SHOW NOTES – Lies, Propaganda, and the 2012 Election
Includes an interview with FreedomWorks and an update on precious metals
On this week’s Follow the Money podcast, Jerry Robinson provides his in-depth commentary on the recent tensions that erupted at the 2012 Republican National Convention over unprecedented rule changes. Jerry also explains why the most important themes for the 2012 elections should be freedom, peace, and liberty. Jerry explains why those topics are not at the top of the list of Mr. Romney and Mr. Obama.
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Then, we are joined by Dean Clancy from the grassroots political organizaton, FreedomWorks. Mr. Clancy watched much of the turmoil unfold from the Republican National Convention floor in Tampa and shared his insights in a blog post entitled: Romney’s “RNC Power Grab”: What Really Happened. He provides us with a breakdown of what actually occurred at the Tampa convention including the controversial amendment to Rule 12, and new rule 16.
Dean also explains why these new rules adopted by the RNC insiders jeopardize the future of grassroots activists who seek to change the Washington establishment.
Then, we are joined by Tom Cloud who provides his analysis of the week’s action in the precious metals markets. He also explains why September 12-13 will a very important time for precious metals investors.
Financial Planner and P.A.C.E. Investment Portfolio Manager, Jay Peroni, provides our listeners with an unique investing idea: a stock that treats a health problem impacting up to 70 million people. Read his analysis of this stock here.
Later, Financial Advisor John Bearss shares the importance of creating a plan now to fund your long term care costs. Read John’s article here.
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