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  • Germany Secretly Planning on Joining BRICS-Jim Willie
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Financial newsletter writer Jim Willie says no matter who shot down the Malaysian commercial jet over Ukraine recently, there is going to be massive fallout.  Willie contends, “Here’s the big, big consequence.  The U.S. is basically telling Europe you have two choices here.  Join us with the war against Russia.  Join […]Rela […]
  • The Chaos is Planned-Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Derivatives and gold expert Rob Kirby contends financial markets are controlled by the U.S. Treasury.  For example, Kirby contends, “The Interest rate derivative trade means the U.S. Treasury can make banks captive buyers of any amount of U.S. government debt it wants to issue–literally any amount.”  Kirby goes on to say, “Th […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.18.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   Only three stories in the Weekly News Wrap-Up, but they all have something in common.  They all will have cascading effects that will go on for some time to come.  First up, the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 over Eastern Ukraine.  Nearly 300 people are dead; and of that total, […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up […]
  • 2008 Meltdown Revisited-There’s No Solution-Egon von Greyerz
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Gold and financial expert, Egon von Greyerz, says buckle your seat belts–a replay of the 2008 financial crisis will “soon return.”  Greyerz contends, “What happened in 2008 was expected by us for quite a long time.  The solution of $25 trillion to save banks and financial markets was not a solution.  […]Related Posts:Will Fe […]
  • U.S. Economy-Plunge, Stagnation & Turning Down Anew-John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Economist John Williams says to forget about the so-called recovery.  What’s coming next is recession or worse.  Williams contends, “The fact that we saw a -2.9% contraction in the first quarter, in official reporting . . . you know the economy is in real bad shape.  It’s continued to the second […]Related Posts:Dollar on the […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.11.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  I warned last week about the kidnapping and murder of three Israelis and revenge killing of a Palestinian teen sparking violence in Israel.  My fear is now been confirmed with Hamas rocket attacks on various targets in Israel.  Israel is making counter attacks that have claimed the lives of dozens in […]Related Posts:Weekly […]
  • Islamic State-Loose Artillery Shell on the Deck of the Ship of History-James Howard Kunstler
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Veteran journalist and author, James Howard Kunstler, is worried about the violence heating up in the Middle East–especially Saudi Arabia.  Kunstler says, “Saudi Arabia is between a rock and a hard place, or should I say Iraq and a hard place.  Both sides that are now contending in Iraq, the Shiite […]Related Posts:Reality […]
  • Money Bubble Will Pop-John Rubino
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  John Rubino, author of the new book “The Money Bubble,” can sum up the ongoing global financial problems in a single phrase: “There is too much debt.” Rubino goes on to say, “Debt works the same way for a country as it works for an individual or a family, which is […]Related Posts:Bond Market Bubble in Search of a Pin-Doug C […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.4.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Happy Fourth of July weekend everyone!  Well, the fireworks went off all over the place, and I am talking about real war.  The al-Qaeda linked terror army operating in Syria and Iraq, called ISIS or ISIL, has declared a new Islamic State.  It covers land taken by them in recent fighting […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 6 […]
  • Official 2014 IMF Forecast Based on ‘Magic Number Seven’-Steve Quayle
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Radio talk show veteran and 10 time published author, Steve Quayle, says dark powers are at work in the financial markets at the highest levels of global government.  Quayle contends, “First of all, the illuminati and the occult are one in the same with hidden meanings to the general population, but […]Related Posts:2014 Goin […]
  • Here Is The Chart That Has The Central Planners Worried
    With global stock markets hitting new recent and in some cases all-time highs, the spread between the bulls and bears is in incredibly dangerous territory as shown in the remarkable sentiment chart below. Bullish sentiment is still at extremes as the markets have traded near highs. […]
  • Switzerland Has Exported A Shocking Amount Of Gold To Asia
    With the war in the gold and silver markets heating up, today gold analyst Frank K. out of the Netherlands sent King World News two shocking charts which reveal the massive flow of gold from West to East. The charts show gold is literally hemorrhaging from Western central bank vaults to Eastern vaults, where it will never return. […]
