Labor Department Pledges $13 Million to Promote Youth Employment in El Salvador, Honduras
Government brings in illegal immigrants as poor Americans suffer.
by Melanie Hunter
Central bankers gather privately in Washington this Friday to discuss gold
Will discuss “gold, the renminbi, and the multicurrency system.”
by GATAe

CBO: Feds Taxing More, Spending More, Running Bigger Deficit in 2015
Biggest source of additional tax revenue for the federal government was the individual income tax.
by Terence P. Jeffrey

Oil could hit $70
Oil hovers around lowest prices in years.
by Amanda Diaz
Ben Bernanke’s Latest Defense of the Fed’s Failures
Former Fed chair shows him as the puppet he is.
by Brendan Brown

Walgreens plans to shut down an estimated 200 U.S stores
Other chains that have announced recent closing plans include Staples, Office Depot and Sears.
by CNN
Number of US oil rigs drop again, signifying that more cutbacks could still come
Economic tensions in Iran and decline in drilling activities caused prices of oil to shoot up on Friday.
by Jason Furze

Bloomberg Gives $30M to Shut 50% of Coal Plants by 2017
‘Thousands’ of Jobs Killed, Trade Group Says
by Penny Starr
Report: People Fleeing High-Tax States for Low-Tax Alternatives
Report finds that millions of people left highly-taxed states for low-tax states between 2003 and 2013.
by Rudy Takala

Neofeudalism 101: Strip-Mining the Upper Middle Class
The wealth of the top .01% has pulled away from the top 10% and even the top 1%.
by Charles Hugh Smith
America's Poor Spend 60% Of Their Income On Food & Housing Proving CPI Is Meaningless
Bottom rung of society spends 20% more of their vastly lower income on staying alive than the country’s elite…
by Zero Hedge

What Happens to Sales and Employment When Corporate Profits Fall?
Federal Reserve cannot force employers to hire more employees or pay them more.
by Charles Hugh-Smith
Red States Move To Raise Gas Tax
Lawmakers pushing for more pain at the pump.

This Is Why The US Just Lost Its Superpower Status According To Larry Summers
This past month may be remembered as the moment the United States lost its role as the underwriter of the global economic system.
by Zero Hedge
Once Over $12 Trillion, the World’s Currency Reserves Are Now Shrinking
Shrinking Currency Reserves Threaten Emerging Asia…
by Ye Xie, Andrea Wong