Monday, August 6, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Aug 06

The myth of a free Hong Kong economy - Part [1 of 3]
China addicted to Hong Kong's 'opium' - Part [3 of 3]
175,000 Fewer Women Held Jobs in July;

'Corporate Welfare' Costs Taxpayers

Sunni Muslim 'Extremists'

Saudi invites Iran for extraordinary Muslim summit
Iran warns against foreign intervention in Syria
Collapse or decentralization for Syria?
Completely Surrounded By Psychopaths And Sociopaths

Get Used To The "New Norm" of 6-7% US Jobless Rate
Acorn Insider Becomes Whistleblower

Peter Schiff:  Priced For Collapse
Huge Finds in the Mediterranean

Obama Handed the Ball to China

Where's the gold? NY Fed undergoes first-ever audit
Spain And Italy Are Toast Unless Germany

The Employment Rate In The United States

House GOP:

LIBOR Rates.
The rulers of the Hong Kong game - Part [2 of 3]
Kochs Take Tip From Soros Investing In Voter Registration
Oil Surges Most in a Month as US Adds Jobs, Services


Say Goodbye to Social Security
Central Banks Revealed They Are Now Impotent
IMF:  US Plunge From Fiscal Cliff Would Hit Global Economy Hard
Syria's agony prolonged while

Sikh temple shooting: at least six worshippers killed in Wisconsin
Assad's artillery, planes pound Syria's Aleppo
Iran warns Syria conflict could engulf Israel
Curiosity rover to touch down on Mars
Shilling: New recession has begun
The less productive U.S. economy
Waukegan Savings Bank is 40th bank failure of year
The other side of persistently high unemployment – Underemployment rate shoots up to 15 percent but is actually more problematic because of the civilian employment-population ratio
Radioactive cesium found in Japan's fish, seawater
Pilgrims or mercenaries? Iran asks Turkey,

Venetian cunning of Draghi-Monti masterplan

Euro elites should say if they could ever view

Cash-for-gold shops boom as Italians sell off their bling
Comeback Nation:

Caterpillar to unions: Drop dead
7 killed, including gunman,

Repeal of Glass-Steagall: Not a cause, but a multiplier
Anita Moncrief at C-PAC Part 1
Sugar: The Bitter Truth
Hard Times Generation: Families living in cars
'Scrap banks or they'll bring chaos' - Nobel Economist
Anita Moncrief at C-PAC Part 2
Early Muslim Extremists In American History
Keiser Report: Superstition Trading (E323)
Libor May Be Manipulated, But Silver Is Not, CFTC To Conclude
In Order To Be Saved, Spain And Italy

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