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Chip Wood

Chip Wood is the geopolitical editor of PersonalLiberty.com. He is the founder of Soundview Publications, in Atlanta, where he was also the host of an award-winning radio talk show for many years. He was the publisher of several bestselling books, including Crisis Investing by Doug Casey, None Dare Call It Conspiracy by Gary Allen and Larry Abraham and The War on Gold by Anthony Sutton. Chip is well known on the investment conference circuit where he has served as Master of Ceremonies for FreedomFest, The New Orleans Investment Conference, Sovereign Society, and The Atlanta Investment Conference. Email this author.


Richard Nixon’s First Retirement

It was 48 years ago this week that a very disgruntled politician told a California press conference that "you won’t have Dick Nixon to kick around anymore." Nixon had just failed in his bid to become Governor of California. He announced that he was retiring from politics. Not quite. Exactly 10 years later, on Tuesday, […]

This Was No Mere Election, It Was A Restraining Order

An amazing change has taken place in the political landscape of America. In the world’s most important legislative body Republicans gained more than 60 seats. Read this article to learn the significance of the change… 

New Orders From The PC Police

*Political correctness has gone too far. I just got a memo from the PC police, ordering me to make the following changes in anything I say for public consumption. I assume other writers have received the same notice, so be prepared for some interesting changes. For example: You are no longer allowed to refer to […]

Historically Speaking, November Begins Best Three Months To Invest

Did you buy some stocks two days ago? If you did, congratulations — it turns out that, historically, Nov. 1 is the best day of the year to invest in the stock market. That’s because most of the time September and October are lousy months for stocks. Since 1950, the S&P has risen an average of 1.6 […]

Halloween, NPR, Saluting Veterans And The Nanny State

*If Obama made the rules for Halloween. The funniest cartoon I’ve seen in a while featured three little tykes, dressed in their Halloween costumes, knocking on someone’s door. A guy opens it and says, “Look how much candy you have! I’m going to take half and give it to the kids too lazy to go […]

Wait Until We Throw These Rascals Out

I read a very depressing statistic last week. In a nationwide poll some 63 percent of adult Americans said they do not think they will be able to maintain their present standard of living much longer, much less improve it. This made me very sad — and a little bit angry, too. Read this article to learn more… 

The Unveiling Of Lady Liberty

Tens of thousands of New Yorkers crowded into the southern tip of Manhattan 124 years ago tomorrow — Oct. 28, 1886. The cold rain did little to dampen the enthusiasm of the crowd, which stared expectantly across the water to a patch of land called Bedloe’s Island. They were there to watch the unveiling of an unusual […]

Mainstream Media Bias, Wages In D.C., Texting And Stimulus Waste

*This is what the media calls the mainstream? Did you hear about the exciting rally the Democrats held in Washington last week? Neither did I. But some 400 groups participated, including the Communist Party USA, the Democratic Socialists of America, the National Council of La Raza, and even one called Queers for Economic Justice. None […]

More Profits Than You’ve Dreamed Of

As expected, I caught some flak from a few readers of my column two weeks ago, A Trillion Reasons to Buy Gold Now. Of all the reasons my critics gave for not buying gold now, there is one I want to address today. That is the argument that gold has already gone so high it is bound to come crashing down. Read this article to see how Geopolitical Editor Chip Wood addresses that argument… 

The Black Monday Crash

It was 23 years ago this week when the stock market suffered its biggest one-day loss in history. On "Black Monday" — Oct. 19, 1987 — the market plunged 508 points, or 22.6 percent, on a then-record 604 million shares. The point loss has since been exceeded, but not the percentage. The crash began in Asia, with the Singapore […]

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