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  • Economy in Severe Trouble-John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s Economist John Williams says forget all the happy talk about the improving economy.  Williams says “The economy is in severe trouble.”  Williams goes on to say, “When you see a contraction as we had in the first quarter, given all the upside biases that the government puts into the series, you […]Related Posts:U.S. Economy-Pl […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.29.14
    Greg Hunter’s It’s official–Russia invades Ukraine.  Now you know why I have led every Wrap-Up with Ukraine.   I have been predicting wider war in Ukraine, and now we have one.  The President said in a press conference that there is not going to be a military response to this escalation, but my sources say […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up […]
  • Federal Reserve-A Stunning Failure-James Corbett
    By Greg Hunter’s Journalist James Corbett thinks much of the world’s problems can be traced back to the Federal Reserve, and he recently produced a free online documentary to back up his charge. Corbett says, “The central banking issue and who controls the money supply is really at the root of so many of the […]Related Posts:Fed Insolvent, Do […]
  • I Fear a Crash-Axel Merk
    Greg Hunter’s  Money manager Axel Merk is worried about financial risk and that it is being downplayed.  Merk says, “I am very concerned.  I am spooked about the equity markets.  The folks that buy stocks buy them because they have to keep up with the markets.  The folks that buy gold buy it because […]Related Posts:Brace for Volatility-Look […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.22.14
    By Greg Hunter’s This may sound strange to you, but the top story is still the Ukraine crisis because it is far from over.  In my view, the West is still inching towards war with Russia.  The building of a new natural gas pipeline through Bulgaria has been stopped for the second time this […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.15.14Weekly New […]
  • Another 2008 Around the Corner-Bix Weir
    By Greg Hunter’s Financial writer and analyst Bix Weir says what is going on in Ferguson, Missouri, is more than just a police action gone deadly.  Weir says, “There is definitely discontent out there.  The press covers so many things up, and the government gives us so many lies on statistics, such as unemployment, […]Related Posts:Russian Do […]
  • Economic Mayhem Coming for U S-Craig Hemke
    By Greg Hunter’s Financial expert Craig Hemke is founder of the popular website  Hemke says, “We are all preparing for the end of the Keynesian experiment.  We are all in the same boat.  The Keynesian experiment means this idea that government can simply print money and go into greater and greater debt.  Increase […]Relate […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.15.14
    By Greg Hunter’s We start, once again, with the crisis in Ukraine.  Russia sent a humanitarian convoy to the pro-Russian separatist.  It was stalled well short of the border for a while and it looks like it will cross at some point.  The Ukraine government said it would stop the convoy that is aimed […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.29.1 […]
  • Financial Cold War Accelerates Dollar Demise-Peter Schiff
    By Greg Hunter’s  Money manager Peter Schiff hasn’t changed his investment strategy one bit, even though the world seems to be falling apart.  Schiff explains, “I am already prepared, and what I am trying to prepare my clients for is for the day when the dollar is no longer the reserve currency. . . […]Related Posts:Yellen Heading Fed very Bu […]
  • Threat of Nuclear War Back-Paul Craig Roberts
    By Greg Hunter’s  (Early Sunday Release) Former Assistant Treasury Secretary Dr. Paul Craig Roberts is worried about nuclear war with China and Russia.  Dr. Roberts warns, “It’s clear Russia doesn’t want war.  China doesn’t want war, but because of the recklessness of the Bush and Obama regimes, both China and Russia have been upgrading […]Re […]
  • Massive Global Earthquakes & A Truly Terrifying Event
    As the world continues to move into uncharted territory, today a 40-year market veteran sent King World News a tremendous piece which covers massive global earthquakes and also discusses a truly terrifying event. He also covers key developments across the globe. Below is what Robert Fitzwilson, founder of The Portola Group, had to say in this exclusive piece […]
  • Here Is The Corrupt & Dangerous Endgame All Investors Face
    With the mainstream media outlets all discussing many global stock markets trading at or near all-time highs, today Michael Pento warned King World News about the corrupt and dangerous endgame all investors now face. Pento also discussed the immediate dangers which investors are facing. […]
  • Stockman - Unprecedented Global Financial Wipeout Is Coming
    Today David Stockman warned King World News that investors need to brace themselves for an unprecedented and historic global financial wipeout. KWN takes Stockman’s warnings very seriously because he is the man former President Reagan called on in 1981, during that crisis, to become Director of the Office of Management and Budget and help save the United Sta […]
  • $280 Trillion Debt, $1.5 Quadrillion Derivs. & A Gold Squeeze
