Monday, December 22, 2014
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Sunday, December 21, 2014
Economic Collapse Blog) - Do you want to know if the stock market is going to crash next year? Just keep an eye on junk bonds. Prior to the horrific collapse of stocks in 2008, high yield debt collapsed first. And as you will see below, high yield debt is starting to crash again. The primary reason for this is the price of oil. The energy sector accounts for approximately 15 to 20 percent of the entire junk bond market, and those energy bonds are taking a tremendous beating right now.
This panic in energy bonds is infecting the broader high yield debt market, and investors have been pulling money out at a frightening pace. And as I have written about previously, almost every single time junk bonds decline substantially, stocks end up following suit. So don’t be fooled by the fact that some comforting words from Janet Yellen caused stock prices to jump over the past couple of days. If you really want to know where the stock market is heading in 2015, keep a close eye on the market for high yield debt.
Infowars) - The Supreme Court ruled this week that police officers will not be held accountable for violating the rights of Americans if they have a “mistaken understanding” of legislation.
In other words, if a cop doesn’t know the law, they can do whatever they want to you.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
the children of Satan.
(Video, Source: WND) - The date was Dec. 24, 1914 – Christmas Eve.
In the battered trenches of World War I’s Western Front near Saint-Yvon, Belgium, a crisp, winter wind was wisping away the scents of gunpowder, smoke and blood.
But on that same breeze, exactly 100 years ago this Christmas, the British troops, worn and weary in their midnight trenches, heard a familiar tune come wafting over the battlefield. It was the German troops, just a few yards away in trenches of their own, singing the traditional Christmas Carol, “Stille Nacht.” English speakers know the song better as “Silent Night.”
(Source: Breitbart) - On Thursday, US Attorney General Eric Holder announced a new interpretation of the Civil Rights Act meant to prevent employers from discriminating against people who claim the status of a transgendered person.
Godless: How One Man Is Terrorizing Neighbors With a Hostile Holiday Decoration Display. ‘Merry Christmas’ Sign Removed After Complaint In Marshfield.
WEB Notes: Some people are wicked to the core. This is an individual who loves to cause problems and intentionally tries to hurt people. He will have a lot to answer for I am sure.
I have noticed as the years play out there is less Christmas Spirit in the air. Homes are not decorated like they once were. "Merry Christmas" to a passerby is no longer uttered. The Salvation Army bells at the stores ring in between "phone checks" or only when the bell ringer see's someone coming. We have all let the Spirit of Christmas diminish by not doing our part. Instead of saying nothing I challenge everyone when they go out to say "Merry Christmas!"
How One Man Is Terrorizing Neighbors With a Hostile Holiday Decoration Display
(Source: Yahoo) - Homeowners on Fairley Road in Ross Township, Pennsylvania, say their neighbor Bill Ansell is terrorizing them year round with his hostile anti-Christmas spirit.
Obamacare offers firms $3,000 incentive to hire illegals over native-born workers".
(Source: Daily Caller) - Fewer Americans born in the U.S. have jobs now than were employed to November 2007, despite a working-age population growth of 11 million.
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(Source: RT) - The Fitch rating agency has cut the long-term credit rating of Venezuela two notches to triple-C, saying a default is highly likely, as slumping oil prices make the country one of the biggest victims.
Friday, December 19, 2014
"BP announces layoffs as West Texas crude hits $59 a barrel, Congress agrees that big banks can be insured by the FDIC & Former VP: Dick Cheney says that the CIA report is “full of crap”.'
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U.S. and Cuba have restored diplomatic ties after more than 60 years a part. I repeat this often, but the government of Syria was re-elected months ago winning over 89% of the vote.
(Source: Yahoo) - The U.N. General Assembly on Thursday approved resolutions criticizing the human rights situations of North Korea, Iran and Syria.
North Korea has been outraged by the resolution that urges the U.N. Security Council to refer the country's human rights situation to the International Criminal Court. The council will meet for the first time Monday on North Korea's human rights violations.
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American troops battle ISIS for first time as they see off attempted attack by militants on Iraqi base
(Source: Daily Mail) - A number of militants have been killed in Islamic State's very first battle with U.S. ground troops after the extremists attempted to overrun an Iraqi military base.
(Source: RT) - Banks in Russia will get a government boost to finance debt and projects as the country risks recession. On Friday, the State Duma passed the last two readings of a law to allocate up to 10 percent, or $6.54 billion, from a sovereign wealth fund.
LA Times) - To the editor: In response to a letter from California Bankers Assn. chief Rodney Brown about my concern with Congress repealing an important financial reform, it should escape no one that the public is still on the hook when the largest banks face their next financial crisis. ("How easing federal bank rules helps consumers," Readers React, Dec. 14)
As a reminder, when the financial industry imploded in 2008, Congress had to pass a special law to fund a $700-billion bailout, of which nearly $250 billion went directly to the largest banking firms. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. had nowhere near enough resources to fund their resolution.
(Source: Politico) - The IRS is considering its own temporary shutdown due to recent budget cuts enacted by Congress, its chief said Thursday.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said furloughs — forced unpaid days off for employees as part of an IRS closure — is one idea reluctantly being tossed about to save money, though they are hoping they will not have to go there.