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Armstrong Economics | Many in Spain are starting to figure out that the only way to survive is to get your money out of the bank.

Business Insider | Chinese stocks, having closed down more than 5% on Thursday, have seen some wild volatility in early Friday trade.

Martin Armstrong | We are running out of other peoples’ money.

Armstrong Economics | Now you are watching newspaper and TV shows all preparing the public for the coming cashless society.

Zero Hedge | “No Greek payment to IMF would be default to IMF”

Michael Snyder | Have you heard of the saying “sell in May and go away”?

London Telegraph | The world authorities have run out of ammunition as rates remain stuck at zero. They have no margin for error as economy falters.

Zero Hedge | Since the 1960s, Western economies have been afflicted by an acute problem in which they depend more and more on our psychological and emotional engagement.

Michael Snyder | All over the planet, large banks are massively overexposed to derivatives contracts.

Mac Slavo | America is filled with lots of poor people these days, and there’s plenty of money to be made off them.

Washington Times | Civil rights leader’s son seeks ‘poverty czar;’ 2016 hopeful pushes ‘Economic Freedom Zones’.

Zero Hedge | The default countdown is about to go under 10 days and it is becoming increasingly apparent that both Greece and its creditors have had enough.

Zero Hedge | But all they wanted was $15 per hour?

Washington’s Blog | Various agencies are tracking our debit card transactions.

The Anti Media | On Wednesday, the Justice Department announced that 5 major banks will be fined a total of about $5.7 billion.

Zero Hedge | Core US inflation finally spiked the most since 2013.

Martin Armstrong | I live in the Intermountain West. Our local real estate market has been in the toilet for years.

Michael Snyder | Did you know that if you took every single penny away from everyone in the United States that it still would not be enough to pay off the national debt?

Michael Krieger | Here is good news for the plutocrat who wants to try out Manhattan’s ritziest neighborhoods before taking the multimillion-dollar plunge.

CNBC | At a time when 8.5 million Americans still don’t have jobs, some 40 percent have given up even looking.

Bloomberg | A move to a gold standard in China would require an exchange rate of as much as $64,000 an ounce.

Mac Slavo | It’s cops gone wild because the nation has gone wild… the nation can only think of war and slaughter…

Michael Snyder | The Greek government says that a “moment of truth” is coming on June 5th.

Mac Slavo | America’s debt problems aren’t going away.

CNBC | The case of an aspiring Michigan businessman has reignited the debate over limits to the federal government’s ability to seize property.

Financial Times | HSBC has become one of the biggest global banks to say it will begin charging clients on deposits in a basket of European currencies.

CNS News | During the six years that President Obama has held office, the number and cost of regulations has continued to climb.

Daniel McAdams | Today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report takes on the war on cash.

Armstrong Economics | Denmark is not part of the euro.

Mac Slavo | “China… across the board… is preparing for something big in currency markets.”

Prison Planet.com | As the world teeters on insecurity, governments prepare for war — and the first casually of war is the truth.

Armstrong Economics | Europe is moving full speed ahead to eliminate all cash.

Adam Taggart | Behavioral science shows we are our own worst enemies in this story.

Michael Snyder | Did you know that there is more than $28,000 of debt for every man, woman and child on the entire planet?

Charles Hugh Smith | The costs and consequences of Greece exiting the Eurozone may well dwarf the financial losses triggered by Greece’s default.

U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler | They say the American dream is nearly dead because the game is rigged.

Rick Moran | Just because you have health insurance doesn’t mean you can afford medical care, as this Families USA study concluded.

Daily Caller | After publicly humiliating the Internal Revenue Service, a North Carolina man received more than $100,000 from the agency.

Business Insider | Tim Cartledge, one of Barclays’ most prominent foreign currency exchange executives, just resigned, sources tell Business Insider.

Washington’s Blog | “If Another Recession Hits, It Could Be A Truly Titanic Struggle For Policymakers”.

London Guardian | Politicians to vote on proposal to let retailers accept only card or smartphone payments from 2016.

Zero Hedge | You know it’s a bubble when…

Zero Hedge | Last week, a photo of the oddest couple in finance, Peter Schiff and Ben Bernanke together “celebrating the economic recovery”, promptly went viral.

SHTFPlan.com | It can be difficult to understand the repercussions that would follow a collapse of the global economy, stocks and debt markets.

Michael Snyder | Some really weird things are happening in the financial world right now.

Business Insider | HSBC chief economist Stephen King is already thinking about the next recession.

London Telegraph | Prices of fruit and vegetables in the developing world are soaring while junk food costs decrease, leading to concern about the health of hundreds of millions of people.

Daily Sheeple | American’s frequently complain about the amount of income taxes they have to pay every year, and understandably so.

Business Insider | The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is backing away from a potential third Greek bailout package, according to Spanish newspaper El Mundo.

Mac Slavo | The banksters, who nearly tanked the global market in their collective effort to loot the peoples of the world, are operating out of “larger than ever” big banks.

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