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  • Lawless Leaders Changing the World-Catherine Austin Fitts
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Financial expert Catherine Austin Fitts says the world is changing through crime by our leaders.  Fitts contends, “We are dealing with a lawlessness that is happening with the build out of the global systems, which is very ugly.  If you look at what has happened to the Ukraine, […]Related Posts:War Gre […]
  • WNW 174-Middle East War Coming, Iran Russia Unite, Ferguson Cop Cleared
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (1.23.15)  Several top stories are all coming out of the Middle East, and they all show war is approaching.  Yemen has fallen into the hands of Islamic radicals, and there is total chaos and anarchy in the country which now has no formal government.  This is an ominous development as it […]Related Posts:Latest News and Top St […]
  • Free Markets Have Been Completely Obliterated-Michael Pento
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Money manager Michael Pento says, “We live in a world now where free markets have been completely obliterated.  You can’t find a free market left on the planet, and that goes for commodities, equity markets, currencies and particularly goes for the bond markets.  The bond markets now do not represent any […]Related Posts:Diso […]
  • We Are in a Financial Meltdown-Nomi Prins
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com     (Early Sunday Release) Best-selling author and financial expert Nomi Prins says, “We are in a financial meltdown.  I said 9 or 10 months ago, it hadn’t happened yet, but it should happen because of the instability of a system that is supported by central bank maneuvers and not really anything organic […]Related Posts:Nomi […]
  • WNW-173 Swiss Franc & Euro Decouple, Russia Cuts Gas, Road to WWIII
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (1.16.15)  My top story is Switzerland and the surprise move to remove its cap against the Euro.  This cap kept the two currencies roughly the same value–but not anymore.  The move was such a surprise that even IMF Chief Christine Lagarde admitted the move by Swiss National bank (SNB) caught her off […]Related Posts:Weekly […]
  • Major War Exploding Soon-Charles Nenner
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Renowned analyst Charles Nenner says the biggest cycle he sees coming is the war cycle.  Nenner says, “For the last couple of years, I have been saying, in the second decade of the new century, we will have a big war.  Why, because there is a 100 year cycle.  If you […]Related Posts:Big Nuclear War Coming-Charles NennerDollar […]
  • European Bank Runs Could Come to America-Laurence Kotlikoff
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Boston University Economics Professor Laurence Kotlikoff says Greece is, once again, in financial trouble and that could set off another global financial calamity.  Dr. Kotlikoff contends, “So, you have the same problem.  You have a country that is fiscally unsustainable, and they haven’t really been a […]
  • WNW 172-Islamic Terror Spreads West, Oil Price Plunge, Declining Economy
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com    (Weekly News Wrap-Up 1.9.15)  The Head of MI 5, British security, is sounding the alarm that Islamic terrorists from Syria are planning more attacks on the West.  Andrew Parker says al-Qaeda fighters from Syria are planning mass casualty attacks against the West.  He was not specific on the targets, but an […]Related Posts […]
  • Oil Derivatives Explosion Double 2008 Sub-Prime Crisis-David Morgan
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Precious metals expert David Morgan says the plunge in oil prices is not good news for big Wall Street banks.  Morgan explains, “The amount of debt that is carried by the fracking industry at large is about double what the sub-prime was in the real estate fiasco in 2008.   In summary, […]Related Posts:A Run to Silver and Gold […]
  • Oil Derivatives Explode in Early 2015-Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (Early Sunday Release) Gold and derivatives expert Rob Kirby thinks crashing oil prices are going to lead to a 2008 style financial meltdown.  This is not a maybe–a market explosion is going to happen in 2015.  Kirby contends, “Oh yes, without a doubt, it will.  It must because the income crude […]Related Posts:The Federal […]
  • Millions hunker down for Northeast blizzard
    Much of the region is shut down but the storm has so far fallen short of predictions. The post Millions hunker down for Northeast blizzard appeared first on King World News.
