If this doesn’t make your blood boil, I don’t know what will. An article today from CNBC states Health Insurers Raise Some Rates by Double Digits. An excerpt; In California, Aetna is proposing rate increases of as much as 22 percent, Anthem Blue Cross 26 percent and Blue Shield of California 20 percent for some of […]
If we don’t do something that stops this madness that Congress and the Fed have become, the result will be “We the People Serfs.” It will result in the end of the greatest country’s economic system on earth.
It was a great year for gold and a down, then up year for the stock market. Our government and the Fed are still doing damage to the economy while politicians claim “the recession is over.”
What will 2010 bring?
Stay tuned…I’ll expose it all here on the Fed Up! Blog and help people understand what’s really going on with the U.S. Dollar, Gold and their investments, media influence, our government and the politicians who run it and their collusion with the real “root of all Evil” that is at the forefront of the bust economy, the Federal Reserve.
While Republicans are starting to see the light when it comes to their votes in restraining government spending, Democrats are fully taking advantage of their majority which leads us to the question, are Democrats stupid or ignorant?
The situation in Pakistan will get worse…and the U.S. is over-strained to do anything about it, both militarily and economically… Even more reasons the dollar is on shaky grounds…and for that matter, the stock market to…. Got gold? Pakistan expects 500,000 to flee Taliban fighting and if the U.S. does interfere in Pakistan….good time for […]
Voting for those senators and house rep.’s who voted “no” for this bailout bill would be a good protest vote come November. Below is the response from my local house rep. Typical politician double speak…”I’m against it but I voted for it…” Senator Feinstein voted for it and replied to my letter of protest. Senator […]
In 2005, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) came out with a report card on America’s Infrastructure. The overall grade from the 2005 report was D, down from a D+ in 2001. William Henry, president of the ASCE, said; “Since the time our infrastructure was last graded in 2001, there has been little or […]