Washington’s Blog | You Won’t BELIEVE Why Police Harass So Many African-Americans In Ferguson.
Chris Carrington | Soros has taken out a $2.2 bn bet that the S&P will fall.
Zero Hedge | Eric Holder has had a busy week.
CNS News | 109,631,000 Americans lived in households that received benefits.
Washington’s Blog | Former Mafia Boss Who Did a Lot of Business with Wall Street: Buy Physical Gold and Silver, Because Wall Street Steals Your Money.
Washington’s Blog | The Causes of the 2008 Crisis Have Never Been Addressed.
Michael Snyder | The 30 statistics that you are about to read prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the middle class in America is being systematically destroyed.
Zero Hedge | Literally.
Deal Book | Bitcoin’s price has been known to surge, but lately it has been in a bit of a slump.
Washington’s Blog | “War Necessarily Inflicts Severe Economic Harm Even On the Victor”.
Michael Krieger | Some serious criminality at play.
Washington’s Blog | Bad Economic Policy Is Partly to Blame for Ferguson.
Martin Armstrong | No matter what – these schemes will fail with time.
Zero Hedge | Ferguson has been home to dramatic economic changes in recent years.
Business Insider | Bitcoin prices have declined $100 in the past week, about 17%, to $488.
Martin Armstrong | The Sovereign Debt Crisis is moving at full speed worldwide.
Mac Slavo | Ahead of the collapse of 2008 well known investment manager Bill Fleckenstein warned that real estate and stocks were headed for a crash.
Coin Desk | The price of bitcoin declined to its lowest level since May yesterday.
Daily Caller | State governments always seem to find creative ways to tax Americans.
Business Insider | Soros might be souring in his view view on the market outlook for US stocks.
Truth Revolt | Uber has faced bans from cities and municipalities throughout Europe and the United States.
Martin Armstrong | Right on cue for big-bang.
Brave the World | When we say Bitcoin, we mean the idea: the birth of cryptocurrency.
Michael Snyder | Did you know that a major event just happened in the financial markets that we have not seen since the financial crisis of 2008?
Michael Krieger | Politicians aside, I think that the vast majority of people pushing for a higher minimum wage are well intentioned.
Zero Hedge | It is no secret that the crack al-Qaeda “spin-off” ISIS is well-versed in the ways of the modern world.
Prison Planet.com | The age of the machines is on the horizon.
Mac Slavo | Buyers of precious metals may be wondering what they should or should not report to the Internal Revenue Service.
Cleveland.com | While 8.7 million jobs have been regained since the 2008 recession, they are paying much less.
Gallup | Northern America, former Soviet Union lead in Payroll to Population.
Paul Craig Roberts | Any worker whose job does not require daily face-to-face interaction is now in jeopardy of being replaced.
Michael Krieger | Fixed Income Global Structured Covered Obligation. Say that three times fast.
ITAR-TASS | European Central Bank president Mario Draghi says further breakdown of relations with Russia “would weaken growth in the second half of the year”.
London Telegraph | Security experts have uncovered evidence of two huge cyber attacks targeting crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin, warning that the digital money is “ripe for exploitation”.
Truth Revolt | Minnesota cafe protests wage hike.
Peak Prosperity | Details the Fed’s near-magical ability to create money out of thin air (literally!).
Bloomberg | Income inequality has company — make that companies.
Paul Joseph Watson | Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar & Turkey all back terror group.
Martin Armstrong | Italy has entered that phase of zero-point growth.
Zero Hedge | Despite President Obama’s dictating that Russia is increasingly “isolated,” it appears they have found a whole new set of friends to play with in the global trade sandpit.
Zero Hedge | “We are taking a greater chance of having another crash at a time when the world is less capable of bearing the cost.”
Business Insider | Russia just announced a ban on food imports from the U.S., the European Union, Canada, Australia, and Norway.
Michael Krieger | Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal published an article highlighting the surge in what it calls “ultralong” bonds, defined as having a maturity of more than 30 years.
The Economic Times | commodities guru Jim Rogers shares his view on global and Indian markets in view of the ongoing geopolitical tensions.
Coindesk | The Chancellor announced a new initiative that will explore the potential role of cryptocurrencies in Britain’s economy
Washington’s Blog | Leads to Boom/Bust Cycles and Discourages Trade, Investment and Hiring.
Martin Armstrong | The rise in the Cycle of War that seems to be exploding absolutely everywhere.
CNS News | The federal government paid $2,007,358,200,000 in benefits and entitlements in fiscal year 2013 from government programs.
Prison Planet.com | The open borders offer many potential crises for the government to exploit.
Michael Krieger | The Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has been long viewed as one of the most corrupt of American institutions – and that’s saying a lot.