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Solari Report: August 4, 2011

Solari Report: August 4, 2011

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This Thursday evening on the The Solari Report I are more than pleased to welcome Sally Fallon of the Weston A. Price Foundation and the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund for a discussion of how you access and maintain a delicious, healthy diet and connect with the people in your area and your networks that can help you do so. We will talk about the significant forces arrayed against food freedom and what the Foundation and Fund are doing about it.

I will start with Money & Markets, with a focus on what just happened on the debt limit talks, what it means for financial markets going forward, and why the so-called "Tea Party" has ZERO to do with the grassroots and a lot more to do with economic hits for "Mr. Global." We have some excellent questions for Ask Catherine too.

In Let's Go to the Movies, I recommend Sally Fallon's presentation, "The Oiling of America" as well as video on Weston Prices research on "Pottenger's Cats."

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Crossing America

I left San Francisco on Saturday, July 23 and drove to Laguana Beach. The next day I drove to Tucson, Arizona. After two days in Tucson, I headed east and north to Santa Fe, New Mexico for a meeting on Thursday morning and then southeast to Midland, Texas. Midland has not had a real rain for 300 days. After a day and two evenings in Midland, I drove east to Tennessee, arriving on Sunday. ...

Super Congress To Target Second Amendment

The so-called "Super Congress" that is about to be created with the debt ceiling vote will have powers far beyond just controlling the nation’s purse strings—its authority will extend to target the second amendment—eviscerating normal protections that prevent unconstitutional legislation from being fast-tracked into law. ...

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Pottenger's Cats: The Oiling of America

Nothing in this Solari Update should be taken as individual investment advice. Anyone seeking investment advice for his or her personal financial situation is advised to seek out a qualified advisor or advisors and provide as much information as possible to the advisor in order that such advisor can take into account all relevant circumstances, objectives, and risks before rendering an opinion as to the appropriate investment strategy.

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