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  • Obama Care Upheld at SCOTUS, Trade Treason Now Law, Lost Lerner Emails Destroyed-WNW 196
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (6.26.15)  The huge concocted lie that is Obama Care was upheld by the Supreme Court.  The majority opinion simply reworded the law because it did not want to stop subsidies to more than 8 million people.  They are involving themselves in policy instead of interpreting the law.  Now, there is talk […]Related Posts:WNW 180-Net […]
  • We Don’t Know How Bad Secret Obama Trade Deal Really Is-Ellen Brown
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Attorney and public banking expert Ellen Brown says the recent Obama trade deal is bad news.  Brown contends, “We don’t even know how bad it is.  All we know we got out of WikiLeaks.  It’s all secret.  They are negotiating what would be called a treaty which should require a two-thirds […]Related Posts:Big Banks Will Take Dep […]
  • Federal Reserve System a Run Away Machine-G. Edward Griffin
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Edward Griffin, author of “The Creature from Jekyll Island,” says the global monetary system is out of control. Griffin contends, “There is nothing that can be done about it. This thing is a runaway machine.  I would feel much better if these political figures would say hey, this […]Related Posts:Next […]
  • CA Drought Worst Ever, Greek Debt Crisis Latest, Fed Cannot Raise Rates, Secret Trade Deal Advances-WNW 195
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (6.19.15  A picture is worth a thousand words, and here is a picture of an unfolding calamity in California.  Check out the latest drought map of the state.  Almost 100% of the state is in severe drought conditions.  Many parts of the West are also experiencing drought, but California is ground-zero.  […]Related Posts:WNW 182 […]
  • Next Financial Calamity Unavoidable-John Embry
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  John Embry, Senior Investment Strategist at Sprott Asset Management, says there is no doubt another financial calamity is coming.  In fact, Embry says, “It’s unavoidable.  It’s inevitable is the word I would use.  There is no getting out of it.  If you thought 2008 was bad, and I thought it was […]Related Posts:Gold and Silv […]
  • Cashless Society Needed for Negative Rates-Gordon Long
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Macroeconomist Gordon Long says elite bankers want and need negative interest rates.  How do they get them?  Long says, “We need a cashless society in order to get negative interest rates.  We have had negative real interest rates for some time.  That’s the whole premise of paying down […]Related Posts […]
  • WNW 194-Secret Trade Deals, Not Serious About Stopping ISIS, Obama Care and Economy in Trouble
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (6.12.15)  The Republicans are pushing trade agreements, but they are secret.  Congressman Paul Ryan says “We the People” do not get to know the secret details until Congress votes them through.  On the trade packages in Asia and Europe, Ryan said, “It’s declassified and made public once it’s agreed to.”  Is […]Related Posts […]
  • The Collapse Is Now-Gregory Mannarino
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial analyst Gregory Mannarino says time is short for the next financial calamity.  Mannarino contends, “Not only are things are getting close, but we are here now.  This is it. . . . The collapse is now.  Look at what is going on. . . .Despite actions by world central banks, […]Related Posts:Fed will be Forced to Punish […]
  • Wave Coming Too Large to Duck Under-Warren Pollock
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com    (Early Sunday Release) Financial and geopolitical analyst Warren Pollock warns, “When I go swimming in the ocean, sometimes I have to duck under a wave.  This wave may be too large to duck under, and I think that is what these large events are.  I think we are seeing large events, […]Related Posts:Damage Control Going to W […]
  • WNW 193-Greek Debt Crisis Conclusion, Economic Propaganda, Iraq Finger Pointing
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (6.5.15) The Greek debt crisis looks like it will be coming to an end.  I don’t know if it is this month, but it is definitely this year.  Everybody is worried about a Greece default, but a default has really already happened.  If you have to loan a country money to pay its […]Related Posts:CA Drought Worst Ever, Greek Debt Cr […]
  • No. 731: Second Revision to First-Quarter 2015 GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Underlying Economic Reality Is Weak Enough to Pull the Heavily-Gimmicked, Headline GDP into Contraction • Adjusted for Inflation, First-Quarter GDP Fell by 0.17% (-0.17%); The Broader GNP Measure Fell by 0.98% (-0.98%) • Before Inflation Adjustment, First-Quarter GDP Fell by 0.23% (-0.23%); The Broader GNP Measure Fell by 1.06% […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Thursday, July 02, 2015 Construction Spending Employment/Unemployment May-2015 June-2015 07/01/2015 […]
  • No. 730: May Durable Goods Orders, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Year-to-Year Decline in New Orders Signals Recession • Second-Quarter Durable Goods on Track for Annual Contraction, Before and after Inflation and/or Commercial-Aircraft Orders • New- and Existing-Home Sales Gained in May 2015, But with no Substantive Shift in Activity versus Low-Level Stagnation […]
