Fed Study Finds Fed Insolvency "Would Not Create Serious Problems"
We’re supposed to trust that they’re good guys.
by Simon Black
The Crowning Glory of Keynesianism
Electronic currency leads directly toward the bondage of the people.
by Jeff Thomas

Student Debt Accounts For Nearly Half Of US Government "Assets"
“there’s no way students are going to pay it back…”
by Zero Hedge
Can stocks stay aloft with global bond yields crashing?
The ECB’s idea is to take a lot of very safe assets off the market.
by Michael Santoli

Central bankers in the U.S., Europe and Asia have created another massive bubble
This time it is a bubble in stocks, bonds and real estate simultaneously.
by Investment Watch
U.S. stocks stage selloff as global jitters take hold
Slide in the opening moments of Friday trading.
by Market Watch

The Case Against the Patent System
Patents abused by corporations.
by Louis Rouanet
US Teeters on Brink of Economic Collapse Due to 'Dollar Bubble' – Ron Paul
“We do everything to perpetuate debt, increase debt, increase regulations.”
by Sputnik

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
Biden Pushes Admin's 'Tuition-Free' Community College Plan
Vice President claims big banks who funded Obama could be forced to cover costs.
by J.J. McGrath

China Says US Backs Its Campaign To Hunt Down 'Economic Fugitives'
US agrees to track Chinese accused of economic crimes in America.
by Reuters
JPMorgan Chase CEO: Economic Crisis Inevitable
“There will be another crisis, and its impact will be felt by the financial markets,” he wrote.
by Kit Daniels