Thursday, April 28, 2011

Interesting Headlines in the News Apr 28

Parsing the Fed: How the Statement Changed
American Exceptionalism And Standard & Poor's
Case And Shiller On Housing
Dependent on Fed Spending and the New Money System
Why the US's "Strong Dollar Policy" is Anything But
Should You Buy A Home In 2011? Check Out These 29 Absolutely Crazy Statistics About The Housing Crisis
Fed Wants Even Higher Inflation
The Housing Bubble Broke the Middle Class
Currency Dead End Paradoxes
Case Shiller's Double Dip Has Come and Gone
More Silver Than You Imagined
Bogus Threats to US Reserve Currency Statu
The Unemployment Effect No One Wants to Talk About
Dollar sinks, gold hits new high after Bernanke speaks
Nokia to cut 7,000 jobs, stop developing Symbian operating system
Democrats Focus on Medicare
Government to Pull Plug on 137 Data Centers
Supreme Court Allows Obamacare to Metastasize
Oil Slips as Dollar Gains, Gasoline Up For 34th Straight Day
Phoenix Underwater Mortgages Show Housing's Threat to Recovery
Why Obama Will Get Second Term in White House
Carter Says North Korea Wants Guarantee in Nuclear Talks
Bernanke Says Ending Bond Buying Won't Have Major Impact
Bernanke Says Fed to Keep Stimulus, Further Easing Unlikely
Comex Gold ends higher, hits new high
Gold hits fresh record on still-accommodative US monetary policy
Apple denies tracking iPhone users, but promises changes
FCC should deny AT&T spectrum buy, groups say
BP expects to resume drilling in Gulf of Mexico within months
Ben Bernanke goes on record to warn US deficit 'not sustainable'
Gaddafi arms Libyan 'home guard' â€" minimum age 17
Is Gold Rising Because America is Broke
Libya: It's Not About Oil, It's About Currency and Loans
Foreclosure Fraud Operation Uncovered At Detroit Law Firm
Paul Drockton Economic Predictions
Adventures in Silver and Gold, Part 1
What Ben Bernanke should've said
What if Medicare required a living will?
Government closing data centers as part of federal IT overhaul
Bernanke says ending monetary easing
States face $1.26 trillion shortfall in funds to pay retiree benefits
Obama to nominate CIA Director Leon Panetta as defense secretary
China's Easter offensive against the churches
Birth certificate isn't Obama's only secret
Fed sees mounting debt as biggest challenge
Fed says $600 billion bond program to end in June
Feds use Facebook to collect crime evidence
Obama's birth certificate proves Americans are powerless
Apple Promises Fix for Location-Gathering 'Bug' on iPhone
Ampex Starts Reverse Inquiry:  Seeks to Buy "Any Quantity" of Silver From Clients at $3 Over Spot

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