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  • 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 […]
  • Debt Bomb Going to Explode in September 2015-David Morgan
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Renowned precious metals analyst David Morgan is out with a new book called “The Silver Manifesto.” In a chapter called “The Debt Bomb,” Morgan lays out the biggest problem and the biggest reason to own precious metals. Morgan contends, “Basically, the United States have exported our inflation to every other country. […]Relat […]
  • 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 […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Friday, March 27, 2015 GDP 2014Q4-V3 03/27/2015   Thursday, April 02, 2015 Construction Spending Trade Balance February-2015 […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:  The next Regular Commentary, scheduled for Friday, March 27th, will cover the third estimate of fourth-quarter 2014 GDP. See Schedule (LAST UPDATED March 25th)
  • 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
  • No. 700: Fourth-Quarter 2014 GDP, First Revision
    (SGS Subscription required) • Downside GDP Revision Reflected Corrections to Excess Inventory Levels • Downside Revisions Loom for Historic GDP Growth • First-Quarter 2015 Economic Outlook Is Troubled […]

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  • Russia, Iraq and the Kurds face challenges
    After the overthrow of Saddam Hussein’s regime it seemed as if Iraq was forced out of the zone of Russia’s interests. Even Iraqi Kurdistan, despite the long-standing close Kurdish relations with Moscow, saw the United States as their only strategic partner to whom they were significantly indebted after receiving an unprecedented degree of autonomy within […]
  • UN In Ukraine: Peacekeepers or Nato Trojan Horse?
    The same day that the March 4th deadline was reached for political steps to be taken to ameliorate the situation in the Ukraine between the Kiev regime and the Donbass governments, the UN confirmed that it had received a request from President Poroshenko for a “peace-keeping” force to be sent into Ukraine. The Russia UN […]
  • US-Saudi Blitz in Yemen: Naked Aggression, Absolute Desperation
    The “proxy war” model the US has been employing throughout the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and even in parts of Asia appears to have failed yet again, this time in the Persian Gulf state of Yemen. Overcoming the US-Saudi backed regime in Yemen, and a coalition of sectarian extremists including Al Qaeda and its rebrand, […]
  • Information War Between Russia and the West Intensifies
    War is raging between the West and Russia, with a key battlefield being the “war for public opinion” and control over information, narratives and perspectives. The Ukrainian crisis has again reiterated the polar opposite narratives between Western and Russian media as the information war intensifies. Western news outlets have been incessantly attempting to p […]
  • China and Russia Firm Ties With High Speed Rail Link
    The growing fusion of economic self-interest between Russia and China has just taken another major step forward with the final decision by Beijing and Moscow governments to build a critical link in a high-speed rail infrastructure that will connect Beijing and Moscow. It follows only weeks after signing major energy deals between the two Eurasian […]
  • Georgia-Iran: Neighbors Quarrel
    The Iranian province Fereydan is a place of compact residence of Armenians and Georgians. In the town Fereydunshahri, where there are especially many Georgians, an unpleasant incident took place. Local Georgians erected a monument to the Georgian alphabet. The event was held in a festive atmosphere. According to local sources, the unveiling of the monument [ […]
  • Trailing ISIS to Tel Aviv
    Since 2011, Israeli planes and helicopters have flown over a hundred verified sorties against the Syrian army and its allies, direct combat support for ISIS/ISIL units operating inside Syrian territory. Such missions would be impossible without forward air controllers on the ground inside Syria, Israeli operatives with ISIS. Similarly, Israeli mobile artille […]
  • The Global Crisis of Exports: Oil, Steel, and Guns
    The revolutionary government of Venezuela is facing great challenges. In 1999, the Bolivarian government began the process of transforming the country into one that serves the people, and in 2002 successfully defeated a US-backed coup against it. The Venezuelan government has won clear majorities in each election, and the results of these elections have been […]
  • The Eurasian Economic Union and the New Currency to Be
    The recent meeting of the presidents of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan that took place in Astana highlighted the transition to a more active phase of monetary union creation carried out by these states. This measure should allow the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) to promptly respond to financial and economic threats, along with […]
  • Rumsfeldt’s Missing Trillions, Stavridis and Unconventional War
    September 10, 2001. U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeldt stated that 2.3 trillion dollar from the Pentagon’s annual budget could not be accounted for. September 11, 2001, the Pentagon’s accounting office and the Naval Command Center were targeted, allegedly by a plane. Survivors would report about explosions inside the Pentagon prior to the alleged pla […]
