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ROB ARKLEY: Schwarzenegger sucks

thursday-night-talkKHSU listeners heard a civilized Rob Arkley on the hour-long Thursday Night Talk with host Dan Faulk.

Among other revelations, Arkley described Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s time in office as “horrible” and a profound disappointment.  Schwarzenegger lost his principles after losing his slate of initiatives on the 2006 ballot, Arkley said.

The call-in talk show focused mostly on the national budget crisis, but Humboldt County got a few mentions.

California is a “Microcosm of Humboldt County,” said Arkley.   The state “has become downright people-hostile” with more money spent on prisons than schools.  He said California is “going to have to file bankruptcy.”

When it comes to Pacific Lumber and the takeover and ultimate bankruptcy by Maxxam, Rob said he “didn’t want to get into whether Maxxam CEO Charles Hurwitz was a good guy or bad guy.”  Readers take note: even the greediest mother humpers can openly destroy an industry, a regional economy, and an irreplaceable national treasure, but Arkley won’t take a stand on the issue.

When given the opportunity to theorize about how he would change California if he were governor, Arkley said Humboldt would “own it’s water again” and wouldn’t be shipping it down south.  He didn’t specify but was presumably talking about Eel River diversions to wine growers.  The Humboldt Herald agrees with him on that point, as does 2nd District Supervisor Clif Clendenen.

As for the bail out money, Arkley said his company didn’t take it.  He said he foresaw the limiting of salaries and didn’t want to deal with that.

Eager listeners may have been disappointed that Arkley’s “Marina Center” project failed to get a single mention.  Perhaps it was a pre-arranged agreement.  It seems reasonable to question whether Arkley would appear on a live call-in show on such a controversial (and personal) issue.

  1. daniel faulk
    February 5, 2009 at 10:17 pm

    There were no limitations for discussion. Rob didn’t ask that anything be kept out of the conversation. Moreover, he said he would be happy to come back. Perhaps that and other topics could be covered in a future show

  2. February 5, 2009 at 10:24 pm

    Thanks for the clarification. Good job with the questions. You were clearly prepared for this interview.

  3. HSU watcher
    February 5, 2009 at 10:26 pm

    Daniel Faulk was so busy kissing ass he forgot to actually ask any really probing questions just serving up the soft balls. Rob is clearly back on the good meds.

  4. Anonymous
    February 5, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    I missed about 20 minutes of the show, so perhaps I’m off base here, but:

    I’m tempted to say “Faulk went too easy on the guy,” because it did seem like he avoided a lot of tough and obvious questions, such as:

    1) The nature of his business, which is basically to foreclose on people;’
    2) His anti-environmental agenda (he bought rare duneland out from under Friends of the Dunes so that the organization could “never never never never” get it, because he hates conservation;
    3) Marina Center, of course;
    4) His personally funding, to the tune of more than half a million bucks, the ouster of Tom Daschle; is this good politics? good democracy?
    5) His buying up of Humboldt Bayfront property, now at something like 35 percent of lands there zoned “industrial”; what’s he got in mind? does he have his fingers in the port/rail scam?
    6) His current logging project near Weitchpec;
    7) His other land holdings in Humboldt and beyond: how much does he own, what does he do with it?

    Many other questions come to mind. I thought Arkley’s take on the current economic meltdown was interesting and valid, and I found the guy to be intelligent and lucid. So when I say “too easy on the guy,” I don’t mean Faulk should have beat up on him. Respect is the cornerstone of a good radio interview. But I feel he missed an opportunity to really dig in a bit and explore the tinkerings and the soul of the “green giant” (as a local prominent builder calls him).

    So yes, Dan, have him back, and ask the tough questions.

  5. Mr CP
    February 5, 2009 at 11:12 pm

    Arkley revealed himself to be inflexible and selfish. Incapable of seeing any view other than his own, he repeatedly threw up his hands in despair when his own narrow solutions failed miserably. Asked how he would behave as Governor, he talked about hoarding water in Humboldt.

    That would be an exceedingly selfish move for a CA governor, unless he were unconsciously trying to butter his own bread at every turn.

  6. Mr CP
    February 5, 2009 at 11:43 pm

    Arkley on what’s wrong with the country: unions, unions, unions.


  7. February 6, 2009 at 12:12 am

    California is “a microcosm of Humboldt County”?!

