November 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.

  • The Ultimate No-Fly List

    It receives no mention in the Constitution although, to most Americans, it is a basic "right" that should be enjoyed by all citizens. It is the ability to travel freely. Notably, that specific right was enumerated in the Articles of Confederation...
  • Reader Feedback 11/28/2006

    Thank you for the many emails you've sent us regarding our article "The Passing of Habeas Corpus." Here are two sample responses, pro and contra: My philosophy is quite simple: those who do nothing wrong have nothing to fear! I abide by...
  • Time to Back Up the Truck on Uranium Stocks?

    Ever since I got onto the uranium story back in 1998, I have remained a steadfast believer that yellow cake was headed north of $100. The rationale for that projection is as clear to me today as it was back then. Simply, nuclear power is the cleanest...
  • A Nutricidal Codex

    Ever heard of the Codex Alimentarius? If not, don't be surprised. It's one of the best-kept "open secrets" of the U.S. government. It's scheduled to take effect on December 21, 2009, and it may present the greatest disaster for our...
  • Let's Go Lobstering!

    Did you know that in colonial times, lobsters were considered "poverty food"? They were picked out of tidal pools and served to children, prisoners, and indentured servants (those immigrants who had exchanged their passage to America for seven...
  • Mad Sheep--the USDA's War on a Family Farm

    Linda Faillace grew up believing that "anyone who got into the government, anyone who attained being a judge or was in the corporate world, that they were all to be respected." A notion she lost somewhere along the way when the government set...
  • Reader Feedback 11/14/2006

    Reader responses on "The North American Union" (some edited for length): If what you say in the article is correct, and Bush is trying to establish the North American Union, what is the use of building 700 miles of fences between the USA and...
  • Mining and the Markets

    Our concentration in the International Speculator , at the moment, is mining. It hasn't always been that way, nor will it be in the future. But it's been the best possible place to be for the last five years, and I expect that will remain the...
  • The Passing of Habeas Corpus

    The date, October 18, will go down as the day habeas corpus died. And that was not without irony. Because, although other presidents--notably Franklin Roosevelt when he approved the incarceration of Japanese-Americans during World War II--have ignored...