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Most all of this site was written years ago though many of the events discussed regarding bubbles and manas are unfolding now.
I have, however, updated a few charts, and the debt clock page is semi-current. I might touch a bit on the politics page.
Each underlined word or words is a link that provides support or further information on the subject, or directs you to a related area on this site. You can use your back button or arrow to return to where you were most recently. Each place that is labeled (anchor), when clicked on, will offer an individual address to that specific point in the website, that you can highlight and copy from the window at the top of your browser using your right mouse button. You can then paste it into an email with the right button, to direct others to that exact spot. Make sure there is at least one space before and after the link you paste into your email form. It WILL NOT be collected as one of your personal bookmarks unless you choose to designate it as such.
If you are using Yahoo or Google and want to go directly to your search words without delay, hit your back button and return to the search engine and you will notice after the link description it will have the word "cached" that you can click on. While the cached page may be slightly obsolete, it will show each word of your search highlighted in a different color all the way down the website page. Pretty nifty.
If the lines of text seem too long hit the middle of the 3 squares in the upper corner of your browser and you can then hold your right mouse down on the edge of the browser and scruntch it in to make the page narrower and thus the lines shorter, but only to the extent of the widest chart on the page.
I have begun to install a colored asterisk * beside links that I believe are the most important.
I have found that copying and pasting links to send to others is better than selecting "send page" because the sent page takes more space in the recipient's mailbox and some spam protection will reject the email altogether. Make sure that there is a space before and after the address after you paste it into the email.
Personally I prefer Yahoo to Google because they are more careful about throwing out junk sites and Google requires a lot of sorting through a lot of trash to find what you want. Compare them using any search you are trying. Also I sometimes wonder if Google might adjust rankings, and thereby discriminate against websites and advertisers based on content with which they simply disagree. Here is their treatment of one Christian Ad. Does Yahoo censor websites? Compare this with the last search. Based on the above what compelling reason is there to use Google instead of Yahoo?
LISTING OF CHART OR GRAPH LINKS ON THIS SITE (anchor)
U.S. Debt chart