been mistakenly placed on the terrorist watch list can attest, it is very difficult to get off a government database even when the government clearly is in error. Thus, anyone mistakenly labeled as depressed will have to spend a great deal of time and money in what may be a futile attempt to get his rights back.

Mandatory depression screening will endanger people’s health by increasing the use of psychotropic drugs. These drugs often have dangerous side effects. Their use has even been linked to suicide. The fact that almost every mass shooter was on psychotropic drugs is another good reason to oppose any policy that will increase reliance on these medicines

(Editor’s note: Bold added for emphasis)

Disturbing. You can read Ron Paul’s piece in its entirety over on the Institute’s website here.

Christopher E. Hill
Survival And Prosperity (www.survivalandprosperity.com)

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Tuesday, February 9th, 2016 Firearms, Government, Gun Rights, Health, Main Street, Medicine, Signs Of The Time Comments Off on Signs Of The Time, Part 93

Peter Schiff: What’s Suppressing The Price Of Gold

The second installment of Peter Schiff’s Gold Videocast for 2015 is out on YouTube. And Euro Pacific Capital’s Schiff shared his thoughts about what’s been suppressing the price of gold these days. He told viewers:

ObamaCare forces employers to provide insurance for full-time employees. As a result, employers are hiring more part-time workers than they normally would. And that is substantially influencing these numbers. In fact, the real reason that we have such a low unemployment rate and we’re creating so many jobs, is because people are in effect sharing their job. We have a job sharing program…

Traders are ignoring all of the bad economic data that they should be focusing on, and instead just remaining fixated on the job numbers. And I think they are in position to be blindsided when the economy turns around…

So for now, it’s the false belief that the economy is strong, and that the Fed is going to raise rates- based on a misunderstanding of what the jobs’ numbers really mean- that is keeping a lid on the price of gold.

“False belief” plays an additional role in lower gold prices at this time, says Schiff. He added:

One other thing that is happening that should be lifting the prices of gold which is inflationary monetary policies all over the world. You know, more and more central banks are reducing their interest rates, launching their QE programs. Gold prices are rising in terms of those currencies. But the fact that everybody believes the dollar, the U.S. is going to be the lone holdout in the easy money parade- that is what’s keeping gold prices from really going ballistic…

I think we’re going to be leading that parade. Not only are we not going to raise interest rates or not raise them substantially- maybe we get a trivial rate hike although even there I think it’s more likely that we won’t. But we are going to be launching a new QE program- the Mother Of All QEs…

And when the markets realize this, then it’s going to be like taking the lid off the pressure cooker when it comes to the price of gold. And it’s going to be rising sharply. In the meantime, I continue to encourage people to accumulate as much physical gold and silver as they can before the rest of the financial community wakes up to this reality, and they’re rushing to buy these metals at much higher prices.


“Gold Videocast: America’s New ‘Job-Sharing’ Economy”
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Christopher E. Hill
Survival And Prosperity (www.survivalandprosperity.com)

(Editor’s note: I am not responsible for any personal liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence of the use and application, either directly or indirectly, of any information presented herein.)

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CBO: Updated 2014-2024 Budget Projections Show Substantially Rising Budget Shorfalls, Federal Debt

That idea that the U.S. could someday resemble a “banana republic” might not be too far off the mark. From the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office website today:

As it usually does each spring, CBO has updated the baseline budget projections that it released earlier in the year…

Between 2015 and 2024, annual budget shortfalls are projected to rise substantially—from a low of $469 billion in 2015 to about $1 trillion from 2022 through 2024—mainly because of the aging population, rising health care costs, an expansion of federal subsidies for health insurance, and growing interest payments on federal debt. CBO expects that cumulative deficits during that decade will equal $7.6 trillion if current laws remain unchanged. As a share of GDP, deficits are projected to rise from 2.6 percent in 2015 to about 4 percent near the end of the 10-year period. By comparison, the deficit averaged 3.1 percent of GDP over the past 40 years and 2.3 percent in the 40 years before fiscal year 2008, when the most recent recession began. From 2015 through 2024, both revenues and outlays are projected to be greater than their 40-year averages as a percentage of GDP (see the figure below)…

In CBO’s baseline projections, federal debt held by the public reaches 78 percent of GDP by 2024, up from 72 percent at the end of 2013 and twice the 39 percent average of the past four decades (see the figure below). As recently as the end of 2007, federal debt equaled just 35 percent of GDP

Such high and rising debt would have serious negative consequences. Federal spending on interest payments would increase considerably when interest rates rose to more typical levels. Moreover, because federal borrowing would eventually raise the cost of investment by businesses and other entities, the capital stock would be smaller, and productivity and wages lower, than if federal borrowing was more limited. In addition, high debt means that lawmakers would have less flexibility than they otherwise would to use tax and spending policies to respond to unexpected challenges. Finally, high debt increases the risk of a fiscal crisis in which investors would lose so much confidence in the government’s ability to manage its budget that the government would be unable to borrow at affordable rates…

(Editor’s note: Bold added for emphasis)

You can read the entire assessment and view the complete document on the CBO website here.

