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 By bluejay

07/17/2011  11:46AM

Lawmakers are considering changes to how Social Security is adjusted for inflation.

What's wrong with conducting an honest poll of what people spend their money on and thus creating an inflationary index based on our normal expenditures so proper adjustments can be made to Social Security checks that's representative of reality?

As things currently stand, about 65% of all the money(real purchasing power) that was deposited with the Feds in our names will never see the light of day, it's gone. And now they are proposing to take more?

What a great pension plan, it's called, "Squeeze the People."
 By bluejay

07/12/2011  7:06PM

Too back we can move our properties.

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Buffeted by high taxes, strict regulations and uncertain state budgets, a growing number of California companies are seeking friendlier business environments outside of the Golden State.
 By bluejay

07/12/2011  2:40PM

James Turk spells out what the real problem is, besides debt in the link below. Aside from some important issues regarding the continuing confiscation of our wealth, Mr, Turk, again, points the finger at TOO MUCH(incompetent) government regulation - a topic we are all very much aware of.

 By martin newkom

07/08/2011  1:26PM

Rae's comments are well taken and
very appropriate. People will drive themselves to the "nut" house attepting to combat all
the "bad guys". Best to let the people who know how to fight them
best do the job. Life goes on.We
must be mining tho' somehow.
 By bluejay

07/08/2011  9:32AM


Thanks for your positive perspective concerning how to react to bothersome subjects. Just be sure you have your garden planted in the right place.

 By bluejay

07/07/2011  11:08PM

Gold $1531.90 OFF $0.80
Silver $36.33 OFF $0.11

The metals have turned higher over past days as a result of the downgrading of Portuguese debt.

The question is, can the expanding debt problems be temporarily cured and if so, for how long? Jim Sinclair has stated before that in a matter of two weeks the western world's financial order could unravel.

The following are today's comments from Jim Sinclair:

Raising the debt ceiling is the problem and not by at means a solution. The race between dropping revenues and increasing costs will not be settled by politicians that do not even understand the problem.

The resignations of key economic personalities in the present Administration is systematic of the solid nature of the downward spiral that has gripped Western finances since the failure of OTC derivatives turned a normal recession into a long term depression.

There is no event that will turn the tide of the ramifications for poor economic management. Nothing can stop Gold, Silver, the Swiss and the Cando now.
 By Rae Bell

07/07/2011  4:00PM

Thanks for the message Rick. If we apply self-defense methods of the Orient, wherein you use the strength of your opponent against him on a political level what would it look like? It is the philosophy of "That which is yielding prevails". Water erodes stone, the tree that bends does not break.
It is easy and dangerous I believe to get too wrapped up in finding everything that is wrong with our government and system. There is a personal toll that can debilitate a person. In this day and age with so much information bombardment I think we need to be careful and learn to take care of ourselves first. So what does "using the force of those you oppose against them" look like in a social sense? How do we move from a positive rather than a defensive position? It is in the day-to-day things we do, here and now.
The flip side of the same coin is that when you oppose something directly you actually strengthen it in the sense that it moves into a defensive mode. I believe that corruption contains within itself the seeds of its own destruction, so our task is to remain diligent and pay attention but to primarily put our energy into supporting what we want and what we know is helpful. Such as volunteering for your local fire dept. Taking food to your elderly neighbor. Growing a garden...etc...Ok I'll get off my "soap box".
 By Rick

07/05/2011  8:44PM

Bluejay, and all:

Your posed question of whether or not the "merry party-goes understand that our rights are in the process of being taken from us".....

Whether yes or no (I suspect, based upon the answers and demonstrated wisdom that the huge answer is NO)...

...our challenge is not to wring our hands, but instead to engage every, EVERY! opportunity to share the Constitutional historic truths that have given us all our freedoms...the freedoms that feel so much like a levie collaspe beneath our shoes.

WE NEED NOTHING MORE THAN THE CONSTITUTION to share with the un-informed.

This is our challenge (vs. not to lament the challenge) that we face as a nation.

Public schools, unfortunately the truth, have specifically ommitted history with a suspect political motive aimed at public sector empowerment...never mind the education of the next generation...

We, all of us, need to take resposibility for the necessary acquired knowledge through the history of why our freedoms exist.

So, Bluejay....do these merry-minded party-goers understand that our rights are in the process and have been in the process of being taken from us??

No, and maybe, and for a few, yes.

Ours is a nation to preserve in the form of our founders, so we take the opportunities to teach. To enlighten the words in the Constitution that guarantee freedom for all.

I try to, everyday.