  • This Is The Timeline For The Terrifying Endgame Of Destruction
    With a non-stop flow of propaganda from Western mainstream media outlets, today Michael Pento spoke with King World News about the timeline for the terrifying endgame of financial destruction. Pento also discussed what he is doing with his firm’s money ahead of the coming chaos. […]
  • A 2008-Style Event, Propaganda & The $64 Billion Question
    Today one of the wealthiest people in the financial world spoke with King World News about the possibility of another 2008-style event, mainstream media propaganda, and the $64 billion question. Rick Rule, who is business partners with Eric Sprott, also discussed where gold, silver, and the rest of the commodities are heading. […]
  • Gold & Silver Set To Make History, Art Cashin & 3 Great Charts
    Today KWN is putting out a special piece which features three charts showing the roadmap to a historic move in gold, silver, and the shares. These are the types of charts that the big banks follow closely, as well as big money and savvy professionals. David P. out of Europe sent us the remarkable charts that all KWN readers need to see. There is also a bonus […]
  • No. 644: Pending GDP Reporting and Revisions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Unhappy Surprises in Pending GDP Numbers • Look for Downside Revisions to GDP Growth of Recent Years, Including First-Quarter 2014 • Initial Estimate of Second-Quarter GDP Growth Should Surprise Market Expectations Sharply on the Downside • Headline Second-Quarter Contraction Likely by September 26th Revision […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Friday, July 25, 2014 New Home Sales New Orders for Durable Goods June-2014 June-2014 07/24/2014 […]
  • No. 643: June CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Quarterly Consumer Inflation of 3.0% at Three-Year High • Inflation Wiped Out Headline Gain in June Retail Sales • Real Earnings Fell for Third Straight Month • June Annual Inflation: 2.1% (CPI-U), 2.0% (CPI-W), 9.8% (ShadowStats) • Existing-Home Sales Fell Year-to-Year for 8th Straight Month • Negative Surprises Likely in Next […]
  • No. 642: June Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • Second-Quarter 2014 Housing Starts Fell Below Fourth-Quarter Activity, With a June Contraction and Downside Revisions to April and May […]
  • Commentaries News
    The Next Regular Commentary: is scheduled for Friday, July 25th, covering June new orders for durable goods and new home sales. For detail on pending economic releases, see the schedule. (LAST UPDATED July 23rd) […]
  • No. 641: June Industrial Production, Producer Price Index
    (SGS Subscription required) • Shifting Production Detail Indicated Still Weaker First-Quarter GDP, Suggested Slowing Second-Quarter Inventory Growth (a GDP Negative) • Volatile PPI Resumed Upswing in Inflation Reporting […]
  • No. 640: June Retail Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Net of Inflation, Headline Real June Retail Sales Likely Contracted • Although Real Retail Sales Appear to Have Gained in Second Quarter; Contracting Second-Quarter GDP Outlook Remains Intact […]
  • No. 639: Review of the Deepening Economic and Pending U.S. Dollar and HyperinflationCrises
    (SGS Subscription required) • Outlook Continues for Massive U.S. Dollar Sell-Off, Pending Hyperinflation • U.S. Economy on Track for Downside Shocks that Could Roil Markets and Provide Political Cover for Reinvigorated Quantitative Easing • Fed Has Monetized 76% of Net Issuance of Publicly Held Treasury Debt, Since January 2013 Expansion of QE3; Pace of Fed […]
  • No. 638: June Labor Data, May Trade Deficit, Construction and Median Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • Payroll Gains Were Bloated by Seasonal-Factor Shenanigans; Unemployment Numbers Remained Inconsistent, Not Comparable Month-to-Month • June Unemployment: 6.1% (U.3), 12.1% (U.6), 23.1% (ShadowStats) • Economy Remains in Serious Trouble • Trade Deficit Should Hammer Second-Quarter 2014 GDP, Subtracting In Excess of 1.0% from Init […]
  • No. 637: GDP Revision, Durable Goods Orders, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Collapsing First-Quarter 2014 Economic Activity (GDP, GNP and GDI) Fell Below Third-Quarter 2013 Levels • GDP Activity Fell, Even Before Adjusting for Slowing Inventory Growth • Quarterly GDP Activity Contracted, Even Before Adjusting for Inflation • Looming Second-Quarter Economic Contraction Likely to Formalize “Renewed” Reces […]

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“Faces of The Fallen” ~ Never Forget. They are not a Number

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

  • Organized crime’s next big project: renewable energy
    International organized crime has long since taken an interest in investing its funds in legitimate business, including in the most forward-looking: the environment and its resources. A few years ago, environmental crimes mostly consisted of toxic waste dumping, illegal logging or violating environmental legislation. But today, the “green energy” sector has […]
