There Is Hope In Understanding That A Great Economic Collapse Is Coming
The truth does not bring fear and despair.
by Michael Snyder
For Truly Better Relations with Cuba, Open the Door and Get Out of the Way!
I have a better suggestion if the US truly wants Cuba to become a free and prosperous country…
by Ron Paul

Any Large Drop In Asset Prices Will Destroy Economy
Keynesians don’t count asset price inflation as inflation.
by InvestmentWatch
EU Sets Up New Banking Authority
Single European Mechanism (SRM) will be launched over the next three months.
by Euractiv

Bitcoin has become too powerful for regulators to shut it down
Bitcoin has more powerful allies than it did two years ago…
by Timothy B. Lee
Meet Your Newest Legislator: Citigroup
Citigroup was key participant in 1929 collapse under moniker National City Bank.
by Pam Martens

Russian central bank raises interest rate to 17% to prevent rouble’s collapse
Bank’s decision, sparked by fears plunging global oil price would devastate country’s economy, follows day of market stress.
by Larry Elliot
Despite Fed Claims, Economics Is Not Lab Science
Contrary to the natural sciences, the factors pertaining to human action cannot be isolated and broken into their simple elements.
by Frank Shostak

US housing bubble is back like it never left
Median household income = nominal.
Central Banks’ 2% Plan to Impoverish You
Two decades of “modest” 2% inflation robs households of one-third of their purchasing power.
by Charles Hugh-Smith

They Know Something: Why Did The Treasury Department Just Purchase Thousands of Survival Kits For Bank Examiners?
In recent years the U.S. government has been making massive preparations.
by Mac Slavo
14 Facts That Prove That The Number Of Children Living In Poverty This Christmas Is At A Record High
65 percent of all children in the U.S. live in a home that receives aid from the federal government
by Michael Snyder

How the Fed Grows Government
Citizens’ limitations on government has been taken away by central banks.
by Hunter Hastings
Welcome to the Recovery – McKinsey Survey Shows 40% of Americans Living Paycheck to Paycheck, Up From 31% in 2012
Nothing screams economic recovery like 2 out of every 5 Americans living paycheck to paycheck.
by Michael Krieger 

More D.C. Lies on Debts and Spending
Interest payments and entitlement payments will soon skyrocket.
by Mark Brandly