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California Wildfires Toll: 42 Dead, $1 Billion In Damages, 8400 Structures Destroyed

The California wildfires created one of the most devastating events in the state’s history. The newest updated numbers are giving us a glimpse into the peril caused in the Golden State. Thousands of people have been, and still, remain displaced by the fires in California know all too well how dire the situation has become. Now […]

Atlanta Fed vs NY Fed: Whose GDP Forecast Is Right?

Authored by Salil Mehta via Statistical Ideas blog, There is a 2/3 chance that both competing Federal Reserve 2017 Q1 GDP nowcasts are wrong! That’s an audacious prediction for the storied NY and Atlanta institutions (one of them led by my former big boss Timothy Geithner), and yet there is no way around the current confusion […]

Study Shows No Correlation Between Violent Crime and Gun Laws: “Really Isn’t Any Evidence”

This article was written by Joshua Krause and originally published at The Daily Sheeple.com. Editor’s Comment: Study Shows No Correlation Between Violent Crime and Gun Laws by Joshua Krause After every mass shooting, you can expect the gun control crowd to make the same exact argument that they’ve been trying to make for decades. They […]

14 People Shot in 15 Hours: Rahm Emanuel Calls for More Gun Legislation

This article was written by Joshua Krause and originally published at the Daily Sheeple. Editor’s Note: It is sad, but also ironic that Chicago remains the unofficial “murder capital of the world,” and yet there is nothing but calls for more gun control, and tougher punishment for crimes using guns. Obviously, the problems are not […]

While Gun Permits Increase, Murder Rate Drops: “Refutes Argument That More Guns Lead to More Violence”

As gun ownership and the number of concealed carry permits have soared under President Obama, who has been dubbed history’s greatest gun salesman, new statistics show that the murder rate has dropped significantly during the same period. While the well-funded gun control lobby has attempted to an image of increased violence among populations where guns […]

WealthCycles Video Report – April 2015

Hello and Welcome to the April edition of the WealthCycles Video Report.  In this episode Mike covers all of the big events in the last month that point to a weakening global dollar standard.  If events like these continue at the current rate, it won’t be long before the dollar loses its status as the world’s […]

Wealth Cycles Video Report – February 2015

  Hello and Welcome to the February 2015 edition of the WealthCylces Video Report.  The past month was relatively quiet after last month’s shock of the Swiss National Bank de-pegging from the euro, but a lot of lower profile events took place in the interim.  Be sure to watch this month’s report to get all […]

30 stats to show to anyone that does not believe the middle class is being destroyed

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. The 30 statistics that you are about to read prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the middle class in America is being systematically destroyed.  Once upon a time, the United States had the […]

If You Are Waiting For An “Economic Collapse”, Just Look At What Is Happening To Europe

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. If you are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the “economic collapse”, just open up your eyes and look at what is happening in Europe.  The entire continent is a giant economic mess right now.  Unemployment […]

WealthCycles: Gallup Offers Insight Into Crux of Economics: Human Behavior

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. When many of us in the United States talk about “economic indicators,” we’re referring to the reams of data and reports the U.S. government churns out from its various departments and bureaus monthly, quarterly and annually—such as the Consumer Price […]