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  • Dollar is The Weak Spot for US-Paul Craig Roberts
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (Early Sunday Release) Former Treasury Secretary Dr. Paul Craig Roberts says all U.S. financial policy revolves around propping up the dollar.  Dr. Roberts contends, “I’ve always said the whole system is rigged.  It’s a house of cards, and the weak spot is the dollar because they cannot print foreign currencies for […]Relat […]
  • WNW 162: Ebola Gets Worse (Airborne?), Putin War Talk and Harvey Organ Update
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  I know you have been hearing all about Ebola, and it looks like things are getting worse, not better.  Look at this headline from USA Today “10,000 Cases of Ebola per Week.”  That’s what the World Health Organization says we could be getting in West Africa in a few months.  So, why […]Related Posts:Manipulation of Gold and Silv […]
  • Reality of No Economic Recovery Means Collapse-John Williams
    By Greg hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Economist John Williams is sticking by his assessment that the economy is in deep trouble.  Williams says, “What we are seeing is a very big fiction by the financial media and the political media that the economy has recovered.  The economy has not recovered. . . . We are seeing all […]Related Posts:Economy in Severe Trouble- […]
  • You Can See This Collapse Coming A Mile Away-James Rickards
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (Early Sunday Release) Best-selling author and financial expert James Rickards contends a big financial crash is locked in.  Rickards says, “Everyone is waiting for some blunder down the road, and the point I try to make is the blunders have already been made.  The blunders have already been built into the system.  […]Related […]
  • WNW 161: Ebola Update, War on ISIS and Obama Criticism
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  It’s all Ebola all the time.  The Obama Administration got this wrong from the beginning.  It told us there was very little chance of a case getting to the U.S.–wrong!  Then they told us there was little chance of it becoming an epidemic–again, wrong!  If that was the case, the head […]Related Posts:WNW 162: Ebola Gets Worse […]
  • Big Nuclear War Coming-Charles Nenner
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Legendary financial analyst Charles Nenner thinks the biggest threat is global war.  Nenner explains, “If you look at a war cycle of a hundred years, I predicted in the second decade of this century that we were going to have a big war.  If you go back a hundred years ago, […]Related Posts:Dollar Collapse Starts in Late 2014- […]
  • Dollar Going Supernova then Black-Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Derivative and gold expert Rob Kirby says the U.S. looks a lot like the run up to the fall of Rome more than 1,500 years ago.  Kirby explains, “The parallels with what we are experiencing today are so clear and so much like what was happening in Rome as […]Related Posts:Colossal Fraud-There are No Free […]
  • WNW 160-ME War, Economy Sours, US Ebola Threat
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  We are headed for a much wider war in the Middle East, and headlines like this one are forecasting it.  Speaker of the House John Boehner lays out a case that “Airstrikes Not Enough” to defeat ISIS.  Boehner said, “At some point, somebody’s boots have to be on the ground.”  ISIS […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 9.26.14La […]
  • ISIS Only Understands Gunfire-Karl Denninger
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Financial analyst and writer Karl Denninger says forget about President Obama’s promise of “no boots on the ground” in the fight with the Islamic State.  There will be boots, and Denninger explains, “Air power has never won a war, and it never will.  You can bomb people until you think you […]Related Posts:Obama Care Will Cr […]
  • Spending into Oblivion-Gregory Mannarino
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial analyst/trader Gregory Mannarino says forget about the recent positive economic news.  The economy is not in recovery and there is a simple way to prove it.  Mannarino says, “All you need to do is look at two metrics, just two, and you can see there is no economic recovery.  One […]Related Posts:Dastardly War Will P […]
  • Russians Stunned By China’s Move To End Western Dominance
    Today a legend who was recently asked by the Chinese government to give a speech to government officials in China spoke with King World News about why the Russians were recently stunned by China’s surprise move to end Western dominance. John Ing, who has been in the business for 43 years, also spoke about the currency wars which are breaking out that will on […]
  • After A Week Of Wild & Panicked Trading, What’s Next?
    After an absolutely wild week of trading in global markets, everyone wants to know what’s next? So to help answer that question, today King World News is pleased to share an astonishing portion of the internationally acclaimed work from Jason Goepert, founder of SentimenTrader. […]
  • In Spite Of Bounce, This Is How Horrific The Plunge Could Get
    In spite today’s bounce, a 50-year market veteran warns just how violent things can get to the downside.
  • Despite Rally & Propaganda, Fed To Launch Historic QE-Infinity
    On the heels of a massive rally in the stock market, today one of the brightest minds in the financial world warned King World News that despite the current rally and increased propaganda, a key event is going to create panic and allow the Fed to launch its final plan of “QE-Infinity.”
