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Shale gas revolution and higher exports sees US trade deficit fall 12.9pc to $34.3bn...
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In This Issue.

*  Tight ranges for currencies & metals.
*  Euro is only currency to break out.
*  Aussie Trade Deficit prints better than expected.
*  Trends.

And, Now, Today's Pfennig For Your Thoughts!

Yellen Is Confirmed.

Good Day!  And a Tom Terrific Tuesday to you! Burrrrrrr. It's cold! It's the real life version of the hit movie: The Big

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Senator Bernie Sanders is starting to ask questions many in the media and public have wanted to know for some time – is the NSA spying on other government officials? And if so, is the agency using that information as leverage to further its own power?

In response to Sanders’ public questioning the NSA refused to deny it was spying on...

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The President and Republicans Are Both Wrong on Deficit Reduction

In early Summer 2013, Class Conscience interviewed Dr. Edward J. Nell, the Malcolm B. Smith Professor of Economics at the New School for Social Research in New York City. Both Drs. Stephanie Kelton and Mathew Forstater were students of Dr. Nell. 

The President and Republicans Are Both...

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Supporting the central state to protect your favored cartels is simply pimping for the Empire.

The central illusion of both Left (so-called Progressives) and Right (so-called conservatives) is that the Central State's essentially unlimited powers can be narrowly directed to further their agenda.

(I say "so-called" because the "Progressives" are...
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When risk vanishes, so does creativity.

Which characteristics lead to success? Which lead to greatness?  Let's start by pondering companies that were once dominant in their respective fields: Microsoft and Nokia. Microsoft recently bought Nokia's mobile phone business, once valued at $240 billion, for $7.2 billion. Nokia's share of the global...
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The Roundup for January 3rd, 2013

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Hey folks. Hope your week went well.

International Developments

Overall

- With a new base in Okiwana, the citizens are, once again, “ sacrificed ” for both Japanese and U.S. military concerns.

- The U.S. had waived laws that banned Chinese parts to use such parts in their F-35 . Sure am glad to hear that!

Middle East

- More than 100 die...

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Coaltion split on economy as Vince Cable warns that eight per cent increase in a year risks another bubble...
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In a wide-ranging conversation with

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The 25 Best Progressive Victories of 2013 (HuffPo)

Peter Dreier highlights real accomplishments from the progressive movement last year, ranging from momentum on the minimum wage to continued pressures on Wall Street. He plugs the Roosevelt Institute for its involvement in the fight to reduce student

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