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Jobless claims jump to highest rate in two years, bringing new questions on recession

Contrary to the 'head on the sand' rhetoric that is coming from the Fed and mainstream business news regarding jobs, employment, and how the economy is really doing, the bottom line numbers have already signaled recession in the manufacturing side of the economy, and all that remains is for the service sector to hop on board.  But as the central bank Chair earlier this week pointed towards uncertainty in th ...

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Nick Cannon DESTROYS Everything We’re Being Told About The Election

VIA/Nick Cannon, the celebrity known best for his roles in television comedy shows, has released a deeply profound video about this year’s election cycle. In the video embedded below, Cannon performs a spoken word rap poem outside of a polling station, where he rejects every major candidate and the electoral process as a whole. The poem is titled “Too Broke To Vote” and discusses how voting for any of the m ...

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Long-standing U.S. ally Israel moves into China’s camp for free trade agreements

As the U.S. spins draconian trade agreements into Orwellian 'free trade' rhetoric, China continues to attract countries from around the world who are no longer enamored by dollar hegemony, and secret deals such as the TPP and TTIP.  And now joining in this conversion from West to East is long-standing U.S. ally Israel, who is finding the political winds of Middle Eastern foreign policy directed squarely aga ...

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Ratings agency downgrades Chicago as years of bad fiscal policies with pensions comes home to roost

One of the biggest problems with the majority of politicians coming from the lawyer class is that they have little idea about fiscal responsibility and economics, or any understanding of the consequences that come from promising the world to voters in order to get re-elected.  In fact, Washington is not only known for trying to buy votes from constituents with ever increasing benefit programs, but they are ...

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Q1 GDP estimates throw Yellen’s plan for future rate hikes in the crapper

On March 29, Fed Chairman Janet Yellen spoke at the Economic Club of New York to give a little more insight to the central bank's future plans for monetary policy.  And in what was a mish-mash of contradictory points provided by the Fed Chair, where in one instance she praised the economy as being good while shortly after called for caution due to uncertainty in that same economy, it appears that data annou ...

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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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America’s economic decline: 23% of all 23-54 year old workers unemployed

Imagine a family farm, which is run by two older patriarchs and the families of their offspring.  Now picture that the total amount of potential workers living on that farm is 6 out of a total of 10 people living there, with two being the elder parents, four being their two children and their wives, and the other four being grandchildren too young to account for much in labor. Now imagine that one of the fo ...

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ISIS Has This CHILLING MESSAGE for Israel..

VIA/The jihadists hordes of ISIS have their hungry eyes fixed on Israel, even if they’re currently busy in Syria and Iraq. ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi last week denounced the “Islamic coalition” fighting against his group as not truly being Islamic because, unlike ISIS, it had failed to take aim at Israel. “If the Islamic coalition against ISIS were truly Islamic, it would declare that it was cutting t ...

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Did the world declare war on the dollar at the G20 summit?

On March 24, economist Jim Rickards published an interesting analysis of something that may have taken place last month at the G20 Summit in Shanghai, China.  According to evidence that Rickards and others pieced together, a secret conclave occurred between members tied to the IMF's SDR basket of currencies, and appears to have ordered a hit on the dollar to devalue it at a time when the global economy is f ...

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Scientists Discover How to Upload Knowledge to Your Brain

In the 1999 hit science-fiction film The Matrix, the hero, Neo, needs to learn martial arts in order to defeat the machines that control humanity. Having no knowledge of any fighting skill, he is amazed when he discovers that ju-jitsu, karate, kickboxing, and so on can be downloaded to his brain via a computer program. VIA/Now, in a scientific breakthrough, researchers at HRL Laboratories have claimed that ...

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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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ISIS terrorists planned to unleash a nuclear holocaust in Brussels… hundreds of nuclear facilities in USA now vulnerable thanks to total lack of border security

(NaturalNews) We've just learned from the Daily Mail that the ISIS terrorist bombers in Brussels planned to attack a nuclear power plant. The terrorists had been staking out the home of the nuke plant director, whom they planned to kidnap to gain access to the power plant. "The Brussels terrorists were preparing an attack on a nuclear power plant and had recorded 12 hours of reconnaissance footage," reports ...

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