Monthly Archives: May 2017

Uncovering the truth in cover-up allegations

For a detailed review of the known ties between Russia and the Trump cabinet see:  Why it’s so difficult to investigate Trump’s Russia ties. While conflicts between Trump-cabinet business dealings and their role as government representatives are no doubt rife, … Continue reading

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Not buying the bull

Oil markets are selling-the-news of an OPEC cut extension agreement this morning. Try as they might to tighten supply, and pump up prices for their upcoming Aramco IPO, OPEC is facing structural headwinds:  a world awash in supply and weakening … Continue reading

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Danielle on The Financial Survival Network

Danielle was a guest today with Kerry Lutz on The Financial Survival Network, talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets.  You can listen to an audio link of the segment here.

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A reflection on human evolution

This speech reminds about the progress and evolution that thinking people should aspire to everyday. Not just in areas of systemic bias like racism and sexism, but also in areas like new energy, transportation and food systems that better serve … Continue reading

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Factory farming of animals major threat to human life

This month the World Health Assembly elects the next Director-General of the World Health Organization(WHO) and over 200 experts in health, medicine, biology, policy and climate research have signed a letter urging the WHO to acknowledge that factory farming of … Continue reading

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“Unlucky” economy and taxpayers in Canadian debt mess

Housing with related finance and spending have driven some 84% of Canadian GDP over the past 7 years, as prices leapt and domestic buyers prostrated themselves on credit.  By province, the impacts were greatest in the largest growth centers–BC and … Continue reading

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