Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News May 01

The Results Are In: Conservative States Prosper, While Liberal States Decline
Derivatives:  The Unregulated Global Casino For Banks
Greece opens first migrant detention centre
Large layoffs loom on Wall Street
Spanish Economy in "Huge Crisis" After Downgrade
Florida: When The Owner Who Walks Away Is The Bank
Fiscal cliff: What should Congress do?
The $7 trillion fiscal cliff
Why Moody's is set to stick it to Wall Street
Bernanke's Pickle
High Tech Runs Through It: The New Fly-Fishing
ACORN Whistleblower Says Obama DOJ 'Has Gone Wild'
Gold Will Win Money War
'Be prepared for tsunami', UNESCO expert urges Caribbean
Beijing and Washington embarrassed

Orders for US Durable Goods Drops Most in Three Years
US Economy Grew Less than Forecast in First Quarter
Europe's Anti-Austerity Calls Mount as Elections Near
Euro Falls 3rd Day Versus Yen as Spain Back in Recession
Mobile Spam Texts Hit 4.5 Billion Raising Consumer Ire
Occupy Wall Street Plans Global Disruption of Status Quo
Occupy Wall Street Plans Global Protests

RFK assassination witness tells CNN:

FAQ: What you need to know about CISPA
Down but not out:

A Gold Standard?
Jim Sinclair has something to say
Fukushima: A Nuclear War without a War:

Condo owners face rental hurdles
Fed survey shows difficulty in getting mortgage
Home rentals increase, and so do prices
In Fight Over Obama Health Law, a Front in Minnesota
Israeli Defense Minister Keeps All Options Open on Iran
Two Meltdowns:  Fukushima and the US Economy
Brewing a Conflict with China
Bringing It All Back Home
Keyboard Cops
To the Victors Go the Foils
EU urges China to show restraint over dissident Chen
U.S. eyes testy China talks,

Urban revolution is coming
What to expect on May Day
Joel Osteen worships himself
Consumers Finally Get $$$ Back from Health Insurance
Three Reasons for the Coming Global Disruption
What a Socialist France Would Mean for America
Money won't decide the next president.

Google engineer told officials Street View cars

Threat from mounting public job losses

NYC council members sue city,

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