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When They Shall Say “Peace And Safety”: Polls Show Americans Are The Most Optimistic They Have Been In A Very Long Time

Facebook Twitter Reddit Email By a very wide margin, this is the most optimistic that Americans have been about the future since I started The Economic Collapse Blog in late 2009.  Even though the middle class is shrinking, 102 million working age Americans do not have a job, and we are now 21 trillion dollars […]

Fed’s Kashkari Responds To Zero Hedge: “The Fed’s Job Is Not To Protect Investors” / by Tyler Durden / Nov 29, 2017  Former Goldmanite and current Minneapolis Fed president, Neel Kashkari, conducted another #AskNeel session on Twitter where the dovish FOMC voter (he was the only one to dissent to the Fed’s rate hike decision earlier this year) received numerous questions. Among them was the following one from Zero Hedge: #AskNeel You […]

Robert Rubin’s Selective Memory and the Collapse of Citigroup

Robert Rubin, Former Treasury Secretary and Citigroup Executive Committee Chair / By Pam Martens and Russ Martens / November 8, 2017 According to the now publicly available transcript of the testimony that former U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin gave before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC) on March 11, 2010, he was not put under oath, despite […]

America Is In the Midst of a Series of Planned Genocidal Events / By Dave Hodges / September 27th, 2017 Contrary to what many may think, I have a number of friends in the mainstream media. Some of them do a great job, as much as they are premitted to do. Some of them who do not adhere to the topical constrains, such as Joshua Coy formerly […]

Overworked, Underpaid, & Overweight / by Tyler Durden / Jul 30, 2017 It’s a triple-whammy – Americans are overworked, Americans are underpaid, and, now, potentially as a result of these, Statista’s Isabel von Kessler writs that Americans are overweight – over 2 in 5 American workers have put on pounds at their present job. A survey by Harris Poll on behalf of CareerBuilder, asked workers what they thought contributed most to weight […]

Military Just Warned Americans To Exptect WAR With North Korea / Mac Slavo / July 23rd, 2017 Although most Americans are aware of the ever increasing tensions between North Korea and the United States, the military is no longer pulling any punches.  Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, suggested Saturday that Americans must be “prepared for the possibility of a military confrontation […]

These Job Trends in Silicon Valley, San Francisco Bay Area Will Hit Real Estate, the Economy, Municipal Budgets & Hype / by Wolf Richter / Jul 22, 2017 An ugly red flag for all of California goes up. The labor force in California fell by 19,900 in June from May on a seasonally adjusted basis, the second month in a row of declines. Nonfarm employment fell by 21,300. When was the last time when the labor […]

New Idea for Political Reform / by Martin Armstrong / Jun 2, 2017 The Belgian Historian and author David Van Reybrouck in his latest book, “Counter-elections”, has made a very interesting suggestion. He too has concluded that career politicians are just hopeless. It is so nice to see I am not alone. Van Reybrouck has proposed that politicians really cannot represent the […]

Subprime 2.0: Lending a $1 Trillion to People With No Proof of Job or Income / Graham Summers / May 23, 2017 SubPrime 2.0 is proving far worse than even we suspected. If you’ve not been following this story, our view is that the auto-loan industry is Subprime 2.0: the riskiest, worst area in a massive debt bubble, much as subprime mortgage lending was the riskiest worst part of the […]

Oh Say Can’t You See? / by Karl Denninger / 2017-04-21 You have to love The Atlantic and their “slant” on alleged “news”: Brick-and-mortar retail is having a meltdown, and economists are starting to see the effects in the job market. Overall retail employment has fallen every month this year. Department stores, including Macy’s and JC Penney, have shed nearly 100,000 jobs […]