  8. Walt
    February 6, 2009 at 6:37 am

    Between the lines, Arkley was saying “charge for the water we send south, since the demand is obviously way up.” Interesting that he was so pessimistic about the state, talking about businesses fleeing. Faulk forgot to ask him who and why. Also, way too much economic jargon. You and Rob may (or may not) know what is meant. . .jargon and euphemisms mean BS to me. Finally, WHY is Rob looking to hire philosophy majors at Security National? Machiavelli? Schopenhauer? Schweitzer? Irving Kristol?

  9. Mr CP
    February 6, 2009 at 7:09 am

    Arkley kept patting himself on the back. According to him he’s really good at “relationships.”

    This is a guy who alienates people every time he opens his mouth. What hypocrisy!

  10. February 6, 2009 at 7:49 am

    For a site dedicated to character assassination, your a joke. The neo-cons and neo-libs are marginalized, on the way out. And what you did to my poor boy Copernicus, for bringin up Dan past at HSU, shame on you. Freedom of non-vulgar speech, should ok.

  11. Anonymous
    February 6, 2009 at 7:50 am

    English please Momma J

  12. humboldturtle
    February 6, 2009 at 7:54 am

    Mr. Faulk throws softballs, but how else do you interview l’enfant terrible?

    Mr. A is both brilliant and disturbing. He has learned (apparently from the Humboldt Econ dept) that “relationships” are more important than “education”.

    Patriarchal poop. Sit down, Rob.

  13. 421
    February 6, 2009 at 8:18 am

    Readers take note: even the greediest mother humpers can openly destroy an industry, a regional economy, and an irreplaceable national treasure, but Arkley won’t take a stand on the issue.

    Hurwitz did all that?

    The logging industry is destroyed?

    The regional economy is destroyed?


  14. Tax Payer
    February 6, 2009 at 8:43 am

    This would have been my question, if they had allowed more than 3 callers, “Did he or any of his entities receive any of the Federal Bailout Money?”

  15. February 6, 2009 at 8:44 am

    He explicitly said he did not receive TARP money.

  16. February 6, 2009 at 9:05 am

    Heraldo is blocking my non-vulgar posts, not sure what nerve I hit, but it was a big one.

  17. Tax Payer
    February 6, 2009 at 9:07 am

    What is TARP money?

  18. I heard GOP Talking Points
    February 6, 2009 at 9:17 am

    While listening to the KHSU interview, I heard many GOP talking points very similar to Dick Cheney’s recent remarks.

  19. Tax Payer
    February 6, 2009 at 9:18 am

    Thank you, C.P., for the definition.

  20. Eurekev
    February 6, 2009 at 9:28 am

    So Ahnode is horrible, but no judgement on corporate rapist Hurwitz? Kind of makes you wonder where an extracting capitalist could ever be considered “bad” by Rob. Maybe if they actually scraped the top two feet off the entire county and trucked it off, and made candles out of us he would venture an opinion, but I kind of doubt it. Free market, man!

    Also, he helped put the horrible Ahnode in office twice and will undoubtedly do all in his power to make sure the Horriblacrocy is continued in the next election. Wonder if he voted for Bush twice? He sees no problem, like a good repub, complaining about the lying holy bozos that they’ll cheat and dump millions to elect. Oy!

    Throw on a sugary veneer of aggressive and angry christianity, and speak without thinking first, and you’ve got life in the american aristocracy. It’s not too late Rob, turn to the light!

  21. daniel faulk
    February 6, 2009 at 10:07 am

    …my thought is that civil conversation is needed to create democracy: civility means listening first, then thinking, reflecting, responding. If you want rabid anger, join the legions of fascist and totalitarians on the left and right who drip with anger and self righteousness as they drop the guillotine on their enemies.

  22. Anonymous
    February 6, 2009 at 10:30 am

    Is “mother humper” your way of being civil, Heraldo? Sort of like calling someone a nigra ‘cuz you’re all civilized and sheet?

  23. humboldturtle
    February 6, 2009 at 10:41 am

    So it’s “either/or”, eh daniel.

    Sounds fair and balanced to me.

  24. Mr CP
    February 6, 2009 at 11:27 am

    What Daniel Faulk means to say is that groveling submission is required to interview mercurial guests. He does that exceedingly well.

    Those who ask embarrassing questions about, say, tax fraud, election rigging or vengeful politics are called “fascists” and dismissed.

