Monday, January 26, 2015

Interesting Headlines in the News January 26, 2015

Goldseek Radio Interviews Chris Martenson.
The global economy has degenerated into one massive currency war.
Oil Crash Needs A Villain But The Story Is More Complex Than That
27 Facts About The Middle Class In America After 6 Years With Obama In Office
U.S. Retail Sector Begins Massive Collapse
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Nanny State Billboards…Cuz the Government Is Your Mommy!
400 TSA agents have been arrested for theft of passenger items while not one terrorist has been caught.
Why Google made the NSA
Panic-buyers flood grocery stores and commuters are begged to stay home ahead of ‘historic’ blizzard that threatens to drop THREE FEET of snow on New York City and up to 57 million on East Coast
Greek election adds economic uncertainty across Europe
Japan Exports Jump More Than Forecast, Paring Record Deficit
Oil-and-Gas Default Wave, “Outright Liquidations” Next
Obama's Plan Only Helps 529 Plan Families Who Utilize Two Free Years of Community College
No, the U.S. economy isn’t about to fall into recession
JP Morgan adds gold for Natural Resources fund
Highlights from World Economic Forum in Davos
Catherine Austin Fitts-2015 Forecast Volatile & Violent
IS claims it executed Japanese hostage
UK economic recovery running out of steam, forecasters say
McDonald’s CEO Pleads for Time to Turn Things Around
The Ghost of Debts Past: Americans Face the Reality of Wage Garnishment
Super Bowl ads set another record
Peter Thiel Explains What Backs the U.S. Dollar
Why Can't Unions Keep Up With the Economy?
U.S. gas prices at April 2009 low, bottom in sight
Coming soon: A “Made in USA” Republic Day parade in India
Dating Site Hacked for 20 Million User Names
SkyMall falls victim to digital age
ECB’s escalating clashes with Germany
New economic term is old economic idea
At Davos, rising income inequality worries some billionaires too
1,000 paratroopers from 82nd Airborne headed to Iraq this week
USDollar/USDX Index
Video: Americans Want Obama To Repeal The Bill Of Rights: “Let’s Do It, Let’s Get Behind It”

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