Monthly Archives: August 2011

Saint Irene ora pro nobis

Saint Irene, pray for all that bear your name.

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Gold dipped,time to buy.

Suckers will be filling gold stores today due to yesterday’s dip. Don’t be a fool.Chase has gold going to 2500 an ounce.I wish I could listen to Peter Schiff at 10am today on GCN.

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St. Louis Day is tomorrow

All should read the greatest father-son letter in history; the letter of St.Louis to his son available online. Happy name day to all relevant and may God help all fathers and sons.

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NASDAQ says Exelon “unusual activity”

NASDAQ reports that Exelon reports “unusual activity” at its four Mid-Atlantic nuclear reactors.

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Exelon nuclear plants unaffected by quakes

Fox local news on the East Coast reports no damage to nuclear reactors. Exelon by means of NASDAQ has reported unusual activity as its four Mid-Atlantic nuclear reactors.

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Delmarva, Delaware Valley shaken

I saw people coming out of a Mid- Atlantic mall as I pulled into the parking lot . No injuries.

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New sedevacantist seminary in Fairfield, Ohio

Father Markus Ramolla has announced plans to start a new sedevacantist traditional Roman Catholic seminary in Fairfield, Ohio. Hopefully, they will be more rigorous on extra ecclesium nulla salus than the CMRI or the SSPV. It will be called Saint … Continue reading

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Hope of Quebec is dead at age 61

Toronto politician Jack Layton whose NDP saw recent great growth in neighboring Quebec province died unexpectedly, the CBC has reported. He was an advocate of social justice in the face of growing Manchester style Austrian economics.

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Tripoli has fallen

President Barack Obama and French leader Nicholas Sarkosy should get a short-term boost from the Libyan rebels taking over Tripoli.What kind of government emerges from the Bengazi tribes will determine if there is a long term victory of Western interests. … Continue reading

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August 21, 2011 Libyan rebels march on Tripoli

Israel prefers Kadaffy to the Jihadist Salafists to the east. The African population is also threatened by the tribes based in Bengazi. Kadaffy has a stockpile of scud missiles and he is unlikely to go down without a fight. How … Continue reading

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