Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Headlines in the News March 25, 2015

Looking for a job near home? Good luck, it’s getting harder
David Stockman “Sooner Or Later We’ve Got To Get Off The Monetary Heroin
C’mon Angela, Let Them Greexit
Peter Schiff won’t back down Fed Fisher Say’s Market is “hyper overpriced,”see’s a Major Correction â€" This is an interesting interview with Fmr Dallas Fed President.
The Last Hundred Yards: The NCO’s Contribution to Warfare
Camping & Wilderness Survival: The Ultimate Outdoors Book
Ohio Farm Bureau presidents concerned over EPA water rule
Russia’s return to Nicaragua worrying many in Central America
Man Awarded $5.5 Million After Cops ‘Accidentally’ Shot Him 16 Times
Privacy invasion? Police department license plate scans released to public
Ohio Now Recognizes Valid Permits From All States
Gold is going to $1,300 by May: BofA technician
More capital controls as France declares war… on cash
Morgan Stanley CFO Heads to Google
U.S. to keep 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through end 2015: White House
Where Have All Our Wages Gone?
When Merkel met Tsipras...
Federal workers owe more than $3.5 billion in unpaid taxes
Greece wants 1.2 billion euros back from EU bailout fund
Jordan, Russia sign $10 billion deal on nuclear reactors
Finding the Right Price for Water
Rasmussen: Concerned about Russia, ISIS | CNBC International
7 CEOs net $700 million in dividends alone
If You’re a Middle Class Taxpayer Who Gets a Raise, Government Will Take This Much
Feds Spend $149,890 on ‘Mindful Eating Intervention’ for Third Graders
Keiser Report: Capitalism Without Capital?!
These Are the Companies Profiting the Most From War
Is Automation Destroying Intellectual Jobs?
Withdraw $5,000 from bank, get cops called on you
Trader Does Not See Much Technical Resistance Until $1,220
U.S. consumer inflation firming; new home sales at seven-year high
Regulators Reject ‘Living Will’ Plans of Three Banks
Ohio may legalize pot this year
Peter Schiff won't back down: 'The dollar is going to crash, buy gold'
Greece could default as early as April 9: Deutsche Bank
USDollar/USDX Index

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