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Category Archives: Atlanta

The Best-Laid Plans…

garynorth.com / Gary North / November 22, 2017 It happened on November 20, 2017. After 25 years, it was time to say goodbye to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. It cost Georgia taxpayers $214 million to build, 1989-1992. In today’s dollars, that is $385 million. The new Mercedes-Benz Stadium is going to replace it, right next door. Total public […]

Caught On Tape In Atlanta: “State Of Emergency, The Entire Bridge Is Compromised”

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, If you were looking for confirmation that the nation’s infrastructure needs a complete overhaul, a collapsing bridge in Atlanta may have provided it in stark imagery. Around 6:30 p.m. Thursday night, a fire broke out under a section of the highway bridge on busy I-85 in Atlanta, Georgia. Just […]

“State of Emergency, the Entire Bridge Is Compromised”: The Moment a Burning Section of I-85 in Atlanta Collapsed

If you were looking for confirmation that the nation’s infrastructure needs a complete overhaul, a collapsing bridge in Atlanta may have provided it in stark imagery. Around 6:30 p.m. Thursday night, a fire broke out under a section of the highway bridge on busy I-85 in Atlanta, Georgia. Just thirty minutes later, a huge section […]

Atlanta GDPNow Confirms “Hard” Data Still Disappointing

financialsense.com / PATRICK O’HARE via Briefing.com / 03/24/2017 Have you checked the forecast lately? It calls for a continuation of gray skies and cool temperatures across the country. What a bummer… and what a misdirection. We’re not alluding to the weather forecast. Rather, we are alluding to the first quarter real GDP growth forecast, which unfortunately at this juncture calls […]

Citizen Militia Experiences Explosive Growth Following the Last Election

Until the 1990’s, civilian run volunteer militias weren’t all that common in the United States. They were the fringe of the fringe in our culture. But after Waco and Ruby Ridge, their ranks swelled and they became a common subject in the news and in pop culture. Their numbers fell again under President Bush, and […]

Conversations with New York and Atlanta Fed Senior Economists on Their GDP Models

mishtalk.com / by Mike “Mish” Shedlock / June 15, 2016 1:55:19 I had had recent phone and email conversations with senior economists at the New York Fed and Atlanta Fed regarding their GDP forecasts. The Atlanta Fed calls its model GDPNow and the New York Fed calls its model theFRBNY Staff Nowcast (simply referred to […]

THANKS TO TSA, ALMOST 7,000 PASSENGERS MISSED THEIR FLIGHTS IN JUST ONE WEEK ON JUST ONE AIRLINE

thedailysheeple.com / MELISSA DYKES / MAY 9, 2016 And in other news, the TSA continues to suck. It isn’t even summer yet, and major problems with longer and longer TSA screening times are happening at major airports across the nation, including Seattle, Chicago, Atlanta, Charlotte, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and San Jose just to name a few. During Spring Break […]

Hypocrisy: More By Business

market-ticker.org / by Karl Denninger / 2016-04-10 Heh Disney, **** you. After Walt Disney Co., Marvel Studios and Salesforce.com threatened to take their business elsewhere and the NFL suggested Atlanta could lose its bids for the 2019 or 2020 Super Bowl, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed a measure that would have allowed individuals, businesses and faith organizations to […]

Atlanta Fed’s Lockhart Says Interest-Rate Liftoff Case Is `Compelling’ (ADP Reports +217K Jobs)

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Anthony B. Sanders • December 2, 2015 Fed’s Lockhart Says Interest-Rate Liftoff Case Is `Compelling’ Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart said he favors raising interest rates this month, adding to signs that the central bank will proceed with its first increase since 2006. “Absent information that drastically changes the economic picture and […]

Oops, Atlanta Fed’s GDP Forecast Suddenly Plunges

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter • October 1, 2015 When will the data stop raining on the parade? Second quarter GDP growth in the US was hot, at 3.9% annualized rate. That wouldn’t have been hot in any prior US recovery, but it is hot here and now because this misbegotten, Fed-engineered recovery has run at a measly annual […]