  • Still Concerned About The Gold & Silver Smash - Just Read This
    Today King World News is featuring a piece by a man whose recently released masterpiece has been praised around the world, and also recognized as some of the most unique work in the gold market. Below is the latest exclusive KWN piece by Ronald-Peter Stoferle of Incrementum AG out of Liechtenstein. […]
  • No. 667: September Housing Starts, Prospective Third-Quarter GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Third-Quarter 2014 Economic Growth Slowed Sharply • Long-Term Stagnation in Housing Starts Continued at Low Level of Activity • Social Security COLA Should Notch Slightly Higher from Last Year's Adjustment, Remaining Far Shy of Common Experience […]
  • Commentaries News
    The Next Regular Commentary: is scheduled for Wednesday, October 22nd, covering the September CPI, real retail sales and earnings, existing home sales.  For further detail on pending economic releases, see the  schedule. (LAST UPDATED October 17th)
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Existing Home Sales Real Retail Sales Real Earnings […]
  • No. 666: September Industrial Production
    (SGS Subscription required) • Third-Quarter Production Growth Slowed Sharply • Falling Auto Production in September More than Offset by Defense Industry Output, Oil and Gas Production and Weather-Related Utility Surge […]
  • No. 665: September Retail Sales, PPI
    (SGS Subscription required) • September Retail Sales Declined, August and September Activity Revised Lower and Third-Quarter Broad Growth Slowed Sharply • Unstable Seasonal Factors Helped Push Headline PPI Lower […]
  • No. 664: Market and Economic Instabilities
    (SGS Subscription required) • Broad U.S. Economy Is Not Growing • Sharp Deterioration Likely Will Continue in Domestic and Global Financial-Market, Economic and Political Stability • Confluence of Crises: U.S. Economy, Stocks and Dollar […]
  • No. 663: September Labor and Monetary Conditions, August Trade Deficit & Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • No Recovery in Actual Business Activity • Pre-Election Nonsense in Labor Numbers • Congress Addresses Data Falsification in Unemployment Survey • September Unemployment Rates: 5.9% (U.3), 11.8% (U.6), 23.1% (ShadowStats) • Fed's Monetary Policy Propped Stocks • Annual Money Supply M3 Growth Fell to 4.3% in September • Trade […]
  • No. 662: Second-Quarter 2014 GDP -- Third Estimate
    (SGS Subscription required) • GDP Has Fully Reestablished Itself as the Most Worthless of Economic Series • Fluff and Guesstimates Dominated the Upside GDP Revision • Monthly Economic Reporting Should Turn Increasingly Negative […]
  • No. 661: "False Dawn," Hyperinflation, Durable Goods Orders, Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • A "False Dawn" It Is • Hyperinflation Forecast Remains in Play • Stock Crashes versus October Residual-Squirrelling Instincts • Durable Goods Orders Crashed 18.0% (-18.0%), Reversing July's 22.2% Surge, Dominated Again by Irregular Commercial-Aircraft Orders • Down for the Month, August Existing-Home Sales Were in […]
  • No. 660: Economic Review, August Housing Starts, Payroll Benchmark Revision
    (SGS Subscription required) • New Graphs Show Smoothed Housing Trends • Housing Starts Stagnant at Low Level of Activity, Never Recovered, Not Recovering • Payroll Employment Benchmark Revision Was Nil (Plus 7,000) • Longer-Term Economic Detail Shows Ongoing Collapse, Shorter-Term, Pre-Election Fluff Has Been Mixed • Why Is the Dollar Stronger and Gold Weake […]

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These are the faces of the men and women who have died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Veterans Today

  • Ebola? How Do You Know, WHO and CDC?
    There is something perversely strange about the entire hoopla around the so-called Ebola outbreaks. An African man is admitted to a Dallas hospital with symptoms, treated, released and re-admitted, the “first” case of Ebola in the USA. What the guardians of truth in the mainstream media never ask is how reliable is the test that […]
  • The Ultimate Goal of the Struggle for the Middle East
    While going through numerous articles and analytical commentaries by Russian, Arabic and Western political experts on the success of ISIS (the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria), one may start to believe that something inexplicable or even inconceivable is happening, and that the entire world is looking helplessly on at the events in the Middle […]
  • ISIS: A Face of “Sunni-Arab” Aggrandizement or Destruction?
