That would be par for the course Obama insists on playing.
DEARBORN, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Ford Motor Company (F) will release its December 2014 U.S. sales results at approximately 9:30 a.m. ET Monday, January 5, 2015. At 10:00 a.m. ET, Erich Merkle, Ford U.S. sales analyst, will host a conference call for the investment community and news media to discuss the results and related market trends. He will be joined by John Felice, Ford vice president, U.S. Marketing, Sales and Service, and Emily Kolinski Morris, Ford's chief economist.
I noticed the film "Grand Canyon" last night and rejected it. I wondered why? It occurred to me that I used to like Danny Glover, when he turned Hard Core Communist, I stopped watching his films.
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I still don't understand how in the midst of all the give-aways how we ended up with a smaller profit sharing? Made no sense to me....
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The company sold 8,728 units for the month, with more than half of buyers opting for the GT trim with its 5.0-liter V8. Remaining sales are split between the entry-level V6 edition and the new four-cylinder package with a turbocharged EcoBoost mill.
Demand is said to be up across the entire country, with particularly strong sales in the Northeast and Great Lakes regions. The Mustang's largest markets, Texas and California, achieved respective sales gains of 46 percent and 76 percent.
Ford has shipped more than 20,000 units to dealers in the US and Canada, ahead of a wider rollout to Europe and Asia. The pony cars are staying on lots for an average of just eight days before finding a new home.
"Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Michigan, where Mustang is produced, is working in high gear to deliver enough 2015 Ford Mustangs to meet voracious demand from driving enthusiasts," the company said in a statement.
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Obviously his abnormal behavior leads one to question whether his mental health is in order. I am no mental health professional, but with that being said, it really doesn't take a mental health professional to see that he truly needs someone in his family to step in and get him the help he seems to be crying out for.
Holidays are a pretty rough time of the year for the elderly who seem to be forgotten by family and friends, and he seems to be hold himself out as really needing some mental help.
Have a Merry Christmas everyone.
In conclusion, it can be said that modern money is a grand illusion conjured by the magicians of finance in politics. We are living in an age of fiat money, and it is sobering to realize that every previous nation in history that has adopted fiat money eventually was economically destroyed by it. It is still within the power of Congress to abolish the Federal Reserve System, but otherwise there is nothing that offers any assurance that we shall be exempted from that morbid roll call.
EXPANSION LEADS TO CONTRACTION
While it is true that the Mandrake Mechanism is responsible for the expansion of the money supply, the process also works in reverse. Just as money is created when the Federal Reserve purchases bonds or other debt instruments, it is extinguished by the sale of those same items. When they are sold, the money is given back to the System and disappears into the inkwell or computer chip from which it came. Then, the same secondary ripple effect that created money through the commercial banking system causes it to be withdrawn from the economy. Furthermore, even if the Federal Reserve does not deliberately contract the money supply, the same result can and often does occur when the public decides to resist the availability of credit and reduce its debt. A man can only be tempted to borrow, he cannot be forced to do so.
There are many psychological factors involved in a decision to go into debt that can offset the easy availability of money and a low interest rate: A downturn in the economy, the threat of civil disorder, the fear of pending war, an uncertain political climate, to name just a few. Even though the Fed may try to pump money into the economy by making it abundantly available, the public can thwart that move simply by saying no, thank you. When this happens, the old debts that are being paid off are not replaced by new ones to take their place, and the entire amount of consumer and business debt will shrink. That means the money supply also will shrink, because, in modern America, debt is money. And it is this very expansion and contraction of the monetary pool – a phenomenon that could not occur if based upon the laws of supply and demand – that is at the very core of practically every boom and bust that has plagued mankind throughout history.
In conclusion, it can be said that modern money is a grand illusion conjured by the magicians of finance in politics. We are living in an age of fiat money, and it is sobering to rea
On the other side of the coin, the Federal Reserve has the option of manufacturing money even if the federal government does not go deeper into debt. For example, the huge expansion of the money supply leading up to the stock market crash in 1929 occurred at a time when the national debt was being paid off. In every year from 1920 through 1930, federal revenue exceeded expenses, and there were relatively few government bonds being offered. The massive inflation of the money supply was made possible by converting commercial bank loans into “reserves” at the Fed’s discount window and by the Fed’s purchase of banker’s acceptances, which are commercial contracts for the purchase of goods.
The DEMWITS CREATURE Fed Reserve Bank had done more harm to Black families than any crime EVER perpetrated against humanity. Blacks should refuse to be used by DEMWITS any longer!!
NATIONAL DEBT NOT NECESSARY FOR INFLATION
The banking cartel holds a monopoly in the manufacture of money. Consequently, money is created only when IOUs are “monetized” by the Fed or by commercial banks. When private individuals, corporations, or institutions purchase government bonds, they must use money they have previously earned and saved. In other words, no new money is created, because they are using funds that are already in existence. Therefore, the sale of government bonds to the banking system is inflationary, but when sold to the private sector, it is not. That is the primary reason the United States avoided massive inflation during the 1980s when the federal government was going into debt at a greater rate than ever before in its history. By keeping interest rates high, these bonds became attractive to private investors, including those in other countries. Very little new money was created, because most of the bonds were purchased with American dollars already in existence. This, of course, was a temporary fix at best.
Today, those bonds are continually maturing and are being replaced by still more bonds to include the original debt plus accumulated interest. Eventually this process must come to an end and, when it does, the Fed will have no choice but to literally buy back all the debt of the ‘80s – that is, to replace all of the formerly invested private money with newly manufactured fiat money – plus a great deal more to cover the interest. Then we will understand the meaning of inflation.
On the other side of the coin, the Federal Reserve has the option of manufacturing money even if the federal government does not go deeper into debt. For example, the huge expansion of the money supply leading up to the stock market crash in 1929 occurred at a time when the national