Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jan 17

Drop in Public Workers Digs a Deeper Jobs Hole
Fraud And Folly:

Huge Financial Bombs Just Got Dropped All Over Europe
Market Resiliency Shines Through French Rating Cut
Oil Prices Below $99 On New Europe Debt Concerns
Apple Mini-Stores Coming to Target
In Praise of Homeschools
Gas prices may get close to $5 in some spots
States look to hike tax on millionaires
New Fracking Technology

Possible Implications of the Iranian Oil Embargo
Apple Could Create Its Own TV Reality
U.S. Warns Israel on Strike
Obama Thumbs Nose at Founders With One-man Rule
If You Are A Blue Collar Worker In America

GOP lawmaker warns Iran must be stopped,

Controversial online piracy bill

US and Iran inch closer to military conflict
Iran War is Only Matter of Time
Peter Schiff: U.S. is In Worse Shape Than Europe
Could Iran Close the Strait?
Airlines seek first fare hike of 2012
Details of new Apple iPad 3 revealed
Europe's $39 Trillion Pension Risk Grows as Economy Falters
Cartier Turns to Discreet Watches

Greek Debt Swap Faces 'Critical' Phase

Gold and silver to regain shine in 2012
People don't buy gold to make money;

Why silver has hit rock bottom
Air Force Invades the Rocky Mountains
America’s Last Chance
It's Official:

Fed Plays PR Games
The Dollar Centric Derivatives Complex:

Federal Government Jobs Disappearing at a Rapid Pace
Syria: beyond the wall of fear,

Gold and energy bull charges on
IMF: European outlook grim; high global risks
How to Create a Depression
Clearing houses: the next casualty of the crisis?
Saudi Arabia doubts Iran oil blockade claim
U.S. Troops Quietly Surge into Middle East
Greece sends officials to US as default fears grow
Eurozone's 'big bazooka' bail-out fund

Oil prices rise on Iran's threats to cut off Strait of Hormuz
Why it’s China’s turn to worry about manufacturing
Veterans’ new battle front: Job market
Group says Keystone pipeline benefits are embellished
Israelis increase trust in Obama
L.L. Bean marks century of selling begun with boot
Economic Collapse -- Why It Won't Be Stopped
How Safe Are Central Banks?

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