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  • Fed will be Forced to Punish the Dollar-Gregory Mannarino
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Trader and financial analyst Gregory Mannarino says, “I think things are looking very bad in the immediate future here.  Just this month, the ECB is going to start their Japan style quantitative easing, and that is going to make the U.S. equity market look a little less desirable . . . . […]Related Posts:Central Banks Absolutely […]
  • WNW-179-Netanyahu Iran Drama, War in Ukraine & Middle East, Global Warming–Not
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  2.27.15 Next week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to address Congress on the deal the Obama Administration is trying to do with Iran to curtail its nuclear program. No doubt, Netanyahu will warn a deal that will eventually allow Iran to get nuclear weapons will cause big problems for […]Related Posts:WNW 17 […]
  • A Great Shaking and Collapse is Coming-Jonathan Cahn
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Best-selling author of “The Harbinger,” Jonathan Cahn, is worried about America. Cahn, whose new book “Mystery of the Shemitah,” warns, “Everything is converging around this time (which is based on 7 year cycles).  I believe we need to be ready, and that’s why I believe I had to write the ‘Mystery […]Related Posts:Dollar Col […]
  • Obama Makes Dire Strategic Mistake in Ukraine-John Browne
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial and geo-political expert John Browne was an advisor on Russia to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.  So, does he think the war in Ukraine is a dire threat?  Browne says, “Oh yes, I think it is dire particularly because President Obama has had the wrong end of the stick, and he […]Related Posts:Collapse and Systemic F […]
  • WNW 178-Obama Blocked on Immigration, Ukraine Ceasefire Off, ISIS Beheading Christians
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  2.20.15 The Obama Administration suffered a crushing defeat this week on his executive order on immigration.  A federal judge ruled that basically the President did not have the power to make up his own laws outside of Congress.  The immigration executive order would have given temporary legal status to 4 to 5 […]Related Posts: […]
  • Greece Will Default-Calamity Follows-Andrew Hoffman
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Financial writer Andrew Hoffman says the debt problem in Greece will not have a happy ending. Hoffman contends, “More than half of Greek debt, everyone talks about the 400 billion euros they owe, more than half of this debt is from the bailouts in the last four years. . . . […]Related Posts:Global Economy Has Collapsed-Andy […]
  • Economy Has Not Recovered-John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Renowned economist John Williams says forget the happy talk about the so-called “recovery”—it ain’t happening.  Williams contends, “I wish I could say things are booming, but indeed they are not. . . . The GDP in the last three quarters, if you believe what they put out, is […]Related Posts:3.9% GDP Non […]
  • WNW 177-Middle East War Set-Up, Ukraine Peace Deal, Greece and EU on Brink
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (2.13.15) Everywhere you look in the Middle East, there are “wars and rumors of wars.”  Let’s start with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.  The President says he’s ready to fight the Islamic State, and they are “losing.” In fact, they are continuing to take territory in Iraq and Syria. […]Related Posts:WNW 176 Middle East […]
  • Growing Problems Leading to US Dollar Crisis-Peter Schiff
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Money manager Peter Schiff says forget about the Greece debt questions; the problems in the U.S. are far worse.  Schiff contends, “I am even more concerned with the problems with the dollar.  The dollar is benefiting right now because most people are just concerned about the euro.  So, the dollar gets […]Related Posts:Confusi […]
  • Everybody is Trying to Postpone the Inevitable-Axel Merk
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Money manager Axel Merk says, “I am very concerned about Russia.  I am very concerned about what is happening with Ukraine.  The problems we have there and in Europe, and in Japan and in the U.S., are we cannot balance our budgets.  Ukraine would not be in the situation it is […]Related Posts:Financial Repression as Far as th […]
  • 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 […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Friday, March 06, 2015 Construction Spending Trade Balance Employment/Unemployment January-2015 […]
  • No. 699: January CPI, Real-Retail Sales and Earnings, Durable Goods, Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • First-Quarter Economic Contraction Indicated by Retail Sales and Durable Goods Orders • Headline January Real-Retail Sales Still Fell by 0.1% (-0.1%), On Top of the Monthly Plunge of 0.7% (-0.7%) in the CPI-U • Home Sales Activity Remained Heavily Stressed • Unchanged before Inflation, Real Average Weekly Earnings Gain Was Due t […]
  • No. 698: Annual Revisions to Seasonally-Adjusted CPI
    (SGS Subscription required) • Slower Real Economic Activity Signaled by CPI Seasonal-Adjustment Revisions • Using Intervention Analysis, the Bureau of Labor Statistics Shifted Some Gasoline Deflation from Fourth- to Second-Quarter 2014 • Headline Drop in December CPI-U Narrowed in Revision to Minus 0.3% (-0.3%) from Minus 0.4% (-0.4%) […]
  • No. 697: January Industrial Production, Housing Starts, Producer Price Index
    (SGS Subscription required) • Both Production and Housing-Starts Activity Revised Lower in the Fourth-Quarter, and Flattened Out in Initial First-Quarter Estimations • January 2015 Annual PPI Inflation Fell to Zero, Driven Lower by Falling Oil and Gasoline Prices, Which Have Turned Higher in February […]
  • No. 696: January Retail Sales, Slowing Economy
    (SGS Subscription required) • January Retail-Sales Plunge Is on Track for a First-Quarter Contraction, Both Before and After Inflation Adjustment • The Better-Quality Headline Data are Showing a Marked Downturn in Broad Economic Activity • Gasoline and Oil Prices Appear to Be Bottoming […]
  • No. 695: Payroll-Employment Revisions – Corrections to Inconsistent Reporting
    (SGS Subscription required) • Consistent and Corrected BLS Payroll-Employment Data Are Available Here to ShadowStats Subscribers • Highly Volatile Inconsistencies in Payroll Reporting • Comparable with January 2015 Payroll Reporting, November Jobs Gain Was 340,000, Not the Headline 423,000 • Similar Quality Issues Plague Unemployment Data […]
  • No. 694: January Payrolls, Employment and Revisions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Payroll Benchmark Revision Nonsense— Altered and Inflated by Affordable Care Act Considerations? • Upside-Bias Factor for Annual Payrolls Increased by 161,000 to 892,000 • Extreme Instability Apparent in New Headline Payrolls • January Household Survey Numbers Not Comparable with Headline December Detail • January 2015 Unemploym […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:   The next Regular Commentary, scheduled for Friday, March 6th, will cover the February employment and unemployment release, and the January trade deficit and construction spending. See schedule for details. (LAST UPDATED February 27th)
  • No. 693: December Trade Balance, Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Trade Deficit Deteriorated Sharply for the Month, the Quarter and the Year, Both Before and After Accounting for Inflation and Oil Prices • Fourth-Quarter GDP Already Reflected Some of the Trade Hit; Further GDP Deterioration Is Likely • Oil Imports Rose and Oil Exports Fell in the Context of Declining Oil Prices • Real Construc […]