Let's move forward!
 By bluejay

07/05/2011  10:58AM

Jim Willie tees off on Bernanke

The Great Misdiagnosis

 By bluejay

07/04/2011  12:16PM

I listened to and watched our early 4th of July celebration last night in town as loud thundering explosions and flickering lights consumed the eastern sky over the city. Wondering all the time, do these merry party-goers understand that our rights are in the process and have been in the process of being taken from us?

The following video pretty much explains the situation that we find ourselves in today, July 4, 2011.

 By gary jeffres

07/03/2011  4:22PM

"The Soledad Mountain Project, gold and silver, just outside of Mojave in Kern County is getting closer to production with all permits in place. The last remaining hurdle is to secure financing."

I worked one of the mines on Soledad Mountain.
1982-3 I worked the elephant mine under lease from Virginia Knight widow of governor Goodwin Knight.
This mine is now part of the Soledad Mountain project.

This project has now taken over 20 years in getting permits for operations
 By Michael Miller

07/03/2011  2:31PM

When asked to prepare a vision for the Sixteen to One a few years ago, the following appeared from my thoughts about the future.



The vision for Original Sixteen to One Mine, Inc. (the Company) includes America’s natural resources but focuses on the plentiful natural resources of California. While the vision may appear to be rather explicit or narrow, it includes gold and other mineral products, timber and water. It encompasses their utilization, management, development and marketing for maximum yield. No other public reporting company incorporated in the United States shares this focus.

This vision includes the social aspects of natural resources and the desperate need to protect the cultural as well as the physical environment of our precious natural resources. The Company combines all social sciences as well as most physical sciences into an operational program. It is an enlightened business plan of operation. The Sixteen to One’s past reveals a necessary approach of maintaining long-term assets with the short term needs of producing revenue. Its present status is demonstrative proof that a small natural resource company has survived the demands of natural resource utilization in today’s overly aggressive pro environmental outlook.

The Company will become known as the model for future natural resource development in California and the United States. Its operations will challenge the erroneous myths and prejudices of well meaning activists who hinder the sensible extraction of our natural wealth. These beliefs have turned the omnipresent demands for raw materials to natural resource production in other parts of the world, a dangerous reality.

A primary ingredient for our vision and subsequent model to expand is an infusion of working capital. There has been a noticeable lack of interest from Wall Street or private investors in forest and mineral production. The modest attention of the stock market towards America’s natural resource companies hurts future generations both in the United States and the world. Some patterns of investment are predictable. Investors’ interest in specific industries continues to move from one sector to another. The Gold Sector is abstruse, removed from the usual way of thinking and difficult to comprehend. The forest industry follows closely in its mystic.

A movement into natural resource ownership or participation is overdue. Unlike banking, savings and loan institutions, automobiles, real estate, airlines, pharmaceuticals, computers, utilities and practically every part of the complex mixture of America’s democratic capitalism, the natural resource companies are ignored. Perhaps one simple answer is that resource companies believe they must stay under the radar to function in today’s hostile anti-mining/anti-logging mentality. Perhaps a more likely reason is the pure misunderstanding that potential investment capital has about these small but vital industries.

The Company’s dream foresees an awakening of Americans to the realization that we need and will benefit from a return to domestic natural resource productivity. For almost fifty years America has been bombarded with media blame for past degradation to the environment. Some of the blame is justified. Many extraction and harvesting methods, however, are no longer practiced and cannot be assumed as what to expect from future operators.

American industries have learned from the past and clearly are the most environmentally sensitive operators in the world. This is one reason to bridge the ignorance gap of the population and our leaders. The “not-in-my-back-yard” position is a short-sided myth! Vital and necessary minerals and other resource products come from countries without the sensible regulations that have evolved in the United States over the past hundred years. The consequences of this are global.

Even though population growth and physical development exploded during the twentieth century, the world-changing roll of the United States has taken a more dramatic turn. A counter cultural shift emerged. America was considered the can-do country. Democratic and capitalistic social ideologies opened the doors for an expanding middle class, especially from workers identified as “blue collar”. Our natural resources were developed and accessible. What changed?

Somewhat reluctantly America became a world power and responsible leader. The blue-collar worker of today is losing economic ground as our society turns more and more to the service industries. But the need for manufacturing contemporary products in America remains; and in order to produce, industry requires raw materials. America has them in abundance. America also needs the backbone of its labor resources to insure our freedoms.

The time has come to broadcast how to treat our inherited resources in the 21st century. Original Sixteen to One Mine, Inc., a US corporation, has all the pieces to lead this renaissance except one. That missing ingredient is explained in its Executive Summary. The oldest American mining corporation operating needs a grubstake to turn its dream into a reality. It will celebrate a 100-year, centennial birthday in October 2011.

