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BREAKING Video: Obama Reveals That He Will Force ‘Slavery Reparations’

VIA| Fox Business News host Charles Payne during Thursday’s episode of Making Money reveals that Obama is ready to push and force “Slavery reparations.’ “The news is a glimpse of much bigger news that is going to come from the White House, next year, I’m leaning towards,” Payne said, after talking about news in Chicago. “I think that there’s going to be an official apology from the White House to slavery in ...

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Illegal immigrants: Now doing the jobs that Americans can’t get

The standard liberal argument for allowing illegals to remain in the U.S. is that they do the work that Americans wont.  However, in a look at the latest jobs report that came out on Friday, the sad reality that many conservatives feared has now taken place.  Most jobs in the 'New Economy' aren't going to American citizens, but instead to foreign workers.  And by a margin of over 3 to 1. It began with corpo ...

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EU Commission calls out 11 countries to pass bail-in legislation or face the court of justice

Following the agreed upon resolution signed by all member states of the G20 to ensure that they pass legislation to prepare for the use of depositor funds during the next banking and financial crisis, the European Commission on June 3 issued a harsh warning to 11 EU countries who have not fulfilled the requirements agreed to back in January.  And according to the EC, if these nations do not pass the necessa ...

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Hundreds Of Economists Agree Marijuana Legalization Could Save Us Taxpayers $13.7 Billion Per Year

VIA| Marijuana prohibition currently costs taxpayers billions of dollars a year to enforce, and it accomplishes little or nothing beneficial in terms of economic benefits. On the contrary, legalizing marijuana would not only save taxpayers billions of dollars a year in unnecessary costs, but it would also jump start the economy to the tune of $100 billion a year or more, say some economists. In an open lett ...

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10 Things That Would Be Different If The Federal Reserve Had Never Been Created

VIA| The vast majority of Americans, including many of those who believe that they are “educated” about the Federal Reserve, do not really understand how the Federal Reserve really makes money for the international banking elite.  Many of those opposed to the Federal Reserve will point to the record $80.9 billion in profits that the Federal Reserve made last year as evidence that they are robbing the Americ ...

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While the East have the BRICS, the U.S. now has its own coalition known as the BLICS

The emerging market and developing nations that came out of the first decade of the 21st century were appropriately coined as the BRICS.  BRICS is short for Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, and represent a coalition of economies that have sought to divest themselves from Western hegemony and dollar dependence. But as these and other nations began moving away from the dollar and dollar depende ...

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Greece inches closer to joining BRICS coalition

With both sides still at an impasse, and a billion euro payment to the IMF coming up early in June, rumblings about Greece joining in with the BRICS coalition are starting to heat up, and with it is the fear that Spain, Italy, and even Portugal may choose to default on their own debt obligations to start anew outside the European Union (EU). According to the Greek publication, Enikos, Greece is preparing an ...

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ALERT: Obama Admin Preparing To Seize 401K Pensions

VIA| Experts say that a Supreme Court ruling last week has set the stage for Obama’s federal government to start seizing 401K pensions from hardworking Americans. Noted economist Martin Armstrong has warned that the outcome of the Tibble v. Edison, which found that it is up to employers to protect their workers’ 401(k) plans from mutual funds that don’t perform well, could open the door for the feds to seiz ...

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Revisions to Q1 GDP show U.S. in negative growth as number falls to -.7%

When the initial GDP growth numbers came out at the end of April, the U.S. had achieved a barely positive result of just .2% for the first quarter of 2015.  But on May 29, the final revisions were announced and the market's worst nightmare unfolded as revised GDP for Q1 was actually negative, and fell to -.7%. Two consecutive quarters of negative growth are the determining factor for a recession, and with c ...

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Bloomberg confirms Jim Sinclair’s $50000 gold prediction if China backs currency with metals

A few years ago, the well respected precious metal analyst Jim Sinclair issued a prediction that the price of gold could be valued as high as $50,000 per ounce should the markets be let loose and free to find true price discovery.  On May 27, that prediction was suddenly confirmed by Bloomberg who determined that if China were to back their currency with gold, the price would need to be valued 50 times high ...

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New Supreme Court ruling on pensions could pave way for government to take them over

In a new and what appeared on the surface to be a fairly innocuous Supreme Court ruling last week, the high court determined that employers do have the right and responsibility for ensuring company based 401K plans are managed well, do not have inordinate fees, and perform profitably.  However, within this decision regarding Tibble v. Edison International, the Court also added a bombshell that could lead to ...

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TEXAS TAKES A MAJOR STEP TOWARD SECESSION

VIA| Today the Texas Senate passed the TNM-backed HB 483, the Texas Bullion Depository, and will be forwarding it to the Governor’s office for his signature. The bill provides the legal framework to establish and administer an official state depository for precious metals. But it does much more than that. It sets up a mechanism so that Texas gold can be brought home. The bill, originally filed in the 83rd L ...

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