By Christopher E. Hill
Survival And Prosperity (www.survivalandprosperity.com)

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Monday, April 14th, 2014 Borrowing, Debt Crisis, Deficits, Demographics, Entitlements, Fiscal Policy, Government, Health, Interest Rates, Population, Spending Comments Off on CBO: Updated 2014-2024 Budget Projections Show Substantially Rising Budget Shorfalls, Federal Debt

ObamaCare Killed My Health Insurance Plan

From a letter I received in the mail this afternoon from my health insurance provider:

Changes are coming to the health insurance marketplace… The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is changing health insurance… You’ll need to enroll in a plan that includes all ACA requirements. We’ll give you information to help you choose a new plan.

Translation: ObamaCare killed your health insurance plan, Mr. Hill. Now go find another plan.

Which sucks, because it was a good plan that I worked really hard to find, and it was incredibly-reasonable in terms of cost. Dirt-cheap actually.

I’ve seen the projected costs of a new health insurance plan for me, and I think it’s pretty safe to say having to enroll “in a plan that includes all ACA requirements” is going to cost me a lot more than what I’m currently paying for such insurance.

“Hope and Change.” Change will be all that’s left in these pockets pretty soon.


“36 Times Obama Said You Could Keep Your Health Care Plan”
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By Christopher E. Hill, Editor
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Friday, November 8th, 2013 Government, Health, Insurance, Political Parties 2 Comments

CBO: ObamaCare’s Gross Costs Over 10 Years May Be Nearly Twice White House’s Original Projections

Universal healthcare. A noble idea- if a nation can afford it.

As for “ObamaCare,” the more time that passes since the Affordable Care Act was enacted on March 23, 2010, the more expensive the projected numbers are getting.

Howard Sheppard reported on the website of Central Pennsylvania FOX affiliate WPMT FOX 43 yesterday:

The gross costs of the national healthcare law rammed through Congress by President Barack Obama will reach an estimated $1.76 trillion over 10 years – nearly twice the amount originally projected. The figure, which the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) revealed on Wednesday, is bound to cause embarrassment to the administration as it comes just as debate on “Obamacare” is starting to heat up again, two weeks before the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on whether the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional…

Original White House estimates said the gross cost of the healthcare act would be $940 billion over a decade, but the CBO’s new figures raise that figure to a shade under $1.5 trillion. For the 10 years from 2013-2022 that increases even further to $1.76 trillion.

(Editor’s note: Italics added for emphasis)

Back on March 1, I noted that according to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report released February 26, ObamaCare will increase the long-term federal deficit by $6.2 trillion.

$6.2 trillion.

Considering the growing instability of the U.S. financial house of cards, one might wonder if the costs associated with universal health coverage won’t be the straw that eventually breaks the camel’s back.

By Christopher E. Hill, Editor
Survival And Prosperity (www.survivalandprosperity.com)

Source:

Sheppard, Howard. “CBO: Obamacare estimated cost nearly double to $1.7 trillion.” FOX Central Pennsylvania. 16 May 2013. (http://fox43.com/2013/05/16/cbo-obamacare-estimated-cost-nearly-double-to-1-7-trillion/#axzz2TYdCQnzp). 16 May 2013.

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Friday, May 17th, 2013 Debt Crisis, Fiscal Policy, Government, Health, Legal, Spending Comments Off on CBO: ObamaCare’s Gross Costs Over 10 Years May Be Nearly Twice White House’s Original Projections

GAO: ObamaCare Could Add $6.2 Trillion To Long-Term Federal Deficit

Here’s another headline-worthy story you may not hear/ready about in the mainstream media. Andrew Stiles reported on the National Review blog The Corner earlier this week:

Obamacare will increase the long-term federal deficit by $6.2 trillion, according to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report released today.

Senator Jeff Sessions (R., Ala.), who requested the report, revealed the findings this morning at a Senate Budget Committee hearing. The report, he said, “confirms everything critics and Republicans were saying about the faults of this bill,” and “dramatically proves that the promises made assuring the nation that the largest new entitlement program in history would not add one dime to the deficit were false.”

President Obama and other Democrats attempted to win support for the health-care bill by touting it as a fiscally responsible enterprise. “I will not sign a plan that adds one dime to our deficits — either now or in the future,” Obama told a joint-session of Congress in September 2009. “I will not sign it if it adds one dime to the deficit, now or in the future, period.”

You can read Stiles’s entire February 26 post on his blog here.

By Christopher E. Hill, Editor
Survival And Prosperity (www.survivalandprosperity.com)

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Romney 2, Obama 0

Just got done watching the second in a series of U.S. Presidential debates between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and the sitting President Barack Obama.

Predictably, the incumbent came out swinging after getting spanked in their first meeting.

