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  • Federal Reserve System a Run Away Machine-G. Edward Griffin
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Edward Griffin, author of “The Creature from Jekyll Island,” says the global monetary system is out of control. Griffin contends, “There is nothing that can be done about it. This thing is a runaway machine.  I would feel much better if these political figures would say hey, this […]Related Posts:Next […]
  • CA Drought Worst Ever, Greek Debt Crisis Latest, Fed Cannot Raise Rates, Secret Trade Deal Advances-WNW 195
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (6.19.15  A picture is worth a thousand words, and here is a picture of an unfolding calamity in California.  Check out the latest drought map of the state.  Almost 100% of the state is in severe drought conditions.  Many parts of the West are also experiencing drought, but California is ground-zero.  […]Related Posts:WNW 182 […]
  • Next Financial Calamity Unavoidable-John Embry
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  John Embry, Senior Investment Strategist at Sprott Asset Management, says there is no doubt another financial calamity is coming.  In fact, Embry says, “It’s unavoidable.  It’s inevitable is the word I would use.  There is no getting out of it.  If you thought 2008 was bad, and I thought it was […]Related Posts:Gold and Silv […]
  • Cashless Society Needed for Negative Rates-Gordon Long
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Macroeconomist Gordon Long says elite bankers want and need negative interest rates.  How do they get them?  Long says, “We need a cashless society in order to get negative interest rates.  We have had negative real interest rates for some time.  That’s the whole premise of paying down […]Related Posts […]
  • WNW 194-Secret Trade Deals, Not Serious About Stopping ISIS, Obama Care and Economy in Trouble
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (6.12.15)  The Republicans are pushing trade agreements, but they are secret.  Congressman Paul Ryan says “We the People” do not get to know the secret details until Congress votes them through.  On the trade packages in Asia and Europe, Ryan said, “It’s declassified and made public once it’s agreed to.”  Is […]Related Posts […]
  • The Collapse Is Now-Gregory Mannarino
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial analyst Gregory Mannarino says time is short for the next financial calamity.  Mannarino contends, “Not only are things are getting close, but we are here now.  This is it. . . . The collapse is now.  Look at what is going on. . . .Despite actions by world central banks, […]Related Posts:Fed will be Forced to Punish […]
  • Wave Coming Too Large to Duck Under-Warren Pollock
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com    (Early Sunday Release) Financial and geopolitical analyst Warren Pollock warns, “When I go swimming in the ocean, sometimes I have to duck under a wave.  This wave may be too large to duck under, and I think that is what these large events are.  I think we are seeing large events, […]Related Posts:Damage Control Going to W […]
  • WNW 193-Greek Debt Crisis Conclusion, Economic Propaganda, Iraq Finger Pointing
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (6.5.15) The Greek debt crisis looks like it will be coming to an end.  I don’t know if it is this month, but it is definitely this year.  Everybody is worried about a Greece default, but a default has really already happened.  If you have to loan a country money to pay its […]Related Posts:CA Drought Worst Ever, Greek Debt Cr […]
  • Panic Exit Out of Currencies & Into Gold & Silver-David Morgan
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Finance and economic writer David Morgan thinks the global economy very likely could take a sudden turn for the worst.  Morgan says, “There is going to be a panic buy into the metals, and there is only so much to go around. . . . The way things have gone from […]Related Posts:A Run to Silver and Gold unlike Anything in Histor […]
  • Monetary Heroin Will Crash the Dollar-Peter Schiff
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com    (Earl Sunday Release) Money manager Peter Schiff, who wrote a book three years ago called “The Real Crash,” thinks the next calamity is well on its way.  Schiff says, “I think the next crash is going to be a dollar crash rather than a stock market crash.  Certainly it is going […]Related Posts:Confusing a Bubble for a Genu […]
