Monthly Archive: April 2015

Apr 30

Ten Wonderful Things I’m Grateful For (Irony Alert)

Charles Hugh Smith Being grateful boosts your happiness. Ten wonderful things I’m grateful for. Since every volume on the nearly endless shelf of pop psychology self-help books recommends working up some gratitude as the key to happiness, I’ve conjured up a list of what I’m grateful for. (Please turn your irony setting on.) 1. I’m …

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Apr 30

Today’s News April 30, 2015

USDJPY, Nikkei Tumble After Bank Of Japan Disappoints Japanese stocks and USDJPY are back below the lows of the US day-session following The Bank of Japan’s decision not to stimulate further (despite all the collapsing economic evidence one might need to do such a thing). Investors were clearly hoping for moar (even if economists weren’t). …

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Apr 29

Truth Is Washington’s Enemy — Paul Craig Roberts

Truth Is Washington’s Enemy Paul Craig Roberts US Representative Ed Royce (R, CA) is busy at work destroying the possibility of truth being spoken in the US. On April 15 at a hearing before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs of which Royce is chairman, Royce made use of two minor presstitutes to help him …

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Apr 29

Today’s News April 29, 2015

Turning America Into A Battlefield: A Blueprint For Locking Down The Nation Submitted by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will …

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Apr 28

What Makes Brussels More Equal Than Everyone Else?

Dutch daily Algemeen Dagblad ran a little article recently that we’re surprised no other news organization picked up. It concerned a proposal in the European Parliament in which theparliamentarians got to vote on raising their own paycheck (always a good idea). The best thing about the story is that not everyone voted in favor. Most …

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