  • Yemen: A handful of Special Interests
    The percentage of Americans who have heard of Yemen is undoubtedly small. Still fewer could locate it on a map. Still fewer have even an inkling of its current political issues. Reality shows that civil unrest and insurrection has been happening in the north of that country since 2004, meaning there has basically been war […]
  • Baloney on the pitch
    In one of our previous articles about North Korea, we mentioned the so-called “Stonefish Rule” which dictates that any crazy thing that you write will be accepted as truth if it is written about North Korea. We offer another story that proves this rule. On July 11, 2014, on the eve of the FIFA World […]
  • Merkel Goes to China
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel flew to China with an official visit from July 6 to 12. It was her seventh trip to the country since she took office as chancellor, with her previous visit taking place at the end of August 2012. On this trip she met with her Chinese colleague Li Keqiang and Chinese […]
  • MH17 and America’s Deceitful Game
    America claims “evidence is being tampered with.” Who would know better than America? After 9/11, the evidence, not just the dirt itself, enriched with uranium and plutonium, taken to a landfill, but the scant remains of the twin towers, sold to China, never to be examined but in passing. America is playing a double game, […]
  • Pakistan: Challenges in 2014
    Military operation in the North Waziristan Agency, June 2014 On June 15, 2014, the Pakistan air force carried out a number of air strikes against insurgent hideouts in several regions of North Waziristan bordering Afghanistan. Pakistan’s army headquarters issued a press release stating: “According to substantiated information, various foreign and local terro […]
  • Pies for overtime
    A new sensation has been making headlines the world over: “North Korea has banned the South Korean Choco Pie”. Many articles still mention that the prohibition affects only the territory of the Kaesong Industrial Complex, but those who love “sizzling news” have already expanded the prohibition to all of North Korea, using the chance to […]
  • KAL 007 Case Shows Parallels with Malaysian Airlines MH17
    This is not the first time there has been a downing of a commercial flight, and, as in most such cases, there is more to the story of Malaysian Airlines MH17 than the first impression suggests. One particular case from the past gives us clues as to what this “more” might be. On September 1, […]
  • John Tefft, the US “Special Ambassador” Appointed to Russia
    For diplomats of any country, Moscow represents a plum posting. If you are selected to serve there it implies your government has great trust in your abilities and you have had a previous career of meritorious service. Or it means you are John Tefft. Controversy follows John Tefft wherever he goes. This diplomatic pit bull […]
  • Is the Peaceful Solution Still Viable for Syria?
    A number of positive events which may have a lasting influence on the future of the whole region has recently occurred in Syria. The first — is the appointment of a new UN envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, an Italian diplomat that has been working in the United Nations for more than 30 years. […]
  • Ukraine conflict civil war: Red Cross
    The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has officially described the conflict in eastern Ukraine as a civil war, urging the government and pro-Russian protesters to respect the laws of conflict.
  • 'America unprepared for the cyber 9/11'
    The authors of the 9/11 Commission report say the United States has failed to deal with new cyber-security threats, exposing itself to potential terrorist attacks as devastating as September 11, 2001, strikes. […]
  • NYPD arrest Jews protesting Gaza war
    Nine American Jewish activists protesting Israel’s massacre of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip were arrested on Tuesday in New York City after occupying the offices of Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF).
  • Afghans hold anti-Israel rallies in Kabul
    Anti-Israeli demonstrations have been held in the Afghan capital, Kabul, against the Israeli onslaught on the Gaza Strip, Press TV reports.
  • Palestinians hold mass funeral in WB
    Thousands of Palestinians have attended a mass funeral for a young protester killed by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank. […]
  • Iran's Nekounam seeks Osasuna return
    Iran’s central midfielder and captain Javad Nekounam has expressed interest to return to Osasuna, and says the Spanish football club wants him back.
  • UK watchdog warns on anti-terror laws
    Britain’s counter-terrorism watchdog has warned that journalists who publish politically motivated content could be labeled as terrorists under the country’s anti-terror legislation.
  • Iran petrochemical exports up by 6%
    Iran’s petrochemical exports have increased six percent over the first quarter of the current Iranian calendar year (started March 21, 2014), an official says.
