August 18, 2022 

Ideal Time for Facts


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 By Dave I.

05/15/2010  1:54PM

I like it blue Jay. Write the governor, and an article to the Press Democrat We need to influence public opinion now for the excesses of the government regulation. i can,t do it all my self, even though I try. Keep it up Friend. this Forum is great.
 By bluejay

05/15/2010  11:34AM

Is there any wonder why people work for the government? The answer is, they get paid twice as much as if they were employed in the private sector, including benefits.

The pin-heads at our local Water Board extort their salaries from companies and property owners at a great social expense for no other reason than, Californians must be regulated. What a sick premise.

Recently, Peter Schiff stated that the U.S. Departments of Energy and Education should be eliminated. I wonder what Mr. Schiff would think of all the regulators in California who with their big salaries and benefits have bankrupt the State to the extreme that now the poor will be suffering more.

In the Press Democrat here in the Santa Rosa area the paper headlined, in so many words, this morning Arnold's fighting words to reduce the budget: stick it to the little guy with drastic cuts to health and welfare recipients. The paper stated, SONOMA COUNTY: "Officials appalled by 'Unfathomable' proposed cuts to social services."

One answer for a partial rememdy to the State's irresponsible financial collapse is to get rid of, for the most part the private contractors at the water boards, a useless State agency that curtails the ability of companies to gainfully employ the unemployed to increase State revenues.

If these water board employees sincerely care about the environment and not just making their mortgage payments at other people's expense, then they should offer their services to the State of Alaska and get involved with real polluters.
 By Jerome Dillon

03/04/2010  5:38PM

Mr. Michael Miller and Original Sixteen to One are under attack by bureaucrats running the State’s water quality programs. My familiarity with Sierra Nevada watersheds and specifically those highly mineralized zones like the Kanaka Creek canyon tell me so. Unless we, the public, who are the legally described beneficiaries of the Sierra County Superior Court law suit filed by the Central Valley Regional Water Board against one of the greatest small mines in the world, tell the politicos that persecuting this historic and valuable California resource into bankruptcy is not for the benefit of the public (us), the slaughter will continue until the company no longer exists. It has happened before.

As far as the actual water that passes through the Alleghany Mining District and other gold producing areas, the permitting issues now alleged by the water agency and prosecuted by the California Attorney General are summarized below:

Results are predictable
Costs are prohibitive.
Benefits are zero.
Government is non-responsive.

Requirements are outrageous.
Enforcement is punitive.
Administration is unequal.
Decisions are political.
Demands are unscientific.
 By bluejay

02/04/2010  1:06AM

Recent comments from Martin Armstrong:

"This is the real behind-the-scenes life with regulators, they are relentness and will NEVER yield to the truth."

"It's all about winning and they WILL do whatever it takes to win."
 By bluejay

01/18/2010  9:57AM

An excellent YouTube presentation by the Patriot, Gerald Celente, in keeping us focused on Washington's continuing support of the Wall Street crooks:
 By bluejay

01/17/2010  9:57PM

The following recent comments by Martin Armstrong indirectly makes one question, in our case, if the controlling Water Board is, at the minimum, a circus act?

"True knowledge emerges from experience. This is why one cannot understand a subject(the Mine's position) until he actually does what he has studied. Our most significant mistake is creating higher learning taught by people who have never done what they teach. There is a indescribable quality that one can know every aspect of a subject, yet is blind without experience that opens the eyes and allows one to see dynamic structure hiding behind the facade of order and control."
 By Rick

01/17/2010  7:24PM

They don't care about the truth. Our challenge is to reach everyone who does.

Ask her what made Ysoemite Valley so beautiful as a glacial remnant and she will deny that any ice ever melted, and then say, sure, it did, but what's your point???...and then go vote for whatever iron poker goes up all of our......
 By bluejay

01/16/2010  9:28AM

The Water Board, Totally Out of Control?

An excerpt from a Wall Street Journal article, "If You Don't Like The Numbers, Change Em:"

Rabid environmentalists have descended into a separate reality where only green counts. It's gotten so bad that the head of the California Air Resources Board, Mary Nichols, announced this past fall that costly new carbon regulations would boost the economy shortly after she was told by eight of the state's most respected economists that they were certain these new rules would damage the economy. The next day, her own economic consultant, Harvard's Robert Stavis, denounced her statement as a blatant distortion.
 By martin newkom

11/25/2009  4:44PM

I was told today that the US
has around 8000 tons metric
stored at FT Knox, KY. and
may have more gold than any other nation, including China.
 By martin newkom

11/25/2009  4:41PM

I've been informed today from
CNBC that the gold price went
up because India was thinking
of or may have bought more
gold, maybe another 200 tons
metric from the IMF today.
 By oakrockranch

11/25/2009  12:18PM

A 1 inch in diameter by 12 inches long rod of pure gold would be worth well over $150,000. I doubt there is much counterfeit gold plated tungsten around, but it would be well worth duping considering the added value for a thief. If you're worried, buy coins you are familiar with from dealers you trust.
 By Dave I.

