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Protected class: Judge ok’s dismissal of student loans for lawyers but leaves out rest of the country

One of the biggest reasons why people have such bitter disdain for lawyers as a whole is because over time, that class of elites will end up taking over an entire government.  And besides the natural positions within the Supreme and District Courts that are stocked full with former J.D.'s, the current President and Vice-President are also former lawyers, with a majority of the House and Senate coming from t ...

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Wonder why consumers have no money from lower oil prices? Thank Obamacare!

If you spend any time watching the business channels on cable you find that the litany of analysts they parade across the screen cite the false narrative that consumers (American people) will be the catalyst for economic recovery because they will have more money to spend thanks to lower oil prices that have occurred over the past 18 months.  But despite this fallacy that didn't come to pass, and was valida ...

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GMO food ‘safety’ testing exposed as a corporate-run science fraud

(NaturalNews) Genetically modified (GM) food may be one of the biggest frauds in science and will definitely not feed the world or improve our farming techniques. On average, 80 percent of most American staple foods is genetically modified to some degree. GMOs have long been part of a daily routine for Jonathan R. Latham, plant biologist and co-founder and executive director of the Bioscience Resource Proje ...

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FBI gets aid from Israeli company to hack its Apple iPhone problem

A couple of days ago, the FBI suddenly suspended its lawsuit against Apple where they had wanted to have an iPhone owned by one of the San Bernadino terrorists unlocked to search for further intel.  And over the past 24 hoursn many have speculated as to why this shift took place, and who might be helping the Federal law enforcement agency to crack the security. And on March 23 we now have an answer as it ap ...

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Too big to jail continues for bankers at Goldman Sachs and the Fed

President Obama's legacy will include many stigmas when it comes to finance and economics, but perhaps no more so than his administrations policy of 'too big to jail'.  Coined first by the former Attorney General Eric Holder (who was a Wall Street lawyer and went back to Wall Street at the end of his tenure), this policy has allowed banks to defraud the public for trillions of dollars over the past eight ye ...

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Ted Cruz disproves he’s an outsider by hiring the one who removed Glass-Steagall

There has already been much rumbling over whether Presidential candidate Ted Cruz was a conservative outsider whom the establishment hated, or if he was simply a wolf in sheep's clothing to give Republicans the illusion of choice.  And on March 18, Cruz's facade was completely shattered when he hired the individual behind the removal of Glass-Steagall as his economic adviser. In addition to now bringing for ...

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After losses of over $20 billion, German businesses ready to end EU sanctions against Russia

As we have mentioned many times before, the economic symbiosis between European industry and Russia cannot be downplayed lightly since each earns billions of dollars per year in their transfers of energy and goods.  And going into the third year of U.S. imposed sanctions with Russia over the Kiev coup that Europe has summarily joined in with, the costs are continuing to climb to the point where businesses a ...

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Economist Marc Faber chooses Donald Trump over Hillary whom he believes will destroy the world

While not coming out fully with a solid endorsement, famed economist Marc Faber stated on March 18 that given the choice between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, he would choose The Donald because Trump may potentially hurt the U.S. economy, but Hillary would destroy the entire world. Faber's comments came during and interview Friday on Bloomberg TV, where he gave several accolades for Donald Trump, but no ...

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Some members within Eurozone have had enough with sanctions directed at Russia

Back in December, the European Union (EU) voted to once again follow in lock-step with their U.S. masters by extending sanctions against Russia for another seven months through July of 2016.  But as the global economy continues its perilous decline in nearly every industrial region, some members of the EU appear to have had enough, and are either bypassing sanctions altogether to establish new business deal ...

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The UN Have Unveiled Their Master Plan For The Next 14 years: It’s Terrifying..

VIA/The UN have unveiled their masterplan for the next 14 years – saying that they wish to implement global socialism and corporate fascism as part of their “Agenda 2030” plans. Part of their plans, officially dubbed “Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals,” aims to reduce inequality worldwide by forcing individual governments and citizens alike to share their wealth under the guidance of a one world gover ...

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New documents released show Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission was created to protect criminal banks

What do the Warren Commission, the 9/11 commission, and the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission all have in common?  They were formed by the government to protect the actual criminals involved in these crimes and instead scapegoat others to try to appease the public.  And thanks to new documents released from the commission created following the 2008 Credit Crisis, we see that not only did the Obama adminis ...

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Church tithing? There’s an app for that!

Perhaps the biggest dichotomy in the Christian religion is how the church obsesses more about collecting money for their corporate entities than it does about discipleship and personal relationships with its parishioners.  And most ironic in this is that the very savior whom they claim to follow spoke out against the love of money, and on the topic of money, more than any other subject in the New Testament ...

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