    If our founding fathers had been half as timid, we’d all be living in a backwater of the British empire today.

    Meanwhile, we were treated to an hour of Arkley bragging about his accomplishments and “relationship” skills– and spouting half-baked economic cliches. And not one word about the Marina Center or the hatchet job on Tom Daschle!

  25. Anonymous
    February 6, 2009 at 11:53 am

    With the smell surrounding Daschle, perhaps Mr. A was right all along, even if for the wrong reasons. Now that the D’s are back from the wilderness, I think some of us are going to have to begin getting used to the fact that the D’s are hardly all knights in shining armor.

    Campaign contributions corrupt equally; the D’s may be a bit easier to embarrass about that.

    It’s a crying shame that 2000 happened the way it did, because Nader’s voice was incredibly important, and now he is so hated by the D’s that he has lost much of his ability to change things.

  26. Da Man
    February 6, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    What Mr. CP means to say is that one should pillory the guest during an interview for the edification of listeners clinging to one or the other set of beliefs. Civil conversation, listening, and thoughtful reflections is for traitors to the cause, whatever the cause might be.

  27. Mr CP
    February 6, 2009 at 1:10 pm

    Yes, whatever you do don’t rock the boat. Let the guest bloviate and remember to smile on command.

    A dissenting opinion–ANY dissenting opinion– might upset Mr. Arkley and then where would you be?

  28. robo
    February 6, 2009 at 2:10 pm

    Hell yea! Rob Arkley kciks ass!
    I hope he runs for governor i would vote for him in a heartbeat. Finaly a good candidate. Lets all get behind this guy so we can get our water resoures back in humboldt control!

  29. February 6, 2009 at 2:27 pm

    maybe horowitz kids are going to get his karma, looks like madoff made off with their cash


  30. Anonymous
    February 6, 2009 at 2:48 pm

    Too bad they don’t let Faulk host that show every week. He’s far superior to that unmentionable huckster who Heraldo deletes any critical reference to.

  31. Ed
    February 6, 2009 at 3:38 pm

    what does Horowitz have to do with anything CJ?

  32. anonymous
    February 6, 2009 at 7:56 pm

    CJ obviously doesn’t know much. Mr. Hurwitz is a decent man who has been attacked by the left because he had the nerve to offer a stock buyout at a significant premium to the market. He picked some poor managers to run the company in the last half of his ownership, but I’d take him over the current group of clowns any day.

  33. Ed
    February 6, 2009 at 8:11 pm

    obviously 7:56 doesn’t know much either.

  34. Ghosts of the Bayshore Mall
    February 6, 2009 at 8:15 pm

    And I would take a group of clowns over Hurwitz.

  35. Ed
    February 6, 2009 at 8:21 pm

    And I would call those clowns and raise you some aging homeless mimes over Hurwitz.

  36. February 6, 2009 at 8:57 pm

    Hilarious that the comment about Hurwitz being a “decent man” came from Simpson. That’s all you need to know about their logging agenda.

  37. Anonymous
    February 6, 2009 at 11:34 pm

    what do you mean, it came from Simpson?

  38. Mr CP
    February 7, 2009 at 10:41 am


  39. daniel faulk
    February 7, 2009 at 12:03 pm

    Anger about PL, The Marina Project, Local THP’s….might be missing something worth noting:

    1. George Soros, Paul Krugman and Rob Arkley all agree on one thing: the existing economic system is in a state of extreme crisis. This crisis, as Karl Marx observed back in the 1800’s, is a consequence of the system itself. The current corporate capitalist system has exceeded its own capacity to sell its products and thus is collapsing at an accelerating rate. Workers, business and government are all over extended in terms of debt. Wages and income are declining as a result of unemployment and upside down mortgages. This ” debt crisis” means the corporate capitalist system, is going over a cliff. A global cliff. (In other words the Marina Project is an illusion…there is no consumer demand to support it. Most THP’s are an illusion, the housing crisis means that there is a surplus of housing on the market and thus the demand for timber is going to be reduced by an extent that exceeds every direct action tree sit in Humboldt county)

    2. California is in the third year of a severe drought. Today the sun is shining in Humboldt county..and it should be raining. Listing endangered species when there is not enough water for California’s industrial agriculture system and when 15 million people in So. Cal might not have drinking water…is missing the bigger picture: the ecologic system, that the industrial economic system depends on, is in a state of catastrophic collapse.

