from King World News
Here is a bit more ammo for gold bulls — they are not even thinking about a tightening policy.
November 25 (King World News) – Danielle DiMartino Booth at Quill Intelligence: Born Alexander Steel Graham in Patrick, Glasgow, Scottish cartoonist Alex Graham studied at Dumfries Academy and served in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders during World War II. After the war, he began selling cartoons to magazines like the New Yorker, Punch and Women’s Journal. One New Yorker cartoon in particular, gained an afterlife to infinity and will be forever cherished by fans of sci-fi B-movies. Run on March 21, 1953, it depicts two extraterrestrials addressing a horse with a flying saucer parked in the field behind them: “Kindly take us to your President!” Little did Graham know that his work would launch the iconic “Take me to your leader,” that’s been associated with extraterrestrials ever since.