Monday, June 18, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jun 18

Mitt Romney's Plan To Unite Evangelicals:

Obama's six-point plan for Global War
America, Welcome to the Fourth Reich
Vladimir Putin Nemesis of the New World Order
10 Things That Will Happen If Barack Obama

No more cheap Chinese goods?
Greek socialist head proposes unity govt
Winds Set to Fan Destructive Colorado Fire
Pro-Bailout Party Wins Greek Vote
Pentagon finishes contingency plans for Syria invasion
Dozens Imprisoned for Violating

Federal Reserve Board Members

Central Banks Warn Greek-Led Euro Stress Threatens World
Obama Heads To G-20 With Few Tools To Stem Euro Crisis
Uninsured Angst Rises As $1,000 Premiums Loom On Ruling
Euro Gains As Pro-Bailout New Democracy Wins Greek Poll
Europe Gets Emerging Market Crisis Ultimatum As G-20 Meet
Greece Races As Cash Dwindles

Samaras Begins Bid To Form Greek Coalition To Stave Off Crisis
Saudi Arabia Succession Set In Motion

Spain Bank Rescue Was Bungled, World Bank's Zoellick Says
Canadian housing market headed for a correction, BoC says
Increasing easing hopes,

Russia flies anti-air, anti-ship missiles to Assad

Desperate Times Call for Drastic Measures (Update)
Donning our Parachutes
From Deflation Push to Inflation Shove
Markets and Governments are Rolling the Dice
3 Things Jamie Dimon Doesn't Understand About Banking
Governor Brownback's Reformed Kansas

Embattled Euro: A Work in Progress, or Doomed for Failure?
Russia Announces It Will Send Warships to Syria
US Attempting to Trigger Full Proxy War in Syria
Pro-bailout party leads in Greek election tally
Regulators shut three banks, failures total 31
U.S. economy downshifts to lower gear
On eve of health ruling,

Obama's policy strategy: Ignore laws
Central banks prepare for turmoil after Greek vote
Spain PM pleads for political, fiscal union in Europe
Greek pro-bailout parties secure ruling majority
IMF says ready to work with Greece on economy
OECD chief: new Greek bailout terms may be needed
'Bound for Syria' Russian warship remains unloaded in port
Peripheral Damage Goes Global, Part III
Greece will have to leave EMU whoever is elected
Greek front-runners vow to stay in euro after elections
Greece election vote leaves Euro in balance
US enlists Britain's help to stop ship

Death of a Ringtone: The Rise and Fall of Nokia
Obama's Drift Toward War With Iran
Pension fund makes some Texas-size bets
Legal challenge tests already-accepted changes in health care
Washington state provides case study

In France, Hollande's Socialist Party

Americans hanging on after recession claims their wealth
U.N. demands evacuation of Syrian civilians in Homs

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