Michael Snyder | In America today, more than 60 million people live in multi-generational households.
Politico | Tackling campaign rhetoric from Hillary Clinton as well as Donald Trump, administration officials are traveling the country to tout the deal’s benefits.
Business Insider | Banks across Europe are considering the possibility of physically storing cash in vaults.
Zero Hedge | Earlier today, the German Bundesbank, in its monthly report had some good and some not so good news.
Reuters | The dollar was softer on Monday, pegged back by sluggish U.S. data that tempered expectations of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike this year.
Mac Slavo | As stock markets around the world crashed in early January of this year amid panic selling, investors seeking safety began allocating their portfolios towards precious metals assets.
The Daily Sheeple | Carlo Civelli is one of the most well known venture capitalists in the global resource sector.
Zero Hedge | “Ironically the shock that is needed would require a collapse in risk assets for policymakers to then really panic and attempt dramatic fiscal stimulus. “
American Mirror | Hillary Clinton gave over a million dollars to charitable causes last year — and nearly 96% of it went to a non-profit with her name on the front door.
Politico | The open letter pushes the RNC to shift resources to Senate and House races.
Zero Hedge | The number of countries where the elderly outnumber the young is on the rise…
Zero Hedge | Republicans may not have to worry about “repealing and replacing Obamacare” as it might just work itself out “naturally”.
CNBC | The world’s billionaires are holding more than $1.7 trillion in cash — the highest amount since one firm began recording the measure in 2010.
Truth Revolt | And incurred almost half that number in debt.
Breitbart | The wage drop is a potential p.r. problem for Obama, who has been touting the apparent rise in wages since officials reported that wages grew 2.7 percent during 2015.
Michael Snyder | Are we about to witness one of the largest stock market crashes in U.S. history?
American Mirror | Sanders now has a new, luxurious Lake Champlain beachfront estate to relax at and rest up from his failed bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Zero Hedge | Renewed dollar weakness…
Zero Hedge | The following five minutes of fantasy should blow most people’s minds.
Zero Hedge | The hottest new trend for the .01 percent? Luxury safe rooms, darling.
Charles Hugh-Smith | One investment truism holds that information known to everyone has no value.
RT | A worldwide system failure has been reported by Delta Air Lines. Social media users have posted photos showing long lines of passengers waiting to check-in at airports.
Business Insider | The ability of policymakers to stimulate economic growth is dwindling rapidly, and both central banks and governments around the world are running out of options, according to new research from analysts at Barclays.
Zero Hedge | What would a government-backed digital currency look like?
Zero Hedge | Flanked by sleepy billionaire-for-the-masses Warren Buffett, Hillary Clinton was cheered by a crowd of mooing followers in Omaha as she angrily exclaimed “…we are going to raise taxes on the middle class!”
CNS News | 94,333,000 Americans were not in the labor force in July.
Economic Collapse | Not all jobs are created equal.
Washington Free Beacon | Donald Trump repeated his attack line Wednesday that Hillary Clinton’s “far left” Supreme Court picks would make the United States like socialist Venezuela.
Daily Caller | The company’s finances strictly adhere to “Sharia Finance,” which includes giving “zakat,” a religious tax of which one-eighth of the proceeds is dedicated to funding Islamic jihad.
CNN | Venezuela is running out of money and time.
Information Liberation | During a rally Monday in Omaha, Hillary Clinton said she’s “going to raise taxes on the middle class” — and the entire audience roared with applause.
Michael Snyder | If you were hungry enough, would you kill and eat zoo animals?
Reuters | World stocks fell for a third straight day on Wednesday.
Mac Slavo | I have no doubt that a banking crisis is about to sweep the globe…
Michael Snyder | One thing that you have to appreciate about Donald Trump is that unlike most politicians, he actually says what is on his mind.
Wall Street Journal | Omaha billionaire issues tax-return challenge to GOP nominee.
Michael Snyder | This wasn’t supposed to happen.
Reuters | European shares initially rose but gave up its gains as banks turned broadly negative after Friday’s release of stress tests on 51 European Union lenders.
Mac Slavo | Economic forecaster Harry Dent has been analyzing the economy and trading markets for decades.
Michael Snyder | Most of us have never witnessed an economic “recovery” this bad.
Wall St Journal | Despite longevity, total growth during this economic expansion is lower than for much shorter business cycles.
RT | On Friday, a Dublin court sentenced three senior bankers to up to 3.5 years in prison for conspiring to defraud investors during the 2008 banking crisis.
Bloomberg | The U.S. economy expanded less than forecast in the second quarter.
Mac Slavo | We are headed for disaster, and the only question is how long the economy can dodge a bullet.
Simon Black | Have you lost that loving feeling? If so, the United States federal government might just be able to help.
Michael Snyder | The biggest and most important bank in the biggest and most important country in Europe continues to implode right in front of our eyes.
The Daily Caller | The request to investigate the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation on charges of “public corruption” was made in a July 15 letter by 64 House Republicans.
Mac Slavo | The move follows the opening of the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE), which is the East’s answer to decades of manipulated precious metals prices by a concentration of inside players.
American Mirror | At least 9 primetime speakers at the Democratic National Convention railing against the evils of capitalism and “income inequality” are members of the 1 percent or very close to it.
London Independent | The deal marks the end of the six-month sale process and the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet.