Miners News - October/November 2015

CANADIAN STOCK EXCHANGES - OCTOBER 2015

THE MARKET BEHAVES LIKE IT DAMN WELL LIKES TOO

It is now autumn, the kids are in school and for us old folks our children and/or grand children are in college or hopefully gainfully employed.  NFL football is in full swing and Brady’s problems have been solved and back-up QB Garopolo is on the bench ready to perform when needed... Read More

SILVER MINE REOPENS FAMED COMSTOCK LODE

The Comstock Lode – the name has a powerful attraction in the annals of American History. It is the largest silver deposit in the history of the world; producing about 200 million ounces of silver and helping to finance the North during the Civil War... Read More

FIGHT LOWER PRICES WITH MORE PRODUCTIVE BLASTING AND DRILLING

As mineral and metals prices drop, most mines are finding their profit margins disappearing. And, while the road to improved productivity and profits is multifaceted, drilling and blasting is the first step and can have a major impact on the rest of the mining, milling, prepping, and concentrating process... Read More

THE EPA’S TERRIBLE RECORD OF PROTECTING THE ENVIORNMENT

For decades we have been told that only government can solve environmental problems. Of course, the people who tell us that seem to ignore the facts that totalitarian governments and governments with centralized, powerful environmental agencies usually have the worst environmental issues... Read More

Mining Affairs Forum

“Where Goes the Rule of Law?”

When former 20-term Congressman Pete Stark, (D-CA) was asked where Congress got the constitutional authority to control something as personal as our health care, he responded: “I think that there are very few constitutional limits that would prevent the federal government from rules that could affect your private life... Read More

MINERS OUT WEST ATE BETTER THAN YOU THOUGHT

Contrary to the Hollywood image of mining towns, residents ate just as well as anyone else in the United States. Many chefs went to the goldfields to ply their trade and the same trains and stagecoaches that took the gold and silver out, were hauling quality provisions into remote mining towns... Read More

DON’T FORGET EYE PROTECTION

Most would agree that eyesight is our most treasured sense. Yet, eyes are one of our most vulnerable organs. OSHA estimates that eye injuries alone cost more than $300 million per year in lost production time, medical expenses, and worker compensation. Fortunately, 90% of all eye injuries can be prevented with proper eye protection... Read More

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