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  1. By my count, Don has 169. He looks extremely likely to win: Georgia 16 Florida 29 North Carolina 15 Utah 6 Alaska 3 Idaho 4 For a total of 242 He has a very good chance in: Wisconsin 10 He has three point leads in Arizona 11 Michigan 16 Which takes him into the White House.
  2. Both Guardian and RealClear have Donald slightly leading in Ohio, North Carolina and Florida.
  3. If Florida goes Democrat, I estimate Clinton leads 130-96 at the moment.
  4. Don has a 3% percent lead in Florida with 15% counted. Don with a large lead in Virginia, Obama win in 2012. South Carolina just declared for Don. ༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ DONALD TAKE MY HIGH ENERGY ༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ
  5. Early results in, looking good for Don so far: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/ Clinton Trump Kentucky (8) 30.9 64.5 (20%) Indiana (11) 32.4 63.2 (12%)
  6. "The setting is in there to allocate votes by percent"
  7. Rebel Media have done a couple of interesting videos about Transgenderism in Canada. In the first, Lauren Southern legally becomes a man in about 5 minutes. In the second, David Menzies in a dress visits a Sharia women's swimming pool day. Listen to the lifeguards trying to explain the policy!
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    Following Deutsche Bank's admission that it manipulated silver prices earlier today, http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-04-14/case-closed-deutsche-bank-confirms-silver-market-manipulation-legal-settlement-agree it has also admitted that it manipulated gold prices. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-04-14/first-silver-now-gold-deutsche-bank-admits-it-also-rigged-gold-prices-legal-settleme The mining companies now need to launch a class action to punish the criminal bankers. Maybe a group of traders who lost money could also launch a class action.
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    http://www.tfmetalsreport.com/blog/7563/deutschebank-settles-silver-lawsuit I personally think that what has gone on in the metals markets is multiple times worse than the LIBOR scandal. It is now up to the silver miners to sue the banks.
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    Massive Rallies "Dead-Ahead" For Gold, Silver - and Oil !? (suggests Paul Thomason, Editor, Elliott Wave Analytics) There are none so blind as those who will not see. Nearly two years ago now.
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    Tens or hundreds of thousands of mine workers in some of the poorest countries in the world losing their jobs as the mining companies go bankrupt and being forced into abject poverty.
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    Yet again, people seem unable to see the lorryloads of evidence that gold is an utterly fixed market I just cannot understand why. Interestingly, Hatton Garden Metals, one of the major retail dealers is now completely sold out of everything gold related. http://www.hattongardenmetals.com/buy/cid5/gold-coins
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    Anyone else have gold falling 60 dollars in a minute to 1070 dollars at about 2.30am British time? Good to know that the free and fair gold market that we have all grown to know and love is still being tightly regulated.
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    New 5 year lows today
  15. Well I thought it was a good idea for a topic. I too am looking at oil companies but don't know enough to contribute anything useful. This place