Michael Snyder | Why are so many men in their prime working years unemployed?
Reuters | World stocks hit their highest in more than a year and the dollar fell sharply against the yen on Wednesday.
Zero Hedge | The revulsion to banking and the fractional reserve model has finally reached the country that according to many created modern banking as we know it: Switzerland.
Michael Snyder | Do you remember the subprime mortgage meltdown from the last financial crisis?
The Last Refuge | That term, “electronic soup cards“, is simply brilliant. It is powerfully brilliant because it is entirely correct.
AFP | “At some point the rates are going to have to change.”
Mac Slavo | Watch Donald Trump’s Labor Day message to Americans.
Michael Snyder | Why does it seem like almost everything is made in China these days?
Zero Hedge | Just maybe, Yellen (and Goldman) may have it in for Hillary.
Mac Slavo | Many companies that may have thought they were sitting on a gold mine turn out to be sitting on nothing more than a pile of sand.
London Independent | President makes comments as he welcomes Theresa May to her first major international summit.
Daily Mail | Why the political elite’s refusal to admit the misery it’s causing means there’s far worse to come.
Daily Caller | Newly released emails show that a Clinton Foundation adviser asked one of Hillary Clinton’s top State Department aides to provide “‘air’ support” for a Clinton Foundation donor.
Mac Slavo | Every share in gold is supposed to represent a certain amount of physical gold in storage, and be available on demand.
Michael Krieger | Obama needs to ensure he gets well compensated after leaving office for a job well done protecting, defending and further enriching the global oligarch class.
Zero Hedge | Deutsche Bank was unable to satisfy a gold delivery request when asked to do so by a client of Germany’s Xetra-Gold service.
Michael Snyder | Things have not been this bad for the Canadian economy since the last global recession.
Reuters | SWIFT, the global financial messaging system, on Tuesday disclosed new hacking attacks on its member banks.
Washington Times | The IRS has discovered more than 1 million Americans whose Social Security numbers were stolen by illegal immigrants.
Zero Hedge | Finland is about to launch an experiment.
Daily Mail | Tech giant threatens to cut jobs in EU after Brussels orders it to pay back £11BILLION in tax over ‘illegal’ sweetheart deal with Irish government.
Zero Hedge | It is no secret that one of the most admirable qualities of the German public – in addition to its striking propensity for thrift in the aftermath of Weimar – is its stoic patience and pragmatism when dealing with adversity.
Breitbart | In a previously little-noticed video from February at the Clinton Global Initiative, former President Bill Clinton suggested that the U.S. use Syrian refugees to rebuild Detroit.
Truth Revolt | As if he had nothing to do with the failing program.
RT | According to CNBC quoting a major lender, banks are “preparing for an economic nuclear winter situation.”
Mac Slavo | There are few people as knowledgeable about global commodities markets, fundamentals, cycles and the effects of investor sentiment on price movements as Jim Gowans.
Economic Collapse | If you really wanted to live like a millionaire, you could start doing it right now.
Information Liberation | Hillary Clinton gave a medal and a “large cash award” to a far-right Chinese nationalist so he could blow up a Christmas tree in our nation’s capital.
Zero Hedge | “I’ve never seen anything like this before.”
Zero Hedge | Is the Hillary Victory Fund using state democratic committees to launder donations from wealthy individuals to the Democratic National Committee? Evidence gathered by Bloomberg would certainly seem to suggest so.
Reuters | Global shares slipped to a two-week low and the dollar edged down on Friday.
Mac Slavo | There’s a lot of chatter everywhere regarding some type of market crash or major event occurring next month.
Louder With Crowder | Leftists insist there could be more assistance available for poverty-stricken families.
Washington Free Beacon | Policies like Obamacare, tax code reduce Americans’ incentive to work.
American Mirror | Bill Clinton attempted to defend his foundation today, but may have admitted what everyone already assumed.
The Daily Sheeple | Last month the city of Seattle hired a group of economists to determine what effect their minimum wage hike has had on workers.
Zero Hedge | Gold continues to be pummeled…
American Mirror | James Carville thinks the eternity of some Americans is at stake because they wonder whether foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation may have been made to buy influence.
Zero Hedge | Foreign demand for US government bonds has not only tumbled, but there has been aggressive selling.
Mac Slavo | $32 million down, and … Next thing you know, the meeting was allowed. Wonder what he asked for?
Michael Snyder | Nearly two million people lived there, and it had the highest per capita income in the United States.
Charles Hugh-Smith | Any society that tolerates this systemic exploitation and corruption as “business as usual” is not just sick–it’s hopeless.
Zero Hedge | There’s something rotten in Denmark’s neighbor.
Zero Hedge | For the first time since the end of the Cold War, the German government plans to tell citizens to stockpile food and water in case of an attack or catastrophe.
Zero Hedge | One has to look no further than the last “great recession” to get a glimpse of just how well the typical “hedged” portfolios fared during the last “Black Swan” event.
Zero Hedge | Protest against the agency’s failure to punish executives at the bank.
CNS News | “Donald Trump doesn’t need a tax cut. I don’t need a tax cut,” Democrat Hillary Clinton told a campaign gathering in Cleveland, Ohio on Wednesday.
Reuters | World stocks rose and the dollar sank to a seven-week low on Thursday.
Michael Snyder | One day in the not too distant future, a major emergency will strike this nation, and that will set off a round of hoarding unlike anything we have ever seen before.
Charles Hugh-Smith | The vulnerability of global food production to extremes of weather is a profound reality that few grasp.