    Today a 42-year market veteran spoke with King World News about the staggering $280 trillion of world debt, $1.5 quadrillion of derivatives, and a coming short squeeze in gold that will be one for the history books. Below is what Egon von Greyerz, who is the founder of Matterhorn Asset Management out of Switzerland, had to say in this fascinating interview. […]
  • This Unprecedented Monetary Experiment Will End Very Badly
    Today King World News is featuring a piece by a man whose recently released masterpiece has been praised around the world, and also recognized as some of the most unique work in the gold market. Below is the latest exclusive KWN piece by Ronald-Peter Stoferle of Incrementum AG out of Liechtenstein. […]
  • No. 653: First Revision to Second-Quarter 2014 GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Economic Bluff and Bluster versus Reality, Politics and Elections • Minimal Upside Revision to Second-Quarter GDP Left Gimmicked Growth Even More Heavily Overstated • Underlying Reality Remains a Severely Impaired Consumer and Economy • Monthly Economic Series to Turn Increasingly Negative […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Thursday, September 04, 2014 Construction Spending Trade Balance July-2014 July-2014 09/02/2014 […]
  • Commentaries News
    The Next Regular Commentary: is scheduled for Thursday, September 4th, covering the July trade deficit and construction spending, with a subsequent Commentary on September 5th, covering August employment and unemployment.  For detail on pending economic releases, see the schedule. (LAST UPDATED August 28th) […]
  • No. 652: July 2014 Durable Goods Orders, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • 22.6% Gain in July Durable Goods Orders Was Just 0.8%, Net of an Irregular 318.0% Surge in Commercial-Aircraft Orders • Booked Years in Advance, Commercial-Aircraft Orders Have Negligible Impact on Near-Term Economic Activity • July Existing-Home Sales in Ninth Month of Annual Decline • July New-Home Sales Held in Pattern of Sta […]
  • No. 651: July 2014 CPI, Housing Starts, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Monetary Base
    (SGS Subscription required) • Real Retail Sales Contracted for Second Month, Signaled Deepening Recession • Real Earnings and Retail Sales Both Fell Below Second-Quarter Levels • July Annual Inflation: 2.0% (CPI-U), 1.9%% (CPI-W), 9.7% (ShadowStats) • Monetary Base Explodes to Record High • Quality of Housing-Starts Reporting Sinks to New Low […]
  • No. 650: July 2014 Industrial Production, Producer Price Index (PPI)
    (SGS Subscription required) • Production Report Showed Somewhat Weaker Second-Quarter Activity Amidst Unusual Revision Patterns • Construction Inflation Surged in the July […]
  • No. 649: July 2014 Retail Sales, Consumer Liquidity
    (SGS Subscription required) • Headline July Retail Sales Were Boosted to “Unchanged,” Thanks to Downside Prior-Period Revisions • Net of Inflation, Real July Sales Likely Fell for Second Month • Real July Sales Were Below Second-Quarter Average • Consumer Liquidity Remains Structurally Impaired […]
  • No. 648: June 2014 Trade Balance, Monetary Conditions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Despite Narrowing in June Trade Deficit GDP Growth Remains Subject to Trade-Related Downside Revision • Monetary Base at All-Time High • Pace of Fed Monetization at 91% Year-to-Date 2014 • July M3 Annual Growth at Five-Year High of 4.7% […]
  • No. 647: July Employment and Unemployment, June Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Minimally Weaker-Than-Consensus Labor Numbers— Unremarkable Except for the Regular, Horrendous Reporting Quality • July Unemployment: 6.2% (U.3), 12.2% (U.6), 23.2% (ShadowStats) • Real Construction Spending—Stagnation with a Recent Downside Bias • Economy Remains in Serious Trouble […]
  • No. 646: Second-Quarter 2014 GDP, GDP Benchmark Revisions, Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • Second-Quarter GDP Surge Not Credible, Significant Downside Revisions Remain in Offing • Actual Economic Activity Remains in Serious Trouble • Historical GDP Revised Lower Where Better Data Were Available and Revised Higher Where Better Numbers Were Not […]



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  • VA official: Training guide likened employees, not vets, to Oscar the Grouch
    A Philadelphia Inquirer story had the local VA Regional Office scrambling to cover their tracks when the paper reported that pictures of Oscar the Grouch in its internal training guide WERE NOT meant to depict veterans.
  • What are we missing here?
    The U.S. is is a whirlpool in the middle of global chaos while the President plays golf kind of akin to Nero fiddling while Rome burned. He claims our country was in much scarier times during the Cold War, but back then we had real leadership in Eisenhower, Kennedy, and in other turbulent times under Reagan.
  • Zionist Bloodbath and Irrationality
    “Lies are much more plausible, more appealing to reason, than reality, since the liar has the great advantage of knowing beforehand what the audience wishes or expects to hear”
  • Time for the UN to go?
    - The civilised powers, including Israel, Russia, the UK and the US, should withdraw from the UN en masse.
  • NEO – Fighting Back Against Western Sanctions
    - "Ulson Gunnar takes us into the labyrinth of the sanctions wars cranked up by the West against those countries who will not accept defacto colonialism."
