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  • Middle East Revolution & Inflationary Depression Coming-Paul Craig Roberts
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Former Assistant Treasury Secretary Dr. Paul Craig Roberts thinks the Middle East violence is going to get much worse.  Dr. Roberts contends, “Unless the Islamic State somehow collapses, you are going to see a new wave of revolutionary developments in the Middle East.  I suspect all the oil […]Related […]
  • WNW 183-War in Yemen, Crazy Middle East US Policy, Iran Nuke Deal
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  3/27/15 This Wrap-Up will try to make sense of the nonsensical, crazy U.S. Middle East policy. We start in Yemen. Saudi Arabia and Egypt are getting ready for an invasion of Yemen. Saudi Arabia has already been bombing key positions of Iranian backed terrorists (also known as Houthi rebels). It was […]Related Posts:WNW 180-N […]
  • We Are All Trapped-Alasdair Macleod
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   Finance and economic expert Alasdair Macleod sees a fragile global economy with many ways to crash.  Macleod starts in Europe with the euro currency, “We are looking at a currency which, at any moment, triggered by Greece or triggered by a butterfly in the jungle, could begin to unravel.  I […]Related Posts:Outlook for Doll […]
  • Next Crash Already Started-Bix Weir
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Financial writer and analyst Bix Weir predicts, “When we have our next crash, and it is coming, I believe it will be here this year, and that’s my final conclusion.  I am looking around September, but I believe it has already started.  When it does come, people will have a different […]Related Posts:Another 2008 Around the C […]
  • WNW 182-Netanyahu & Coming War, Fed Confusion, Drought in West
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  3/20/15  The big story this week is the election win of Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel, and the implications for the Middle East.  I predicted that the meddling Obama supporters were doing in Israel would backfire, and it did–big time.  Netanyahu won, so now what?  A Palestinian peace deal has moved to […]Related Posts:WNW 183 […]
  • Financial System Will Collapse Just a Matter of When-Laurence Kotlikoff
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Renowned economist Laurence Kotlikoff recently testified at the U.S. Senate about the runaway U.S. budget.  How bad is it?  Kotlikoff says, “I told them the real (2014) deficit was $5 trillion, not the $500 billion or $300 billion or whatever it was announced to be this year.  Almost all the liabilities […]Related Posts:Europ […]
  • USAWatchdog.com is Experiencing Technical Problems
    Dear Watchdogs, We have had some technical problems and have temporarily lost some data back to last week. We are working to restore the data and post new material. Thank you for your support. Greg HunterRelated Posts:Discount Gold and Silver Trading Free ReportGrowing Problems Leading to US Dollar Crisis-Peter SchiffIraq About US Dollar, Hyperinflation Trou […]
  • When Artificial Debt Buying Stops Things Will Come Apart-Nomi Prins
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Best-selling author and former Wall Street investment banker Nomi Prins says no matter what you are told, “For all practical purposes, quantitative easing continues here as well as zero interest rate policy, and capital is available.  The ECB (European Central Bank) has just announced their next version of quantitative easing […]
  • WNW 181-Ukraine & Middle East Closer to War, Clinton Emails, Economy Sinking
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Weekly News Wrap-Up 3.13.15) The war situation in Ukraine continues to ratchet up.  The U.S. is sending more military hardware to the region and pushing for a fresh round of new sanctions.  The Russians, according to Zerohedge.com, are hinting at deploying nukes in Crimea, but the Russians have “no plans to […]Related Posts […]
  • We Are Headed for War Because There Is No Truth-Warren Pollock
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Wall Street analyst Warren Pollock said six months ago that the “damage control (about the bad global economy) was going to start to wear off in 2015.”  What are the signs the spin is wearing off?  Pollock says, “Go to your super market, and that is a sign the damage control […]Related Posts:Damage Control Going to Wear Off i […]
