If one had to summarize 2011 in one sentence, it probably would be: "a year in which the market ended unchanged, in which the world got within seconds of global coordinated bankruptcy, and in which central planning finally took over...
[Ed Note: This just in: Gerald Celente is a stand up guy, I like him a lot. I've interviewed him and I can tell you first hand, he's the real deal. A real American with real courage, a genuine truth teller.] from TheAlexJonesChannel...
Next year, as we celebrate our 50th anniversary of Independence, let us examine how we have fared since 1962. The truth is that we have been slipping and sliding, taking two steps forward and one step, sometimes even two steps backward.
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