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Do You Think Obama Will Let This Become an Election Issue?

I cannot see president Obama allowing elections to be held if the conditions outlined in the article below are correct. I also have to ask what Congress is doing? Prancing around in a hoodie is not solving America’s financial issues. … Continue reading

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Charts That Prove We’re in a Depression and The Stimulus Hasn’t Worked

Wall Street and mainstream economists are abuzz that we’re seeing a recovery in the US due to the latest jobs data. These folks are not only missing the big picture, but they’re not even reading the fine print (more on … Continue reading

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Athens Protesters – February 22, 2012

This was recorded on February 22, 2012 just before nightfall in Athens. This article from Zerohedge.com may give a better understanding why Greece is on fire: Scandal: Greece To Receive “Negative” Cash From “Second Bailout” As It Funds Insolvent European … Continue reading

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Fannie Mae in Hungary

35 Seconds Of TV Air Time Explaining Why Austria’s AAA Rating Is Doomed While we will get into the nuances of why the Austrian AAA rating is the next to go (just after Hungary is downgraded in a matter of … Continue reading

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Get Ready for the Endgame

Although this is a shameless plug for Zerohedge.com, the information is accurate.

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Warning: Language Suitable for Timothy Geithner in this Video

About a year ago, a rather outspoken Irishman told the world what he thinks about what then seemed like a groundbreaking event (and is now a daily occurrence): the Irish bailout. A year later, the Financial News has caught up with … Continue reading

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A Different Perspective of Europe

Courtesy of ZeroHedge.com: The following images are by Bulgarian modern artist Yanko Tsvetkov Europe according to Greece:  Europe according to Germany: Europe according to Italy:

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The Federal Reserve Prepares To Eavesdrop On Everything Mentioning The Fed

It looks like the Federal Reserve must have its share of social media in order to keep watch over the world.And I thought net neutrality was bad. This has not been a good day for freedom in the Divided States … Continue reading

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