  • No. 708: Revised Fourth-Quarter 2014 GDP, Real Median Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • GDP Held at 2.22% but Broader GNP Tumbled to 1.36% • Shifting Global Financial and Economic Distortions Impair Domestic Economic Activity […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Thursday, April 02, 2015 Construction Spending Trade Balance February-2015 February-2015 04/01/2015 […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:  The next Regular Commentary, scheduled for Thursday, April 2nd, will cover the February 2015 trade deficit and construction spending.  A subsequent Commentary on Friday, April 3rd, will cover March 2015 employment and unemployment. See Schedule (LAST UPDATED March 27th)
  • No. 707: February New Orders for Durable Goods
    (SGS Subscription required) • Durable Goods Orders in Back-to-Back Quarterly Contractions, Both Before and After Consideration of Commercial Aircraft Orders and Inflation • Signal Is for an Intensified Decline in Production and GDP, in Both First- and Second-Quarter 2015, a Looming Recession […]
  • No. 706: February CPI, Home Sales and the Economy, Fed and Dollar
    (SGS Subscription required) • Headline February Real Retail Sales Fell by 0.8% (-0.8%), Annual Retail Sales Growth at Recession Level • First-Quarter Real Sales Contracting at 2.6% (-2.6%) Annualized Pace, Worst Showing Since Depths of Economic Collapse • Real Earnings Were Down for the Month • February Year-to-Year Inflation: 0.0% (CPI-U), -0.6% (CPI-W), 7. […]
  • No. 705: February Housing Starts, Consumer Liquidity, GDP Outlook
    (SGS Subscription required) • First-Quarter GDP Outlook Weakened Further • February Housing Starts Continued a Pattern of Down-Trending Stagnation • Collapsing Headline Housing Starts Reflected a Weak Economy, Horrible Weather and the Usual Monthly-Reporting Instabilities • Primary Economic Toxin Remains Lack of Healthy Consumer Liquidity […]
  • No. 704: February Industrial Production, Producer Price Index
    (SGS Subscription required) • Rapidly Rising Risk of First-Quarter GDP Contraction • Industrial Production Revised Sharply Lower; On Track for First Quarterly Contraction Since 2009 Trough of Economic Collapse • Manufacturing and Motor Vehicle Production Fell for Third Straight Month • February Production Activity Fell by 0.6% (-0.6%) Ex-Utilities, Headline […]
  • No. 703: February Nominal Retail Sales and U.S. Dollar, Fed and Markets
    (SGS Subscription required) • Retail Sales Collapse Continued, Both Monthly and Quarterly, Before and After Inflation • Unusual Monthly Shifts in Seasonal Adjustments Have Masked Headline Monthly Sales Contractions Exceeding 1% (-1%) • Underlying Economic Data Closing in on Setting a First-Quarter 2015 GDP Contraction • U.S. Economy Cannot Support Current Do […]
  • No. 702: Trade, Labor, Construction-Spending, Household Income, M3, U.S. GAAP-Accounting
    (SGS Subscription required) • Sharply Widening Real Trade Deficit Should Pummel First-Quarter GDP Growth • Nominal January Trade Deficit Narrowed with Collapsing Oil Prices, but Exploded versus Fourth-Quarter Numbers, after Inflation Adjustment • Add-Factor Biases Boosting Payroll Growth • Drop in Unemployment Rate Was Due to Unemployed Giving Up Looking for […]
  • No. 701: Publication of U.S. Government Financial Statements
    • Link to 2014 U.S. Government GAAP-Based Financial Statements

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  • Pentagon Admits that Israel is a Nuclear Power
    In early February, the Pentagon declassified reports on Israel’s nuclear weapons program which was carried out until 1987. According to these documents, Israeli scientists were capable of producing a hydrogen bomb by that time. Although these facts were largely ignored by the Western media, some analysts have noticed that the declassification of these secret […]
  • Yemen, Ukraine, and the Hypocrisy of ‘Aggression’
    The military intervention in Yemen by a US-backed coalition of Arab states will undoubtedly inflame the conflict both in Yemen, and throughout the region. It is likely to be a protracted war involving many actors, each of which is interested in furthering its own political and geopolitical agenda. However, it is the international reaction to […]
  • The Covert Eugenics Agenda: Melodie Scott and Dr. Wouter Basson
    It is a generally accepted axiom that one of the primary purposes of government is to protect its citizenry. The protection may manifest in one of two ways—as security against foreign foes or as a system to apprehend and punish members of the citizenry from transgressing against other citizens. This is generally called a “system […]
  • The Middle East: Do Not Dig a Hole for Somebody Else…
    Every day life constantly confirms the relevance of popular proverbs that have not lost their actuality over the centuries but continue to teach wisdom and put stupidity to shame. For example the proverb: “Everything flows and nothing stands still”. The entire world has known for a long time that the United States was the founding […]
  • Conflict in Yemen: Who is Getting the Upper Hand?
