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  • New Recession Starts After Mid-Year-John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Economist John Williams correctly predicted the first quarter GDP in 2015 would turn negative.  What is his second quarter prediction for GDP?  Williams says, “I am looking for an outright contraction in the second quarter as well.  Two back to back negative quarters in the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) would be […]Related Pos […]
  • Every Asset in a Bubble, Except Gold and Silver-Michael Pento
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Money manager Michael Pento thinks the Greek debt crisis is small when you consider the enormously leveraged global economy.  Pento contends, “That’s why I consider Greece as more of a distraction.  It’s a small piece to the puzzle.  You look at debt that extends all across the planet, every asset on the […]Related Posts:Free M […]
  • Obama Care Upheld at SCOTUS, Trade Treason Now Law, Lost Lerner Emails Destroyed-WNW 196
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (6.26.15)  The huge concocted lie that is Obama Care was upheld by the Supreme Court.  The majority opinion simply reworded the law because it did not want to stop subsidies to more than 8 million people.  They are involving themselves in policy instead of interpreting the law.  Now, there is talk […]Related Posts:WNW 180-Net […]
  • We Don’t Know How Bad Secret Obama Trade Deal Really Is-Ellen Brown
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Attorney and public banking expert Ellen Brown says the recent Obama trade deal is bad news.  Brown contends, “We don’t even know how bad it is.  All we know we got out of WikiLeaks.  It’s all secret.  They are negotiating what would be called a treaty which should require a two-thirds […]Related Posts:Big Banks Will Take Dep […]
  • 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 […]
  • Alibaba, Evergrande-owned soccer club files for China IPO in Asian first
    Evergrande Taobao, the soccer team co-owned by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and property firm Evergrande Real Estate Group Ltd, could become the first club listed in Asia after it filed The post Alibaba, Evergrande-owned soccer club files for China IPO in Asian first appeared first on King World News.
  • China's Guangzhou Evergrande seeks stock exchange listing
    China’s most glamorous football club Guangzhou Evergrande plans to list on a minor stock exchange in a bid to attract strategic investors and boost its brand, a statement said on The post China's Guangzhou Evergrande seeks stock exchange listing appeared first on King World News.
  • A Remarkable View Of The War In The Gold And Platinum Markets
    Today King World News is pleased to share a fantastic piece which give readers a remarkable view of the war in the platinum and gold markets. This piece also includes three key illustrations that all KWN readers around the world must see. The post A Remarkable View Of The War In The Gold And Platinum Markets appeared first on King World News. […]
  • Germany to shut down coal-fired plants, extend power grid: sources
    The German government decided on Thursday to order the shutdown of several coal-fired plants in order to reach its ambitious climate goals by 2020, government sources told Reuters. Chancellor Angela The post Germany to shut down coal-fired plants, extend power grid: sources appeared first on King World News.
  • Missouri panel rejects plan for multistate wind power line
    Missouri utility regulators on Wednesday denied a company’s request to construct a high-voltage power line in Missouri that was planned for a multistate wind energy project. Three of the five The post Missouri panel rejects plan for multistate wind power line appeared first on King World News.
  • No. 731: Second Revision to First-Quarter 2015 GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Underlying Economic Reality Is Weak Enough to Pull the Heavily-Gimmicked, Headline GDP into Contraction • Adjusted for Inflation, First-Quarter GDP Fell by 0.17% (-0.17%); The Broader GNP Measure Fell by 0.98% (-0.98%) • Before Inflation Adjustment, First-Quarter GDP Fell by 0.23% (-0.23%); The Broader GNP Measure Fell by 1.06% […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Thursday, July 02, 2015 Construction Spending Employment/Unemployment May-2015 June-2015 07/01/2015 […]
  • No. 730: May Durable Goods Orders, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Year-to-Year Decline in New Orders Signals Recession • Second-Quarter Durable Goods on Track for Annual Contraction, Before and after Inflation and/or Commercial-Aircraft Orders • New- and Existing-Home Sales Gained in May 2015, But with no Substantive Shift in Activity versus Low-Level Stagnation […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 Thursday, July 2nd, will cover June employment and unemployment and May construction spending.  Due to holiday disruptions of data releases, the June estimate of the ShadowStats Ongoing M3 Measure will be published with the July 7th Commentary.  Separately, a Public Commentary on employment a […]
  • 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 […]