    The ISIS, as we know it today, has done much to demonstrate its “Sunni” character to the world. Since the start of the conflict, a common observation has been that the ISIS has particularly been attacking “Shia” neighbourhoods in Iraq as well as in Syria. The rise of “Sunni” militancy, which is deliberately projected by […]
  • Pakistan: Militant Groups and the Islamic State
    At the end of September – beginning of October 2014 there have been conflicting reports in the Pakistani media about the accession of individual sections of the Taliban Movement of Pakistan (TMP) to the militants of the Islamic State. The public reaction has been mixed. For example, the All Pakistan Ulema Council (APUC) hastened to call […]
  • America’s Chechen Proxy Fighters: The Big Picture Everyone Has Missed
    The media is awash with expert commentary on the various world trouble spots. Many of the reports you see make similar claims about the presence of ethnic Chechens amongst the various fighting forces in Iraq, Syria, Kenya, Ukraine and other war-torn states that the US has vested interests in. However there is one point all […]
  • Former Oil Tycoon Launches Pro-European Political Movement within Russia
    September the 20th marked the launch of Open Russia, a pro-European political movement spearheaded by former Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Russia’s former wealthiest man was released from prison in December 2013 due to a pardon by Vladimir Putin, after serving close to 10 years in jail following his conviction in 2005. Although officially convicte […]
  • American Fight Against Terrorism has Obvious Anti-Russian Undertones
    A few days ago, Brussels served notice that NATO refuses to cooperate with Russia on Afghanistan. Furthermore, the alliance is shunting aside any opportunity to return to the level of cooperation with Russia that it had before. The causes are obvious. The deep divisions concerning the matters of Syria and Ukraine have brought about a […]
  • US War on Iran Takes Bizarre Turn
    It is not merely hyperbole when it is said the US created terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda or the so-called “Islamic State.” It is documented fact. The current conflict in the Middle East may appear to be a chaotic conflagration beyond the control of the United States and its many eager allies, but in reality […]
  • Palestine – the Engineered Disappearance of a Nation
    While Israeli officials have always been keen to front a desire to achieve regional peace in the Levant by working together with the Palestinian Authority – PA – toward a political solution to the ever thorny issue which is the Palestinian dossier; Israel’s tantrum over Sweden’s decision to recognise Palestine as a sovereign state underscores its inherent [… […]
  • Algeria at a Crossroads in its Political Development
    Despite efforts by Algeria’s ruling elite to keep the country afloat amid environment in which the president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, is old and seriously ill and the senior figures in the administration, parliament, the armed forces and the security services have surpassed the age of 70, Algeria continues to inch toward a severe political crisis. For […]
  • New Indonesian president sworn in
    Joko Widodo has been sworn in as Indonesia’s new president, marking the start of a new era of much-needed reforms for the Asian country.
  • Putin thinks Obama is a 'weak leader'
    Former US ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton has criticized President Barak Obama’s foreign policy, saying Russian President Vladimir Putin evaluates him as a “weak leader.”
  • US airdrops arms to Kurds in Kobani
    The US military says its cargo aircraft successfully airdropped arms and ammunition to Kurds fighting against ISIL terrorists in the northern Syrian city of Kobani.
  • ‘Muslim states must help rebuild Gaza’
    Iran’s Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has hailed the Palestinian resistance against Israeli atrocities, calling on all Muslim states to help rebuild Gaza following Tel Aviv’s 50-day war on the besieged enclave.
  • Belgrade Filmfest screens two Iran films
    Two Iranian screen productions have been screened at the 23rd Ethnography and Anthropology film festival in Belgrade.
  • Egypt students launch week-long demos
    Egyptian students have launched a week-long “breaking the siege” campaign in protest against security forces’ tight grip on university campuses across Egypt, Press TV reports.
  • Press TV reporter victim of CIA black op
    An American journalist believes that the slain Press TV correspondent Serena Shim appears to be the victim of a black operation by the US Central Intelligence Agency.
  • 4 civilians killed E Ukraine clashes
    At least four civilians have been killed in the east Ukrainian city of Donetsk as armed clashes between government troops and pro-Russian forces persist despite a still standing ceasefire.
  • Canada to send Ebola vaccine to WHO
    Canada has planned to ship 800 vials of its Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva to curb the outbreak of the disease.
  • Iran stresses support for Palestine
    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has reiterated the Islamic Republic’s unwavering support for the Palestinian people and their resistance against Israel.
  • On The Origin Of Crashes & Clustering Of Large Losses
    Excerpted from John Hussman's Weekly Market Comment, Abrupt market losses typically reflect compressed risk premiums that are then joined by a shift toward increased risk aversion by investors. In market cycles across history, we find that the distinction between an overvalued market that continues to become more overvalued, and an overvalued market is […]
  • E-Mini Liquidity Has Crashed 40% In The Past Quarter, JPMorgan Finds
    Confused why one second the market is down 1%, and then moments later, upon returning from the bathroom, one finds it up by the same amount on negligible volume? Simple: there continues to be zero liquidity. Although, not just in equities, but in bonds as well, something this website - and the TBAC and Citi's Matt King - has warned for over year. It is […]
  • Doctors "Hit Breaking-Point" As Ebola Death Toll Tops 4500; Nigeria 'Clear' But Harvard Issues Travel Ban
    The WHO is coming under increasing scrutiny over its response to the the deadly epidemic. As The BBC reports, after stating that the death toll has hit 4,555 worldwide, a leaked internal document shows "nearly everyone involved in the outbreak response failed to see some fairly plain writing on the wall." There are a few tidbits of good news this w […]
  • MeaT THe FaRCeSToNeS...
