Monthly Archives: December 2011

‎2012 Prediction: The Empire Strikes Back!

2011 was the Year of the Protester, according to Time Magazine. The insurgency targeting the ruling political elites in Tunisia, and then in Egypt, Libya, Syria, Yemen and Bahrain, has not been confined to the Middle East. Protests have taken place in Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Britain and Israel. And most importantly the United States with  the Occupy Wall Street

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2012 Prediction: Sears Will Be Forced to File for bankruptcy.

Sears waited until after Christmas to announce the close as many as 120 stores.  CBS News reported yesterday, “Credit Suisse analyst Gary Balter says the softer-than-expected holiday sales performance point to “deepening problems at this struggling chain and renewed worries about Sears survivability.”  Balter added that Sears’ weakening performance may lead its vendors to start to worry about their exposure.

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2012 Prediction: Something very big will happen to the American economy within the next 180 days

‎2012 Prediction: Something very big will happen in America within the next 180 days. It will be more devastating than the credit crisis of 2008. For most people, it will hit them like a brick wall. It will touch Americans harder and deeper than anything else we’ve seen since the Great Depression. I will post more details about this as

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Obama vs. GOP Nominee

Political strategists in both parties say the number of reliably Democratic states should give President Obama at least 196 electoral votes, and the solidly Republican states should give the GOP nominee 191. With 270 electoral votes needed to win, the campaign will be fought in the battleground states of Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina,

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Paul vs. Romney: Republican Iowa Caucus

Paul vs. Romney: Republican Iowa Caucus Based on the latest Rasmussen poll Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Texas Congressman Ron Paul are leading the pack in Iowawith just two weeks to go until the Iowa Caucus. But large numbers of voters (nearly 50%), remain uncommitted and much could change between now and January 3rd. According to Intrade, a “futures

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2011 Just A Prelude to 2012

Have you ever seen any year compared to 2011? Since the Cardinal T-Square in July 2010 we’ve had BP Oil Disaster, Arab Spring, European Riots, 1700 U.S. cities with ongoing OWS protest, historical level of flooding, record droughts, record wildfires, record level of tornadoes, heat waves, along with 13 Deadly Earthquakes. Only 9% Congressional approval, with 85% of Americans believing the

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