  • No. 729: May CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Consumer Liquidity, FOMC, GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Further Frustrating Fed Hopes of Raising Rates, U.S. Economy Should Weaken Ahead • "New" Recession Remains in Play • Four Months of Flat-to-Down Real Earnings Headed for a Second-Quarter Contraction • May Retail Sales Gain of 1.21% Was 0.76% After Inflation; Sales Headed for Quarterly Gain; Annual Growth Signaled Reces […]
  • No. 728: May Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • Greater-Than-Expected Decline in May Housing Starts, but the Highly-Unstable Series Continued Its Smoothed Pattern of Low-Level Stagnation • Surge in May Building Permits Was Due Entirely to Distortions from Annualized Multiple-Unit Data in the Northeast […]
  • No. 727: May Industrial Production and the Produce Price Index (PPI)
    (SGS Subscription required) • It Still Looks a Lot Like a "New" Recession • Production Contracted in First-Quarter 2015; Second-Quarter Production Contraction Now Is a Virtual Certainty • Longest String of No Monthly Growth, and Worst Annual and Quarterly Production Activity Since the Economic Collapse • May PPI Surge of 0.55% Reflected Some Catch- […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:    The next regular Commentary, scheduled for Thursday, July 2nd, will cover June employment and unemployment and May construction spending.  Due to holiday disruptions of data releases, the June estimate of the ShadowStats Ongoing M3 Measure will be published with the July 7th Commentary.  Separately, a Public Commentary on employment a […]
  • No. 726: May Nominal Retail Sales, Mid-Year Review of Current Circumstances
    (SGS Subscription required) • Broad Outlook Unchanged: Continuing Economic Downturn, Massive U.S. Dollar Problems and Inflation Issues Ahead • Is Fed in Control of Monetary Policy? Fed Looks to Raise Rates, Irrespective of the Economy • Trade Deals Usually Reduce U.S. Economic and Employment Activity, More than 5-Million U.S. Jobs Lost So Far • Strong Nomina […]
  • No. 725: May Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Have the Fed and Uncle Sam Lost Control of the Economic and Monetary Situation? • Labor Data Were Skewed Heavily by Seasonal-Adjustment Distortions • Jobs Gains Were Bloated, Headline Unemployment Reporting Simply Was Meaningless • May 2015 Unemployment: 5.5% (U.3), 10.8% (U.6), 23.1% (ShadowStats) • Money-Supply M3 Annual Growt […]
  • No. 724: April Trade Deficit and Benchmark Revision, Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Benchmark Trade Revisions Were Relatively Small; Aggregate Nominal Deficit Deepened by 0.7% (-0.7%) in 2014 • Trade Revisions Put the Lie to GDP-Seasonality Issues • April Real Deficit Effectively Was Unchanged versus First-Quarter • Despite Jump in April Construction Spending, Inflation-Adjusted Series Continued Broad Pattern o […]

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  • Church Shooter More than an Enigma
    Dylann Roof, we are told, lived at home, had no friends, no online life other than a 5 minutes old Facebook page, no school history past the ninth grade and one of the worst haircuts in history, straight out of a Robin Hood movie. The initial media details on his life don’t make any sense, […]
  • Saakashvili and the Chechens in Ukraine: I’ve Seen the Future, It Is Murder
    Jeffrey Silverman, Georgian Bureau Chief for US Military Intelligence Journal Veterans Today, recently gave a guest lecture to a group of investigative journalism students at a private university in Tbilisi. Its initial focus was on how the US is broken and has overextended itself. Silverman maintained that US policymakers are trying to distract the populati […]
  • US To Begin Invasion of Syria
    Unbeknownst to the general public, their elected politicians do not create the policy that binds their national destiny domestically or within the arena of geopolitics. Instead, corporate-financier funded think tanks do – teams of unelected policymakers which transcend elections, and which produce papers that then become the foundation of legislation rubber […]
  • Bahrain and its Uncertain Future
    Recently Bahrainis filled streets across the country to protest the sentencing of the Al-Vafak opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman. It’s reported that civil unrest broke out in some neighboring countries. It should be noted that since the events of the Arab Spring, all across the region and in Bahrain in particular, Shia parties have started […]
  • Latvia – Another Proxy War Coming?
    Latvia has confirmed more than 120 armored units, including tanks, to have been delivered by the US. There are currently more than 150 American troops there. Apart from the US troops and soldiers aiming to Latvia, we also have to deal with the same colleagues of Adolf Hitler as in Ukraine, which is firmly evidenced […]
  • Sanctions and the Birth of the New Russia
    I want to share my impressions from a recent visit to St. Petersburg where I was invited to speak on a panel titled “Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste.” The title is another version of the old Chinese proverb, “A crisis also presents new opportunities.” This is what is emerging today in the […]
  • What Should Russia do to Escape Kiev Faster?