    3. Social disruptions: if the small minded would look outside of Humboldt county they might notice that there are riots going on around the world as the economic and ecological systems that support life are collapsing. Governments are being brought down from Iceland to Latvia. A general strike is taking place in France, 5000 people are dead in Mexico from social violence and, as the Mexican drug wars escalate, whole regions are caught up in drug gang violence.
    4. Indicator species of crisis: 1. falling gas prices tell us that the larger global economic system is contracting. 2. the price of marijuana is falling which tells us discretionary demand is falling. 3. the owners of two stores in the Bay Shore Mall are bankrupt and the Mall itself is on the verge of bankruptcy.

    In light of these systemic crises, the focus of anger at agents of small time projects might be missing something much bigger and more profound taking place. I suggest that the economic and ecological crisis unfolding will require levels of co-operation and creativity that will force us to transcend particular differences and find sustainable, non industrial models IF WE ARE GOING TO SURVIVE.

  40. Anonymous
    February 7, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    As Tom Daschle has been revealed to be a both a liar and a tax cheat, maybe we should thank Rob Arkley for agressively opposing him in 2004.

  41. February 7, 2009 at 12:51 pm

    Stoked dan faulk has a stable state job, your union will continue to dole out your bennies and pay even if CA goes bankrupt. Keep up defending the big picture, against small minds.

  42. Mr CP
    February 7, 2009 at 12:54 pm

    Now Daniel Faulk tries to change the subject, giving us apocalyptic visions–rather than speaking up against Arkley’s abuses, or even asking him about his plans for The Marina Center. Faulk, you are hardly a prophet or a revolutionary; you don’t even seem capable of grasping the big issues on your doorstep.

    Focus man. You had Arkley on your show for a hour. You let him set the agenda and ramble endlessly. You failed to even mention the Marina Center! You failed to challenge his manipulation of national elections.

  43. daniel faulk
    February 7, 2009 at 2:02 pm

    Perhaps I should clear something up: My goal was to have a conversation with Rob about what was going on in the economic system at large. I wanted to go from the Macro economic crisis to the state of California. I figured local issues were/are well covered on other shows and sides were/are predetermined.

    What would be the point of bringing up the Marina Center? Don’t most people already know where they stand on this issue? Don’t people already know where Rob stands on this issue? What would be the point?

  44. Third world America
    February 7, 2009 at 2:41 pm

    Can you imagine Arkely telling the Govenator to his face that he sucks? I’d love to see that.

  45. February 7, 2009 at 2:43 pm

    It’s more likely that Arkley would scream “you’re worthless!”

  46. Third world America
    February 7, 2009 at 2:54 pm

    Even Better, that would be good entertainment.

  47. Anony.Miss
    February 7, 2009 at 3:13 pm

    I thought both interviewer and interviewee performed well. I know some people wanted to see some fireworks and deeper probing, but I think when something ugly happens you can be assured that that reporter will not be given the opportunity to interview again. There’s nothing stopping the callers from asking whatever they want though. Perhaps the call-in period will be longer next time and people who want to ask those controversial questions can have their chance.

    I also think Mr. Arkley would probably answer an email if a person really had a question they wanted to have a direct answer to. He seems eager to know why people feel the way they do and likes the chance to state his position. His email is easy to find, and is probably listed on their company website.

  48. Mr CP
    February 7, 2009 at 5:08 pm

    Heraldo has a point. Faulk was intimidated by Arkley, so he blew the interview. And rather than cop to his cowardice now, he blames global warming and has the nerve to suggest it would be “pointless” to even mention The Marina Center.

    Those of us who care about the fate of our waterfront need to know what he has in mind for Eureka. We happen to have the most beautiful waterfront in California. Is it about to become an industrial sludge heap, as many suggest? Faulk was too timid to even ask.

  49. 421
    February 7, 2009 at 5:17 pm

    I would love for some of you fools who think you are so smart to call in and debate Rob Arkley. I have seen him field unscripted questions and he is no lightweight. He is educated, smart, and quick with his wit. Tie that to practical experience with global economics and probably 99% of you wouldn’t get past step one in a debate.