  • Law, Criminality, and Assaults on Indigenous Peoples
    by Anthony Hall   From South Africa to Gaza to British Columbia and Alberta: Crime Wave Directed at the Elimination of Indigenous people   Many aspects of the world we are inheriting from our ancestors and are passing along to posterity go back to the trajectory of colonial history initiated in 1492 with Christopher Columbus’s […]
  • VT Nuclear Education: Early Reactors
    This article outlines how early nuclear reactors long bypassed by larger and yet lesser technologies offer hope for the future.
  • VT Nuclear Education: Tactical Nuclear Warfare
    Declassified 1970 report on Tactical Nuclear Warfare based on the tenets of the "Kissinger Doctrine."
  • More veterans come forward, harassed over service animals
    After a Local 10 investigation first uncovered allegations of disservice at the Miami Veterans Hospital, more veterans have come forward with complaints.
  • Avnery – The War for Nothing
    - The Zionists' usual PR defense tactic of "one dead Jew is a larger crime than 1000 Palestinians" did not get swallowed like in the past.
  • NATO’s Options in Ukraine
    After provoking what is increasingly a devastating and expanding conflict in Ukraine, NATO appears to be out of options as its proxy regime loses its grip on both its military campaign against its own population in eastern Ukraine, as well as political control in the capital of Kiev itself. However, despite the turn of events, […]
  • Ukraine: International Brigades Being Reborn
    In 1936, all around the world, Communists aligned with the Soviet Union were building “People’s Fronts Against Fascism.” Communists were joining together with social-democrats, artists, intellectuals, and other forces to defend democracy from fascism. Communists were key in constructing mass left-wing political movements that changed history. In France, the […]
  • Australia’s Confusion in the Modern Regional Game
    Australia is rarely mentioned in the European political science journals. It’s an exotic prosperous country, a paradise for tourists, located just on the opposite side of the globe – that’s what an average European recalls of this continent-state, and all this is generally true. But recently Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott have provided us with a […]
  • NSA: There’s a Spy in my Soup!
    Okay, we now know that our phone calls are being monitored. Snowden has made it clear that none of our electronically conveyed communications are secure from NSA snooping. But to find that they are now listening to our potato chips? As revealed recently in an article in MIT News,  technology has been developed which would […]
  • The “Persecution” of Mikheil Saakashvili – Well, They Should Know!
    Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili has responded to renewed claims of “political persecution” in Georgia by calling the Swedish and Lithuanian Foreign Ministers members of Saakashvili’s club. Previously he and his government have accused Saakashvili’s foreign lobbyists of being naïve and misguided rather than partisan for the sake of it, so this re […]
  • On South Korean Justice Again
    This is not the first time we have touched upon the high-profile trials on the pro-North Korean conspiracy in South Korea involving members of the leftwing United Progressive Party, headed by MP Lee Seok-ki. One would have thought that this case had come to an end, however, the decision by Seoul’s Supreme Court where an […]
  • Syria: Destruction of Chemical Weapons and Western Response
    The last stage of the destruction of chemical weapons brought from Syria has somehow ended, simply and very casually. And how many lances were broken, how many tirades, threats and warnings were made at that time officially to Damascus. This issue was personally discussed by American President Barack Obama with his Western colleagues. But the […]
  • “Cracked,” the Demise of the “Iron Dome”
    The Iron Dome missile defense system has failed. No Hamas rockets are being intercepted, Iron Dome launchers are empty. The Israeli National News reported today that at least 40 rockets left Gaza today. After 46 days of bombing hospitals, schools and civilian neighborhoods, the total failure of the IAF bombing campaign is now clear. What […]
  • The US Foreign Policy: An Unbridled pursuit of Global Hegemony
    One of the most conspicuous facts of the twenty-first century is complete failure of the globe’s “sole” super power in achieving any of its major foreign policy objectives. Perhaps, one of the major reasons for this failure is the US’ strategy of solely relying on its military power. However, the fact that the increased militarization […]
  • Washington’s Top Ten Favorite Terrorists
    While the US government still claims it is fighting a “War on Terror”, it is often forgotten that the US government has a friendly relationship with many terrorist groups around the world. This relationship is not merely historical, but current. The US government often supports terrorists who are fighting against governments which oppose Wall Street […]
  • Libya destruction result of Obama policy
    An American political commentator believes that the “regime change policy” of US President Barack Obama in 2011 resulted in the destruction of Libya.
  • Islamabad police teargas protesters
    Anti-government protesters have clashed with police forces in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, hours after the army called for a peaceful resolution to the political conflict in the country.
