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Day 150 – Hillary’s Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Short Summary

George Webb, Published on Mar 22, 2017 More Muhammed Shah Photos – Iwan Brothers Facebook Likes The post Day 150 – Hillary’s Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Short Summary appeared first on Silver For The People.

Stocks and Precious Metals Charts – The Men Who Stole the World

jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / 22 MARCH 2017 “The problem of the last three decades is not the ‘vicissitudes of the marketplace,’ but rather deliberate actions by the government to redistribute income from the rest of us to the one percent. This pattern of government action shows up in all areas of government policy.” Dean Baker “When the modern […]

Anti-Trump Propagandist David Brock Suffers Heart Attack

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Mar 22, 2017 3:05 PM Founder of Media Matters, and infamous Hillary “attack dog” and agit-prop specialist, David Brock has suffered a heart attack, but is expected to make a “swift recovery,” a senior aide said Wednesday. As The Hill reports, “David Brock suffered a heart attack while working in the Washington […]

The Media Flip Flops On The Economy,Retail Apocalypse Is Here,Crisis Around The Corner-Episode 1235a

X22Report, Published on Mar 22, 2017 Retail nightmare continues, Sears, JC Penny and Payless going under. Corporate media admits that retail is in trouble, they are calling it, retail apocalypse, this is the start of admitting the economy is in crisis mode. The Auto industry is cratering. Mortgage rates move up, application decline, and existing […]

The Australian “Energy Market,” as Explained by Comedians

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / Mar 22, 2017  “I thought we had gas and electricity coming out of our ears.” But no. Two-and-half-minutes of pungent fun on the challenges and recent blackouts and what went wrong in the Australian energy “market” for natural gas and electricity, by comedians Clarke and Dawe. READ MORE The post The Australian “Energy Market,” […]

First Photo Of London Terrorist Suspect Emerges

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Mar 22, 2017 1:17 PM According to the UK’s Mirror, the following is a photo of the moment the Parliament terror attack suspect is wheeled into an ambulance after being shot by police. The man, who was said to be “Asian, and middle-aged” in appearance, entered the grounds of the Houses of […]

More Retail Store Closures And Bankruptcies On The Way But This Is What Could Really Spell Trouble…

kingworldnews.com / March 22, 2017 On the heels of Sears announcing the closure of another 150 stores, but this is what could really spell trouble… From Art Cashin:  On this day (+1) in 1775, at the second Virginia Convention, in the city of Richmond, a firebrand delegate rose and cut through the smoke of compromise. His […]

Yellen’s Dangerous Glass-Steagall Repression

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Craig Wilson / March 22, 2017 The threat from too big to fail banks has now elevated to the point that ignoring a modern Glass-Steagall Act is too dangerous to repress any longer.  As massive Wall Street banks continue to inflate in size, the bipartisan negligence guided by the U.S central bank, has allowed the global economy, markets and […]

Nunes Confirms There Was “Incidental Surveillance” Of Trump During Obama Administration, “Seems To Be Inappropriate”

Update: House Intel Chairman Nunes spoke to reporters when he left the briefing at The White House and had some more stunning things to say: *NUNES: BRIEFED PRESIDENT ON CONCERNS OVER INCIDENTAL COLLECTION *NUNES: `PRESIDENT NEEDS TO KNOW’ THESE INTEL REPORTS EXIST *NUNES: SOME OF WHAT I’VE SEEN SEEMS TO BE `INAPPROPRIATE’ *NUNES: TRUMP, OTHERS […]

Wellesley College Says Controversial Speakers “Impose On The Liberty Of Students” By Making Them Think Too Much

Authored by Alex Morey and Samantha Harris via TheFire.org, In anti-intellectual email, Wellesley profs call engaging with controversial arguments an imposition on students In an email to fellow faculty yesterday afternoon, a committee of Wellesley College professors made several startling recommendations about how they think future campus speakers should be chosen. If implemented, the proposals […]