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Forecast for holiday retail sales down as American’s spending most of their money on rent and Obamacare

We have already seen 3rd quarter retail numbers crash on Wall Street as companies like Macy's, Fossil, and Nordstrom's came in with double digit revenue declines, leading many analysts to forecast a bad holiday retail season leading up to Christmas and the end of the year.  But the reality is that the consumer is spending much less on things like apparel and other discretionary items because they are being ...

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Putin calls out G20 nations for funding ISIS

If there is one thing Russian President Vladimir Putin is a master at is gathering and holding intelligence until it can be used for a strategic purpose.  Many sources believe that Putin holds disastrous intel on what really happened to the Twin Towers on 9/11, and more recently, his information on what really happened to flight MH17 kept the Dutch from crucifying Russia in the aftermath of the tragedy. And ...

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BOMBSHELL: The Rothschild’s Sank The Titanic to Set UP The Federal Reserve

(Business Insider) There’s a conspiracy theory that links the Rothschild’s, the sinking of the Titanic, and the creation of the Federal Reserve. On Friday I stumbled across a tweet sent in reply to a prominent finance parody account on Twitter. It featured the black-and-white image of three men and the Titanic. The text on the photos named Benjamin Guggenheim, Isa Strauss (actual name Isidor Straus), and Da ...

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The one true winner from the horrific Paris attacks may be Marine Le Pen

Over the past two years there has been an under-current of radical leaders and political parties making headway into Europe's political system.  From the Syriza and Golden Dawn parties in Greece, to the election of a radical Marxist to the head of the Labour Party in Britain, the backlash against long-standing politicians who appear little more than bought off sycophants to the ECB are rising in tandem acro ...

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Wall Street in Washington: Government pays out millions in bonuses to those who let veterans die

In the aftermath of the 2008 Credit Crisis, bailed out banks and corporations were allowed to pay out billions in bonuses to the very people who's speculation and fraud led to the bringing of the global financial system to the brink of collapse.  Now seven years later, Washington is following in the same footsteps as Wall Street by giving out $142 million in bonuses to V.A. workers who played a role in the ...

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5 Stories the Media Missed While Obsessing over the Starbucks Red Cup

U.S. Inc. — When billionaire presidential hopeful Donald Trump inexplicably decided this week that boycotting Starbucks over the ‘de-Christmas-ization’ of their ubiquitous red holiday coffee cup was somehow a matter of national importance, the internet exploded — and American mainstream media fanned the flames. People from every conceivable walk of life suddenly found themselves with a reason to rise up aga ...

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Corporate borrowing and stock buybacks reach the point of diminishing returns

Over the past two years, corporations in the U.S. have been manipulating their EPS (Earnings per share) by focusing on the number of share's side of the equation, rather than increasing sales and revenue.  And while the new normal on Wall Street has been to exceed analyst's estimated earnings per share, more often than not they have failed in beating Wall Street's quarterly forecasts for overall earnings. H ...

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The Goldman Sachs–Federal Reserve Conspiracy Theory

Antony Currie suggests that a cabal of ex-Goldman Sachs bankers may be exerting undue influence over the United States’ de facto central bank, the Federal Reserve. Here’s his op-ed at Reuters: The Federal Reserve has just given Goldman Sachs conspiracy kooks a field day. Neel Kashkari, whose claim to fame is running the U.S. bank and autos bailout fund during the financial crisis, will be in charge of the c ...

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After This There Is No Turning Back: Ex Naval Officer Outlines Key Events Up Until 2018

Ex Naval Officer Outlines key events leading up until 2018 including a third world war, China’s failed nuclear attack backfires
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also, the physics of wormholes, ET contacts over the history of Earth, the negative ETs, and more. He recounts how these episodes opened up his receptivity to the visions and visitations—i’m including a visitation by Jesus Christ; and his ongoing “channel” with Pleiadian an ...

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EU unofficially becomes a political union after threatening to cut off funds to Portugal

Earlier this year, the European Union's economic arm fought tooth and nail with Greece over their massive amounts of sovereign debt that hung in the balance between default, and restructure.  In the end, the Troika won out over the Syriza government, and money began to flow back in only after austerity measures were increased against the Greek people. And a little less than six months later, the EU is once ...

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Has GoFundMe and other Crowdfunding sites become the 21st century street corner for begging?

Online funding sites like GoFundMe and Kickstarter have done wonders in the realm of alternative finance where small businesses, esoteric products and services, and even charitable concerns can get public funding since banks no longer provide these services after the Credit Crisis of 2008.  In fact, crowdfunding has helped many people to do wondrous things over the past few years, with one of the most notab ...

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Walmart greeters +378,000, student loan ridden Millennials 0

It's that time of the month again when the Hopey and Changey economic recovery gets to spin the jobs numbers for more political points.  And with today's massive blowout over what most analysts forecast for new jobs created on Nov. 6, the world is right once again, and there is nothing to worry about in the economy. Well, perhaps not so fast. When we take a look at October's job numbers, which came in at a ...

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