  • No. 729: May CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Consumer Liquidity, FOMC, GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Further Frustrating Fed Hopes of Raising Rates, U.S. Economy Should Weaken Ahead • "New" Recession Remains in Play • Four Months of Flat-to-Down Real Earnings Headed for a Second-Quarter Contraction • May Retail Sales Gain of 1.21% Was 0.76% After Inflation; Sales Headed for Quarterly Gain; Annual Growth Signaled Reces […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Tuesday, June 23, 2015 Existing Home Sales New Home Sales New Orders for Durable Goods May-2015 […]
  • No. 728: May Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • Greater-Than-Expected Decline in May Housing Starts, but the Highly-Unstable Series Continued Its Smoothed Pattern of Low-Level Stagnation • Surge in May Building Permits Was Due Entirely to Distortions from Annualized Multiple-Unit Data in the Northeast […]
  • No. 727: May Industrial Production and the Produce Price Index (PPI)
    (SGS Subscription required) • It Still Looks a Lot Like a "New" Recession • Production Contracted in First-Quarter 2015; Second-Quarter Production Contraction Now Is a Virtual Certainty • Longest String of No Monthly Growth, and Worst Annual and Quarterly Production Activity Since the Economic Collapse • May PPI Surge of 0.55% Reflected Some Catch- […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:  The next regular Commentary, scheduled for Tuesday, June 23rd, will cover May New Orders for Durable Goods and New- and Existing-Home Sales.  A second Commentary on January 24th will cover the third estimate of, second revision to first-quarter 2015 GDP.  Separately, a Public Comment on unemployment measurement is pending. See Schedule […]
  • No. 726: May Nominal Retail Sales, Mid-Year Review of Current Circumstances
    (SGS Subscription required) • Broad Outlook Unchanged: Continuing Economic Downturn, Massive U.S. Dollar Problems and Inflation Issues Ahead • Is Fed in Control of Monetary Policy? Fed Looks to Raise Rates, Irrespective of the Economy • Trade Deals Usually Reduce U.S. Economic and Employment Activity, More than 5-Million U.S. Jobs Lost So Far • Strong Nomina […]
  • No. 725: May Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Have the Fed and Uncle Sam Lost Control of the Economic and Monetary Situation? • Labor Data Were Skewed Heavily by Seasonal-Adjustment Distortions • Jobs Gains Were Bloated, Headline Unemployment Reporting Simply Was Meaningless • May 2015 Unemployment: 5.5% (U.3), 10.8% (U.6), 23.1% (ShadowStats) • Money-Supply M3 Annual Growt […]
  • No. 724: April Trade Deficit and Benchmark Revision, Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Benchmark Trade Revisions Were Relatively Small; Aggregate Nominal Deficit Deepened by 0.7% (-0.7%) in 2014 • Trade Revisions Put the Lie to GDP-Seasonality Issues • April Real Deficit Effectively Was Unchanged versus First-Quarter • Despite Jump in April Construction Spending, Inflation-Adjusted Series Continued Broad Pattern o […]
  • No. 723: First Revision to First-Quarter GDP, April Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • Inflation-Adjusted, First-Quarter Real GDP Sank by 0.7% (-0.7%); Before Inflation Adjustment, Nominal GDP Dropped by 0.9% (-0.9%) • Reflecting Net-Negative International Flows in Income, Broader Gross National Product Showed Real Decline of 1.4% (-1.4%), Nominal Activity Tumbled by 1.5% (-1.5%) • Consumer Liquidity Remains Struc […]
  • No. 722: GDP Reporting Issues, April Durable Goods, New-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • The Fed, White House and Wall Street versus the Bureau of Economic Analysis • While Assessing Seasonality Factors, the BEA Will Not Double-Adjust the GDP • Headline First-and Second-Quarter GDP Contractions Remain Likely • Durable Goods Orders Continued Pattern of Down-Trending Activity, with Annual Growth Turning Increasingly N […]

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  • G-4 – An Asian and European Peace with Enemy States?
    The UN Charter still designates Italy, Germany and Japan as enemy states to the United Nations. In legal terms this means that any U.N. Member State can launch a “preemptive” military aggression against these nations without a declaration of war. Seldom discussed, this enemy State status is today, arguably, one of the greatest obstacles for […]
  • Will the “Gay Mafia” Take Over America Again?