However, despite a venue that sounded like it was full of his supporters tonight, Barack Obama fell short.

I give the President credit. It’s obvious he’s worked tremendously hard to get back into the game.

Yet, it’s become all too clear to many on Main Street- painfully in quite a number of cases- that regardless of how it’s spun, Barack Obama’s record in the White House over the past 4 years has been pretty poor.

Something which his challenger, Mitt Romney, seized on and kept hammering home tonight. As the Republican presidential candidate pointed out:

We have a record to look at.

And it’s a handicap I’m sure even Obama’s closest advisers are aware of (in spite of what they tell the public).

I know. “5 million jobs created.” Ever bother to look at what kinds of jobs were created? I have. Lots of low-paying ones.

Throw in where the country’s at with (un)employment, food stamps, poverty, budget deficits, national debt, the list goes on, and the last 4 years have been pretty ugly in retrospect.

Which is probably why President Obama kept talking up other subjects tonight like ObamaCare, the auto industry bailout, Planned Parenthood- things the government can give/provide for you, yet way beyond the scope of what the Founding Fathers ever intended for our republic.

Now, Mitt Romney didn’t bring his “A” game like last time, but his performance was still good enough to win the debate. In addition to the Republican contender pointing out the dismal economic reality of the last 4 years, his arguments made more sense. Especially as it concerned job creation. Consider this. Due to the state of the nation’s labor market these days, I’m guessing many Americans voters will be casting ballots with their pocketbooks in mind come November. The vastly-experienced challenger repeatedly emphasized his intent to create jobs and grow incomes by building-up small businesses and making America more attractive to foreign investment.

President Obama plans on creating more jobs by continuing his same policies and by expanding educational and training opportunities.

More burger flippers?

And education and training is nice and all, but what good is a degree/certificate if no one’s hiring in the first place?

Sounds like the U.S. President might be putting the cart before the horse here.

To many Americans watching the debate, Romney’s repeated emphasis on job creation was probably music to their ears.

One more thing. Barack Obama may have inadvertently shot himself in the foot (no pun intended) when he admitted tonight his desire to re-introduce the assault “weapons” ban that expired a few years back. Anti-gun groups and many in the mainstream media have tried desperately-hard for some time now to try and convince Americans that President Obama wouldn’t push gun “control” if he’s re-elected.

And then he goes on national TV and says he supports a new gun ban.

That’ll go over real well in those “swing states” with lots of firearm enthusiasts.

1994 all over again?

Anyway, it was a feisty debate. Barack Obama looked like a different man (still not as eloquent as with a teleprompter though), but Mitt Romney remained composed and pulled out the victory by repeatedly bringing up the sitting President’s track record in his first term and by emphasizing the Republican plan for creating new jobs, something I think will be key come Election Day.

On to the next, and final, debate…

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Wednesday, October 17th, 2012 Bailouts, Education, Employment, Firearms, Government, Gun Rights, Income, Main Street, Mainstream Media, Political Parties, Poverty Comments Off on Romney 2, Obama 0

Romney 1, Obama 0

Just got done watching the first in a series of U.S. Presidential debates between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and the sitting President Barack Obama.

This one was no contest. Romney spanked Obama.

The Republican candidate was articulate, appeared knowledgeable (the mainstream news outlets are unleashing their “truth squads” as I type this), and attacked his opponent with growing intensity as the evening went on.

Not only was Romney in the driver’s seat, but he seemed to be enjoying the ride as well.

President Obama, on the other hand, didn’t look like he wanted to be there, was not articulate, and didn’t put up much of a defense against Romney’s attacks.

In fact, summing up Obama’s talking points for the evening might look something like this:

• My Republican predecessor caused a lot of the nation’s problems
• I’m all about the middle class
• We need to be fair, but we need more revenue
• The rich have been successful, so let’s tax them to redistribute some of that money they’ve earned
• Obamacare is the way to go
• Improving education will make us prosperous

Finally, Obama kept trying to hammer his Republican opponent for not going into the details of a number of plans he’s proposing.

However, politicians, for the most part, know better than to fall for this should they be held accountable for something that’s said should they get elected.

Being vague here tends to be the general rule of thumb.

As soon as the night was wrapped up, I turned to MSNBC on the satellite TV to see their reaction.

Even Chris Matthews was declaring Romney the winner in this showdown.

Changing over to one of the local Chicago television stations, I happened to catch a “political analyst” declaring President Obama had won the debate.

Not really too surprised to hear that, considering it’s the U.S. President’s adopted hometown we’re talking about here, and a city, county, and state chock-full of dyed-in-the-wool Democrats.

Judging by the look in Barack Obama’s face at the end of the night, I’m guessing he’s going to come out swinging the next time around. And I hope he does. Because it will make the next debate all the more interesting to watch.

And if I get the chance to watch that one I’ll call it as I see it too.

In the meantime, enjoy the forthcoming White House spin as it regards the President’s performance tonight.

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