Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jan 04

Iran threatens U.S. Navy as sanctions hit economy
No breakthrough on Mideast peace, talks to go on
The Debt Bomb:

Renewed Investor Interest For Silver In 2012
Mish Shedlock's 2012 Predictions; 2011 Year In Review
Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts -

The Economy In 2012:  Handle With Care
A Palestinian leader calls for the Arab world to rise up and stop Israel from Judaizing the city of Jerusalem
A 2012 Conservative Case for America's Future
30 Statistics that Show that the Middle Class is Dying Right Before Our Eyes as We Enter 2012
When Times Get Tough, The Tough Get A Backbone
Why Spain’s New Government is Drinking Austerity Kool-Aid and How This Threatens the Global Economy
Why You May Be Drinking Soda

Is Privacy Act Violated


Indictment in Colorado mortgage-fraud case announced
Gold Rallies Most in 10 Weeks on Iran, Dollar
Hu Says West Is Trying to Divide China

World’s Biggest Economies

Taliban Takes Step Toward U.S. Peace Talks
Great (if Hypocritical) News!

Housing’s Huge Supply and Demand Imbalance
Fed to Start Forecasting Changes in Interest Rates
Could gold repeat another double digit rise in 2012?
Gold and Silver gain

Who holds the world's biggest gold reserves?
Why Your Pension Is at Risk
Social Security Going Bust? That's the Small Problem
Holidays' Retail Binge

Evidence of Massive REPUBLICAN VOTER Fraud
Iowa Election Results by county
Euro Hits 11-Month Low Against The Dollar As Banks Hoard ECB Cash
Greece: we could exit euro in three months
Iran-US tensions over Gulf send oil prices soaring
Canadian man passes US border using his iPad
Romney, With a Tight Win, Goes to N.H.
Iowa GOP explains moving vote tabulation away from HQ
Ron Paul’s Long Game
2012 Predictions!
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao warns of 'difficult' start to 2012
ECB names Peter Praet as economics chief
US Federal Reserve to update public on interest rates
Merkel's Economic Advisor Won't Rule Out Eurozone Break-up
Greece 'out of euro' if bail-out fails
10 Predictions for Work and Economics in 2012
Apple television gamble the talk of CES
Iran defiant amid appeals for European sanctions
U.S. to Iran: Warships to remain in Persian Gulf
Federal Reserve will start disclosing officials’ quarterly projections
Pentagon rejects threat from Iran,

Iowa caucus results:

'Fracking' waste disposal tied to Ohio earthquakes
Iowans press candidates

Iran sought to broker Syria deal

Tehran warns U.S. to stay out of Gulf
US Closes 2011 With Record $15.22 Trillion In Debt, Officially At 100.3% Debt/GDP, $14 Billion From Breaching Debt Ceiling
On The World's Reserve Currency: What's Past Is Epilogue

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