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Is the Fed Laundering Treasury Purchases?

Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog

Hello Everyone!  This interview caught our attention, and we wanted to bring it to your attention… “Is the Fed Laundering Treasury Purchases?”  Well the answer to that question is YES, according to Dr. Paul Craig Roberts (Chairman of  The Institute for Political Economy, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy during the Reagan administration, and former Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal).  Do you think he knows a thing or two about how the Federal Reserve, the U.S. Treasury and the treasury market works?  You can read about this issue and see the interview Video posted today on Greg Hunter’s Read more

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Is Aereo Legal? What the Supreme Court Is Deciding: Video – Bloomberg

Supported devicesHello Everyone!  Are you tired of paying outrageous oligopoly fees to the cable companies to view your favorite TV programs?  Well, there’s a new solution in about a dozen major cities across the U.S., and it’s making its way to your neck of the woods.  That is…if the U.S. Supreme Court doesn’t stop them in a major lawsuit by industry leading broadcasters.  The business is called Aereo.   As we post this, the U.S. Supreme Court is currently hearing the case, and is due to announce its decision in late June or early July before their summer break. Read more

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Is The US Economy A House Of Cards?

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts - IPE

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts – IPE U.S. Unemployment Rate U.S. GDP Annual Growth


Good Morning Everyone!  Each day, we listen to various forms of  news media talking about our economic recovery…that the economy is bouncing back from the great recession.  We do see evidences that there are pockets of recovery, particularly in the areas of oil and natural gas.  But as a nation as a whole, what type of recovery are we seeing?  What are the majority of new jobs being created?  Locally here in Petaluma, CA we see new shopping centers sprouting up.  That’s good right?  Well…what types of jobs are being created?  Retail.  While these jobs are necessary, they are the lowest paying.  We’ve also noticed that there are many vacancies in these new shopping centers.  So what does that say?  Are the developers simply ahead of the economic curve and anticipating a stronger recovery ahead?  Is the economy truly recovering, and if so, how meaningful is this “recovery”…or is it merely a temporary uptick…or is it possibly a house of cards? Read more