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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.

Zero Hedge | Italian women would “like to have more [children], but the conditions just aren’t good enough,” laments one new mother.

Business Insider | The word “progress” is going to crop up in a lot of headlines about Greece today.

Daily Caller | 29 percent of Americans are overweight and 31 percent are obese.

Zero Hedge | In case you forgot, Greece is on the brink of insolvency.

Michael Snyder | Did you know that 89 percent of all minimum wage workers in the United States are not teens?

Free Thought Project | The Associated Press has reported that over 1,600 IRS employees have willfully committed tax evasion in a 10-year span.

Zero Hedge | Here’s a remarkably concise recap of everything that’s happened in the past three months.

Zero Hedge | The number of Americans not in the labor force rose once again.

Zero Hedge | Many working families depend on government assistance to make ends meet.

Daniel McAdams | Where does “fast track” authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership fit in?

CNS News | American taxpayers will pony up around $3.024 billion this year towards the United Nations’ regular and peacekeeping budgets.

Peter Schiff | Over the past decade or so, “transparency” has become one of the buzzwords that has guided the Federal Reserve’s culture.

Michael Krieger | I’m not one of those people who thinks robots taking over menial labor from human employees is a bad thing.

Mac Slavo | Stock markets continue to reach news highs and mainstream media pundits tow the party line.

UK Daily Mail | Greece has revealed it is to introduce a surcharge for all cashpoint withdrawals.

CNS News | Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday.

Business Insider | The coin will “be valued at 1 gram of gold at the day’s market price.

Michael Krieger | The U.S. justice system is a compete and total joke.

Zero Hedge | It’s not easy being a millionaire in the New Normal.

Jon Rappoport | The big lie.

CNS News | According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 20.7 percent of the nonfarm jobs in the City of Baltimore in March were government jobs

Michael Snyder | Warren Buffett believes “that bonds are very overvalued“.

Zero Hedge | The mainstream is beginning to sound a lot like some fringe blog.

Washington’s Blog | We Can’t Rein In the Banks If We Can’t Pull Our Money Out of Them.

EAG News | Pushes an agenda on students that favors raising the minimum wage.

The Daily Sheeple | In recent years, America’s absurd civil forfeiture laws have been facing heavy criticism from the public.

Thad Beversdorf | What we find is that over the past 6 months we had a tremendous drop in true discretionary consumer spending.

Michael Snyder | If the U.S. economy really is improving, then why are big U.S. retailers permanently shutting down thousands of stores?

Washington Times | The Central Bank of the Russian Federation announced this week on its website that in March, Russia bought approximately 30 tons of gold.

Mac Slavo | Cash is quickly becoming a liability.

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