    The international coalition led by Saudi Arabia along with ten other Sunni states on March 26 launched a military operation against the Houthi rebels that are controlling the better part of Yemen. In the first three days the conflict in the of Aden claimed the lives more than 60 people and, according to statements being […]
  • Putin’s New Mediterranean Strategy
    While attention has been focused in recent weeks on the role of Russia and President Vladimir Putin in brokering a new ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, the Russian president has made time for two crucial state missions—one to Cyprus and one to Egypt. What they both share in common is a border on the shore of […]
  • IT Independence is National Security
    The NSA’s “Equation Group” is apparently behind the infection with malware of hard drive firmware on computers used by nations considered “enemies” by the United State. The installation of the malware is believed to have required access to trade secrets of IT manufacturers as well as physical access to the soon-to-be infected computers. Popular Science […]
  • Attempted ‘Tbilisi Maidan’ Part of a Sinister and Larger Plot
    Once again Georgia is in the news as a result of the mass anti-government protest in Tbilisi on March 21. The mainstream media chose to pick up this story, but does that make it actually newsworthy? Most of the participants of this protest were not disgruntled residents of Tbilisi, which they would have been had […]
  • The US-Iran Nuclear Deal and Regional Political Re-alignments
    Any probable nuclear deal between the United States of America and Iran is likely to result in giving a new trajectory to their bi-lateral relations; however, it is not the US-Iran relations alone that would enter a new phase of political history. As a matter of fact, this deal is most likely to send political […]
  • Trilateral Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Seoul
    On March 21-22, Seoul hosted the meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of China, Japan and South Korea, that had been prepared over a long period of time and with great difficulty, and its progress was closely watched by other countries of Northeast Asia and the Asia-Pacific region as a whole. As this was […]
  • Ben Bernanke Pens First Blog Post, Defends Fed, Says He "Was Concerned About Seniors"
    It would appear the $250,000/hour speaking opportunities for Ben Bernanke have ground to a halt, and as such, the former Chairsatan has decided to dispense his wisdom for free to anyone who cares, by becoming a blogger at Brookings. And, not surprisingly, in his first post, the person who less than a decade ago said the following, in exactly those words... W […]
  • Futures Jump On Chinese Easinng Speculation, False Rumor Of PBOC Rate Cut
    With the rest of the developed world's central banks waiting for the Fed to admit defeat for one more year and delay its proposed rate hike (or launch NIRP/QE4 outright) it was all about China (the same China which a month ago we said would launch QE sooner or later) and hope that its central bank would boost asset prices, when over the weekend the PBoC […]
  • What’s REALLY Going On In Yemen
    Confused about the war in Yemen? Here’s what’s really going on … Yemen – previously called “Aden” – has one of the oldest civilizations in the Middle East.  But it has been racked with violence for a long time. In the 1960s, a pro-Arab nationalist faction clashed with the British – who wanted Yemen to become a Western-controlled natural resource hub – and de […]
  • Australia To Start Taxing Bank Deposits
    Up until now, the world's descent into the NIRPy twilight of fiat currency was a function of failing monetary policy around the globe as central bank after desperate central bank implemented negative and even more negative (in the case of Denmark some four times rapid succession) rates, hoping to make saving so prohibitive consumers would have no choice […]
  • Big Brother Is Here: Facebook Reveals Its Master Plan - Control All News Flow
    Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, In recent months, Facebook has been quietly holding talks with at least half a dozen media companies about hosting their content inside Facebook rather than making users tap a link to go to an external site.   The new proposal by Facebook carries another risk for publishers: the loss of valuable consumer […]
  • The Unintended Consequences Of 'Mandatory Voting'
    The question is... would it be any worse?     Source: Townhall via Sunday Funnies […]
  • "The Risks Are Very High" Swiss Billionaire Warns "Global Financial Markets Have Never Been This Distorted Before"
    Submitted by Frank Suess via Acting Man blog, Risks and Opportunities Investors started off 2015 with a slow global economy, low oil prices, a strong Dollar, and a deflationary Europe with great uncertainties on the progress of the US economy and the recent launch of Europe’s quantitative easing. The question is, what opportunities lie ahead? This article hi […]
  • Wages Around The World
    Although many economists—including at least some sitting central bankers—believe that nominal wage growth provides little forward-looking information about broader inflationary trends, policymakers have generally found wage growth useful in helping to assess the amount of slack in the labor market—a key consideration in monetary policy decisions, particularl […]
  • Here's Which Emerging Markets Are Most Vulnerable To "External Shock"
    With a no longer “patient” Fed set for “liftoff” sometime this year, some observers (including IMF chief Christine Lagarde) are bracing for emerging market turbulence. A new paper from the Center for Global Development attempts to discern which EMs are most vulnerable to an “external shock” (be it geopolitical or financial) and also seeks to determine which […]
  • A 'Miner' Problem, $2 Billion In Negative Working Capital
    Via Visual Capitalist, In a lengthy bear market for mining stocks, there have been repeated calls by pundits for the culling of hundreds of companies that have been unable to raise new money or generate shareholder value. This piece of the capitulation process, some say, is what is needed to put confidence back in the market so that the bull cycle can start […]

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