Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News May 22

New Bill Would Make It Legal To Target Propaganda

18 Signs That The Banking Crisis In Europe Has Just Gone From Bad To Worse
John Williams: The Recovery is an Illusion
West mulling military action against Iran
As an article posted on LegalInsurrection.com correctly noted, this bill has already been passed by the U.S. House of Representatives....
Move to change propaganda laws

China to Invest in Coal Gasification - with GE's help
China Furious about US

What's Mine is Mine What's Yours is Negotiable
The Real Issue is Pakistan
Obama's Five Trillion Dollar Lie
JPMorgan CIO Risk Chief Said To Have Trading-Loss History
Campbell's soups to be mmm, mmm, more expensive
NATO Blog:

JPMorgan suspends stock repurchase program

Barclays retains bullish view on Gold
Bullish outlook for Gold on possibility of Eurozone breakup
Gold has potential to rise again
Silver likely to reach new highs in 2012
The True Costs of Bank Crises
The Age of Competing Nationalities
How big will JPMorgan's losses be?
By Abandoning the Gold Standard We Accepted Central Planning and Chaos
The Unraveling in Europe
Putting the 'Insurance' Back in Health Insurance
Son Hit With Aging Parent's $93K Nursing Home Bill
7 Reasons Why Facebook IPO Was A Bust
States back Montana in Citizens United campaign finance fight
Facebook shares fall sharply

Alexis Tsipras warns Greek crisis is also Europe's
US-Pakistan tensions deepen

Liquidation Syndrome
AMC Buyout Part of Chinese Takeover of Media
Full-Fledged European Bank Run Underway;

QE3 "Not Off the Table"

Recovery or Collapse? Bet on Collapse
The AIJ scandal and Japan's pension time bomb
Fed's Lockhart says circumstances not ripe for QE3
U.S. lets China bypass Wall Street for Treasury orders
We could all be losers in this Greek poker game
Germany isolated as Latin Bloc calls the shots
Go Midwest, Young Man:

Why a Chinese Company Wants to Own

Should Google's Search Results

One Lesson From J.P. Morgan: Wall Street Has Changed
Housing starts:

Obama faces pressure on Volcker Rule
Prosecutor at NY trial:

Neither the Fed Nor the ECB Can Stop What's Coming
China Can Now Monetize US Debt Directly
Four Reasons Why The Euro Is Not Crashing

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