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  • The US-Russia Economic War Heats Up
    As the US and Europe push forward with continued sanctions against Russia, an intriguing economic battle is taking shape, one which will have significant repercussions for years to come. While Washington and Brussels seek to divide Russia from Europe in order to maintain Western hegemony – blocking Eurasian integration by definition – Moscow is counteracting […]
  • India: The Revolution You Didn’t Hear About
    The municipal elections in Delhi, capital of India, on February 7th raised interest in a few journals but not nearly as much as they should have done. There is a reason for this. Many countries are struggling to cope with non-traditional parties challenging the establishment and gaining popular support. What happened in India, one of […]
  • Recent Attack in Tunisia or “There is No Prophet in His Own Country”
    This year the Friday of 9th Ramadan became truly “burning” for Tunisia: 40 people were killed, many more wounded. In the holy month for all Muslims, in which “the Qur’an was revealed” (Al-Baqarah 2: 185), when the thoughts of believers are to be occupied with prayer, ISIL once again killed people in this once prosperous […]
  • The United States Celebrates Independence Day — a Time for Re-evaluation
    The fourth of July. This is the day for Americans to go down to the beach with a picnic basket loaded up with ham sandwiches and to drink more beer than can possibly be recommended during the work week. This is the day to gather with friends and family and to ooh and aah at […]
  • Western Politicians are Controlled by Washington
    Documents that have recently been published by Wikileaks prove that the NSA has been wiretapping at least three French presidents along with a number of high-profile political figures. This information has provoked true outrage across French society and in local media, a reaction that is perfectly natural since no ally would appreciate such treatment for its […]
  • The Situation in Hong Kong Becomes Difficult Again
    Hong Kong again, as in the Autumn of last year, may become the focus of news agencies as a place where notable events in the world politics are unfolding. Though, the street protests that erupted here a year ago in connection with the recommendations of Beijing to change the procedure for electing local authorities managed […]
  • Lebanon: The Calm Before the Storm
    Despite the fact that Lebanon has somehow escaped the wave of “color revolutions” and civil wars that has been plaguing the Arab world, the situation in the country remains rather difficult. At any given moment a sectarian conflict can break out in Lebanon followed by a massive wave of terrorism. This situation is aggravated by […]
  • America’s Multinational Ramadan Assault
    It is not hard to fathom who on Earth possesses both the resources and the motivation to coordinate multiple, horrific militant attacks, ending scores of lives and provoking both fear and anger on a global scale such as seen during the recent Ramadan attacks that unfolded in France, Tunisia, Kuwait, and reportedly in China’s western […]
  • US Tanks Defend Poverty in Eastern Europe
    The latest villain in the 24/7 Hollywood melodrama known as cable news is Vladimir Putin. People across the United States are being told they should be terrified of him — and that, subsequently, they should support economic attacks and military encirclement of the country he leads, the Russian Federation. The news cycle now reports that […]
  • Should Tunisia be Thanking Washington for the Recent Terrorist Attacks?
    After a terrorist attack carried out by “Islamic State” (ISIL) militants on a hotel resort in Tunisia on June 26, that resulted in 39 people being killed, the situation in the country has begun to reach boiling point. This attack claimed more lives than any other massacre in the history of Tunisia. Tunisian authorities announced […]
  • China Races To Rescue Stocks As Margin Mania Unwind Wreaks Havoc
    As outlined earlier today, Chinese equities re-plunged on Wednesday, retracing Tuesday’s bounce and returning stocks to their post-PBoC crash levels, hit on Monday after a desperation dual rate cut failed to trump margin jitters and ATM lines in Greece.  As tipped in “The Biggest Threat To Chinese Stocks: Shadow Lending Crackdown”, margin trading above and b […]
  • "Heartbreaking" Scene Unfolds At Greek Banks As Pensioners Clamor For Cash
    1,000 Greek bank branches chanced a stampede in order to open their doors to the country's retirees on Wednesday. The scene was somewhat chaotic as pensioners formed long lines and the country’s elderly attempted to squeeze through the doors in order to access pension payments. As Bloomberg reports, payouts were rationed and disbursals were limited acco […]
  • Bank Of England Warns Greece "Threatens To Trigger Market Selloff That Could Ripple Through The Global Economy"
    Early last week we presented something rather shocking: a note by Goldman Sachs suggested that as a result of the ECB's QE failure to push the EUR lower and with bond yields having risen instead of falling since the launch of the ECB's QE in March, and perhaps due to a perplexing conflict between the ECB and the Bundesbank when it comes to debt mon […]
  • U.S. Admits Paying Terrorists For Services Rendered In Syria
    Submitted by Brandon Tourbeville via ActivistPost.com, When researchers such as myself have reported that the United States is funding al-Qaeda, Nusra, ISIS and other related terror organizations in Syria, we were not kidding. Still, despite the fact that even the U.S. government itself has admitted that it was funding terrorists– directly and indirectly thr […]
  • Desperate Greeks Resort To Scavenging Through Garbage To Find Food
    Earlier today we documented the "heartbreaking" plight of Greece's retirees who have been reduced to lining up in front of Greek banks hoping for a chance to collect a portion of their pensions. Some went away empty handed (there were reports that only those whose last names began with "A" through "K" were paid on Wednesday […]
  • What If Gold Is Declared Illegal?
    Submitted by Bill Bonner of Bonner & Partners (annotated by Acting-Man.com's Pater Tenebrarum), The Beginning of the End Over the weekend, the lines in Greece stretched along the street. Around the corner. Down the block. Lines to get cash. Lines to buy gas. Lines of people eager to get their hands on something of value. Food. Fuel. Cash. Pity the p […]
  • NSA Leak: "Washington Is Negotiating With Every Nation That Borders China... So As To 'Confront' Beijing"
    Another "Wikileak" of a confidential NSA intercept, and yet another crucial insight into the vision not only behind the Obama administration's desperate push for the Trans Pacific Partnership, but the strategic thinking - if one may call it so - when it comes to the entire US approach to global trade and commerce. Which may well explain why gl […]
  • Athens On The Potomac - It Could Never Happen Here, Right?
    Submitted by John Gabriel via Ricochet.com, Financial experts in New York, London, and Brussels have tut-tutted Greece’s economic travails as Athens considers its future with the European Union. Why did they borrow so much money? How can they ever pay it back? Do they think that much debt is sustainable? Instead of pointing fingers at the innumerates running […]
  • Stocks Surge Despite Dashed Hellenic Hope, Crude Carnages
    Seems appropriate once again... [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5QGkOGZubQ]   China did not help..   But today was all about Greece again, and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera summed it up perfectly: "Stocks are rallying on hopes of a deal. There is no deal! There will be no deal! Everyone's gone home" Another day, another hope-dri […]
  • #AskPOTUS: Your Chance To Ask The President Anything
    Back in 2013 and then 2014, first JPM followed by the NYPD decided to take directly to the Tweeting public and bring up their flailing PR quotient. The result for both JPM and the NYPD was nothing short of a disaster.  Now, it is the president who has decided to interact directly with the tweeting audience as part of #AskPOTUS. Alright, let's do this. R […]