  • Scientists ask if Ebola immunizes as well as kills
    By Kate Kelland and Emma Farge LONDON/DAKAR (Reuters) – A recent sharp drop in new Ebola infections in West Africa is prompting scientists to wonder whether the virus may be The post Scientists ask if Ebola immunizes as well as kills appeared first on King World News.
  • Lalique, Waterford unveil new design partnerships at Maison et Objet
    Lalique “Eternal” Home furnishings brands are turning to annual Paris trade show Maison et Objet Jan. 23-27 to reveal new collaborations that show a different side to their aesthetics. Irish The post Lalique, Waterford unveil new design partnerships at Maison et Objet appeared first on King World News.
  • Lexus makes noise with Super Bowl ad
    Lexus targets younger consumers Toyota Corp.’s Lexus is using fashion inspirations to draw attention from younger Super Bowl and automobile enthusiasts in its new television commercial. “Make Some Noise” is The post Lexus makes noise with Super Bowl ad appeared first on King World News.
  • Vogue drives participation with It Bag vote
    Grace Kelly poses with iconic Hermes Kelly Bag Vogue magazine’s It Bag 2015 contest is encouraging readers to vote on their favorite bag of the season on the publication’s mobile-optimized The post Vogue drives participation with It Bag vote appeared first on King World News.
  • No. 689: December Housing Starts, Special Comments on the Economy
    (SGS Subscription required) • Rising from Recession? Strongest Growth in Over a Decade? Not a Chance. • Continued Economic Woes Promise Difficult Times for the U.S. Dollar and the Fed • Unstable December Housing Starts Continued Stagnating • In Aggregate and by Component, Not One of the Monthly or Annual Rates of Change in the Starts Detail Was Statistically […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Tuesday, January 27, 2015 New Orders for Durable Goods Existing Home Sales New Home Sales December-2014 […]
  • No. 688: CPI, PPI, Industrial Production, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Swiss Franc
    (SGS Subscription required) • Major Crack in U.S.Dollar Facade, as Swiss Franc Breaks Free and Gold Rallies • Headline December Real Retail Sales Fell by 0.6%; Annual Growth at Traditional Recession Level • Unchanged before Inflation, Real Average Monthly Earnings Rose 0.5% Entirely Due to Decline in Headline CPI-W Inflation • December Year-to-Year Inflation […]
  • No. 687: December Retail Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Weakest Since 2008 Economic Collapse, Plummeting Holiday Retail Sales Reflected Liquidity-Restrained Consumers • December Sales Plunged by a Statistically-Significant 0.9% (-0.9%), Down by 1.4% (-1.4%) before Prior-Period Downside Revisions • Monthly Sales Contraction Will Hold in Real Terms, Net of Inflation, Despite Falling Ga […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:  The next Regular Commentary is scheduled for Tuesday, January 27th, covering December 2014 new orders for durable goods and new- and existing-home sales, followed by one on Friday, January 30th, covering the "advance" estimate of fourth-quarter 2014 GDP.  Publication of the Special Commentary will follow soon (see note in Comm […]
  • No. 686: December Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Revisions to Unemployment Seasonal-Adjustments Demonstrated Concurrent-Seasonal-Factor Reporting Issues • Payroll and Unemployment Data Both Heavily Skewed by Unstable and Inconsistent Seasonal Adjustments • December Unemployment Rates: 5.6% (U.3), 11.2% (U.6), 23.0% (ShadowStats) • Annual Money Supply M3 Growth Jumped to 5.2% i […]
  • No. 685: November Trade Deficit, Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Trade Deficit Shifts to Neutral Impact on Fourth-Quarter GDP Growth, Had Contributed 0.8% Growth to Third-Quarter GDP • Real Construction Spending in Down-Trending Stagnation since Late-2013 • Some Surprises to December Labor Data? […]
