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  • WNW 186-Senate Gets To Approve Iran Deal, Russia Sends Air Defense to Iran, Middle East Chaos Continues
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   Congress is going to get a say in the upcoming deal to curtail Iran’s nuclear program.  Congress has a veto proof majority they will require the President to allow Congress to give its approval.  Just this weekend, the President said that the “GOP had overstepped in foreign affairs” according to the […]Related Posts:WNW 185 […]
  • Drought Number One Emergency in California-Ellen Brown
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Author and attorney Ellen Brown says the drought in California is dire.  NASA recently said that California has just one year of water left.  Brown says, “It was just declared our number one emergency. . . .It’s pretty shocking what is happening.  It’s our fourth year of drought.  The Governor just […]Related Posts:WNW-184- I […]
  • Fall 2015 Turning Point-Civil Unrest and Riots-Martin Armstrong
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Legendary financial analyst Martin Armstrong says the world is going to be hitting a major “turning point” this fall.  Armstrong says this is the end of a 300 year cycle and contends, “This appears to be a peak, as far as governments and bond markets are concerned, and […]Related Posts:War Cycle-Europe […]
  • WNW 185-Iran Nuke Deal Falls Apart, Will Fed Raise Interest Rates, Economy Getting Worse
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (4/10/15) The deal to curtail Iran’s nuclear program is no deal at all.  How do I know this?  You just have to listen to the leadership in Iran.  The Ayatollah Khamenei has weighed in along with his subordinates, and they have said that the White House and the President are liars.  […]Related Posts:WNW-184- Iran Nuke Deal or […]
  • We’re Going to Step On a Mine before End of 2015-James Turk
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Renowned Precious metals expert James Turk thinks this fall is going to be trouble for the U.S. dollar.  Turk explains, “I think that is the time frame we should be looking for, and there are a couple of reasons for this.  Every five years, the International Monetary Fund recalculates the “Special […]Related Posts:Outlook fo […]
  • Fed Rate Rise Would Smoke Derivatives-Bill Holter
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Financial writer Bill Holter says don’t expect the economy to get better anytime soon.  Holter says, “We’re probably in recession again . . . the economy has been quite weak.  It looks to me we could be breaking down in the stock market.  This is going to be […]Related Posts:Gold is Kryptonite to the Do […]
  • WNW-184- Iran Nuke Deal or No Deal, Russia Threatens Nuke War, 0% GDP Growth, California Drought
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (4.3.15) Looks like the U.S. and the rest of the major countries negotiating with Iran have a framework for a deal to curtail Iran’s nuclear program.  Let’s not call it a real deal.  Why?  Because this is only a so-called “framework,” and lots has to be agreed upon before it’s a […]Related Posts:WNW 185-Iran Nuke Deal Falls […]
  • Fed Will Be Forced Not to Raise Interest Rates-Reggie Middleton
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial expert and trader Reggie Middleton says the Fed is “going to be forced not to raise interest rates.”  Middleton explains, “If they do raise rates, money is going to fly into the dollar.  The dollar is going to become even stronger relative the euro and Asian currencies.  Then you are […]Related Posts:We’re Going to […]
  • 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 […]
  • No. 713: March CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Housing Starts, GDP Prospects
    (SGS Subscription required) • Housing Starts Plunged at Annualized Pace of 31.0% (-31.0%) in First-Quarter 2015 • Real Retail Sales Contracted at 2.0% (-2.0%) Annualized Pace in First-Quarter, Worst Showing Since Depths of Economic Collapse • Annual Real Sales Growth at Recession Level • Real Earnings Fell by 0.4% (-0.4%) in March • March Year-to-Year Inflat […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Friday, April 24, 2015 Existing Home Sales New Home Sales New Orders for Durable Goods March-2015 […]
  • No. 712: March Nominal Retail Sales, Industrial Production, PPI
    (SGS Subscription required) • Quarterly Retail Sales and Industrial Production Last Dropped Together in First-Quarter 2009, When Real GDP Contracted 5.5% (-5.5%) • Nominal Retail Sales Fell an Annualized 5.0% (-5.0%) in First-Quarter 2015; March Annual Growth Was Weakest Since Economic Collapse • Real Retail Sales Also Locked-In to First-Quarter Contraction […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:  The next Regular Commentary, scheduled for Friday, April 24th, will cover March new orders for durable goods and existing- and new-home sales.. See Schedule (LAST UPDATED April 17th)
