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  • Peter Schiff: Current conflicts are accelerating day of reckoning for the dollar
    Peter Schiff: Current conflicts are accelerating day of reckoning for the dollar
    On Aug. 13, well known financier and money manager Peter Schiff was a guest on the USA Watchdog web program. During his 17 minute interview with Greg Hunter, Schiff focused on the ongoing conflicts and financial attacks being made against nations...
  • The New World Economy, from Sci-fi Writers
    The New World Economy, from Sci-fi Writers
    This is a wakeup call to the world. What we know as economics will change completely within ten years and the world needs to be ready, for the powers that be will no longer have any power what so ever. This warning comes from science fiction...
  • The most vulnerable citizens need the most protection
    Chicago taxpayers lose again; on the human value chain they come up short
    Are the most vulnerable Chicagoans under-protected? Some might disagree, but others do as another bright future lie dead in a Chicago morgue.To some, the untimely death of children is not surprising in the city, but that shouldn't be the case....
  • EOA
    Hundreds Turn Out In Savannah For Help With Heating Bills
    Crowds of Savannahians snaked around the building of the Economic Opportunity Authority (EOA) Saturday for a chance to get financial help with their bills."This line is for people to come in and get appointments," explained Deputy...
  • California unemployment line
    Unemployment extension may actually hurt long-term unemployed
    Democrats and Republicans are currently locked in a battle over how to pay for a reauthorization of the extension for long term unemployment benefits. For the most part, the debate is only over how the extension of unemployment benefits should be...
  • New York: view from the Staten island
    Made in New York by New Yorkers
    “Not only the wealth, but the independence and security of a country, appear to be materially connected with the prosperity of manufacturers. Every nation, with a view to those great objects, ought to endeavor to possess within itself all...
  • Larry Summers will not be Fed chairman, a post that was almost his destiny
    Larry Summers will not be Fed chairman, a post that was almost his destiny
    Ever since Lawrence H. Summers made the list of potential candidates to replace outgoing Fed Chairman Bernanke there has been a cascade of reports in the media about those who would oppose his nomination. Various grounds for the opposition...
  • Top colleges and universities in the nation are pulling in large numbers of white students, thus recreating a system of minority marginalization
    White flight and white privilege define nation's top colleges
    It may not be a surprise to learn that U.S. colleges and universities perpetuate the white privilege model that has defined the United States for centuries.Moreover, this model of racial disparity, thus academic inequality gets bigger and larger...
  • 4 out of 5 poverty: Americans face economic realities
    4 out of 5 poverty: Americans face economic realities
    4 out of 5 Americans face poverty or unemployment in a lifetime. The economy is improving, but only for some. According to The Inqusitr on July 30, 2013, the gap between rich and poor is widening."This is bad news for President Obama, as it...
  • More agents, fencing may cut illegal immigration by half; Senate bill’s critics not satisfied
    Commentary: Americans are cold, immigrants are hot
    Hold onto your socks, the headline reads, ‘Companies in U.S. Added More Workers Than Forecast in June.’ While you can’t dispute the facts, you can conclude the facts are just a little bit tainted.While it may be true, companies...
  • Annie E. Casey Kids Count
    Arizona's children continue to languish, report says
    Although there are some improvements in the lives of Arizona, our state remains among the worst for children's health, education, and security, according to this year's Kids Count Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.For the second...
  • Africa: Origin of civilization, and exploitation
    The pillaging and extortion of Africa in 2013
    According to the 2013 Africa Progress Report convened by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, Africa has three critical issues that must be handled to ensure the continent’s economic growth: 1) African governments must improve...
  • Amrtrak The Best Way To Travel The California Coast
    Best Way To Travel The California Coast
    If you're looking for the best bang for your buck while traveling then Amtrak is the way to go. Even if you only have a limited weekend to get to and from your destination, Amtrak is your best all around option. This means you can sit back and...
  • Forbes
    Forbes ranks the most miserable cities in America
    Forbes Magazine released its list of the 20 Most Miserable Cities in the United States on February 22, 2013, and the results are, for the most part, not too surprising and show there are still plenty of American cities that have not felt much...
  • Handshake
    Remember to give every employee a voice during organizational change
    Change is always constant within any organization; especially now in 2013 as the United States might face another recession or as some say, ‘Call it what it is and call it a depression.’ Whatever wording one uses; the United States is...