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  • Copenhagen shootings: Who benefits?
    February 14 2015. A “lone gunman” allegedly attacked the cultural center Krudttønden and the community house of a Synagogue in the Danish capital Copenhagen. One film instructor and a guard were killed. February 15 a specially trained police task force shot and killed the alleged young Palestinian perpetrator. February 19 a high-ranking delegate of Palestine […]
  • Ukraine, Fighting the Spin
    There was no coup or revolution in the Ukraine. It was an invasion and it is still going on. Real surrender begins with psychological warfare. You have an opponent “on the run” when you get them to accept your narrative. The term, roughly translated as Revolution of Dignity, was cooked up at the Jamestown Foundation […]
  • Pakistani-Chinese contribution to the Afghan national reconciliation
    In February 2015, Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, suggested Beijing mediate in the peace talks between the official authorities in Kabul and the Taliban: “We will support the Afghan Government in the issue of reconciliation with the various political groups, including the Taliban… China is ready to play a constructive role and provide the necessary […]
  • A year after Euro-Maidan, Ukraine coming apart at the seams
    It has been a year since protestors descended on Kiev’s Independence Square calling for the ouster of President Victor Yanukovich. Though the movement consisted of both liberal pro-European elements and rightwing quasi-fascist groups, most international media chose to frame the events of Maidan in a way that misleadingly obscured the role of the latter. Whil […]
  • Europe and the Politics of Russian Gas
    The recent announcement of a lucrative new gas contract between Hungary and Russia is certainly beneficial to both countries. Perhaps more significant however, is the fact that Russian energy supplies, and the political conflict between Europe and Russia, is drawing dividing lines all over the map. By allowing Washington to drive European policy vis-à-vis Uk […]
  • Turkey on the Сrossroads, or ‘Erdogan the Compromiser’
    Recently in regional, and perhaps in international politics, Turkey has begun to attract more and more attention. The root of this behaviour isn’t the growing economic, military, or political role of the NATO member state. It is simply that Erdoğan, like all of Turkey, is tired of waiting for a verdict from Grand Old Europe […]
  • Canada’s Russian Sanctions And The Matrix of Empire
    Canada, once again playing the role of court jester to America’s imperial throne, has announced the same set of new sanctions against Russia that were announced by the EU and the USA a day after the Minsk agreement was signed. To add salt to the wound, this action was taken on the same day that […]
  • War in Ukraine: Propaganda Lies and Casualties
    While cleaning the ruins of the Donetsk Airport, New Russia military forces discovered in the rubble 16 Ukrainian soldiers. Initially, there were about 30 of them. However, only 16 survived. The rest died waiting for aid promised by their commanders. But help did not come. Each of them received a solar powered recorder with a […]
  • Israel in the Run-up to Early Parliamentary Elections
    Elections for the Knesset (Parliament) in Israel will be held ahead of time on March 17. The country is heading to the polls early because the parties of the Knesset became deadlocked over the question of removing Arabic as an official language of Israel. The Central Election Committee has cleared 26 political parties to take […]
  • Russia: US-Backed Opposition Leader Gunned Down in Moscow
    Martyrdom on demand: if not of use alive, perhaps of use dead? US-backed opposition groups in Russia have so far failed utterly to produce results. Their transparent subservience to Washington coupled with their distasteful brand of politics has left a rather unpleasant taste in the mouth of most Russians. Each attempt to spread the “virus” of […]
  • Time For The Market To Break Again?
    The S&P 500 has given back all the gains from the US Open yesterday... when the CBOE "broke" and stocks went vertical... it seems it is time for the market to break again...     Small Caps are now red for the week and S&P close...     WTF!!! Are you serious? […]
  • Stop Whining America! Economists "Show" You're The Happiest In 56 Years
    Under-employed? Over-indebted? Under-paid? Forget about it... the clever economists that run the world have news for you. Based on economist Arthur Okun's "Misery Index" - which combines inflation and unemployment rates - Americans are the least miserable since 1959...      or... perhaps, just perhaps, the government supplied data on inflation […]
  • A Complete Preview Of Q€ — And Why It Will Fail
    To be sure, we’ve written quite a bit lately about the ECB’s upcoming plunge into the world of 13-figure debt monetization (or as we call it, Draghi’s Waterloo), and while we hate to beat a dead horse, the sheer lunacy of a bond buying program that is only constrained by the fact that there simply aren’t enough bonds to buy, cannot possibly be overstated.  A […]
  • "What’s Going On" - Traders Stumped As HFTs Frontrun Last Night's Australia "Surprise" Rate Decision
    Yesterday at 10:30pm eastern, or alternatively today at 2:30pm local time, Australia's central bank unexpectedly did not cut its key interest rate, keeping it at 2.25% even as the majority of economists had predicted a rate cut. However, not everyone was surprised. Just a minute before the official announcement at bottom of the hour sharp, the AUD surge […]
