Another Record: $4.235 Per Pound for Ground Beef
Bureau of Labor Statistics admits huge rise in food prices.
by Ali Meyer
Initial Jobless Claims Surge Most Since 2013
Continuing claims dropped modestly but remain up around 3.5% over the last quarter – near the worst since 2009.
by Zero Hedge

The Cost of NSA Spying On the U.S. Economy Is “Incalculable”
Spying Is Destroying the U.S. Economy.
by Washington's Blog
What To Do While Waiting to End the Fed
How to limit the Fed’s damage.
by John P. Cochran

Banksters Probed for Precious Metals Fix
Fed props up dollar by manipulating gold.
U.S. Controlled by Secret Corporate Masters Since 1933
Sovereign American status taken away without public knowledge or consent.

Case-Shiller Says "Housing Recovery Is Faltering" Despite December Home Prices Jumping Most Since March
Seasonally-adjusted home prices jumped most since March in December.
by Zero Hedge
I strongly oppose 'Audit the Fed,' Yellen says
During question-and-answer session, Yellen addressed movement to “audit the Fed.”
by Jeff Cox, Katie Little

Janet Yellen Spent More Time Meeting With Foreign Officials Than Members Of The White House
19 meetings with various bankers including Blankfein and Dimon.
by Zero Hedge
Employment Does Not Drive Economic Growth
It doesn’t help economy if jobs don’t create wealth.
by Frank Shostak

Is Washington Fabricating the Economic Data?
48 million Americans cannot provide for their most basic human needs.
by Market Daily News
Biggest Market Crash Ever Is Coming In 2016
Author of Rich Dad Poor Dad reveals economic downfall.

Why Economic Dependence on Others Is a Good Thing
Our understanding of dependence and independence in political and economic contexts is confused.
by Gary Galles
Census Bureau: 30.3% Millennials Still Living With Their Parents
“Millennials are taking a big hit in this economy.”
by Ali meyer

Why the Austrian Understanding of Money and Banks Is So Important
Spending does not drive the economy, despite claims to contrary.
by Jörg Guido Hülsmann
Greece Rejects Bailout Deal – Deadline To Avoid Financial Chaos In Europe Is March 1st
Europe is on the verge of a horrifying financial meltdown, and there are only a few short weeks left to avert total disaster.
by Michael Snyder