Thursday, May 3, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News May 03

Al Qaeda Magazine Calls for Firebomb Campaign in US
New Obama Executive Order Pushes Us Closer

Oil Prices Rise On Improvement In US Manufacturing
Low level doses of radiation more harmful that high doses
Europe's next recession risk: Germany
The Beginning of the End of the Unpaid Internship
Central Bank Demand to Change Gold, Silver Markets and Prices
Occupy Activists' Bomb Plot Foiled
95 Percent Of The Jobs Lost During The Recession

Why New York Times Economist Paul Krugman

Treasury: Tax receipts not changing deadline

Charles Biderman: EU Debt Crisis Going to Get Worse
The Illusion of an Economic Recovery
Dimon Cites 'Give and Take' After Bank Chiefs Meet Fed Officials
Treasury Dept. Fails to Implement

Collapsing U.S. Postal Service Needs Freedom to Cut Costs
Payroll Survey Signals U.S. Jobs Slowing as Orders Drop
Gold Standard for All, From Nuts to Paul Krugman
Geithner Sees Need for 1970s-Style Shift in China Economy
Obama Order Urges Rule Review

US Economy Grows at Tepid 2.2%, Misses Estimates
Will Sadat's Camp David and the Zionist Embassy be Next?
We Are Not Powerless: Resisting Financial Feudalism
The Invisible Red Line
Jim Sinclair Has Something to Say
BP to start three new Gulf of Mexico oil rigs
American CEOs enjoy 15% pay rise

NRA ends silence and

Occupy May Day protests across US

After 50 years, Cubans hope to travel freely
From Communism Day to Government Loyalty Day
Israel Prepares for War
Patterns in gold price puzzling - but understandable
Is Wells Fargo a Lehman in the Making?
Paul Krugman on How to Fix the Economy -

Why U.S. House Prices Won't Recover
Is Gold Today's Safest Investment?
How Strong Is al Qaeda Today, Really?
Facebook and Organ Donation: Savvy or Stupid?
Why Reagan's Tax Reform Roadmap Won't Work Now
Krugman's Left-Wing Bullying of Bernanke
ADP estimates businesses added only 119,000 jobs in April
Taliban announces start of annual Afghan offensive
'Supermoon' coming this Saturday
United States' new business formation rate

Fannie Mae had seen benefits

Spain's unemployment prompts a look elsewhere
U.S. considers issuing floating-rate debt
Wal-Mart to pay $4.8 million in back wages
More than 100 charged in massive Medicare fraud busts

U.S.-China deal freeing dissident now in question
Lab Security Standards Raise Chances

Total US Debt Soars To 101.5% Of GDP

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