  • Hryvnia Rallies To 1-Month Highs After Ukraine Raises Benchmark Rate To 30%
    Ukraine's infamous pink Porsche-driving central bank governor, Valeriya Gontareva, raised the nation's refinancing rate from 19.5% to a stunning 30% (effective Wednesday) in order to "stabilize the situation in the money and lending markets," and imposed some 'capital controls' on exporters holding foreign cash.   For now, the h […]
  • Frontrunning: March 3
    3 days after Zero Hedge, here's Bloomberg: Company Cash Bathes Stocks as Monthly Buybacks Set Record (BBG) Israel's Netanyahu to address Congress in speech that has strained ties with Obama (Reuters), Risks Diplomatic, Political Pain If Speech Falls Flat (BBG) Before Key Speech, Netanyahu Hails U.S. Ties (WSJ) $1.92 bilion FX rigging charge: Barcla […]
  • Hillary Clinton's Latest Scandal: Former SecState Exclusively Used Undocumented, Personal Email Account
    While the Hillary Clinton campaign seems unperturbed by recent problematic disclosures by Politico into the Hillary Clinton Foundation, the former first lady and current democrat presidential hopeful will have a field day explaining why, as the NYT reported overnight, Hillary - in her role as Secretary of State - "exclusively used a personal email accou […]
  • Market Wrap: Futures Decline; Treasurys Weak On Actavis Mega-Deal, Dollar At 12 Year High
    With little newsflow out of Europe, and just as little on deck out of the US (just NY ISM and auto sales later today), the main overnight events were out of Asia where first the RBA decided to leave rates unchanged (despite the majority calling for a rate cut) when as Bloomberg's Richard Breslow noted, in the RBA communique the central bank "change […]
  • Gold and Debt: Astonishing Comparisons
          Posted with permission by Gary Christenson - The Deviant Investor     Debt and budgets in the trillions of dollars and euros are difficult to comprehend. The US budget is nearly $4 Trillion per year while the US official national debt exceeds $18 Trillion. A single large bank may hold contracts for more than $50 Trillion in derivative contracts. Global […]
  • Despite Russian Warnings, US Will Deploy A Battalion To Ukraine By The End Of The Week
    "Before this week is up, we’ll be deploying a battalion... to the Ukraine to train Ukrainian forces for the fight that's taking place," stated US 173rd Airborne Brigade Commander Colonel Michael Foster said at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC on Monday. Despite earlier warnings from Russia (and claims that N […]
  • Siberian Express to bring record-breaking cold temps to much of US Midwest
    February 2015 – WEATHER – CHICAGO, Il. – The brutal cold returned Wednesday as an arctic front brought single digits and wind chills below zero to the Chicago area, but Thursday’s temperatures could set record lows. “Wind chills right now … Continue reading →
  • Oklahoma’s earthquake problem is getting worse
    February 2015 – OKLAHOMA - A lawsuit claims that Oklahoma’s great increase in earthquake activity has been caused by pumping waste from drilling operations back underground. The suit involves the largest measured quake in the history of the state, a … Continue reading →
  • Magnitude 4.2 earthquake strikes near Oklahoma-Kansas border
      February 2015 – OKLAHOMA - An earthquake in northern Oklahoma shook Wichita shortly after 9 a.m. Thursday. The U.S. Geological Survey reported the tremblor struck at 9:08 a.m. and registered 4.2 on the Richter scale. It was three miles … Continue reading →
  • 45: Reunion volcano erupts – Mt. Etna has spectacular eruption
    February 2015 – GEOLOGY – One of the world’s most active volcanoes is erupting again. Piton de la Fournaise in the Indian Ocean on the French island of Reunion began spewing lava from one of its four craters on Wednesday. … Continue reading →
  • 43: Mexico’s Colima Volcano shaken by another explosive eruption
    January 2015 – MEXICO – Mexican authorities said a volcano eruption caught on webcam blasted ash at least 13,000 feet into the air, but did not pose a danger to the public. The Colima volcano, located on the border of … Continue reading →
  • US spy chief James Clapper says 40 out of 180 Americans have returned from Syria
    US Spy Chief Says 40 Americans Have Returned From Syria James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, said on Monday that about 40 Americans had returned to the U.S. from Syria, out of the nearly 180 who had traveled to conflict-ridden nation. Clapper added that not all the Americans who... […]
  • Drinking three cups of coffee a day reduces risk of heart attack
    Drinking as many as five cups of coffee a day could decrease the risk of heart attacks and clogged arteries, according to new research. The study examined the link between coffee consumption and coronary artery calcium (CAC), which is an early indicator of cardiovascular disease – the... […]
  • Georgia halts execution of state’s only female death row inmate
    Georgia halted the planned Monday execution of the only woman on death row in the state due to problems with the drugs to be used in the lethal injection, officials said. Kelly Renee Gissendaner, 46, condemned for the murder of her husband in 1997, would have been the first woman executed by the... […]
  • Phishing scam targets routers that use default security settings
    Californian information security firm Proofpoint uncovers attack on Brazilian internet users with generic router login details such as ‘admin’ Internet users are being warned to ensure that their routers have unique passwords, after email spammers have been spotted sending phishing links, which try... […]
