April 2007 - 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 04/17/2007

    Here are a few selected emails from our readers regarding our article "Honey Bees and Food Supply." About the loss of honeybees, Honey Garden's Apiaries monthly newsletter recently mentioned this problem. ( http://www.honeygardens.com/hnews...
  • Did LBJ Kill JFK?

    Who really killed John F. Kennedy? This question has plagued Americans, particularly the more conspiracy-minded ones, for decades. More than forty books have been written on the subject, with varying hypotheses. One author, Guss Russo ( Live by the Sword...
  • The Codex Noose Tightens -- Time to Act

    We usually don't play the activist part here at WWNK--we inform our readers, but rarely call for action. This, however, is different. A few months ago, we alerted you to the potential dangers and pitfalls of the Codex Alimentarius, the planned WTO...
  • It's the End of the World as We Know it (and I Feel Fine)

    That's not just the title of an R.E.M. song. It's how today's gold and silver investors feel every time they get a reminder from a newspaper or news program. They see what you see, and anyone paying even a little attention can't help but...
  • Expanding Executive Power

    Americans, or at least those Americans in love with liberty, have always been suspicious--rightfully so, we would say--of attempts by Washington to extend its police powers into the states or to turn over law enforcement tasks to the military. With regard...
  • Reader Feedback 04/03/2007

    We received quite a few reader emails on our article "Toddlers in Detention." The factions were neatly split in half--here are two representative letters: Calling Hutto a disgrace is an understatement. All Americans should be outraged and ashamed...
  • The Future of War

    It is sometimes said, by critics of the bloated and inefficient military/industrial establishment, that the military is obsessed with fighting the last war. That may be the charitable way of looking at it. It's certainly more palatable than to believe...
  • Two Must-See Videos

    Every once in a while, we find videos on YouTube or Google Video that we just can't ignore. Here are two that we think deserve your attention. You probably remember the Doug Hornig/Brent Cook debate about global warming in these pages. Now the movie...
  • Gold Shares in a Volatile Stock Market

    It's no secret that, based on my analysis of the U.S. economy, I'm a dedicated, even determined, gold bull just now. But as much as I like gold, I like the higher-quality gold shares--especially the Canadian-traded junior explorers--even more...
  • Honey Bees and Food Supply

    "If the bee disappears off the surface of the globe, then man would have four years left to live," said Albert Einstein. "No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man." The question many beekeepers...