Archive for February 17th, 2011

Day Of Rage: Americans Finally Reacting To Economic Rape?

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Cairo Moves To Madison: Protesters mass in hallways of Wisconsin state Capitol as debt black hole threatens riots Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet.com Thursday, February 17, 2011 Last month we speculated how long it would take for the scenes on the streets of Cairo to be repeated in America. After all, Americans are facing... »

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Epidemic Of TSA Criminality: More Agents Caught Stealing Cash From Luggage, Another Arrested For Assault

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Deviants, dregs of society stealing people’s belongings and feeling them up on behalf of the federal government Steve Watson Prisonplanet.com Feb 17, 2011 Following an admission of guilt in federal court earlier this week from a TSA supervisor, two more TSA agents based at a completely different airport have been arrested for stealing thousands... »

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It’s Official: Iran Says It Will Send 2 Warships Through Suez Canal

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 02/17/2011 After nothing happened last night, following Egypt’s statement that it had not received a request to allow Iranian warships through the canal, PressTV has just announced that an Iran Navy official says the 2 warships are in fact on their way to the Canal and will pass shortly. Per... »

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Surging Gold Demand a “Global Phenomenon” – Chinese Demand For Silver “Voracious”

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 02/17/2011 From GoldCore Surging Gold Demand a “Global Phenomenon” – Chinese Demand for Silver “Voracious” Israeli comments led to dollar weakness and gold, silver and oil rallying yesterday. The Israeli government described the Iranian warships move into the Suez canal as a “provocation” and hinted at a possible response. An... »

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Middle East effect helps push gasoline cost to 28-month high

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

By Sandy Shore, AP USAToday.com Gasoline pump prices reached a 28-month high Wednesday even though oil and gas supplies in the U.S. continue to grow and demand for gas is weak. The national average for regular gasoline rose to $3.133 a gallon. That’s about $1.20 more than the price at the pump two years... »

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Rising global food prices an ‘extreme poverty’ crisis

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

By Josh Brown The Washington Times Skyrocketing global food prices have pulled more than 40 million people into “extreme poverty” and have almost reached the levels of June 2008, when the world was rocked by food riots. “The Bank‘s Food Price Index shows food prices are now 29 percent higher than they were a... »

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Outlook for Food Prices: High

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Corn to Cotton, Farmers Have Bevy of Planting Choices; Stockpiles Remain Thin By Liam Pleven WSJ.com FEBRUARY 17, 2011. The seeds of a sustained increase in food prices are about to be sown in Mississippi, Nebraska and other farm-belt states across the U.S. As American farmers prepare to plant their next crops, they must... »

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PARABOLIC INFLATION AND “DEFICIT HYSTERIA”

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

by John Rubino FinancialSense.com Wed, 16 Feb 2011 One of the disturbing things about trying to understand the US economy is the sense that official statistics don’t match personal experience. They seem to be lying to us, in other words, and more blatantly all the time; hence the popularity of honest analysts like John... »

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Deficit hysteria grips Washington

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Obsolete thinking no longer fits facts By Darrell Delamaide MarketWatch.com Feb. 16, 2011 Deficit hysteria is rising to fever pitch in Washington as the political jockeying over the budget begins in earnest. “Fiscal nightmare,” “buried under a mountain of debt,” “awash in red ink” – these are some of the colorful phrases being bandied... »

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In Bahrain, authorities move against protesters seeking a repeat of Egypt and Tunisia

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

By Janine Zacharia Washington Post Thursday, February 17, 2011 MANAMA, BAHRAIN – In one sense, the anti-government protests here are not new. Shiite Muslims are a majority of Bahrain’s population, and they have rarely been shy about challenging the power and privilege vested in the Sunni minority under the ruling al-Khalifa family. But this... »

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