    Much has been written about Russia, its alleged annexation of Crimea and its alleged provocation of the ongoing separatist struggles in Eastern Ukraine. All those column inches form part of the longstanding demonisation of Russia which has led to economic and diplomatic sanctions being applied and is close to achieving its ultimate goal: persuading Russians […]
  • Middle East: Conceptual Dead-end of the US Strategy
    In recent decades, the US Middle East policy, according to Henry Kissinger, has been based on three pillars: ensuring the security of Israel as a major ally of Washington in the Middle East, preventing the emergence in the Middle East geopolitical space of a strong and independent regional power, including one that could be a […]
  • The Western Coup in Ukraine May Self Destruct Yet
    The American-EU disaster brought upon poor Ukraine as a pseudo attack on Russia is not working out as planned. And neither did the Minsk agreement, which has been turned into an instrument of torture for the endlessly suffering Donbass people. The West fiddles as Donbass burns, as does Syria, under the grotesque American justification of […]
  • Saudi Arabia’s War on Yemen Comes Home
    When Saudi Arabia launched its war against Yemen in March 2015, it presumed that a short, quick, and clean air war would be enough to degrade the alliance of Houthi forces and those loyal to former President Saleh, thereby giving the Saudi-backed government of former President Hadi the necessary space to regain control of the […]
  • America - Then & Now
    Presented with no comment... "Different?"   Tyranny Bonus Cartoon   h/t @Shaughn_A […]
  • Jim Grant Explains "Our" 3 Biggest Financial Mistakes
    Submitted by Michael Ide via Valuewalk.com, Speaking at Russell Napier’s Library of Mistakes in Edinburgh earlier this month, Jim Grant of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer asked what financial mistakes we’re making today that future generations will regard as the most ridiculous. If you’re familiar with Grant’s writing the short answer won’t surprise you... “I […]
  • Greek Parliament Votes On Referendum - Live Feed
    The Greek parliament is in session on Saturday evening as lawmakers debate the country's EMU fate and vote on the referendum called by PM Alexis Tsipras just after midnight this morning.  TSIPRAS SAYS REFERENDUM WILL BE MOMENT OF TRUTH FOR CREDITORS TSIPRAS: GREEK PROPOSAL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEAL STILL ON TABLE TSIPRAS SAYS REFERENDUM NOT MEANT AS RUPTURE […]
  • EU Officials Unleash The Fearmongery: "The Crisis Has Commenced"
    Presented with little comment aside to ask if someone is off-script? *NOONAN: THE CRISIS HAS COMMENCED *SCHAEUBLE SAYS `HELLISH DIFFICULT TASK' ON GREECE *NOONAN: I HAVE SYMPATHY FOR THE GREEK PEOPLE "Financial arrangement with Greece, without immediate prospects of a follow-up arrangement, will require measures by the Greek authorities, with the t […]
  • Caught On Tape: Confederate Flag "Taken Down" From South Carolina Capitol
    The Confederate Flag flying over South Carolina's Capitol building has been removed (temporarily)... not by congressional decree, but by the hands of spider-man-like Bree Newsome who scaled the 30-foot flagpole. However, shortly after her arrest by State Capitol police, the flag was raised again...   [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gr-mt1P94cQ] […]
  • Why Banks Rob Depositors: "Because That's Where the Money Is"
    Submitted by David Smith via MoneyMetals.com, One of America's most notorious bank robbers, Willie Sutton (1901-80), is said to have remarked that he robbed banks "because that's where the money is." In a strange twist, the banks themselves are now beginning literally to rob their own customers. The theft occurs via the innovative practic […]
  • Moody's, Fitch Fret Over Billions In Student Loan ABS As Defaults Loom
    Back in April we asked if the student loan bubble was about to witness its 2007 moment.  The reference, of course, was to a wave of MBS downgrades in July of 2007 which sent a series of tremors through global financial markets and triggered an asset backed commercial paper crisis in Canada which, although no one knew it at the time, presaged the crisis that […]
  • Does 1987 Have Any Lessons For Today?
    Submitted by Christian Gustafson via Deflationland blog, I think it does.  Well, I think, you know what I think, the usual speculative nightmarish scenarios, the usual apocalyptic distractions on the internet.  But this one is novel, because it's based on an analysis of the 1987 (the year, not an S&P 500 level) crash.  Well, what happened in 1987? W […]
  • EU FinMins Admit Real Concern, Will Do 'Whatever It Takes' To Avoid Market Unease
    It is clear from the EU Finance Ministers' template-like comments to the press what the real worry is in Europe (and the world). It's not The Greeks (Schaeuble: "No other decision was possible, no problem with Greek referendum... need to see what happens next"), it's something else: *SCHAEUBLE SAYS DOING EVERYTHING POSSIBLE TO AVERT […]
  • Greek IMF Default May Trigger €131 Billion Payment On EFSF Lonas
    Back on May 11, we took a close look at what a Greek default to the IMF would mean in terms of the country’s obligations to its other creditors. At the time, it appeared as though Greece was set to default on a €750 million payment to the Fund, so naturally, we were curious to know what the ramifications of a default might be. A day later, we discovered that […]

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