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Dow Jones Lower into Friday/Monday

This week still looks to be the target for at least a temporary low. The Dow has broken the 15000 level with support beginning at the 14825-14805 level. Additional [...]

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Government v the People – India Reveals the Insanity

The collapse in the Indian rupee illustrates the difference in thinking between government and the people. While India’s central bank has said that it will [...]

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Greece Will Need Another Bailout

We are at the stage of complete moronism because government cannot see that it is the entire Marxist-Keynesian centralized control that is collapsing. Greece will [...]

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Free Press Is Gone – Long Live the New Iron Curtain – Thank you Feinstein

The ramifications of what has unfolded ever since the revelations of Snowden has truly reshaped the world. For the past two years, I have been told from people [...]

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Thailand Enters Recession

The turn in capital flows is also in part linked to the decline in retail sales that has been showing up in US reports. Thailand has entered a recessionary trend [...]

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Municipalities are Collapsing in Europe – Detroit is not Alone

The debt crisis is being felt at the state and local levels. This entire structure of promising pensions on the assumption that they can just always raise taxes is [...]

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British Seize All Snowden’s Documents at Guardian

David Miranda, the companion of Glenn Greenwald, who was a journalist with the British “Guardian” newspaper and the primarily journalist responsible for [...]

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The Seizure of Laptops at the Border

The US government in its quest for money has embarked upon even seizing people’s laptops at the border. It is their position that the constitution really has [...]

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Fed Tapering – To be or Not to be?

QUESTION: Will the Fed still taper? ANSWER: The Fed ‘tapering’ will happen but it is not truly impacting the economy. That is the whole fallacy about what is [...]

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Emerging Markets Collapsing

India’s biggest two-day stock market slide since 2009, surging bond yields and a plunge in the rupee to a record low are pressuring officials for fresh steps [...]

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