  • Invest in Food
          ......Submitted by Bullion Bulls Canada - Written by Jeff Nielson - (click for original) (Independantly written)   At first glance, the title to this commentary seems facile, especially to those readers in higher income brackets. The reality, however, is that “investing in food” is a risk-free means of generating an annual return on one’s investment th […]
  • Another Oligarch Preaches To The Peasants: Charlie Munger Says "Prepare For Harder World"
    Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, While several exceptionally wealthy and successful people have admirably come out and spoken passionately of the broken nature of financial markets and the political system, as well as the threat this poses to society in general (think Paul Tudor Jones and Nick Hanauer), there have been several examples […]
  • China Hard Landing: Blame The Smog
    Earlier this week, we got further evidence of just how quickly China’s economy is slowing down (hard landing anyone?) when the March manufacturing PMI printed in contraction territory, the employment sub index dove to Lehman levels, and rail freight fell 9%. While disconcerting, this isn’t all that surprising given that if one looks at what really matters (i […]
  • Japanese Government Bonds Are Crashing - Biggest Surge in Yields In 2 Years
    Whether due to contagion from the surge in US Treasury yields or a double whammy of weak household spending and Retail Trade data indicating that Abenomics is an utter failure is unclear, but yields across the entire JGB complex are spiking by the most in over 2 years. 10Y yields are up almost 9bps (not much you say) except that is from 32bps to 41bps!! 2Y a […]
  • Did Saudi Arabia Just Suffer Its Largest Foreign Capital Flight In 15 Years?
    The last few days have been almost the worst for the Saudi Arabian stock market in 4 years. Between low oil prices, a new King's big social welfare budget, and now "war," it appears this year's dead cat bounce from last year's exuberance is dying rather rapidly. However, what is perhaps even more troublesome for The Kingdom than the […]
  • China's Demographic Destiny Disaster (In 2 Simple Charts)
    China’s economy is slowing, and the debate is raging over whether the country is headed for an abrupt hard landing or whether the slowdown will stabilize into a soft landing that may already be underway. However it plays out, Schwab's Jeff Kleintop notes, one thing is clear: A return to the double-digit growth rates of years past seems unlikely. Demogra […]
  • Treasury Collateral Shortage Crosses The Atlantic, Makes European Landfall
    In “How The ECB Is Distorting Euro Money Markets” we summarized Barclays take on the effects of ECB QE as follows: “short-end core paper will trade below -0.20%, extreme supply/demand imbalances will cause general collateral rates to trade through the depo rate, money market fund yields will turn decisively negative testing investor patience, and central ban […]
  • China's Stock Bubble Leaves BNP Speechless: "What Happens Next Is An Unknown-Unknown"
    Earlier this month, we identified the reason why Chinese stocks have continued to rise in the face of overwhelming evidence that the country’s economy is decelerating quickly. While the first part of the 8-month run can be plausibly attributed to PSL, the furious buying that began in late November looks to be at least partly attributable to the fact that tha […]
  • Why Is Russia Building Massive Underground Bomb Shelters?
    Submitted by Michael Snyder via The End of The American Dream blog, Did you know that the Russians have a massive underground complex in the Ural mountains that has been estimated to be approximately 400 square miles in size?  In other words, it is roughly as big as the area inside the Washington D.C. beltway.  Back in the 1990s, the Clinton administration w […]
  • The World's Greatest Oil Chokepoints, And Why Yemen Matters
    About half the world's oil production is moved by tankers on fixed maritime routes, according to Reuters. The blockage of a chokepoint, even temporarily, can lead to substantial increases in total energy costs and thus, these checkpoints are crucial to global energy security. While Hormuz remains the largest chokepoint (and along with Bab el-Mandeb expl […]

In Virginia, the Second Amendment means freedom to buy unlimited number of guns

Virginia is for lovers — of guns. Last month the state overturned a 20-year-old law that barred residents from buying more than one handgun a month. In Virginia, firearms are like potato chips — you can’t stop at just one. Governor Bob McDonnell in February repealed Virginia’s prohibition of purchasing more than one handgun per month. Virginians are now free to buy as many guns as they want. The law was intended to curb gun trafficking, but many Virginians felt it curbed freedom instead. Thirty years after a powerful gun control movement swept the country Americans are embracing guns with a zeal unseen since the days of muskets and militias. For many in the United States, freedom is symbolized by the barrel of a gun. It’s Democracy, locked and loaded.

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