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VIDEO: Al Qaeda Gaining Ground

VIDEO: Navy of the Future

On June 24, 2016
Thursday  23 June  2016 / Hour 1, Block B:  Scott Shipman, Shipman Federal Services, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in the application of John Boyd’s leadership strategies in the workplace; in re: diesel submarines.  Swedes and others build highly desirable subs.  Nuclear and Diesel: the distinction is the propulsion plant. Nuclear: much faster and longer travels.   Diesel electric – hull shapes are similar; $500 to 600mil a copy; Germans have a great one, and Saab is making the A26, probably to become the best in thee world.

VIDEO: Trump Losing

On June 17, 2016

VIDEO: State Finances

On June 15, 2016
Tuesday  14 June 2016   / Hour 1, Block C: Veronique de Rugy, Mercatus (George Mason University), in re: Fiscal solvency of the states within the US.  The worst US states for economic condition?   Illinois, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut; New York, Maine California and PR.  A bill opening union contracts, which constitute a major part of PR’s problems. To work, need a really strong control board.

VIDEO: Understanding Orlando

On June 14, 2016
Monday 13 June 2016 / Hour 2, Block A: Devin Nunes, Chairman, House Intelligence Committee, in re:  The intell community has been predicting this for a y ear and a half, esp as fighters o east and return and tech improves with encrypted sealed chat rooms, which can’t really be found. Radical jihad all over the globe. Wannabees globally, esp this character, find a way to do it. This attack looks similar to the Paris concert hall – a dark room with loud music, easy to kill many, I fear that these attacks maybe become the norm.

VIDEO: Predicting the Fed

On June 14, 2016
Tuesday  14 June 2016   / Hour 1, Block B:  Sudeep Reddy, Wall Street Journal economics editor, in re: on Wed will be on video to talk about the FOMC meeting and where we are with short-term rate and direction for the rest of 2016.  Tonight, overview of global confusions The bond market holds that the Fed will not move tomorrow.  Clear that the Fed’s ueber-alles mantra is caution.  Fed’s leading index has been falling, and also has an overall jobs index that’s declining.    . .