Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jul 03

8,733,461: Workers on Federal 'Disability'

How Government Spending Continues to Add Fuel to the Fire
Is the Table Set for a Mania in Precious Metals?
The Path to $10,000-an-Ounce Gold
Ex-Brokers Say JPMorgan Favored

Chief Justice John Roberts Bowed
They Are Turning Our Crops, Animals And Even Our Babies Into Freakish Genetic Monsters - What Could Go Wrong?
Jim Rogers Prediction: America Will Certainly Go Through A Period Of Defaul
Paris short €43bn to meet EU deficit targets
UN agrees to new Syria plan
Wall Street Shakes Off Factory Data; S&P, NASDAQ Rise
Twitter Loses 'Occupy Wall Street' Case,

Mammoth Lakes files for bankruptcy
Facebook email mess spreads to mobile phones
Taxmageddon Just Got More Frightening
Get Ready for the New Investment Tax
Dragging America Into Turkey's War with Syria?
Undoing Obamacare
If One Storm Can Turn D.C. Dark For Several Days,

Kicking The Can Down The Road
Jindal's Louisiana Vouchers Face Growing Legal Backlash
The Right's Top 5 Theories For John Roberts' Betrayal
Is Obamacare's Individual Mandate

The States Already On Record

How Wall Street Scams Counties Into Bankruptcy
Manufacturing In U.S. Unexpectedly Contracted In June
Kodak Can Sell Its Patents In Bankruptcy, Judge Rules
JPMorgan's $10 Billion Subsidy
How Obamacare Could Help You Retire Earlier

Stockton, California:

Do You Have More Debt Than the Average American?
At Long Last the Euro Is Finally Being Saved
Europe and Yogi Berra
When Zero Rates Don't Work
Audit the Fed Headed for the House Floor!
California lawmakers pass historic foreclosure protections
Apple closes MobileMe,

Euro compromises likely to unravel
10 sobering realizations the Eastern U.S. power grid failure

Iran threatens Israel; new EU sanctions take force
Syria strikes Damascus suburb; U.N. decries arms flow
Diplomacy failing, West faces tough Syria choices
Fed won't let easy policy spark inflation: Williams
U.S. munis face $2 trillion in unfunded pension costs
Should Small Businesses Really Fear Obamacare?
The Only Advanced Country

This Is the Most Important Thing We Could Do for the Economy
Why Mayors Might Want Obamacare

Barclays and JPMorgan: When Big Banks Get Too Big
Time to Get Crazy
Health-care law's Medicaid provision too good to pass up
Iranian authorities acknowledge impact of sanctions
Airbus to build 1st U.S. assembly plant in Alabama
Lobster in Maine now cheaper than bologna
Obama's amnesty edict set in motion
The Inside Story of the Extra Second That Crashed the Web
77% of JP Morgan's Net Income

Twitter Reports 679 US Government User Information Requests In The First Half Of 2012, Folding On 75% Of Them

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