Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jul 18

If You Don't Buy Insurance, Will You Really Pay the Tax?
The Federal Reserve Is Not Going To Save Us

Tim Geithner "Aided and Abetted" LIBOR Crimes: Jim Rickards
Goldman's golden egg turns leaden; bank plans cuts
Goldman Sachs builds private bank - WSJ
Lane County, Oregon, Releasing Nearly 100 Inmates,

Cutting-Edge "Maple Seed" Drones

When Bankers Get Nervous, Watch Out
Calif. cities eye plan to seize mortgages
Bernanke disappoints markets with no stimulus hint
LIBOR Rates.
Congress is unpopular
Paul Ryan rips Obama's comment

The Left refuses to face facts

Rules a burden for hunters
Oil Declines From Seven-Week High Amid Global Economic Concern
Retail Purchases In U.S. Unexpectedly Decrease 0.5%
Seven Banks Under U.K. Libor Investigation As FSA Criticized
Bernanke Predicts Slow Progress On Unemployment
Hawker Can Negotiate With Superior Aviation, Court Says
Volcker Report Sees U.S. Cuts As Threatening States
Goldman Sachs Controlling Costs Through Pay
"Cliff" Tax Hikes Could Cost 710,000 Jobs
What's the U.S. Up to in Egypt?
Income Equality Is the Road to Middle-Class Taxation
Bernanke Defends U.S. Regulators in Libor Scandal
After review, Boy Scouts reaffirm ban on gays
US Federal Reserve chairman disappoints markets
Goldman Sachs profits fall 11%
HSBC executive resigns before Senate

Libor scandal:

The eurozone endgame will begin in Greece
Arizona's sheriff Joe Arpaio faces civil lawsuit

North Las Vegas Officially In State Of Emergency

[NY] State Budget Crisis Must Be Addressed,

How Bernanke will cause the next crash before 2014
QE3 is pointless as we head over the cliff
State budget crisis seen lasting
Fiscal Crisis in States

Fewer US Companies are Planning to Hire
Boston Fed wants discount rate cut, KC Fed a hike
Bernanke offers few hints on further Fed easing
Fed's Pianalto says more easing could be warranted
US economy has slowed significantly, says Ben Bernanke
Fund managers expect more trouble in Germany
The Cure for Our Economy's Stationary State
US states face fiscal problems

Bernanke: Recession likely if Congress doesn't act
Senators debate security of electricity grid
Rick Santelli: Central Banks and the LIBOR Scandal
How Far Agenda 21 Has Come,

Keiser Report: Cotton Candy Fraud (E315)
Fed Chief Says U.S. Economy Has Lost Strength

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