This Day In History

1216 – King John of England loses his crown jewels in The Wash, probably near Fosdyke, perhaps near Sutton Bridge

1492 – Christopher Columbus’s expedition makes landfall in the Caribbean, specifically in The Bahamas. The explorer believes he has reached South Asia

1582 – Because of the implementation of the Gregorian calendar this day does not exist in this year in Italy, Poland, Portugal and Spain.

1692 – The Salem witch trials are ended by a letter from Massachusetts Governor William Phips.

1773 – America’s first insane asylum opens for ‘Persons of Insane and Disordered Minds’ in Virginia

1792 – First celebration of Columbus Day in the USA held in New York

1823 – Charles Macintosh, of Scotland, sells the first raincoat.

1871 – Criminal Tribes Act (CTA) enacted by British rule in India, which named over 160 local communities ‘Criminal Tribes’, i.e. hereditary criminals. Repealed in 1949, after Independence of India.

1892 – The Pledge of Allegiance is first recited by students in many US public schools, as part of a celebration marking the 400th anniversary of Columbus’s voyage.

1901 – President Theodore Roosevelt officially renames the “Executive Mansion” to the White House.

1928 – An iron lung respirator is used for the first time at Children’s Hospital, Boston

1933 – The United States Army Disciplinary Barracks on Alcatraz Island, is acquired by the United States Department of Justice

1937 – Federal agents shoot and Kill Al Brady and members of the Brady Gang in a shootout at Bangor, Maine on Columbus Day in 1937. They surprised the gang at 8:30 a.m. on a busy street as they left a local store and a shootout between the gang and FBI Agents left a number of dead and wounded.

1945 – World War II: Desmond Doss is the first conscientious objector to receive the U.S. Medal of Honor.

1945 – The Nazi party is ordered to dissolve by The Allied Control Council and stated that any attempt at it’s revival in any guise would be considered a criminal offense.

1967 – Vietnam War: US Secretary of State Dean Rusk states during a news conference that proposals by the U.S. Congress for peace initiatives are futile because of North Vietnam’s opposition

1970 – Vietnam War: US President Richard Nixon announces that the United States will withdraw 40,000 more troops before Christmas

1972 – 46 sailors are injured in a race riot involving more than 100 sailors on the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk .

1978: Some figures this week released by the Social Security administration give some interesting figures for current and projected incomes and taxes .

Current Average Worker earns $10,500 per year

1990 Average Worker Projected to earn $22,700 per year ( Actual was $28,960 )

2000 Average Worker Projected to earn $40,000 per year ( Actual was $40,344 )

2010 Average Worker Projected to earn $70,000 per year

2025 Average Worker Projected to earn $162,000 per year

2050 Average Worker Projected to earn $656,000 per year

1979 – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the first of five books in the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy comedy science fiction series by Douglas Adams is published.

1984 – IRA Terrorists carry out a bomb attack on the British Government at the Conservative party conference at Grand Hotel Brighton. .

1998 – Matthew Shepard, American murder victim (b. 1976), died

2000 – The USS Cole a navy destroyer is attacked by two suicide terrorists believed to be part of ( Osama bin Laden’s al Qaeda terrorist network ) using a motorized rubber dinghy loaded with explosives which blows a 40ft by 40ft hole in the port side of the USS Cole while it was harbored in the Yemeni port of Aden leaving seventeen sailors dead and 38 wounded .

2008 -Europe has followed the United States with a plan to stabalise the European Banking Industry by offering guarantee loans between banks until the end of 2009, and putting money into troubled banks by buying preference shares

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