  • No. 684: GDP Revision, November Durable Goods, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Booming GDP - Strongest Growth in More than a Decade Is Nonsense • Magnitude of GDP Revisions Suggests Unstable Data and Unusual Internal-Reporting Issues at Bureau of Economic Analysis • Basic Durable Goods Orders Slowed Sharply in Third-Quarter 2014, On Track for Fourth-Quarter Contraction • Home Sales Also Showed Patterns of […]
  • No. 683: November CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings
    (SGS Subscription required) • November Annual Inflation: 1.3% (CPI-U), 1.1% (CPI-W), 9.0% (ShadowStats) • Using Exaggerated Drop in Gasoline Prices, BLS Generated Headline CPI-U Monthly Decline of 0.3% (-0.3%), Instead of 0.2% (-0.2%) • Real Retail Sales Growth Was Distorted Heavily by Inconsistent Handling of Seasonal Adjustments for Gasoline Prices and Sal […]
  • No. 682: November Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • Headline November Housing Starts Fell Month-to-Month and Year-to-Year Amidst Ongoing Unstable Revisions • Smoothed for Extreme Reporting Volatility, Aggregate Housing Starts Show Pattern of Plunge and Low-Level Stagnation, No Economic Recovery […]

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  • Oil Wars: Pop! Goes the Weasel…
    When I was a young child growing up in America, a popular silly children’s rhyme was called Pop! goes the Weasel. One verse went: A penny for a spool of thread, A penny for a needle — That’s the way the money goes, Pop! goes the weasel. The “weasel” known as the USA fracking revolution, […]
  • Truth Gone Bad, How 9/11 Activists Have Failed
    There is increasing evidence that the “9/11 truth movement” is, in actuality, a thoroughly controlled and infiltrated “clan” tasked with suppressing truth, not spreading it. Experts in counter-intelligence who have researched both materials and key individuals involved have found evidence that the “dead in the water” groups continue year after year for one p […]
  • Preliminary results of Ashraf Ghani’s 100 days in office
    According to a survey by private Afghan television station “Tolo”, after 100 days as president of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani’s rating is significantly declining. Residents of the capital and central areas of the country have expressed the most dissatisfaction with the President’s policies. Those who are dissatisfied with the head of state blame him for delayi […]
  • MIT States That Half of All Children May be Autistic by 2025 due to Monsanto
    A senior scientist at MIT has declared that we are facing an epidemic of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by autism in ten years. Dr. Stephanie Seneff, who made these remarks during a panel presentation in Groton, MA last week, specifically cites the Monsanto herbicide, Roundup, as the […]
  • Will Charlie Hebdo Become the French 9/11?
    After the bloody events in Paris, when journalists of Charlie Hebdo were murdered in the broad daylight, all across the globe numerous journals have been discussing who could benefit from this tragedy. In some countries (primarily Muslim) the manifestations against the provocative publications of controversial cartoons of the Prophet that mocked the religiou […]
  • Look Who’s Moving in USA’s ‘Own Backyard’
    In 2008 Washington created a special Pentagon command, AFRICOM, to counter the major Chinese economic initiatives in Africa to make loans and give soft credits in return for long-term trade agreements for oil and other African raw materials. Results have been poor in terms of stopping China’s search for raw materials for its growing economy. […]
  • Ukraine: ‘Bangladesh’ is Investing in Banderastan
    Another ‘pro-Putin troll’ has revealed himself. This time, it is an American film director, Oliver Stone, who calls to uncover the truth about the coup in Ukraine. He wrote about this on his Facebook: There are many evidences of pro-Western, third party interference, beginning with Victoria Nuland, John McCain, USAID, National Endowment for Democracy (who [… […]
  • America’s war in Afghanistan is over … or is it?
