Sunday, April 10, 2011

Interesting Headlines in the News Apr 10

How the economy may undermine Obama's 2012 reelection hopes
Shutdown 101
The Return of the Sovereign Debt Crisis
Three Important Consequences for the Return of the Carry Trade
Natural Gas Drops; Oil Jumps Above $110
Capitalism at the Farm Stand
The "Crime" of Private Money
Pinched By $4 Gasoline? Blame The Big Banks
What Impact Will the Ivory Coast Unrest Have on Gold Prices
Dickering on Budget Goes Down to the Wire
U.S. Pulled Record Aid Deal as Yemenis Rose Up
Would Ike Have Gone to Libya?
Unreported Soros Event Aims to Remake Entire Global Economy
Protecting America from the Dire Threat
Silver Is Getting Too Popular, Right?
Terror Alert Threats Escalated in Europe
Oil could hit $200-$300 on Saudi unrest-Yamani
Reforming entitlements is key to a strong military
You Thought the Koch Brothers Were Bad?
Energy companies to post fracking chemicals online
Wells Fargo to lay off 85 mortgage jobs in Denver area,
Treasuries Fall, Headed for a Third Weekly Loss,
New US rules to curb precious metals theft on anvil
US Mint to release 2011 Silver 5 Oz Bullion Coins
Euro Sinks on Fears of Bailout
Crude at $175? Oil traders stress test the future
Sean Fieler and Jeffrey Bell: Our unaccountable Fed
Libyan minister to take Turkish peace plan to Gaddafi
Tuning Out the Mainstream News
Ron Paul: Gold, Commodity Prices "Big Event"
U.S. General: Ground Troops to Invade Libya
Governments continued to enhance pensions amid economic collapse
When The Saudi Monarchy Fails
When the Saudi Monarchy Falls
Gold cinches third record high in a row
Why the government should shut down
Ryan Plan's "Path to Prosperity" Is Just for the Wealthy
Gambling with the Planet
Aftershock shakes Japan's ruined northeast coast
Status of Japan nuclear plants after Thursday's quake
The Economic Impact of a Federal Government Shutdown
The People's Budget
Government Shutdown Watch
White House talks fail to produce budget deal;
Dissident group says Iran factory really a nuke site
U.S. was told of Yemen leader's vulnerability
Obama vows to veto short-term bill

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