11/24/2009  8:54PM

A rod of tungsten 1 inch in diameter by 12 inches long sells for $400 or $500 depending on being polished. To gold plate tungsten is a rip off of value, unless this is a plot to corner the market on this metal. Which is highly unlikely. I know of one tungsten mine in Nevada that closed down due to the low price of tungsten.
 By Rick

11/24/2009  4:46PM

I've been emailed from skeptic fringe survivalists about this purported fraud and the supposed vacant Fort Knox of true gold holdings.

Why isn't this same skepticism even aware of the most volitile and telling fraud surrounding the global warming hoax exposure, far more revealing in its monetary fraud potential.

Are you scratching you head? Google "Storm Clouds Brewing Over Leaked Emails", or "Climategate", or best "CRU" to discover for yourself. Follow the money, whether it's gold or tungsten.
 By Michael Miller

11/24/2009  10:38AM

The report of counterfeit bullion bars made of tungsten then plated with gold lacks authority. Why would people spread this story? Take your choice: pro gold followers to show a weakness in supply or anti gold followers to discredit those who express sometimes wild ideas about monetary exchange rates for $$$ and bullion.

Simplifying the brains and abilities of those who actual deal in mining gold and making bullion into saleable products is a mistake. Never underestimate our knowledge about our product, especially with the large volume purported to be bogus. I have a variety of suspicions about the gold market but believing that over a million 400-ounce bars of tungsten worked their way into the treasure chests of gold holders is a stretch for me.

If wrong, I’ll laugh out loud.
“A fool and his money are soon parted”-English Proverb.
“A wise man will not reprove a fool. Better die than turn your back on reason”-Chinese Proverb
 By Michael Miller

11/17/2009  9:44AM

Aram Shishmanian is chief executive of the World Gold Council. On November 11,2009 he answered questions about gold’s record run and how investors can exploit high gold prices. One questioner asked, “What about gold reserves for miners? How much gold is there out there, how do we know and is it likely that we could ever run out?

Mr. Shishmanian answered, “Gold remains a very scarce resource. There have been few major gold discoveries in recent years and many of those finds are in more difficult areas, which is likely to mean higher costs of production. Global gold mine production has been in decline for some years and it is thought that over the longer term this trend will continue.”

It is gratifying when world leaders corroborate what we know from personal experiences.
 By Rick

09/10/2009  8:23PM

Let's all remember our chemisty, our history and especially remember our adversaries.

All elements present in our environment pre-date humans.

We mortal animals shouldn't try to spin it any other way. Otherwise, we'll look like idiots. After all, compared to 4.6 billion years......
 By chuck2251

09/10/2009  7:53PM

Fact Sheet on Mercury Pollution from Coal-Fired Power Plants in Kansas

Prepared by Kansas Chapter, Sierra Club - 10-06-06

Summary. Coal fired power plants are currently the largest single source of airborne mercury emissions in the United States. Airborne mercury emissions travel tens to hundreds of miles before depositing, primarily in rainfall, into lakes and streams where it accumulates in fish that may be eaten by people. This adds to uptake via seafood consumption. The EPA recently announced that 1 in 6 women of childbearing age in the US have blood mercury levels that could be harmful to a fetus. Fish mercury levels in Kansas lakes have been increasing.
 By Rick

08/06/2009  7:16PM

Who is John Galt???
 By bluejay

08/06/2009  3:26PM


Past civilizations have one thing in common, their politicians were mostly all just looking out for themselves and not for the interests of the people who elected them.

Most of our "so called" representatives are attorneys. What does that tell you? It tells me that they know better than anyone how to abuse our rights and steal from us.

One just has to be aware of what our politicians have allowed to happpen to us with all these recent bank bailouts. Where did the money come from and who got it? The so-called over-extended weak banks should have been allowed to tank but, oh no, they were the politician's friends.

Until the people put a stop to all of this mismanagement and corruption we'll continue going down this road in becoming another banana republic and ANOTHER failed civilization, eventually.

Politicians are notorious for ruining past civilization's currencies. I just finished viewing on youtube many accounts of locating sunken ships that went down in the 1700's. There were no signs of anything positive that the politicians accomplished from those days aboard, only gold and silver produced by the miners and other relics. What does that tell you? It tells me that the politician's accomplishments can't survive the test of time but gold and silver do.

Ahoy mates! Our current day pirates are the politicians who indirectly manufacture all of the fiat Monopoly money plus trample on our rights.

What would you prefer digging up in your backyard, a chest full of 1700 currency issued by a defunct central bank run by rank politicians or 1700 mined gold and silver?
 By Rick

08/05/2009  4:26PM

I'm dying to know....was my question so simple and the hypocricy of the Water Board so great that nobody wants to say anyhting???

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