Bloomberg | Few institutions have a better track record calling presidential races than the U.S. stock market. At the moment, it’s sending information that counts against Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Michael Krieger | “Chairman cash.” A new meme has just been born.
IBT | Top officials from the investment firm BlackRock hosted Hillary Clinton at campaign fundraisers earlier this year.
Mac Slavo | The only question now is “when” that moment will come.
Information Liberation | Who’d have thought Amy Schumer whining about male privilege wouldn’t sell beer?
CNBC | The stock market’s election year performance between July 31 and Oct. 31 has often accurately predicted the next president.
Zero Hedge | “Skirting if not violating law doesn’t help her INMHO.”
Daily Caller | Hillary Clinton did two huge favors for Morocco during her tenure as secretary of state.
LA Times | For the last three years, retired California National Guard Master Sgt. Bill McLain’s wife, Terese, has repaid a bit of his enlistment bonuses to the Pentagon with a caustic note.
Zero Hedge | It will also create a self-fulfilling prophecy of even higher prices, sending the country’s hyperinflation into overdrive.
Washington Free Beacon | CNN commentator Angela Rye on Wednesday blamed the failure of Republicans to repeal and replace Obamacare for the newly announced double-digit premium increases.
Zero Hedge | The precise financial flows between the Clinton Foundation, Band’s firm Teneo Consulting, and the Clinton family’s private business endeavors.
London Telegraph | Defying the most pessimistic predictions made by the Remain campaign.
Louder With Crowder | Sometimes a thin layer of crust accumulates on the surface of the ocean, mostly made up of fecal matter and trash. It’s where environmentalists come from.
Washington Free Beacon | Dr. Ezekiel Emmanuel, a chief architect of Obamacare, described the recent announcement of rising health care premiums under the Affordable Care Act as “not a big increase.”
Daily Beast | The telecom giant is doing NSA-style work for law enforcement—without a warrant—and earning millions of dollars a year from taxpayers.
Daily Caller | Leaked emails reveal one of Hillary Clinton’s longtime advisers privately acknowledging just how damaging Clinton’s paid speeches to Goldman Sachs could be to her campaign.
Mac Slavo | He won’t go easily. That seems certain enough.
Information Liberation | Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz are doing everything in their power to stop Donald Trump.
Reuters | Media content companies are having an increasingly difficult time as standalone entities.
Wall St Journal | Group linked to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe donated nearly half a million dollars to 2015 state Senate candidate.
Business Insider | Millennials are way too bullish on their financial future.
Newscasters | News broke Thursday of a new Clinton campaign e-mail exposed by WikiLeaks that reinforces the persistent notion that the Clinton Foundation is a pay-for-play scheme.
Truth Revolt | “You pull it off the market, but you don’t go back to using a rotary phone.”
Zero Hedge | “Speaking at the banks… don’t shoot me but if we lose badly maybe she should just return the money.”
London Telegraph | The risk of a US recession next year is rising fast. The Federal Reserve has no margin for error.
Information Liberation | Hillary Clinton told a whopper of a lie during last night’s debate when she claimed 90% of the money donated to the Clinton Foundation is paid out in charity.
Michael Krieger | You gotta hand it to these guys.
Zero Hedge | The increase in the use of virtual money might lead to a decrease in the use of “real” money.
Louder With Crowder | The “gender pay gap.” This has been a big faux-feminist faux issue lately.
Zero Hedge | Once a flagship socialist nation, Venezuela has now devolved into complete chaos as declining oil revenue has resulted in economic ruin, massive inflation, food shortages and spikes in violent crime.
RT | It’s important to stand up against NatWest’s decision to close RT’s UK bank accounts, said British journalist Oliver Tickell.
Ron Paul | During the 2008 economic crisis, Iceland’s government froze offshore accounts held by foreign investors in that country’s currency, the krona.
Truth Revolt | While Donald Trump got a paltry $14,000. BIG difference.
Michael Krieger | With so much mud being slung from all directions in this circus of an election, it’s often hard to separate fact from fiction.
London Independent | ‘Long live freedom of speech!’ broadcaster’s editor-in-chief says.
Daily Caller | The latest batch of emails released by WikiLeaks provides a rare glimpse into Hillary Clinton’s campaign’s handling of foreign donations.
Mac Slavo | Recent price action in precious metals has left many an investor wondering where gold and silver prices will go next.
Bloomberg | A growing number of people in Obamacare are finding out their health insurance plans will disappear from the program next year.
Zero Hedge | It has been nearly four years since one of the most infamous, and still largely unexplained, banker “suicides” took place.
Michael Krieger | Obamacare is now such an obvious failure and disaster, even some of its staunchest Democratic supporters can longer deny reality.
Michael Snyder | With so much stacked against him, can Donald Trump pull off a miracle and actually win this election?
Breitbart | “Years ago it finally dawned on me: I used to say, and still do, the Democrats and liberals will pass any immigration bill as long as it doesn’t work,” Sessions said.
Alt Market | Those people that have any doubts about where the narrative is headed for global economic stability simply have not been paying attention lately.
Daily Caller | A Washington Post reporter gave former White House Senior Counselor John Podesta advance reassurance she was withholding information about his ethically compromising financial links to a Democratic mega-donor.
Mac Slavo | An official wave of “recession” is nigh, and the potential for financial fallout and further hard times is perhaps imminent.
Michael Snyder | If anyone ever asks you how much debt there is in the world, now you will know the answer.
Business Insider | The FTSE 100 — Britain’s benchmark share index — hit the highest level in history on Tuesday, smashing its previous record, set in April 2015.
Zero Hedge | Samsung Electronics announced it is stopping production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, a day after it halted global sales of the star-crossed devices.
Michael Snyder | Did you know that almost 70 percent of the U.S. population is essentially living paycheck to paycheck?