    A while ago Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the House of Representatives during the “W” Bush administration was arrested by the FBI for fraud and money laundering charges. Hastert was third in line for the presidency, and a major force for the continual moralizing of the right wing. His real crime is serial rape of students […]
  • OPEC’s Decisions and the Future of the Middle East
    The ordinary meeting of the 167th ​​Ministerial Conference of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has wrapped up in Vienna with the result that experts had predicted in advance. OPEC will maintain oil production quotas at the previous level of 30 mln. barrels per day. Thus, the participants of the cartel decided to […]
  • Has Washington Gone Looney Tunes?
    Given a series of recent speeches by leading US officials and actions, the question must be frankly posed: Has Washington gone collectively looney tunes? Even as the governments of the EU are moving to buck US pressures and ease the sanctions, the Obama Administration seems intent on marching in the direction of a nuclear confrontation […]
  • The Price of War in Afghanistan
    American politicians are particularly fond of stressing achievements of the American military intervention in Afghanistan that lasted for nearly 13 years. A while ago the US President Barack Obama underlined with a nonchalant bravado that Washington has reached its main objective – the decimation of Al-Qaeda . Well, some targets were taken down, while others […]
  • The US and the GCC Prepare a Conflict in the Middle East
    Anyone under the impression that the US is really a ‘peace loving State’ or that it cares about democracy anywhere in the world must be living in an imaginary world. The US, as it stands, has been and will always be guided by one simple principle: keeping the US hegemony intact, unchallenged, unscathed and resilient […]
  • The Trans-Pacific Partnership : A Free Trade Agreement?
    The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP) currently nearing its final stages of negotiation purports to be about increasing trade and economic co-operation among its twelve negotiating parties. These twelve countries include the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Significantly, it does not include China. The agreement is being negotiated in […]
  • Noah’s Ark Torpedoed in the Middle of Tbilisi
    This story could have been written as a takeoff of George Orwell’s Animal Farm, with all the escaping zoo animals who feature in it, but out of respect for the dead, both human and animal, I have decided not to go there. The Tbilisi flood isn’t about escaped animals, it is about the reason everything […]
  • The “Great Satan” and the “New Silk Road”
    Wall Street Aggression Drives Expansion of Iran-China Relations. In February of 2015, China heralded the opening of its month leading the Security Council with a cultural performance at the United Nations Headquarters. The performance, done in the form of traditional Chinese ballet was called “The Dream of the Maritime Silk Road.” The theatrical performance […]
  • Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi Dodging or Driving the Rohingya Crisis?
    The Bangkok Post has recently featured an AFP report titled, “Suu Kyi dodges Rohingya issue again,” which claims:  In rare comments on Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya Muslims, opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi urged caution on granting citizenship to minorities, saying the sensitive issue must be addressed “very, very carefully.” The report then added: But in […]
  • The Instability Of The Global Game Of Central Bank Chicken
    Submitted by Ben Hunt via Salient Partners' Epsilon Theory blog, I was at a conference, on deck for a presentation, and I had the chance to listen to the Q&A for the speaker ahead of me. “Assuming no external shock, how much longer can this bull market run?” The speaker, not exactly the most sparkling of raconteurs under the best of circumstances, f […]
  • The Fattening Of America: Obesity Rates Hit Record High, Doctors Blame Cars & Poverty
    74% of American men are either overweight or Obese (up from 63% in 1994) according to a new report using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. As MSN reports, the researchers exclaim "obesity is not getting better. It's getting worse, and it's really scary. It's not looking pretty," warning that America […]
  • Confederate Flag Sales Soar Despite Populist Removal Of Merchandise