  • Ben Carson creates committee to explore presidential bid: WSJ
    Ben Carson, a retired surgeon popular with Tea Party conservatives, has formally created an exploratory committee to run for president, according to his campaign chief executive, Terry Giles, the Wall Street Journal reported. With the exploratory committee, Carson can raise money that he can... […]
  • Rare ‘alien of the deep’ goblin shark found in Australia
    A rare sea creature described as an “alien of the deep” has been found off Australia and delivered to a museum which Tuesday showed off its fleshy snout, nail-like teeth and flabby pink body. The prehistoric-looking goblin sharks live on deep sea bottoms and little is known about their... […]
  • Netanyahu takes fight against Obama’s Iran plan to Congress
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu goes to Capitol Hill on Tuesday for another round in an increasingly heated battle with the White House over Iran’s nuclear ambitions. In a landmark speech to Congress, Netanyahu will seek to mobilise lawmakers to oppose an emerging deal with Tehran... […]
  • Origins of HIV virus strains traced to gorillas
    Two of four strains of the virus that can cause AIDS come from gorillas in southwestern Cameroon, an international team of scientists reported in studies published Monday in the United States. The new information means that researchers now know the origins of all strains of the HIV virus that occur... […]
  • Here’s how to find out if your penis is a normal size, according to science
    What is an “average” size for a penis? The enduring question now has a scientific answer: 13.12 centimetres (5.16 inches) in length when erect, and 11.66 cm around, according to an analysis of more than 15,000 appendages around the world. In a flaccid state, it found, the penis of the... […]
  • Here are the 10 best Hollywood movies about money and politics
    BillMoyers.com asked critic and essayist Gene Seymour to pick 10 Hollywood feature films that he felt best depicted the corrupting influence of money in politics. Note, as Seymour does, “They’re all comedies, aren’t they?” Here they are, in chronological order: Duck Soup... […]
  • Why — and how — we should legalize psychedelics
    Psychedelics hold enormous potential for understanding the human mind. ... […]
  • WATCH: Jon Stewart kicks WWE’s Seth Rollins in the nuts
    It’s hard being a WWE fan as a professional, working adult. There’s a stigma attached to wrestling. People who don’t know it think they know everything. It’s fake. It’s scripted. No one gets hurt for real. It’s for inbred redneck hooligans. So, for me, the fact... […]
  • Jon Stewart mocks John Boehner: House GOP you claim to control told you to ‘kissy-face their ass’
    Daily Show host Jon Stewart ripped House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) on Monday for apparently losing control of his own members in the dispute over funding the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). “It’s as though the caucus that you, John Boehner, purport to control has told you to... […]
  • Flashback: Keith Olbermann has been calling out Bill O’Reilly’s lies for a very long time
    With new allegations questioning Bill O’Reilly’s reporting on Monday, a segment late last year by ESPN’s Keith Olbermann can be seen in a new light. On Nov. 19, Olbermann named the Factor host his daily “Worst Person In The World,” but not because of their... […]
  • Hillary Clinton only used private email account during tenure as Secretary of State: report
    Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have violated federal records laws by using a personal email account for all of her work messages, the New York Times reported on Monday. The newspaper said the likely Democratic presidential candidate conducted all her official business during her... […]
  • Americans are turning away from organized religion in record numbers
    What's the future of religious institutions in the America? Answer: None.... […]
  • Standardized tests don’t reveal how smart you are
    Tests are harder, students’ scores are rising, and yet it doesn’t really mean we’re evolving into a more intelligent society. A new study published in the journal Intelligence, reveals compounding evidence that students are becoming better at standardized test taking, but not necessarily becoming... […]
  • CIA veterans finger Putin in Nemtsov assassination
    Four shots, expertly placed. A perfectly timed getaway car. Nearby security cameras turned off “for repair.” The murder of prominent Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, say CIA veterans, many with long experience in Moscow, was obviously a professional job, inspired, if not explicitly ordered,... […]
  • Boy has seizure after eating too much licorice
    After a previously healthy 10-year old boy had a series of convulsive seizures, he was hospitalized in Bologna, Italy, and doctors set about trying to figure out what ailed him. Most of his vital signs were normal, except that he had abnormally high levels of cortisol and high blood pressure.... […]
  • NYC rats harbor fleas that can transmit the plague
    A flea that is capable of carrying and transmitting the bubonic plague was found to be living on rats in New York City. Known as the Oriental rat flea, this insect can also serve as a vector (or transmitting agent) for typhus and a bacterial infection called tularemia. “We have rodents that can... […]

