In the middle two hours, author and financial advisor Howard Ruff shared his investment tips and economic views. Here are some of the highlights:
First hour guest, consultant Charles R. Smith offered commentary on the news that the U.S. plans to hire a Hong Kong firm to search for nukes at some of its ports. The company, Hutchison Whampoa, has as its chairman the billionaire Li Ka-Shing, whom Smith pointed out maintains close ties to the Chinese military. For more, see this page posted on Smith's website.
Last hour guest, radio host and filmmaker Alex Jones discussed the recent Charlie Sheen/9-11 media coverage, as well as the Hutchison Whampoa situation. Sheen shared his belief that the US government covered up the real events of 9-11 on Jones' radio show recently. He's a trailblazer, said Jones, who noted that a CNN poll indicates that over 75% of respondents agree with Sheen's view.
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