    The United States would have you know that it’s war in Afghanistan has finally come to a successful end … or “responsible end” as US President Barack Obama so elegantly put it. Speaking from his holiday residence in Hawaii, President Obama told an expecting American nation that their boys were on their way home, 13 […]
  • Saudi Arabia: Oil War to the Bitter End
    Interesting news came from the foggy shores of Albion. The British newspaper The Telegraph, which has repeatedly been noted to be in close ties with the American capital, again decided to stand up for its big brother and scare the world with new tales about the horrors of oil. And this time it took on the […]
  • Problems Of Muslim Integration In France
    The terrorist attack perpetrated in Paris against the cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo was not just significant for France, but also exacerbated the problems that have accumulated over the last decades of inter-religious, inter-ethnic, civilizational, and cultural relations between people of different races and nationalities living in the same territory as a res […]
  • As The Middle Class Evaporates, Global Oligarchs Plan Their Escape Form The Impoverished Pleb Masses
    Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, The middle class has shrunk consistently over the past half-century. Until 2000, the reason was primarily because more Americans moved up the income ladder. But since then, the reason has shifted: There is a greater share of households on the lower rungs of the economic ladder.   – From yesterday’s New Y […]
  • Austrian "Freedom" Party Demands Bailout For Swiss Franc Speculators (From "Monstrous Monetary Policy")
    The phrases "it's just not fair" and "waa waa waa" were not seen in Austria's Freedom Party's statement demanding a bailout for Swiss-Franc-denominated borrowers (i.e. people who were willing to speculate on FX rates with their house as collateral in order to get a lower interest rate in order to afford a bigger home that t […]
  • The Joyflation Of The Superbowl
    2015 looks set to be the 'superbowl-est' Super Bowl of all time as far as ticket prices are concerned. As Forbes reports, next Sunday's game will be the most expensive NFL championship ever based on ticket resale price. The current average list price for Super Bowl XLIX tickets at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., is $6,500, ma […]
  • Perfect Palo Alto
    If for some reason you were to join me in my car, going about my daily errands around Palo Alto, we would in all likelihood pass the intersection of Alma and Charleston, and you might ask me who this guard was at the railroad tracks and why he was there: "Oh, he's there to make sure high school kids don't jump in front of a train to kill thems […]
  • Aircraft Carrier Stennis Has Biggest Ordnance Onload Since 2010
    Nearly two weeks ago, we were surprised to read on the Navy's website that one of America's prize aircraft carriers, CVN-74, John C. Stennis (whose crew is perhaps best known for the following awkward incident), as part of an operational training period in preparation for future deployments, just underwent not only its first ordnance onload since 2 […]
  • Chinese Yuan Strengthens As Industrial Profits Plunge By Most On Record
    After 2 days of dramatic weakness in the Chinese currency, the Yuan is strengthening modestly at the open following the 8% plunge year-over-year in Chinese Industrial Profits. This is the biggest drop n profits since Bloomberg data began and points to accelerating weakness in China's economy - in the face of the very modest rise in GDP recently. Chinese […]
  • Guest Post: Why I Fled Argentina After Breaking The Story Of Alberto Nisman's Death
    Writing for Haaretz.com, Jewish journalist Damian Pachter – who first reported on the death of the special prosecutor – recounts the intimidation, the sleepless nights, the agent who stalked him and his ultimate decision to head for Israel... "So here they are, the craziest 48 hours of my life..." Via Haaretz.com, When my source gave me the scoop o […]
  • Goldman On The Myths & Realities Of Russia's Oil Sector
    Today's Russian downgrade pulled yet another raft of "smartest people in the room" to tell investors how screwed Russia is by low oil prices (and yet the US Shale industry is fine and will manage through this). However, Goldman Sachs prefers facts in its analysis of the Russian oil sector and concludes, investor concerns about the health of Ru […]
  • The Greeks Have A Simple Message To Europe
    Sunday's Greek vote for anti-austerity left-wing Syriza shows the people's eagerness to stop the current bailout scheme and renegotiate a deal that's more favorable for the Greek economy. In the next several days and weeks, we'll learn a lot more about the implication of the vote, and what new leader Alexis Tsipras is capable of accomplis […]
  • The Stunning Difference Between Unionized And Non-Unionized Wages
    With the US unemployment rate having become a irrelevant anachronism from a bygone era, indicative merely of the record millions of Americans - increasingly those in their prime working years - who drop out of the labor force every year rather than the slack, or lack thereof, in it, even the Federal Reserve has been forced to admit the favorite BLS metric fo […]

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