Friday, March 13, 2015

Headlines in the News March 13, 2015

Greece Passes Law To Plunder Pension Funds
America looks Rich. Big Cars, Big Houses, Big Military. We paid for it with BIG Debt: Credit Card Debt, Stud-loan, Mortgage, National Debt!
Retail Sales in U.S. Unexpectedly Fall for Third Straight Month
David Stockman -Why The Dollar Is Rising As The Global Monetary Bubble Craters
Q1 GDP Expectations Are Crashing
Mutating H7N9 bird flu may pose pandemic threat, scientists warn
World record? 100 inches of snow may have clobbered Italy in 18 hours, review pending
DIY tactical shovel
Mysterious spy cameras collecting data at post offices
Sharia Enforcement at University of New Mexico: “Resolution 6S” passes
Yellen Faces Growing Lawmaker Pressure for Answers on Leak Probe
What Did We Learn From the Dotcom Stock Bubble of 2000?
Will EU Force Banks to Charge Market Research Fee?
Bank of Canada economist signals Fed hike may not be matched
Keiser Report: Destroying the Middle Class
Guess What Happened The Last Two Times The S&P 500 Was Up More Than 200% In Six Years?
Senators Introduce Legislation To Make Private Student Loans Dischargeable In Bankruptcy
FCC Releases 400-Page Net Neutrality Order
Economists call census survey valuable, but some lawmakers call it costly
It's the End of the Energy Markets as We Know Them Due to the Nature of Shale Oil
US Government Asks for End to Hold on Immigration Action
Intel blames $1B revenue hit on Windows XP's stubborn grip
What really happens When Millennials Take Over?
Tsipras strikes deal to help Greece reform as war of words grows with Germany
Zillow: “Strong” jobs report drives mortgage rates up
Fake IRS agents target more than 366,000 in huge tax scam
The Next Market Collapse Will Be Bigger than the Fed
Americans Say ‘Government’ Is Most Important US Problem
Meet the computer diagnosing cancer
Ferguson Activists Worry About Aftermath of Shooting
Citigroup's Corbat warns against celebrating too soon
U.S. retail sales fall in February, weather likely a factor
$5.5 Trillion in Cuts Needed to Balance Budget by 2025!
Sports Stadiums Throw Taxpayers for a Loss
USDollar/USDX Index

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