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- White House lacking strategy on ISIS - Gen. Robert Scales, U.S. Army (Ret.), on the Obama Administration’s handling of ISIS.
- Murray Energy CEO: President is driving up the cost of electricity - Murray Energy CEO Robert Murray on the impact of Obama Administration policies on the energy and utility industries.
- Americans even more anxious now than immediately after the recession? - CapitalistPig Asset Management’s Jonathan Hoenig, Democratic Strategist Zerlina Maxwell and The Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher on the mounting concerns weighing on Americans.
- What’s the Deal, Neil: Executive action on amnesty imminent? - FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the Obama Administration’s potential executive action on amnesty.
- Can the U.S. cut off ISIS’ financial network? - Former Assistant Secretary of Defense Torie Clarke on ISIS’ recruiting and funding.
- Would an executive order on amnesty be an impeachable offense? - Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio on White House immigration policy.
- Note To The Fed: Bump Up Interest Rates, Then Take A Break - The Federal Reserve needs to change its base for short-term interest rates from near zero to 1% and then take a timeout. Fed policymakers are talking about normalization of interest rates and debating among themselves whether the liftoff should be midyear 2015 or earlier or later. That misses the point: No one knows what normalization […] Read more
- Two Experts Warn Correction Could Total 60% - Markets could soon face a fall of up to 60 percent, two experts told CNBC on Wednesday. A jolt to international confidence in central banks will lead to a 30 to 60 percent market decline, David Tice, president of Tice Capital and founder of the Prudent Bear Fund, told CNBC’s “Power Lunch.” When this happens, […] Read more
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- 30 BLOCKS OF MURALS & CIGARETTE TAXES FOR THE CHILDREN September 2, 2014 - Ty’s note, this is not a anecdote. It is a portrait of public schools in America to one degree or another. Who is cheated? And what is lost? The children and their futures.. 30 BLOCKS OF MURALS & CIGARETTE TAXES FOR THE CHILDREN 83 comments Posted on 28th August 2014 by Administrator in Economy […] Read more
- French President Says “There Is Risk Of War” As Europe Plans Additional Russia Sanctions September 2, 2014 - Ty’s note, Tyler Durden nails it. The bottom line of Russia versus the EU. GAME SET AND MATCH TO PUTIN. Europe is weak as a kitten, has Neville chamberlain as prime minister, and is at the mercy of Russia for ENERGY. He has a noose firmly in place around their necks, not including the external […] Read more
- Were European Bonds Mispriced in 2012 or are they Now? September 2, 2014 - Ty’s note, keep in mind that the European banking system is 3 to 8 times the size of national GDPS with nary a one of them with less than 10% bad loans and you have the recipe for the future action in these markets. Many with NO ACCESS to the printing press in a national […] Read more
- Kick Russia Out Of SWIFT, UK Demands September 2, 2014 - Ty’s note, important thoughts to keep in mind. Obama is imploding the empire and the money will go with it. The next two years will be one of escalating chaos and conflict. This will fan the flames of World War III… Kick Russia Out Of SWIFT, UK Demands Submitted by Tyler Durden on 08/30/2014 […] Read more
- “Our Liberty Has Been Sacrificed On The Altar Of National Security” September 2, 2014 - Ty’s note, This is sad but true. National security is just the excuse for the behavior, it is all about control and dominance over others and of course the money. As the depression unfolds hopefully people will wake up. As the world economy collapses money printing is the elixir to postpone its moral and fiscal […] Read more
- When Do We Start Calling This ‘The Greater Depression’? - Brad DeLong: When Do We Start Calling This “The Greater Depression”?: We started by calling it the financial crisis of 2007. Then it became the financial crisis of 2008. Next it was the downturn of 2009-2009. By the middle of 2009 it was clearly the biggest thing since the 1930s, and acquired the name of […] Read more
- Police, prosecutors say 2 suspected Dutch Jihad recruiters arrested - Dutch police say they have arrested two men suspected of recruiting people to fight in Syria and Iraq, the latest arrests in a long-running investigation into home-grown jihadis heading to the Middle East.
- South Africa court orders release of tapes used to drop corruption charges against president - South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeals has ordered the release of allegedly secretly recorded audio tapes about corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma.
- The Greater Depression - J. Bradford DeLong is Professor of Economics at the University of California at Berkeley and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He was Deputy Assistant US Treasury Secretary during the Clinton Administration, where he was heavily involved in budget and trade… read more BERKELY – First it was the 2007 financial […] Read more
- ISIS kills captured Syrian soldiers - Syrian activists say the Islamic State group has killed dozens of government soldiers it captured after overrunning a military base this week.
- Stock Futures Sharply Lower; Williams-Sonoma, Guess Tumble - Stock futures dived lower ahead of Thursday’s open, despite some healthy unemployment and quarterly GDP data. Dow futures slumped 53 points below fair market value and were falling. Nasdaq 100 futures dropped 10.4 points. S&P 500 futures fell 6.8 points. The stock market today sets sail with the Nasdaq and S&P 500 sitting atop their […] Read more
- French leader suggests Europe could help monitor Gaza cease-fire - France’s president is calling on the international community to help enforce the cease-fire in Gaza, suggesting that Europe could play a role in monitoring the dismantling of tunnels dug by Hamas militants as well as helping to secure gateways between Gaza and Egypt and Israel.
- Germany puts plane, lasers on stand-by in case of Iceland volcano outbreak - Germany has put a specialized aircraft and a network of laser measuring stations on stand-by in case Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano erupts.