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In the spirit of there can be no life without laughter, be sure to read what’s happening in the Court of Judge Wright.
Some may argue about his opinions or his references to sources but no one can argue about the facts Martin D. Weis of Money Market presents in his analyses. Here he is again, pulling no punches on Scary Tuesday at the world’s stock markets.
Further strengthening their own space in the world, Venezuela and Argentina have signed a number of pacts to strengthen their economies. Argentine president Nestor Kirchner says George W.’s attempt to isolate Venezuela will fail. South America is fully on the road to economic and political independence. This happening in Washington’s back yard while the spoiled brat creates a generation of trouble for America in the Middle East.
Meanwhile, Hugo the Harmonious, says Venezuelans who own property don’t have to worry about their property. He says appropriating private property is not part of his Bolivarian Revolution.
China, choking on its own pollution, has declared a major move to develop renewable energy. It has set a target of increasing renewable energy use from the present 10 percent to 20 percent of the total energy consumption by 2020 to meet increasing demand and reduce the greenhouse effect.
By the way, Mike The Hammer Garvin will reappear Friday, March 2.
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Laughter rules in the court
of Judge Harold Wright
(You already know him as Doctor of Punology. From now on he will also wear the mantle of Judge Harold Wright who holds court in the realm of satire. This continuing column
represents our philosophy that there can be no life without laughter.) Hit the laugh click.
‘There Are Real Risks in Our Financial
Markets That MUST Be Cleaned Out!’
Martin D. Weiss of Money and Markets, says Tuesday’s market crash struck Wall Street like a bat out of hell — the Dow down 416 points, the
S&P 500 off 50 points, and Nasdaq pummeled by a whopping 97 points. Virtually every investment under the sun — blue chips and tech stocks ... large caps and small caps ... domestic stocks
and international stocks — even gold and silver — got hit hard. But the most dramatic event came at about 3 o’clock in the afternoon Eastern Time . . .” —
Venezuela and Argentina sign
accords for closer cooperation
The presidents of Venezuela and of Argentina, Hugo Chavez and Nestor Kirchner, recently signed a series of 17 agreements, which will bring the two countries even closer together than they
already are. Both presidents reaffirmed the need for Latin America to become more unified and Kirchner publicly rebuffed Washington’s efforts to “contain” Chavez, offering him
full support. — 642 words.
Chávez says he has no plans to eliminate
individuals' private property in Venezuela
Bloomberg News — President Hugo Chávez says that there are no plans to eliminate private property in Venezuela even as the country overhauls its
eight-year-old Constitution this year in line with his vision for 21st century socialism. "The Bolivarian revolution, I repeat, doesn't exclude, prohibit, or have any kind of plan to eliminate
private property," Chávez said recently, referring to his program to transform Venezuela in honor of the 19th-century South American revolutionary, Simon Bolivar. — 468 words.
China targets environmental pollution
by new emphasis on renewable energy
China has set a target of increasing renewable energy use from the present 10 percent to 20 percent of the total energy consumption by 2020 to meet the increasing demand and reduce the
greenhouse effect. — 318 words
True North Canuck Fact of the Day
Americans wanted Quebec but Mother England said no
During treaty negotiations between Britain and the United States at the end of the American Revolution, Benjamin Franklin suggested that British
surrender Quebec as a gesture of goodwill. The British refused, but did cede some land south of the Great Lakes.
Trivia compiled by Randy Ray and Mark Kearney. Visit their Web site at: www.triviaguys.com
Harold Wright, True North's Doctor of Punology, says, "Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana."
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