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New Scientist | People have talked about robots taking our jobs for ages. Problem is, they already have – we just didn’t notice.

Zero Hedge | It’s important that China keep up the momentum when it comes to besting the US wherever and whenever it can.

Zero Hedge | 1987 Or 2015?

Joshua Krause | As the dollar and the stock market continue their preposterous rise in value, it seems that more and more people (especially Americans) are ditching gold.

Michael Snyder | Are we watching a replay of the last financial crisis?

Mac Slavo | According to the report as many as 33% of American college grads with student loan debt are now in delinquent status on their repayments.

Business Insider | Greece’s bailout talks aren’t going very well.

New American | For decades, conservative Republicans have been accusing their liberal counterparts of trying to cure social ills by “throwing money” at every problem.

Michael Krieger | It seems even Warren’s meager push for reform is simply too much for the thin skinned bailout baby banks to handle.

Mac Slavo | Be prepared for a difficult market, prolonged and distorted by nearly unlimited liquidity, printing and intervention on the part of the Federal Reserve and other central banks.

RT | Steering clear of national jurisdictions.

Zero Hedge | Neither central banks nor government care about “a lot of people.

Mac Slavo | Are there really secret manipulations of the economy going on in the shadows of Wall Street and Washington?

Michael Krieger | You know something’s bad when even Crazy John McCain calls it a “gimmick.”

Charles Hugh Smith | When the phantom wealth evaporates and risk assets go bidless, cash will once again be king, for the simple reason there will be so little of it.

CNS News | “Rock star preaches capitalism—wow. Sometimes I hear myself and I just cannot believe it.”

Business Insider | Should the world go cashless?

Michael Krieger | The latest example comes from Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’s right hand man, who tends to demonstrate an incredible capacity for verbal diarrhea.

Business Insider | Crude oil prices are surging in trading early Thursday.

Mac Slavo | Many experts and analysts believe that western central banks and their colleagues at major financial institutions have been manipulating the price.

Michael Snyder | Since the depths of the last recession, the price of ground beef in the United States has doubled.

Business Insider | It’s not good.

Zero Hedge | Another day, another mega-M&A deal.

Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones talks with trends forecaster Gerald Celente about what you are going to need to survive.

Zero Hedge | Here are the “bad” ones, alongside their estimated probability of occurring.

Business Insider | “The best that can happen is actually muddling through.”

Infowars | Is it decades or a few years away?

Michael Snyder | The move to a cashless society won’t happen overnight.

Paul Joseph Watson | War on cash intensifies.

Reuters | Saudi Arabia said it was pumping around 10 million barrels per day, near a record high.

Business Insider | The Greek government has just over two weeks, until April 8, before it enters a “critical” situation and cash runs dry in Athens.

Martin Armstrong | The Quantity Theory of Money that an increase in supply should result in a decrease in its purchasing power (inflation) is being seriously questioned behind the curtain.

Michael Krieger | The following video clip will make you extremely sick to your stomach.

Zero Hedge | Don’t look now, but Washington just blinked.

Zero Hedge | North Dakota is likely to see a “big surge” in production this June.

Michael Krieger | Considering this is the main geopolitical hotspot on earth right now, many, many questions need to be asked.

Politico | “The normal Clinton response is to cover up, deny, refuse to acknowledge.”

CNBC | Investors and companies should continue eyeing the dollar, despite its most recent slide against major currencies, BlackRock’s Russ Koesterich said Friday.

Business Insider | After his mysterious recent absence, Russian president Vladimir Putin is in Astana, Kazakhstan today for a meeting of the Eurasian Economic Union.

Zero Hedge | Fannie and Freddie may well go broke again.

London Guardian | Analysis of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s most recent tax filing reveals huge investments in the world’s biggest fossil fuel companies.

Zero Hedge | “We’re in the middle of a disastrous market mania”.

Zero Hedge | The Syriza government is now raiding the major state utility firms.

Business Insider | The euro has been on a roller-coaster ride in the past 24 hours.

Yahoo Finance | WTI crude prices are taking another leg down.

Mac Slavo | For the casual observer the underground online marketplace, often referred to as the DarkNet, seems to resemble the lawlessness of the Wild West.

Michael Snyder | If you believe that ignorance is bliss, you might not want to read this article.

Zero Hedge | “Greece will not be blackmailed.”

Brandon Smith | In the previous installments of this series, we discussed the hidden and often unspoken crisis brewing within the employment market, as well as in personal debt.

Michael Krieger | When you have as much money as Conrad Hilton, laws simply do not apply to you.

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