U.S. nuclear plant declares “alert”: NRC

NEW YORK – Exelon Corp declared an “alert” at its New Jersey Oyster Creek nuclear power plant due to a record storm surge, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said on Monday, warning that a further rise in water levels could force operators to use emergency water supplies from a fire hose to cool spent uranium fuel rods.

The alert — the second lowest of four NRC action levels — came after water levels at the plant rose by more than 6.5 feet (2 metres), potentially affecting the pumps that circulate water through the plant, an NRC spokesman said.

Those pumps are not essential since the plant is shut for planned refuelling at the moment. However a further rise to 7 feet could submerge the service water pump motor that is used to cool the water in the spent fuel pool.

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Woman arrested for speaking too long at city council meeting

A 60-year-old woman was arrested after exceeding her allotted three minutes of speaking time at a California city council meeting.

The Riverside Press-Enterprise reports that Karen Wright’s arrested was caught on video, when she was handcuffed by police and cited for disrupting a public meeting during a Riverside City Council meeting.

“Can you see my wrists? You’re pulling and jerking on my wrists!” Wright says in the video, while police forcibly handcuff her while she is on her knees. “I cannot get up without putting my hands down!”

Riverside Mayor Ron Loveridge and other council members denied ordering the arrest, which occurred when Wright was addressing a local sludge-hauling contract. When her time expired, one of the two attending police officers began to escort Wright away, who then resisted and shouted to the council, “I would like you to quit the harassment with the police.”

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