Zero Hedge | Half a year after central bankers around the globe rejoiced that the Trump victory may finally spur the long-delayed period of global reflation, that hope is now dead and buried.
Daily Mail | President Donald Trump has said he will pursue legislation that would bar immigrants from being eligible for welfare for at least five years.
Zero Hedge | Central bank independence will be (and should be) the next casualty of the current political turmoil.
The Daily Sheeple | In this video, Joe Joseph takes a look back what things cost compared to what they cost today, the quality of life, and what it means to be a child of the 1980s.
Mike Shedlock | When it comes to anti-war pieces and matters of the US government overstepping its bounds in matters of privacy and security, The Intercept is usually spot on.
RT | Up to three-quarters of refugees in Germany will still be unemployed in five years’ time, according to the country’s commissioner for refugee integration Aydan Ozoguz.
Zero Hedge | George Soros is once again rattling his op-ed sabre, proclaiming the ignorance of British ‘brexit’ voters is about to get its come-uppance…
SHTFplan.com | It’s always funny to debate socialists on the merits of their ideology.
Michael Snyder | Do you have an emergency fund? If you even have one penny in emergency savings, you are already ahead of about one-fourth of the country.
Moneyish | 5 facts that prove Americans are terrible at managing money.
Daily Caller | Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain in 2012 turned over nearly $9 million in unspent funds.
Michael Snyder | The quote in the headline comes from Ron Paul, and it should be the goal of every conservative lawmaker in the entire country.
CNBC | U.S. stocks traded higher on Monday as technology stocks tried to recover from a wobbly performance last week.
Michael Snyder | Margaret Thatcher once said that the big problem with socialist governments is that “they always run out of other people’s money”.
Michael Krieger | Google’s employees can’t find affordable housing in Silicon Valley, so the company is investing in modular homes that’ll serve as short-term housing for them.
Zero Hedge | The expectation they are doing the right thing lies heavy upon them.
Michael Snyder | If something happens seven times in a row, do you think that there is a pretty good chance that it will happen the eighth time too?
Mac Slavo | With the shooting and now gun control dominating American news, few noticed that the protestors who are being oppressed by an intrusive and socialist government set fire to the Supreme Court building in Venezuela.
Axios | The dominant platforms are so big that they’re undermining competition.
Breitbart | The Swedish Public Employment Service projects that by 2018, eight out of 10 new jobs will be taken by foreigners – despite unemployment being set to increase from 50 to 60 per cent amongst migrants.
Zero Hedge | Unfortunately, in the Obama administration the lines between victim and perpetrator were often blurred to be point of being interchangeable.
Zero Hedge | Citi effectively blamed the central banks for the cryptocoin phenomenon.
Daily Caller | Former President Bill Clinton sent out a fundraising email Tuesday morning saying that he would personally match any donation made to the Clinton Foundation, up to $100,000.
Michael Snyder | Not even during the worst parts of the last recession did things ever get this bad for the U.S. retail industry.
Zero Hedge | The administration has laid out part one of its plans for reforming the system in a detailed report released by the Treasury Department late Monday.
Breitbart | Even at Bogotá airport in Colombia, the closest major capital city to Venezuela, a look of curiosity comes over the faces of staff when you tell them you are heading to Caracas.
Michael Snyder | Did you know that the sixth largest bank in Spain failed in spectacular fashion just a few days ago?
Zero Hedge | “The last such notable episode was in 2000, at the Tech Bubble peak.”
Fox News | President Trump lauded the opening of the nation’s first new coal mine in recent memory.
Michael Snyder | If Jim Rogers is right, the worst stock market crash that any of us has ever seen is right around the corner.
Zero Hedge | Over 30,000 contracts suddenly flushed ahead of Comey…
CNBC | President Donald Trump has lurched from self-created crisis to crisis.
Michael Snyder | Have you ever wondered why stocks just seem to keep going up no matter what happens?
Zero Hedge | 13 Alabama counties experienced some ‘shocking’ results, or maybe not depending on your natural level of cycism.
Michael Snyder | The middle class in America has been shrinking for decades, and our leaders seem powerless to do anything about it.
Ron Paul | This budget is the latest indication that President Trump is embracing the neocon foreign policy.
American Mirror | He won’t tell you, but socialist Bernie Sanders loves reeeeeeally capitalism.
Michael Snyder | If honest numbers were being used, the unemployment rate is currently 22 percent.
CNBC | Companies added 253,000 new jobs in May, well above expectations of 185,000 and April’s 174,000.
CNS News | That means Planned Parenthood performed 4,349 more abortions in its latest year reported.
Zero Hedge | Hedge funds are jumping back into gold.
Louder With Crowder | You may have a few questions about the wage gap. Like “Why won’t feminists shut up about it?”
The Daily Reckoning | Calling China a bubble does not do justice to the situation.
CNS News | Real federal taxes per capita have more than doubled since John F. Kennedy served as president — and argued for lower taxes.
Zero Hedge | A recession looms as the artificial crutches propping up risk assets are pulled out.
Michael Snyder | How can a company that is going to generate $2,000,000,000 in negative free cash flow in 2017 be worth 70 billion dollars?
Westmonster | Brussels eyeing bumper UK handout.
Zero Hedge | “We think that there is too much risk in this market at the moment, we think it’s crazy.”
Michael Snyder | If everything is going to be “just fine”, why are so many big names in the financial community warning about an imminent meltdown?
Wall Street Journal | Consumers’ improving fortunes reflect falling unemployment and continued, if lackluster, economic growth.