  50. Ed
    February 7, 2009 at 5:24 pm

    I agree that the lack of local focus was disappointing. The impression I got was Arkley needed desperately to come off as reasonable and erudite. Why else would he even participate in such an interview if not for damage control? As to his involvement in further call in shows, I wouldn’t hold my breath.

  51. Anony.Miss
    February 7, 2009 at 6:08 pm

    I agree with 421- whatever you want to believe, he is capable and smart, and knows his stuff.

    The Marina Center can be its own show- there is enough there for many shows. And Mr. CP, it is ALREADY an industrial sludge heap. The question is what WILL it become?

  52. Auntie Mayme
    February 7, 2009 at 6:25 pm

    I have a list of questions that I would like to ask him.

  53. Mr CP
    February 7, 2009 at 10:20 pm

    “And Mr. CP, it is ALREADY an industrial sludge heap.”

    Actually, it’s an empty, grassy field, inhabited by the occasional transient. If it becomes a sprawling Mall linked to an industrial harbor, it could finish off both Eureka and it’s beautiful harbor–while enriching Arkley.

    So let’s hear from you on this essential question, Rob Arkley. Impress us with your honesty and transparency. But kindly spare us the hot air. This is a not a softball radio interview with one of your cowering dogs. Stick to the facts and we’ll decide if we’re going to let you near our harbor.

  54. Anony.Miss
    February 8, 2009 at 7:33 am

    He won’t bite with that nasty lure of an invitation. I think for a civilized discourse both parties need to start out with the intent of listening and prejudgmental statements are a bad start.

  55. 421
    February 8, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    why the calls for a cleanup if it’s just a grassy field? How about you impress us with your honesty and transparency?

  56. Peter Schiff
    February 8, 2009 at 4:32 pm

    I was right…..and the Marina center is a pipe dream.

  57. The Monitor
    February 8, 2009 at 7:59 pm

    I’ll bet Arkley is grinding his teeth over the $500,000 he gave to Arnold when he ran for governor. Sometimes you just don’t know who to pick in a horse race. Rob just wants a little water left in the rivers when he tries to sell his subdivided properties advertised with a water view. You can’t attract S. Cal retirees here to buy a mini ranch if it is as dry as back home.

  58. Mr CP
    February 8, 2009 at 9:31 pm

    “I think for a civilized discourse both parties need to start out with the intent of listening and prejudgmental statements are a bad start.”

    Translation: When somebody is screwing you and has a reputation of flying into public rages, the most important thing is to be very polite. Be very careful that you don’t cause any offense.

  59. 421
    February 8, 2009 at 9:47 pm

    Hey Schiff,
    You might have been right, but why did your clients lose 50% just like everybody else? Don’t give the stupid “they did better the previous 6 years” – – so did everybody.

  60. Peter Schiff
    February 8, 2009 at 11:02 pm

    My investment firm is more concerned about the long investment term, many stocks had gotten nailed in 08….but my firm also invests in gold, silver and other commodities. The WSJ is trying to smear my name with it’s normal propaganda, but my investors know better. No investor in my firm had a loss with gold and silver stocks, even during 2008, and the three investors who reported this data will eventually make back their investments; particularly if they also invested in gold. And a few jaded investors who jumped in too late would naturally have had a loss for that year, but we are concerned about the long term. It must be a hard pill to swallow, knowing that I was right.

    Remember, I don’t manage any accounts…I simply own an investment firm where individual investors can purchase stock. But, I have enemies nonetheless, I realize this. In any case, buy gold folks….the dollar will collapse and we will see a small depression this year, if 900 billion is printed into circulation. So be prepared and sell your dollar assets today.

  61. HumboldtZ
    February 9, 2009 at 9:29 am

    Peter…shut up.

  62. Peter Schiff
    February 9, 2009 at 10:03 am

    I know, it’s painful to imagine but the train is coming just around the bend….and I advise you to get off the tracks. The bond bubble will be the last bubble to burst, then the collapse will be completely apparent. Think modern day Zimbabwe. No, the balloon track will remain a field as it should be. It’s time to save by paying down debt, rather than spending and creating more debt. This is going to be a sour reality check folks. Open your eyes, the stimulus plan will be the gasoline on the fire that already burns. Stand clear, and watch Rome fall.

  63. HumboldtZ
    February 9, 2009 at 10:14 am


    Gold is an extremely unstable investment. Right now it’s very high. It will definitely collapse as the economy recovers. Those who follow your advice will be destroyed.

