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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert
discuss the one-two punch of cryptobullion. They also discuss the crowd
coming together to fight fracking in Texas (for fear of the
ever-increasing magnitude earthquakes) and Canadians delivering water
for Detroit because 'our water is their water.' In the second half, Max
interviews Tina Rothery - aka Tina Louise - about the 'implied
inevitability' of fracking and how Centrica and Cuadrilla are
'squatting' in order to prevent anti-fracking activists from doing the
Central bank policy is failing and metals are firming, Sprott says
Submitted by cpowell on Saturday, July 12, 2014.
10a ET Saturday, July 11, 2014
Central bank policy is failing to revive economies, in the United
States part-time jobs are replacing full-time jobs, and the monetary
metals are standing up well against enormous shorting in the futures
market, Sprott Asset Management CEO Eric Sprott tells Jeff Rutherford of
the Sprott Money News weekly market wrapup. It's 8 minutes long and can
be heard here: http://www.sprottmoney.com/sprott-money-weekly-wrap-up
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
Israel's military has launched more than a thousand strikes on Gaza, killing more than 120 people and injuring over 900.
Nick Schifrin followed one family in Gaza as they buried a victim of the continuing violence.
Medical officials in Gaza say about three quarters of all Palestinians
killed in Gaza this week are civilians. Among them, 24 children. Israel
insists it's only targeting Hamas militants and their facilities. With
Israel readying for a possible ground invasion, locals expect the worst -
as Harry Fear reports.
Hiroki Kuroda, the only original starting pitcher for the Yankees who has not been sidelined with an injury, pitched well over all against the Orioles but gave away a two-run lead in a sloppy fourth inning.