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It’s time for non social justice warrior students to sue professors and universities for breach of contract

Contrary to what liberal educators would want you to believe, higher education is not some form of protected ivory tower in which professors and administrators can use their classrooms for indoctrination or non-curricular activities.  In fact, with many students having to borrow 10's of thousands of dollars each year under the auspices of getting an education towards their desired career choice, any wasted ...

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FDIC closes down first bank of 2017 in the state of New Jersey

On Jan. 13, the FDIC closed down their first bank for 2017 as Harvest Community Bank shuttered its doors.  This institution is the first bank failure for the month of January, and the first New Jersey bank closure since April of 2012. 1/13/2017 *** New Jersey *** Pennsville *** Harvest Community Bank *** $22.3 million dollar estimated FDIC DIF cost. The total DIF for failed banks this week is $22.3 million. ...

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Bitcoin volatility not tied to the crypto-currency itself, but the corruption of the exchanges

Over the past month we have seen the price of Bitcoin in multiple currencies travel as if on a roller coaster... shooting to nearly its record all-time high, then falling just as fast and almost as far as to when the move up started.  And this volatility has been without a doubt due to the actions of Chinese bitcoin investors. However there are questions circulating out there that need to be addressed, incl ...

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Sanctions against Russia have gone on so long that Moscow may never go back to previous trade partners

In the 20th century, and perhaps even after the advent of trade coalitions like the European Union, when international bodies implemented economic sanctions on a country, it was usually a death knell for their economy since anyone who broke the embargo was either investigated, fined, or hit with sanctions themselves. (Go back to France when they did the Oil for Food trade with Saddan Hussein when Iraq was u ...

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France’s leading candidate for President channels inner Trump and calls for repatriation of auto industry

With less than two weeks remaining before Donald Trump pledges the oath of office and takes over the reins for the U.S. government, one thing has become abundantly clear... he intends to lead rather than react as had been the case for the retiring President Barack Obama. And what we mean by leading is that rather than waiting for events to unfold, and react to situations or crises, Trump has already proven ...

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George Soros’s birthplace Hungary cracks down on the billionaire’s globalist NGO’s

While the U.S. intelligence services try to make Russia the scapegoat for the Democrats losing the White House in the last election, the real instigator of attempted voter fraud goes relatively untouched.  Yet in one country, the country of that individual's birth, the government has had enough of George Soros's attempts to inflict his form of fascism on the rest of the world and is instigating a coup of th ...

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$22 trillion not enough for one black professor who believes whites should create IRA accounts to support blacks out of own pocket

Con man, or confidence man... according to the the dictionary "a person who swindles others by means of a confidence game;swindler." On Jan. 8, a black professor from Georgetown University is hoping to cash in on the guilt of white Americans by calling for them to create Individual Reparation Accounts where the money would go directly to black causes, agencies, and infrastructures.  Of course in his attempt ...

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Barack Obama receives the ‘Nobel War Prize’

President Barack Obama will end his eight years in office with two dubious records no other Commander-in-Chief ever achieved.  First, he is the only President to never have a single year of 3% or higher economic growth during his tenure. And the second one will be the antithesis to how he started his eight year run in office when the Nobel committee gave him the Peace Prize. From January 2009 to January 201 ...

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Bitcoin surge from Chinese population leads to further capital controls directed against digital currency

As the Chinese Yuan has experienced intense pressure in recent weeks due to the dollar climbing over 100 on the index, the government has sought to institute stringent capital controls to prevent capital flight by the people wanting to flee out of their currency.  Yet this is exactly what has been happening as multitudes of Chinese have found Bitcoin to be the best and most fluid middleman to move their wea ...

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Obama continues his authoritative agenda by using fake Russian hacking report to take over state electoral processes

If investors wanted to find a stock that is tied to actions of the Executive Branch, all they would need to do is buy into ink manufacturers.  This is because President Barack Obama is going full bore in the final two weeks of his administration to use his 'pen' to sign into law regulations that usurp the legislative process of Congress to enlarge government authority over the states and the people. On Jan. ...

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Global debt jumps by $17 trillion in 2016 to be 325% of annual GDP

Most Americans have heard that the National Debt in the United States is near or at $20 trillion, but very few realize that the debt problems are even worse when you calculate the total amount from all economies.  And with global debt rising by $17 trillion in 2016 from its total of $200 at the end of 2015, this equates to a debt to gdp ratio of 3.25:1. Or in easier terms to understand, 325% of the world's ...

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Congressman Paul submits bill to Audit the Fed, and it appears to have strong support from Trump

While there are many ideals and thoughts on policy that Senator Rand Paul has different from his famous father, the one thing they both have in common is a disdain for the Federal Reserve.  And just as the legislature began a new Congress on Jan. 3, the Senator from Kentucky is once again bringing forth a bill to conduct a long needed audit of the nation's central bank. But as opposed to previous bills subm ...

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