    You of course, will pocket lots of commissions from all the suckers who you can scare into stepping off the cliff.

    Kindly spare us your sleazy “advice.” We have important things to talk about here.

  64. Peter Schiff
    February 9, 2009 at 11:54 am

    Time will tell, gold has sustained it’s value for 3000 years. During the height of the Roman Empire an ounce of gold would buy you a nice pair of high quality sandals, a high quality belt… and a fine robe to sport. In modern day, an ounce of gold will buy you a very nice pair of shoes, a high quality belt and a very nice suit. It’s a fact, gold has kept it’s value for thousands of years. Buy gold now folks, sell your dollar assets.

    You want sleaze? Look at what the Fed has done to this country, protect yourself from their wrath and protect yourself from this stimulus, buy commodities and tangible assets. The government is to blame for all this mess people, they raped us….now it’s time to rape them back by selling your dollars. Greenspan started the bubble mess, one bubble after the other….and now we’re bordering a third world economy. Gold never loses it’s real value, but next to the leveraged dollar it may appear to have less value (as in the past), don’t be fooled by the Fed. Lets be friends not enemies.

  65. Mr. Nice
    February 9, 2009 at 12:34 pm

    Gold is not an unstable investment unless you bought all of your gold at the peak of gold prices in 1980. If it were such a bad idea, why are national governments stockpiling gold?

    There is no indication that the value of gold will decline as the economy recovers sometime in the next decade or two. The current spot price of gold is nowhere near the actual scarcity of gold coins or gold bullion. If you try buying gold at spot price, I guarantee that you will get impure gold scrap/shot. To get gold bars or gold coins, the current market commands a price of 120-140% spot price with a 2-3 month waiting period. I can tell there is a healthy market for gold as ebay has so many recent scams selling fake gold-plated silver coins.

    Perhaps I’ll eat my words when gold suddenly drops back to $300/oz and the Chinese can’t sell all of their panda coins. Until then, (pigs can’t fly and) gold is king.

  66. HumboldtZ
    February 9, 2009 at 1:11 pm

    Ignore this Peter Schiff Troll. He’s trying to hijack this blog to make a killing for himself!

  67. Peter Schiff
    February 9, 2009 at 1:14 pm

    Gold will rise to $2000 or even $3000 dollars an ounce once this stimulus is unleashed. It’s currently pushing $1000 for an ounce. You may also want to look into gold bonds and foreign gold mining stocks that pay dividends, don’t be a speculator.

    Mr Nice is correct. Gold is king, and pigs will never fly. The truth appears to be “sleazy” when compared to the rosy picture of a lie.

    Once the bond bubble bursts and the false rallies fade away, our dollar will be as good a toilet paper stuck to your bum.

  68. Peter Schiff
    February 9, 2009 at 1:47 pm

    HumboldtZ, come join me in my efforts for Senate in 2010 (CT).


  69. HumboldtZ
    February 9, 2009 at 2:17 pm

    As a matter of fact, I’m from CT. I will call everyone I know–and email all my professional organizations and school alumni clubs– and urge them NOT to vote for you under any circumstances. And I’ll ask them to pass along the warning.

  70. Mr. Nice
    February 9, 2009 at 3:27 pm

    If you urge them not to vote for someone because they believe precious metals to be a sound investment, then I doubt your tactics will sway anyone.

  71. HumboldtZ
    February 9, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    I will urge them not to vote for him because he’s a hustler and a pest.

  72. HumboldtZ
    February 9, 2009 at 4:42 pm

    And that’s my last posting on him. Part of his strategy is to insert himself in other people’s discussions. I’m ignoring him from here on.

  73. Anony.Miss
    February 9, 2009 at 5:41 pm

    What made you believe he was the real Peter Schiff?

  74. The Monitor
    February 9, 2009 at 10:10 pm

    Pretty far astray, I’d say, gold aside. Sounds like Peter picked a peck of investor’s pockets. Don’t trust any of them. Learn it for yourself and you will find you know as much as they do, probably more. For sure you can do better that any handful of wall streeters you want to name. What they are really good at is creating fat paychecks for themselves.

  75. cheekymonkey
    April 13, 2009 at 11:19 am

    The question that has not been answered:

    Why is Peter Schiff posting on a Humboldt county blog?


    Does anyone know where to get the audio recording of the Thursday night talk with Rob Arkley?

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