Archive for January 18th, 2011

Obama’s Internet ID = REAL ID

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

The Internet ID: Do we have any say in it? David Gomez TGDaily.com It’s been called the “Trusted Internet ID” scheme by some observers. It won’t matter what we choose to call the government’s proposed Internet licensing system because in the end we probably won’t have a say in it. Earlier in the week... »

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States Warned of $2 Trillion Pensions Shortfall

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

By: Nicole Bullock CNBC.com Tuesday, 18 Jan 2011 US public pensions face a shortfall of $2,500 billion that will force state and local governments to sell assets and make deep cuts to services, according to the former chairman of New Jersey’s pension fund. The severe US economic recession has cast a spotlight on years... »

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The Great Depression II

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

By Kirk W. Kelsen AmericanThinker.com January 18, 2011 One basis for deciding whether we are in a “recession” or a “depression” is distinguishing how recessions become depressions. With the hindsight of history, we already know. Parallels between America’s current economic crisis and the 1930′s Great Depression are instructive. Then, as now, hardship was preceded... »

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Millions faced with famine as drought dims food output

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

By George Omondi BusinessDailyAfrica.com Monday, January 17 2011 The government faces a fresh challenge of reorganising its spending priorities to raise money for feeding up to two million people facing starvation in the ravaging drought, which relief agencies predict could worsen in the coming months. The Cabinet last week sent out a team of... »

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Are We at the Beginning of a Global Food Crisis? World’s Food Chain Maxed Out

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

by Vickie Jimenez SucessSystemsNow.com Monday, January 17th, 2011 The world’s food chain is maxed out. Are we at the beginning of a global food crisis? Global unrest begins with an empty stomach. Families around the world are not able to feed themselves and children are going hungry because the world’s food chain is maxed... »

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Disinformation Fog Intensifies As Economic Turmoil Develops

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

By Giordano Bruno Neithercorp Press 1/18/2011 In the past few years, the concept of economic globalism has revealed itself as quite the Trojan horse; once posing as the next step in the evolution of “free market” capitalism and the savior of third world nations striving for development status, now revealed as a fiscal plague... »

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Most Economists Fall Back Into Neoclassical Stupor … “If They Don’t Know Anything, Then Why Should We Listen To Them?”

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

by George Washington ZeroHedge.com 01/18/2011 When the economic crisis hit in 2008, economists started to admit that neoclassical economics was wrong. Specifically, they started to admit that the assumption that the economy is inherently stable is false, and that their models were faulty and needed to be adjusted. See this, this, this, this, this,... »

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Tossing The Consumer Under The Bus…And Insanely Expecting An Economic Recovery

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

by D. Sherman Okst ZeroHedge.com 01/18/2011 I’ve been pouring through the Fed Reserve’s recent release of circa 2005 FOMC meeting transcripts. The most striking observation that one can make is that the consumer – the very lifeblood that determines whether our economy will live or die – has been discarded. Discarded — as in... »

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Debt Bondage From The Economic Treason of Banks

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Bob Chapman International Forecaster Jan 18, 2011 Between now and the end of the year, most likely in the fall, we’ll see major financial and economic problems in Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Belgium, Spain and Italy. Those events will sorely test Germany, France, Holland and Austria. Over and over we hear announcements from Brazil of... »

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Sudan Next To Succumb To Bernanke’s Inflationary Experiment, As Country Threatens Revolution Over Surging Food Prices

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 01/18/2011 About a month ago, some took offense at our characterization of the Chair-hewlettpackard-man as a “bearded mutant-cum-supreme genocidal overlord” after we predicted to the dot that his monetary policy would eventually lead to a global, well, genocide, presumably first in the developing world. Following riots, self-immolations and outright revolutions... »

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