  • ‘UK should stop allying with Riyadh’
    The so-called war on terror is nearly 13 years old, but which rational human being will be cheering its success? We’ve had crackdowns on civil liberties across the world, tabloid-fanned generalizations about Muslims and, of course, military interventions whose consequences have ranged from the disastrous to the catastrophic. […]
  • Still, no jobs for 9.7 million Americans
    As we take a three day weekend to celebrate those who labor, let us take a moment to remember the families who won’t be planning picnics or a last trip to the beach.  Despite some positive economic indicators, 9.7 million Americans are still out of work, almost a third for more than six months.  More than seven million more have taken part-time work at poor […]
  • Bahrainis demand regime downfall
    Bahraini protesters have taken to the streets to demand the overthrow of the ruling Al Khalifa regime. […]
  • Iran hails Iraq resistance against ISIL
    Iran has congratulated the Iraqi nation, government, senior clerics and security forces on recapturing the northern Iraqi town of Amerli after two months of siege by ISIL terrorists.
  • ‘UK should stop allying with Riyadh’
    The so-called war on terror is nearly 13 years old, but which rational human being will be cheering its success? We’ve had crackdowns on civil liberties across the world, tabloid-fanned generalizations about Muslims and, of course, military interventions whose consequences have ranged from the disastrous to the catastrophic. […]
  • Terrorists release 5 Lebanese forces
    The al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front terrorist group has released five Lebanese security forces captured a few weeks ago near the Syrian border. […]
  • Iran ranks 17th in medical science
    The Islamic Republic of Iran has ranked 17th in terms of science productions in medicine in the world, according to the latest statistics released by several international scientific centers.  […]
  • UN concerned over Lesotho military coup
    The United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed deep concern over the military coup in the South African nation of Lesotho, calling on all parties to resolve their differences peacefully. […]
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  • Double Whammy China PMI Misses Spark Sell-Side Demands For More Stimulus
    A record-breaking surge in monthly credit creation and a trillion Yuan of QE-lite was enough to provide a glimmer of hope into the tumbling Chinese economy for one or maybe two months but with the real estate market continuing to free-fall, it should be no surprise that China's PMIs finally catch down to the erstwhile reality simmering under the surface […]
  • Does France Need A 21st Century Revolution?
    Submitted by Saxobank's Steen Jakobsen via, French President François Hollande unveiled his new government under Prime Minister Manuel Valls on August 26, and there have been a few changes. While most senior ministers have retained their positions, economic minister Arnaud Montebourg was replaced by Emmanuel Macron, a former investment […]
  • Middle-East 'Frenemies'
    The enemy of your enemy is your... frenemy; and so it is across the Middle East as the WSJ notes the spread of The Islamic State has united many parties once at odds with each other to become 'strange bedfellows'.   Strange BedfellowsParties that display friction or outright aggression toward one another are finding themselves aligned in a desire t […]
  • Libya May Be Focus Of Major Rift Between US And Regional Allies
    Submitted by Defense & Foreign Affairs via, It had become clear by late August 2014 that Libya could no longer be seen as a unified state; at best it was in two parts, even with the communal leaderships of both sides professing a desire to resume national unity. By late August 2014, the country had two parliaments: one elected by the Libyan […]
  • The Fall Is Golden For Bullion Bulls
    September is the hottest month of the year for gold prices, rising on average 3% over the past 20 years. As the yellow metal tests hovers off 2-month-lows, Bloomberg notes that "Indian jewelers and dealers will be stocking up in the coming weeks," ahead of the festival period, which runs from late August to October (andis followed by the wedding se […]
  • Inflation
    Submitted by Adam Taggart via Peak Prosperity, For close to 300 years, inflation in the US remained very subdued. Small spurts occurred around major wars (Revolutionary, Civil, WW1, etc), but after each, inflation quickly trended back down to its long-term baseline. If you lived during this stretch of time, your money had roughly the same purchasing power yo […]
  • The Intersection Of Church And State - In One Chart And 44 Bubbles
    Curious what the political positions are of the various, and all too numerous some would say, religions and churches in America? This new graph, courtesy of Tobin Grant, maps the ideologies of 44 different religious groups using data comes from Pew’s Religious Landscape survey. This survey included 32,000 respondents. It asked very specific questions on reli […]
  • These Clowns Are Dragging Us Into War
    From  Raúl Ilargi Meijer of The Automatic Earth Jack Delano Workman at Chicago & North Western repair shops, Chicago, IL Dec 1942 These Clowns Are Dragging Us Into War In 8 weeks, on October 26, there are – supposed to be – parliamentary elections in Ukraine. What’s that going to look like? Who’s going to vote? In the presidential elections a few months […]
  • "Happy" Labor Day
    As the weekend's celebration of 'labor' in America continues, the following cartoon seemed to sum it all up perfectly... Source: Cagle   And, as we discussed here, some 'labor' is not as exuberant as others...   FACT: There is a record divergence between the exuberant 'rich' and crushed 'middle class' […]

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