    Following the removal of Confederate Flag merchandise from WalMart; Sears, Ebay, ETSY, and prominent flag maker Valley Forge Flags have all joined the 'movement' and stopped selling the 'controversial' flag. However, as with any and all government-'suggested' actions, there are unintended consequences in the hypocrisy of implici […]
  • Fed Shocked That Warm Weather Did Not Lead To A Consumption Surge
    Blaming the weather has become such a popular strategy for explaining away poor economic data that calling attention to the PhDs and Wall Street analysts who employ it in a desperate attempt to perpetuate the US economic recovery myth has almost lost its comedic value… almost.  But not quite. Which is why we found it particularly amusing that the NY Fed — an […]
  • The 'Efficient' Market Prices In NFLX 7-For-1 Split
    Welcome to the new normal efficient "market" - where 7 sevenths are worth 3.5% more than the whole... If a 7-for-1 stock split is good for 3% then a 700-for-1 should be enough for 300% - get back to work Mr. Hastings.   Just a gentle reminder to the algos... NOTHING CHANGED!! And of course, so begins CNBC's idiocy contemplating how long before […]
  • Monk Or Martyr: One American's Strategy For Survival In The New Normal
    Submitted by Warren Pollack, Revolution In America: Speaking Truth To Power A  Quaker essay  from 1955 entitled “Speaking Truth to Power,”  has over time evolved into  a single soundbite used by academicians and intellectuals alike to describe the bravery, and personal absorption of risk, required to be candid with people firmly in power.  When you speak to […]
  • When "Likes" Trump "Everyday Low Prices": Facebook Is Now Bigger Than Walmart
    Maybe WMT should start selling Confederate flags again...   Spot The Difference...   Nope - no bubble here. […]
  • "September It Is": The Good (Greenback), The Bad (Bonds), & The Ugly (Buillion)
    Despite IMF & Germany's apparent comment to Greece... [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhkNLHictW8]   Stocks remain ambivalently poised near record highs...fading from the opening gap higher...   From Friday, Small Caps leading the way... new highs   Stocks did a whole lot of nothing with the S&P unable to trade more than a few bps away f […]
  • The Ultimate Moral Hazard: 70% of Greek Mortgages Are In Default
    Just as we warned earlier in the year, total uncertainty about the future of Greece has enabled a growing sense of moral hazard as "if the nation doesn't pay its debt, why should we" sweeps across the troubled nation. As Greeks' tax remittances to the government, which were almost non-existent to begin with, have ground to a halt, so The […]
  • Why The IMF Will Reject The Latest Greek Proposal In Just Two Numbers
    As we summarized earlier, the latest "final" Greek proposal is in trouble: it may very well not pass the Greek parliament due to mounting objections among all parties not least in Tsipras' own Syriza. But a Greek parliament vote on the decision may be moot: according to Bloomberg, Tsipras will fly to Brussels on Wednesday, where he will meet t […]
  • The Extinction Protocol: Signs of a changing planet
    Do you think earthchange events have been increasing in intensity or frequency? If so, tell us – we’d like to know.
  • Peru’s Ubinas volcano erupts, emits ashes
    June 2015 – PERU – An explosive eruption from Ubinas volcano occurred this morning and spread ashes of 15 kilometers around the crater. Ubinas volcano exploded this morning, spreading ashes over the Ubinas valley, reports El Comercio. The explosion occurred … Continue reading →
  • Earthquake warning issued for Reykjavík
    June 2015 – ICELAND – The Department for Civil Protection issued a warning on Friday that heightened seismic activity on Reykjanes peninsula, approximately 60 km (37 miles) southwest of Reykjavík, in the past weeks, may lead to an earthquake of … Continue reading →
  • Japan’s Mount Shindake volcano erupts a second time in 20 days
    June 2015 – JAPAN – Mount Shindake rumbled back to life Thursday as a second eruption rocked Kuchinoerabu Island off Kagoshima Prefecture shortly past noon, the Meteorological Agency said. The scale of the volcano’s first eruption in 20 days was … Continue reading →
  • Indonesian volcano set to blow but thousands of villagers refuse to flee
    June 2015 – INDONESIA – Thousands of villagers are refusing to leave their homes on the slopes of one of Indonesia’s most volatile volcanoes despite warnings that it is poised for a powerful eruption. Mount Sinabung, one of about 130 … Continue reading →

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