Happy Birthday America. On July 4, 2011, the land that we appreciate and love is 235 years old.
 By David I

07/02/2011  10:28PM

Before WW II Our state almost had a split to another state. " The State of Jefferson" It only included California's two most northern counties. In the past the State had an initiative opinion of the people to split the state 6 ways, which was approved, but only an opinion of the people. As usual the legislature just ignored what the people wanted.
Some thought on this is to split the California Eastern Counties away from the Western Counties, but to have access to the ocean, it would be necessary to have either San Diago County or Del Norte County as part of the split.
San Diago County would be the better county, as it is an economic power house to maintain the economic stability of the new State. The society of San Diago is more in tune to respecting the rights of the people.
What needs to be done is a popular vote of the counties in question by the people. A convention of county representatives to draw up a state constitution, and charter. Draw up a petition for an initiative vote to the Whole state of California, for the approval of separation, with the requirement for the legislature to action of approval to the mandate of the voter. Then a petition for state hood could be readied for presentation to congress and submitted by representative congressmen of those in congress with sympathy of the new state hood. I hope that the counties of interest pursue this action.
 By martin newkom

07/02/2011  10:43AM

I'd like to see all of these northern counties secede too.
I'm tired of prepetual-career
politicians like our present
gov. holding "sway" year after year.
 By bluejay

07/01/2011  8:29PM

Official calls for Riverside, 12 other counties to secede from California. Maybe, Southern California's past producing gold mines will become active again.

 By Rick

07/01/2011  6:48PM

Bluejay has struck a nerve within, in a good way. Thank you for the avenue:

Solar and meteoritic impact cycles prove global cycles void of human input exist. It is painful to endure the politics of the newly named "Climate Changers"...as their's is clearly a political ploy.

Man didn't invent the sun; nor has man invented the weather. Al Gore tried to fake it with his movie (and an unfortunate many bought it like snake oil.)

Politics has a way of seeking the lowest common denominator: the least informed.

I like to point out the falacy by inviting human-causation-global-warmists to visit Yosemite Valley and ask them to ask themselves whether or not it is "beauty" (yes, of course.)....Next is to ask them where the ice went, and why it disappeared.

(Aerosol cans or CO2 auto emmisions or both, they are stumped and fumble around to assemble their head to assimilate what they've been conditioned to blame.)

Bottom line: we have historic ignorance on parade.

It does, indeed, directly affect every part of "regulation" we endure.


and therefore have a handle on the political CRAP angle that generates the regulatory caltrops that prevent private-sector success.

This directly has affected the grand Original Sixteen to One Mine.

There is a solution to Global Warming in the minds of those who use it to control: it's called Socialism, or even better, Communism, where everyone toes the government line.

The other solution is to point out that it is a human-fabricated futute disaster.

I, for one, know the difference. And can back it up.
 By bluejay

07/01/2011  9:17AM

Beware of the manipulators

Thoughts from Martin Armstrong:

The importance of really understanding the Great Depression stems from the fact it was a Sovereign Debt Crisis. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the accounts of the Great Depression were domestic oriented influenced by the socialists who had been rising on the political scene even since the 1880s after the 1870s high and Marx’s Communist Manifesto in appearance 1848. They seized the facts and manipulated history for political purposes.

Just as the environmentalists used a natural warming cycle in the sun to claim man alone has caused global warming ignoring the natural 300 year cycle in the energy output of the sun to further their agenda. What about the previous Ice Ages that were followed by global warming without cars? The socialists re-wrote history to support their cause.
 By bluejay

06/30/2011  9:24PM

Is this the beginning of a new trend?

The Soledad Mountain Project, gold and silver, just outside of Mojave in Kern County is getting closer to production with all permits in place. The last remaining hurdle is to secure financing.

When in operation the mine will employ 165 and is expected to produce 75,000 ounces of gold and 950,000 ounces of silver per year for a minimum of 13 years.

The project is owned by Golden Queen Mining.

 By martin newkom

06/30/2011  9:06AM

On recent viewing of a map of Nevada, I realized: 1. There is
a lot of "nothing";2. There are
los of ranches and railroad side-
ings; 3. There are lots and lots
of MINES, everywhere!! The gov't
would be fighting a tough battle
to mess with all of them.
 By bluejay

06/29/2011  6:55PM

Utah is one State to be watched for future trends. Keep an eye on Texas along with Representative Ron Paul of Texas- and Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky for resistance against what is clearly wrong.

Lee: Gold, Silver Should Be Treated Like Currency (Salt Lake Tribune)

Senators Mike Lee (UT), Rand Paul (KY), and Jim DeMint (SC) have co-sponsored a bill that would get rid of capital gains taxes for gold and silver coins.

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