Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Feb 22

Is Germany Secretly Maneuvering

Is The Federal Reserve Doing A Good Job?
Preparing For The Collapse Of The Petro-Dollar System
Editorial:  A Sand-Castle Recovery
Picture of the Housing Bubble Collapse
Will the Greek Bailout Make Gold, Silver Rise or Fall?
Commodities Poised For A New Rally
The Enduring Popularity of Gold
A repeat of 2008, only worse?
Following Keystone Rejection

How Closely are Oil Prices Tied to Economic Activity?
Silver Will Become a Currency Again
8 Reasons Why The Greek Debt Deal

The Price Of Gas Is Outrageous â€"

How The Fed Steals Your Life
Euro-Area Central Banks Said to Swap Greek Portfolio Bonds
Wealthy Enriched by Double-Dipping U.S. Plan
Why Renters Rule U.S. Housing Market
Gold Rallies Nearly 2% as Silver Jumps $1.21,

Strong dollar and profit taking are hurdles to gold rally,

Inflation Held in Check by Fear
Former Islamic Insider Offers Warning
Vitol warns crude could pass $150
Russia, China and Iran back Assad
An attack on Iran would be an act of criminal stupidity
Greeks will suffer for five years

Surging gas prices threaten to derail economic recovery
U.S. unveils new strategic plan

Construction employment

Dow Jones hits 13,000 but falls back a bit at close
Grubb & Ellis files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Missouri 4.0 Quake Felt in 13 States
Gold rises over 1 percent on Greek deal uncertainty
Regulator outlines new plan for Fannie, Freddie
'We can't wait':

Colorado may follow Utah’s lead in gold, silver currency
Greek debt accord hostage to political passions
Damian Reece on Eurozone bailout:

Greece Is Still Doomed: Why the New Bailout Is a Fantasy
When Doom Is the Best Choice:

The Real Defense Budget
US Economy Still Raising Questions
Standing on The Edge of The Abyss

The Dark Side of 'Smart' Meters
Standing on The Edge of The Abyss

Keiser Report: Hang-a-Banker-a-Week!
Standing on The Edge of The Abyss

Pat Buchanan: 300 nukes in Israel yet Iran a threat?
Standing on The Edge of The Abyss

Standing on The Edge of The Abyss

As US Debt To GDP Passes 101%,

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