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  • Canada's position is that the Keystone XL (TRP) pipeline would not cause a net increase in carbon emissions, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver says, responding to Pres. Obama's statement that the U.S. should approve the project only if it did not increase carbon pollution. Oliver says at least 20% of Keystone oil would be lighter crude that would not come from tar sands, and thus not carbon intensive to produce. [View news story]
    Marpy, if keystone is refused, Canada has stated they will simply route it to the west and the oil will go to Asia though BC, or send it east to refineries in Ontario. Dumbass obama is catering to the braindead greenie wackos, who don't realize sending it to Asia would be much worse for the environment. Canada's infrastructure to move oil will be at full capacity very soon, and they will address that issue.
    Jun 26 01:28 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Detroit has become the most populous city to default since Cleveland in 1978 after it missed a $39.7M debt payment on Friday. Overall, Detroit intends to suspend payments on $2B of unsecured debt as part of the plan of Emergency Manager Kevin Orr to turn around the city's horrific finances. Other measures include demanding that unsecured creditors accept a haircut of over 90%, and cutting pensions for active and retired workers. [View news story]
    Don't be too surprised by that percentage, wasn't there some lady in Ohio who voted 6 or 7 times?
    Jun 16 10:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • May ADP Jobs Report: +135K vs. +171K consensus, 119K prior. [View news story]
    Lol; but, he's been right in a way. Stick your head in the sand and make some profits off of the bs numbers coming out.
    Jun 5 10:43 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Tim Cook's Improbable Victory In Washington [View article]
    2% of something is greater than 39% of nothing...
    May 22 02:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • More Buffett/CNBC: "Bonds (AGG, BND, TLT) are priced artificially," he says, and investors in long-term paper stand to lose a terrific amount of money. It echos weekend comments where he told Omaha concert-goers, "I feel sorry for people that have clung to fixed-dollar investments." [View news story]
    Ah yes. Faith restored, thank you! ;)
    May 6 12:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • More Buffett/CNBC: "Bonds (AGG, BND, TLT) are priced artificially," he says, and investors in long-term paper stand to lose a terrific amount of money. It echos weekend comments where he told Omaha concert-goers, "I feel sorry for people that have clung to fixed-dollar investments." [View news story]
    The guy lost any chance of credibility with me when he preached of needing higher taxes on the rich while fighting a battle with the IRS over a billion or so bucks he owed in income tax.
    May 6 11:07 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Whispers Say 'How Much' Not 'If' Ruger Will Beat Estimates [View article]
    I gave up trying to figure out why stocks do the opposite of what they should when news comes out. RGR anywhere near 45 is a buy imo.
    May 1 06:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gun-control legislation that would have required background checks online and at guns shows fails in the Senate by a 54-46 vote, short of the 60 required to pass. Some of the reasons for its falling short include concerns over the unnecessary burdens on law-abiding gun owners, and claims that it violates the Constitution’s right to bear arms. [View news story]
    I passed meds at a childrens group home for a couple years; those kids down amphetamines like they are M&M's. Thorazine, clozaril, anything to get behavior under control. Reading their files, however, the issue stemmed from abuse/molestation well over half of the time. If the meds are the cause, expect plenty more crazy kids.
    Apr 18 10:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gun-control legislation that would have required background checks online and at guns shows fails in the Senate by a 54-46 vote, short of the 60 required to pass. Some of the reasons for its falling short include concerns over the unnecessary burdens on law-abiding gun owners, and claims that it violates the Constitution’s right to bear arms. [View news story]
    What we need to do is make breaking the law illegal.
    Apr 17 07:10 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gun-control legislation that would have required background checks online and at guns shows fails in the Senate by a 54-46 vote, short of the 60 required to pass. Some of the reasons for its falling short include concerns over the unnecessary burdens on law-abiding gun owners, and claims that it violates the Constitution’s right to bear arms. [View news story]
    Then what is reactively creating a gun control bill due to Sandy Hook, which would have had no effect whatsoever on Sandy Hook, to prevent another Sandy Hook? It's feel good legislation to sate some peoples' desire to "Do something". Slightly more intelligent than learning how to juggle if you feel you must "Do something."
    Apr 17 07:09 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gun-control legislation that would have required background checks online and at guns shows fails in the Senate by a 54-46 vote, short of the 60 required to pass. Some of the reasons for its falling short include concerns over the unnecessary burdens on law-abiding gun owners, and claims that it violates the Constitution’s right to bear arms. [View news story]
    Right? Too bad the bill didn't pass, so those non law-abiding gun owners would have to obey the law.
    Apr 17 05:06 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gun-control legislation that would have required background checks online and at guns shows fails in the Senate by a 54-46 vote, short of the 60 required to pass. Some of the reasons for its falling short include concerns over the unnecessary burdens on law-abiding gun owners, and claims that it violates the Constitution’s right to bear arms. [View news story]
    Obama and the left are doing more for gun co's than the NRA could dream of. And making a nice profit for me all the while.
    Apr 17 05:05 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • CBS (CBS) says it had exploratory talks with cable operators about taking local stations signals off the air and moving them to cable. The dramatic threat is part of a measured response by major broadcasters to the disruption Aereo poses with its streaming model and potential partnership with Dish Network (DISH). Also exploring the nuclear option: Fox, Univision[View news story]
    Hey, how are we supposed to learn how law enforcement works without cop shows?
    Apr 10 11:17 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "It's fun to be able, for once, to place yourself on the cheerleaders' side of the U.S. markets," writes Richard Russell, advising his readers to buy the DJIA ETF (DIA). "It makes sense to be on the side of the (Fed)." Russell last week: I've never seen anything like this. [View news story]
    Buy high, sell low. Gotta have a gameplan...
    Mar 12 12:17 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Refiners are hit in reaction to a WSJ story calling attention to the squeeze they face from the rising costs of complying with a federal mandate to use corn ethanol in fuel. An EPA proposal, which could be made final as soon as next month, could force refiners and fuel importers to use more than 14B gallons of ethanol, up from 13.3B in 2012. VLO -4%, MPC -1.7%, TSO -2.5%, HFC -2.7%, WNR -3%, PSX -1.4%[View news story]
    Gotta keep global warming in check. Think of how many people might possibly die in a few decades/centuries from the temp being a couple degrees higher, and you'll be better able to come to terms with causing death from starvation today. /sarc
    Mar 11 01:29 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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