  • No. 711: Updated Outlook for General Economic Conditions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Data in the Week Ahead Should Trouble the Financial Markets • Market Sentiment on the Cusp of a "New" Recession? • First-Quarter GDP on Track for Worst Contraction Since Depths of the Economic Collapse […]
  • No. 710: March Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • First-Quarter GDP Contraction Is an Increasingly Solid Bet; Market Sentiment Should Begin Shifting Towards "New" Recession • March Labor Data Fell Apart on Both the Payroll and Unemployment Fronts • Net of February Revisions, March Payrolls Gained Just 57,000 • Masked by Rounding, Headline Unemployment Actually Decline […]
  • No. 709: February Trade Deficit, Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • For Purposes of the Initial First-Quarter 2015 GDP Estimate, Growth Will Be Hammered by a Quarterly Widening of the Real Trade Deficit and a Quarterly Downturn in Real Construction Spending
  • 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 […]
  • 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. […]

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  • Russia’s Missile Wall in Iran
    The popular narrative surrounding the conflict between the West and Iran has always been one of a dangerous rogue state bent on obtaining nuclear weapons before triggering a nuclear-fueled Armageddon aimed at Israel. Underneath this elementary propaganda, lies a more complex truth underpinning a proxy conflict between East and West. Just as had been the […]
  • American Jihadi: Why Westerners Fight for the Islamic State
    Media outlets and government circles both cringe and squirm when the subject of Westerners leaving the West to go fight in Syria and Iraq with the Islamic State arises. While acquiring data and calculating accurate numbers wildly diverges from source to source, there is no doubt that ANY number simply makes countries like the United […]
  • Situation in Lebanon Against the Background of Crisis in Syria
    Though the domestic political situation in Lebanon is relatively stable, its possible worsening in the near future should not be excluded. The interference of external forces and persistent split of the Lebanese society over the events in neighboring Syria where the violent civil war is still ongoing along with active external intervention (by the USA, […]
  • A new Round in the Anti-corruption Drive in South Korea
    The South Korean government approved ratification of a new anti-corruption law passed by parliament on March 24, 2015, already informally been dubbed the “Kim Young-ran Act” after its author, the former chairmen of the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission. This law that has been debated since the beginning of the year has provoked big arguments and [… […]
  • Israel: submarines armed with nuclear weapons?
    The fact that Israel has nuclear weapons became public quite recently, although Tel Aviv has been concealing this fact carefully for several decades with the support of the United States and several Western European countries. Some Western experts estimate that the Jewish state may dispose of over 400 nuclear warheads which were created in the […]
  • Ukraine a Vector for GMO Poison’s Spread Through EU
    When the Washington Post chooses to pen an insulting, condescending editorial targeting entire nations speaking up against Western impropriety, one can just as well assume the precise opposite of whatever narrative the Post is trying to push forward is true. Regarding American biotech companies and their attempts to infest the planet with genetically modifie […]
  • The Next Financial Tsunami Just Began in Texas
    The last financial Tsunami was a doozer that almost destroyed the global financial system. It was the collapse of the Wall Street Mortgage Backed Securities bubble in March 2007. The results of that collapse are still very much with the world today. Never in the one hundred some years of the Federal Reserve Bank has […]
  • The USA and China: Contradiction Growth in Security Sphere in the APR
    With Chinese building up comprehensive national power, a variety of contradictions between Beijing and Washington are continuously expanding. Over the period of more than twenty years of ‘unipolar moment’ existence, the United States of America, having accustomed to their unchallenged dominance in global and regional matters, are not ready to accept the righ […]
  • The Struggle for Yemen Rages On
    The so-called international community which is allegedly united by the UN continues to demonstrate utter and complete impotency in the face of the unfolding tragedy in the south of the Arabian Peninsula, where a total of 23 million people in Yemen continue to face the harsh realities of a full-scale humanitarian catastrophe. This crisis was […]
  • Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad S-300s?