      JAKARTA—U.S. Secretary of State Fred Farcestone will urge Asian leaders Monday to help prevent the Islamic State from recruiting and committing terrorvision in Southeast Asia and to help keep the Ebola virus from spreading to the region from the U.S., officials said. […]
  • Guess Who Wasn't Shorting Treasurys
    After America's commercial/investment banks crushed all momentum chasers hedge funds in 2014, with one after another after a third recommendation to go long stocks and short bonds starting in late of 2013 and repeating the broken record every single month because, you know, "the recovery", ignoring the massive outperformance of bonds over stoc […]
  • Stocks, Bond Yields Drop After Rosengren-IBM-Oil Triple-Whammy
    As futures opened last night, it was all looking so bright as the 'rebound' extended and every knife-catching "in it for the long-run" manager was proved 'right'. Then Eric Rosengren pissed in the punchbowl - explaining QE will end in October "unless somethinh dramatic happens" - somewhat taunting the market to crash t […]
  • Hedge Funds Have Worst Week Since 2011: Here Are The Best And Worst Performers In October And 2014
    First, the bad news: Last week was the worst week for hedge funds since 2011. Then the good: hedge funds dropped by less than half what the decline in the broader market was, largely because many hedge funds still haven't been fully shaken out of their shorts, despite 6 years of relentless central planning seeking to crush all bears Specifically, as Bof […]
  • Technical Glitch Downs Bank Of England's $110 Trillion Payments System
    The Bank of England's "Real Time Gross Settlement Payment System" (RTGS) - the UK's equivalent of the US FedWire - has gone offline this morning due to a technical glitch, according to The Telegraph. RTGS, which processes large payments in real-time (including home purchases) between British banks - and processed GBP70 trillion in payment […]
  • ECB Unleashes (Covered) Bond Buying Program, Sovereigns Sell Off
    Draghi, we have a problem. Just as Coeure 'promised' the ECB, according to The FT, began its bond-buying program this morning. However, peripheral sovereign bond-buying front-runners banking on the ECB greater fool to offload to are disappointed as they are go no easy money love. The initial program is covered-bond-buying (similar to US MBS, but a […]
  • How Far Will the Stock Market Rebound Go?
    Submitted by Pater Tenebrarum of Acting-Man blog, A Brief Look at the Technical Backdrop We can actually not answer the question posed above with certainty. We don’t know for sure whether the recent market decline was a “warning shot” or merely a short term shake-out. In this we are in good company: the whole world doesn’t know. However, our guess at this ju […]
  • Controlled Opposition and Ebola Exposed
    There are several theories regarding the Ebola issue on the net. In this article, I will discuss two of them. Which is the most reasonable? Which makes the most sense? And which one just might be controlled opposition?
  • Ebola Vaccine Commercial – Satire
    Cleverest 1.41 minutes I have ever seen - succeeds in encapsulating the entire hoax.
  • Will EU Authorize 9 GMO Crops at Same Time for Food and Feed?
    The EU Commission might soon rush to give import authorization to eight genetically engineered plants, all at the same time. Further, the Commission might allow maize 1507 for cultivation.
  • 70% of Cheese Products Made with Genetically Engineered Rennet
    Your cheese has more than likely been made with genetically engineered rennet. In fact, according to About.com, up to 70% of store-bought cheese products are.
  • How to Herd Your Tax Cattle (Video)
    Good morning, Mr. President. I’m a representative of the shadow government that put you into power. Did you ever wonder how we keep people fighting with each other? Or obeying our silly rules? Or actually loving their captors and slavemasters? This morning we’re going to brief you on just that. Are you ready to begin?
  • Fear Porn – An Attack on the Immune System
    We are a nation of addicts and that addiction is driving us over the cliff. Time to end the addiction.
  • The Tale of the 4ft Owl
    It came, it conquered, and it left without so much as a burp.
  • Monsanto vs Farmers
    In 1996, Monsanto introduced its first GMO seeds. It ensured that farmers could not save the seeds and essentially lose the ownership of their seeds. Consequently, the power balance shifted away from the farmers to corporations who now own 80 percent of GM corn and 93 percent of the GM soy market. Now farmers not only have to buy the seeds from the corporati […]
  • Evolutionary implications of horizontal transfer of short and degraded DNA
    Recombination with random extracellular DNA must often cause deleterious effects. For a single-celled species this may not be a significant problem because an unlucky cell simply dies, while other colonial cells continue uninterrupted. However, for multicellular species such deleterious mutations may have severe consequences for the remaining cells.
  • Walk like a Computer
    The Programming of Society

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