Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Interesting Headlines in the News Jul 13

Another credit union bites the dust...
How Globalism Has Destroyed Our Jobs,
The Beginning of the End of Europe
Gold hits record high on debt fears and chance of more Fed stimulus
California companies fleeing the Golden State
Light bulb ban riles up lawmakers
Fed chairman Bernanke faces firestorm
Connecticut employees get layoff notices
Why the U.S. Should Return to the Gold Standard â€"
The Unemployed Worker's New Friend: Outsourcers
Google Makes Facebook Look Socially Awkward
Today's Special at Wal-Mart: Something Weird
Hedge-Fund Investors Scout Out Web Firms
As Italy sinks, France is leaking
A Bad Mood Has Descended On World Financial Markets
Uh Oh â€" Italy Is Coming Apart Like A 20 Dollar Suit
Gold Dreamtime, The Euro And Other New Moneys
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Federal Reserve Needs QE3 to Boost Economic Growth,
Defaulted Greece May Have to Rescue Trichet
Bernanke 'Lays Down Law'
Fed Officials Divided on Further Stimulus
Central Falls, RI stares down 'painful' bankruptcy
Failing Liberty 101
Conservative Ben Stein Calls For Tax Hike
Federal Tax Revenues Have Exceeded Interest Payments20-Fold â€" Since U.S. Hit Debt Limit
Sebelius: Obamacare's Penalty on Small Businesses
NRA Will Sue Obama Administration Over New Gun-Control Measure
Macro-economic factors still support gold as safe-haven asset
Gold attains fresh record in euro and sterling
Central banks pull most gold in a decade from BIS
Pimco reverses course on US government debt
Why the euro is not worth saving
Ebay and marketplace sites may be liable for trademark abuse
'South California' for 51st state?
Just what is the federal debt ceiling?
Obama: Debt-limit impasse could halt Social Security checks
Silver Poised for Powerful Rally
Gold and Silver Summer Trend Update
Big Banks Waging Warfare Against the People of the World
Europe steps back from the abyss, for a day
US trade deficit tops $50bn on rising oil prices
US Federal Reserve faces split if economy fails to pick up
Irish bonds cut to junk status on bail-out worries
Fed: The Recovery Has Stalled, but We Won't Help
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
The 20 Most Successful Projects in Kickstarter History
Something to Squawk About
Fannie Mae changes all-cash financing options
Fed worries about job market, considers more stimulus
Raising the debt ceiling is critical for small business

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