  • 'Israel kills 1 child every hour in Gaza'
    The United Nations says at least one Palestinian child has been killed every hour during the ongoing Israeli war on the besieged Gaza Strip. […]
  • Israel ‘centerpiece’ of US foreign policy
    Israel’s national interests have been the “centerpiece” and “primary objective” of American foreign policy since the 1960’s, a journalist and political commentator in Ireland says.“US national interest should be the primary objective of American foreign policy, but since the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, and even more so since the 1967 […]
  • Chart Of The Day: For Caterpillar The "Great Recovery" Is Just As Bad As The Great Financial Crisis
    Earlier today, Caterpillar reported its monthly global OEM retail sales. It didn't got any press coverage for one simple reason: the bellwether industrial company which has managed to repurchase it way to all time highs in recent months hardly wants the investing public to know the unpleasant truth, a truth which is shown in its simplest format in the c […]
  • IRA Contributions Hit Record High As Unpatriotic Americans "Save More, Pay Off Debt, Spend Less"
    In what could be the most unpatriotic report ever, Fidelity reports that average IRA contributions for tax year 2013 reached $4,150 - an all-time high. That's great news, right? Not if you ask Janet Yellen as Fidelity notes younger investors, those in their 20s, 30s and 40s, are adopting the strongest savings behaviors as Americans are "saving more […]
  • Where Facebook's Second Quarter User Growth And Revenue Generation Was In Charts
    Moments ago Facebook, unlike AT&T which missed on revenue and EPS, beat both the top line expectations of $2.81 billion print reporting $2.91 billion on EPS of $0.42, higher than the $0.32 expected.  Here is the full breakdown. Daily Active Users: 829 million (Exp. 831MM) Monthly Active Users: 1.317 billion (Exp. 1.31 billion) Mobile Monthly Active Users […]
  • No Data, Mo War, No Worries: S&P Hits New Record High
    On a day with no macro data and more warmongering, it only makes sense that stocks should continue to levitate. Aside from The Dow (troubled by weakness in Boeing dragging 20 points off the index), US equity markets rose with the S&P 500 breaking to new all-time record highs just shy of 1990 (2000 tomorrow?) Treasuries were very quiet, trading in a 2bps […]
  • 5 Reasons Why The Market Won't Crash Or Will
    Submitted by Lance Roberts of STA Wealth Management, Paul LaMonica, whom I have spoken with several times, recently wrote a piece for CNN Money entitled "5 Reasons Why The Market Won't Crash." One of the biggest mistakes that investors make is falling prey to cognitive biases that obfuscate rising investment risks. This is why I am particularl […]
  • High-Yield Bonds "Extremely Overvalued" For Longest Period Ever
    The high-yield bond market has been "extremely overvalued" for a record nine consecutive months, according to Martin Fridson, a money manager at Lehmann, Livian, Fridson Advisors LLC. As Bloomberg Brief's Matt Robinson notes, the streak breaks the previous record of eight months set in October 2006 to May 2007. As Fridson notes, "overvalu […]
  • The Rot Within, Part II: Inflation Is Not "Growth"
    Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, Just as the Federal Reserve cannot directly force you to stick the needle of monetary heroin (debt) into your arm, it also can't force employers to pay employees more. The official policy of the Central Bank (Federal Reserve)/government is: inflation is necessary for "growth," i.e. economic e […]
  • Confused Hamas Demands Truce But Only On Its Terms
    Judging by the total lack of reaction across any markets, traders are just as confused by the headlines blurting out of Hamas leader Mashaal: *SENIOR HAMAS OFFICIAL SAYS TRUCE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON (ok great) *MASHAAL SAYS 'WE ARE FOR A TRUCE BUT WE ARE PATIENT' (wait... you just said) *MASHAAL SAYS NOBODY CAN DISARM PALESTINIAN RESISTANCE (hhmm) *M […]
  • GM Announces Another 718K Recalls, Bringing 2014 Total To Nearly 30 Million
    It had been almost a month without a GM recall announcement of some sort. So, as many knew was long overdue three weeks into the second half, GM just did what it truly excels in (aside from being bailed out by taxpayers at a massive loss): admit that it had skimped on the quality control and safety check of  another 717,950 cars, all of which were new models […]
  • BitLicense Part 1 - Benjamin Lawsky's Attempt to Single-Handedly Drive the US Economy Back into the Dark Ages
    An Op-Ed piece penned by Veritaseum Chief Contracts Officer, Matt Bogosian This past weekend (despite American Airlines' best efforts), Reggie and I made it to the Second Annual North American Bitcoin Conference in Chicago. While there were some very creative (and very ambitious) ideas on how to try to realize the disruptive Bitcoin protocol, one of the […]

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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