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Zero Hedge | “If we had 5% unemployment, do you think we’d have these gatherings?”

Global News | The government of Canada sold off nearly half its gold reserves in recent weeks, continuing a pattern of moving away from the precious metal as a government asset.

Zero Hedge | The World enters a bear market… at a crucial level…

Michael Snyder | As Japan falls, that will be a signal that financial Armageddon is now upon us.

Michael Krieger | She stands with Wall Street and always has.

Louder With Crowder | Because if they keep you dependent on the government, you’ll have to vote for them over and over again.

London Guardian | Montana officials wrestle to explain why the state has the highest rate of suicide in the US at nearly twice the national average – and it’s rising.

Mac Slavo | Trying to simply hold onto the standard that you’ve got has become a new normal for financial challenges.

Market Watch | Europe’s bank index has posted its longest weekly string of losses since 2008.

Business Insider | The price of oil might never again rise past $100 a barrel.

Mac Slavo | Back in the 1970’s as recession gripped the world for a decade, stocks stagnated and commodities crashed, investor Jim Rogers made a fortune. His understanding of markets, capital flows and timing is legendary.

Michael Snyder | Do you remember how much stocks went down when the first dot-com bubble burst? 

CNN | Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, combined to earn more than $153 million in paid speeches from 2001 until Hillary Clinton launched her presidential campaign last spring, a CNN analysis shows.

Zero Hedge | So how does one explain the snap higher in January wages?

Zero Hedge | While being merely wrong is excusable, being a “legendary” hypocrite is not.

Zero Hedge | More planes are coming…

Economic Collapse | As bad as the month of January was for the global economy, the truth is that the rest of 2016 promises to be much worse.

Michael Krieger | The following article from the New York Times is shameful in many ways…

Charles Hugh Smith | Centralized power bag of tricks.

Daily Caller | Moderator Anderson Cooper asked, “Was that a mistake? Was that a bad error in judgment?”

Mac Slavo | If you’ve ever wanted to live in a world where bankers hold all the power, not just over money but over people too, then you have a lot to look forward to.

Zero Hedge | With the market now predicting virtually zero rate rate hikes for the rest of 2016…

Zero Hedge | Well, don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Paul Craig Roberts | Michael Hudson is the best economist in the world.

Washington Examiner | The national debt hit $19 trillion for the first time ever on Friday, and came in at $19.012 trillion.

Zero Hedge | Bring On the Cashless Future.

Business Insider | The oil market has been on a tear for the past week.

Zero Hedge | Russia’s Central Bank by now should be all-out selling rubles for gold, and building Russia’s gold reserves.

Zero Hedge | This industry of education is going backwards, and will one day burst – will that happen soon?

London Guardian | Two things are clear: radical new ways of getting rich have been invented, and things have probably never been this unequal since before the second world war.

Mac Slavo | Skyrocketing costs and shrinking opportunity are meeting head on with full on economic disaster.

FT | A possible $4bn emergency loan package.

Daily Caller | “My siblings and I had the privilege of expecting we would attend private colleges.”

Lew Rockwell Blog | The Federal Reserve Board meets today to decide their next brilliant move to save the US economy.

CNS News | The debt of the federal government increased by $8,314,529,850,339.07 in President Barack Obama’s first seven years in office.

Market Watch | Soros is a man intimately familiar with currency crises.

Brandon Smith | What is collapse? How do we define it?

Michael Krieger | It appears the music may have finally stopped for one of the world’s largest luxury real estate bubbles: London.

Business Insider | French taxi unions are staging a nationwide protest against Uber and the French government in Paris, according to local media and posts on social media.

Michael Snyder | The economic damage done by winter storm Jonas looks like it is going to be much higher than many had originally anticipated.

Business Insider | After a rally Friday, oil is tanking again Monday morning.

New American | The super-secret corporation’s control over the country’s supply of currency will continue without oversight.

USA Today | Dimon paid $1.5 million salary, then over $25 million in bonuses and grants.

USA Today | “It’s just like a ghost town again,” bar owner says.

RT | From an opening of 15,989.45, the Dow never went higher.

Prison Planet.com | “They rig the stock markets, the interest rates, everything!”

djournal.com | Wal-Mart closings a shock to many, but predicted by experts.

Reuters | “We’re seeing the final capitulation.”

Prison Planet.com | Economic crisis deepens across the globe.

Prison Planet.com | Governments always looks to war to hide economic woes.

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