TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com December 13th, 2012 Historically, small businesses have been the primary engine of new job creation in the United States. If the economy was getting healthy, we would expect to see the number of jobs at new businesses rise. Instead, we are witnessing just the opposite. We are told that the economy is supposed... »
Archive for December 13th, 2012
KingWorldNews.com December 13, 2012 On the heels of the FOMC meeting yesterday, today the man who announced QE4 before anyone else caught it, Michael Pento, has written exclusively for King World News to let readers know what the implications of the Fed’s actions going forward will be. Here is Pento’s piece: “As expected, Ben... »
by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 12/13/2012 Remember when Americans used to mock Russia (f/k/a the USSR) for being one big Gulag prison colony? Those were the good days. One thing is sure: they no longer “hate us for our freedom.” On the other hand, if instead of prison, one were to write in “minimum security,... »
Deepcaster GoldSeek.com Thursday, 13 December 2012 “Western central banks conceal their gold loans and swaps because information about them is ‘highly market-sensitive and accountability about them would hinder secret currency market interventions by central banks, according to a confidential report by the International Monetary Fund obtained this week by GATA. … “This is, the... »
Largest Capital In The World Now Entering Gold & Silver Space: The Treasury Is Now Issuing Debt For FREE! If One Has Wealth To Preserve, The Time For Action Is Now!
Investmentwatchblog.com December 13th, 2012 Largest Capital In The World Now Entering Gold & Silver Space! from KWN; Today Rick Rule told King World News that the most massive and most intelligent pools of capital on the planet are now looking to crowd into the gold and silver space. This is huge news for a... »
By Daniel Greenfield FrontPageMag.com December 13, 2012 The gun control debate, like all debates with the left, is reducible to the question of whether we are individuals who make our own decisions or a great squishy social mass that helplessly responds to stimuli. Do people kill with guns or does the availability of guns... »
By Jennifer Stewart AgWeb.com DECEMBER 12, 2012 A return to more normal U.S. corn yields in 2013 could send new-crop prices spiraling downward, but persistent drought in some of the nation’s top corn-producing states could have the opposite effect, says Purdue Extension agricultural economist Chris Hurt. The U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts the midpoint... »
Fed Easing Pushing Investors to Buy Junk Bonds, Stokes Risk of Bond Reckoning, Benefits the Super-Elite At The Expense of The Little Guy, Fuels Fears of US Currency War, Increases Inequality And Fails To Stimulate The Economy.
Investmentwatchblog.com December 13th, 2012 How the Fed Is Pushing Investors to Buy Junk Bonds from CNBC: With no end in sight for the Federal Reserve’s fixation on low interest rates, a likely scramble for yield has intensified worries about dangers ahead for junk-bond investors. The Fed’s announcement on Wednesday that it will tie near-zero... »
Invisible And Trackable Biocompatible Chipless RFID Ink For Placing Mark On People And Animals Developed
Invisible RFID Ink Safe For Cattle And People, Company Says The process developed by Somark involves a geometric array of micro-needles and an ink capsule, which is used to ‘tattoo’ an animal. The ink can be detected from 4 feet away. By K.C. Jones InformationWeek.com January 10, 2007 A startup company developing chipless RFID... »
Beastly Systems For Buying And Selling By Means Of Head And Hand Scanning Being Developed And Field Tested By Average Persons All Over The World
Mobile Device Biometrics: The Eyes Have It Boonsri Dickinson Informationweek.com December 10, 2012 With so much of our banking and interactions taking place on our mobile phones, we still live with a false sense of security because it doesn’t take much for someone to hack our phones. By using more unique identifiers — biometrics... »