Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Conductor Unmasked?


An Interesting Viewpoint on the Turmoil in the Arab World   As a follow-up to my last essay on oil as the lubricant for the global economy, I present to the readership a unique perspective of the events now unfolding. … Continue reading

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Oil! The Lubricant of Contemporary Economics and Its Consequences


Oil! The Lubricant of Contemporary Economics and Its Consequences   With the upheavals of the Arabic speaking Middle East and North Africa it may be hard to understand the implications of what is presently unfolding and what the possible ramifications … Continue reading

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Making Sense of Current Global Events


Making Sense of Current Global Events   With the chaos of revolution spreading throughout the globe has anyone noticed a common thread running through the protests from Egypt, Libya, even Wisconsin, and the various municipal and state employee unions of … Continue reading

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Tighten Your Belts!


A World of Hurt A’coming!   This week the IMF (International Monetary Fund) produced a report calling on a new reserve currency to be formulated. In the interim they are proposing the us of SDR’s  (Special Drawing Rights) as an … Continue reading

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Made in the U.S.A.


Made in the U.S.A.   Wow! I’m sure that this phrase is as scarce as hen’s teeth on most consumer products today. Yet, the outsourcing and export of American jobs is part of the complex cause of what has happened … Continue reading

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Gotcha!


Gotcha!   So you’d thought you outsmarted me, didja? Well, like I said he who laughs last, laughs best. I found my bandit snuggled all nicely in my center nest about midday today. He was nice’n cozy neatly curled in … Continue reading

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Stocking Up, Puttin’ By, Puttin’ Back!   Whatever term may be used, Catholic Rural Solutions has had, from inception 6 years ago, as one of its main goals for men of good will to prepare. That said, now we are … Continue reading

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