    The executive order issued by Russian President Vladimir Putin, which lifts the ban on the export of weapons systems to Iran, has been met with sharp condemnation by Israel, and admonishment from the United States. While Moscow has yet to make a final decision on if/when it will begin supplying the S-300 air defense missiles […]
  • One Last Look At The Real Economy Before It Implodes - Part 5
    Submitted by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market.com, (click here for Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4) Since I began writing analysis for the liberty movement more than eight years ago, I have always said that we will know when the endgame of the globalists is upon us when the criminals come out into the light of day and admit to their crimes. At that moment, it […]
  • Sand-nado - Beijing Battered By Blanket Of Red Dust
    In yet another ripped from the movies-screen-esque event, Beijing was brought to a standstill today as a massive Interstellar-like sandstorm covered the Chinese capital in thick blanket of red dust, sparking social media discussions of the end of the world. As RT reports, The China Meteorological Administration issued a yellow sandstorm alert – the third-mos […]
  • Putting The Real Story Of Energy & The Economy Together
    Submitted by Gail Tverberg via Our Finite World blog, What is the real story of energy and the economy? We hear two predominant energy stories. One is the story economists tell: The economy can grow forever; energy shortages will have no impact on the economy. We can simply substitute other forms of energy, or do without. Another version of the energy and th […]
  • Is The Student Debt Bubble About To Witness Its 2007 Moment?
    Two days ago we highlighted a new study from the St. Louis Fed where someone had the very prudent idea to strip out loans in deferment and forbearance from the denominator of the student debt delinquency rate equation so everyone could get a better idea of what the real numbers look like.  The thing is, you can’t be delinquent when you aren’t required to mak […]
  • 300 US Paratroopers Arrive In Ukraine After Russia Says Its Missiles Will Target NATO Member States
    While the escalation of the second Cold War between Russia and the US over their proxy conflict in Ukraine has been relegated to the back pages due to the lack of any flash points in recent months, events in eastern Europe continue to build up to an increasingly unstable equilibrium. Just yesterday, Russia again accused the United States of "seeking pol […]
  • Did WalMart Close A California Store To Punish Employees Who Protested Wages And Working Conditions?
    On Wednesday, we asked why WalMart simultaneously closed multiple geographically distinct stores across the US for “plumbing issues.” We began by noting that the company — the largest retailer in the world — raised wages across the board just two months ago. Here’s an excerpt from the letter sent to employees by President and CEO Doug McMillon: For our curre […]
  • Japan's "Over 65" Rise To Record 33 Million, More Than Double Number Of Children
    With Abenomics seemingly a total failure (aside from managing to collapse the currency and living standards of the population - worst Misery Index in 33 years) the demographic crisis that Japan faces just got more crisis-er. As NHKWorld reports, Japan's population continues to fall (4th year in a row) but what is worse, there are now 33 million people o […]
  • Slight Production Declines Hide Bigger Oil Storage Issues
    By EconMatters   Storage Builds Everyone this week focused on the slight production declines that this was a sign to go long oil, but what seemed to go under the radar was another build in both Cushing and the Gulf Coast storage hubs.   Cushing added another 1.3 million barrels to weekly storage and stands at 61.5 million barrels. The Gulf Coast added anothe […]
  • Men Go Mad In Herds
    Submitted by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog, The Chinese real estate bubble has been imploding for the last year. The Chinese economy is barely growing at 1.6% after decades of 10% growth. There are millions of unoccupied condos. There are dozens of ghost cities and empty office towers. It’s the most corrupt nation on earth. We are in the midst of a […]
  • Meet Fiery Cross Reef, China's Man-Made Military Island Outpost
    Last week, we noted the hilarious irony in President Obama’s contention that China was “using its sheer size and muscle to force other countries into subordinate positions.” That of course, is a picture perfect description of US foreign policy and so the statement by the President is effectively an indictment of Washington’s own actions.  Obama’s remarks wer […]

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