September 2006 - What We Now Know

You won't find specific stock recommendations in "What We Now Know", but you WILL find a remarkable array of fascinating, entertaining, and always useful information on a wide range of trends in the economy, geo-politics, health and technology and more.

  • Reader Feedback 09/19/2006

    A few selected reader responses to "Our Tainted Meat Supply": Thank you for a great piece of information. Apart from eating wild game and organic meats, (very rarely), you just pushed me into the confirmed vegetarian camp. I wouldn't hesitate...
  • Gone Phishin'

    The electronic cocoon which we have constructed around ourselves is a wondrous thing. It lets us communicate quickly and efficiently, and conduct much of our business, things that formerly might have taken hours, with a few clicks of the mouse. There...
  • False-Flag Operations, Part I

    A recent Scripps Howard/Ohio University poll found that 36% of Americans now find it "very likely" or "somewhat likely" that federal officials assisted in the 9/11 terrorist attacks or took no action to stop them so the United States...
  • Drowning in Deficits

    "If liars can figure, figures can lie," says Gary Dorsch, editor of Global Money Trends Magazine , in his recent article "Japan's Fuzzy Math and the German Scare Tactics." Dorsch's poster child for the professional cooking...
  • Predictions of a Cyber-Soothsayer

    Doug Casey predicted in these pages earlier this year that the stock markets were in for a "financial Freddy Krueger." But what would you make of a prediction so specific as to claim that between now and the end of 2006, the Dow Jones Industrial...
  • Our Tainted Meat Supply

    "The hamburger has become our national food," stated a Washington Post article in 2002. "Americans eat more meat than any other people in the world, and the average person devours three hamburgers a week." At the same time, news of...
  • Reader Feedback 09/05/2006

    I add my voice to those who appreciate the generally unbiased research and writing of the WWNK. I am a religious conservative, but I find your articles informative and worthy of consideration. (Gary B.) *** You perform a valuable service to those of us...
  • The Monetary Crisis

    U.S. government debt, before taking into account the obligations of Social Security and Medicare, is quickly closing in on $9 trillion. Of course one might cavalierly say, that's the government's problem and it doesn't concern me. But you...