Archive for September, 2011

DHS Drill Includes “Temporary Morgue”

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Greg Otto, Sept 29, 2011 WASHINGTON – Hurricane Zoe, a Category 2 storm, damaged a large number of District homes, caused major roads to flood and left more than 87,000 D.C. residents without power. That fabricated scenario was the setting for a full-scale exercise performed by D.C.’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency... »

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Don’t Worry, The Federal Reserve Just Wants To Be Your “Online Friend”

Thursday, September 29th, 2011 According to CNBC, the Federal Reserve “is planning on monitoring what you say about it on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook”. Apparently we are not supposed to be alarmed though, because as the CNBC headline states, the Federal Reserve just “wants to be your Facebook friend”. In fact, the CNBC article... »

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Go West, Young Man (To North Dakota)

Thursday, September 29th, 2011 Are you unemployed and out of options? Well, if you live in most areas of the country there is not much hope for you. But there is one state where hiring is really hot right now. If you are desperate for a job, you just might want to check out North Dakota. Way... »

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Does Fast and Furious Put Impeachment on The Table?

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

By Ben Shapiro “The story is one of not covert activity alone,” intoned Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, “but of covert foreign policy …. It is a tale of working outside the system and of utilizing irregular channels and private parties accountable to no one, on matters of national security, while ignoring the Congress... »

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Florida’s Weakest Banks Vanish

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

By Philip van Doorn JUPITER, Fla. (TheStreet) — The pace of Florida bank failures has picked up during the third quarter, as weaker players are shaken out, and eight of the ten largest banks and thrifts in the state were profitable during the second quarter. While several of the large Florida banks have... »

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Debt crunch threatens China and emerging markets

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Europe’s banking woes have begun to set off a funding crunch in the emerging markets of Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe, leaving them nakedly exposed as the rich world slides into a double-dip downturn. By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard 28 Sep 2011 Corporate bond issuance has collapsed by three-quarters over the past three months... »

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Greece and the euro zone’s worst-case scenario

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

A German ‘yes’ vote may still not avert the worst By Steve Goldstein Sept. 28, 2011, WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Germans know a thing or too about kicking, whether it’s the seven times they’ve been to the World Cup soccer finals or the umpteen times they’ve kicked the can down the road on resolving... »

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Now is the time to buy silver despite the crash

Thursday, September 29th, 2011 28 September 2011 If you missed the opportunity to profit from the Silver run last time, be sure not to miss it this time. Here’s why we think, it is right time to buy silver despite the crash the metal prices have registered since the past week. -Silver fundamentals remain positive despite the... »

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The Chinese Mean To Control The Global Gold Market

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

By Robert Lenzner Get ready for the Pan Asian Gold Exchange, scheduled to open in June, 2012 in Kunming City, Yunman Province– the gateway to all of Southeast Asia. This is serious, as the Pan Asian Gold Exchange is a part of China’s five year plan– which means it is part of China’s... »

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State Science: Can It Be Trusted?

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

The Day Science Died by Jeff Berwick and Derek Donohue Last week (in the blog post, Einstein, the Electric Universe and Expatriation) I made mention that after a day of Googling and YouTubing I had come across the concept of the Electric Universe. In that post, I mentioned that I failed Physics in... »

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