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* The euro takes off for higher ground. * Krugman blasts Finland's decision to join euro. * Aussie Retail Sales & Trade Deficit send A$'s down * Chuck shares a funny (to him!).

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Treasury Yields Soar Higher!.

Good day. And a Tub Thumpin' Thursday to you!  Well, looky there! Look who's...

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Our focus should not be on the glory of the past (piloted aircraft) or protecting institutional turf but on building a true air superiority fleet of drones that the nation can actually afford.
The tragedy of broken systems is they eventually reach a perfection of their pathologies. In the U.S. weapons acquisition system, that ultimate failure is...
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Sorkin on the Street’s Surge of Suicides: Ignoring the Obvious

By William K. Black Quito: June 2, 2015

Andrew Ross Sorkin wrote two related columns only two weeks apart, but ignored his first column in writing his second. The May 15, 2015 report by the University of Notre Dame on the results of its survey of financial sector participants...

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* Greece and creditors nearing a final agreement. * Dollar's broad based rally comes to an end. * ECB on cruise control, as economy heals * Mining Co. writes to CFTC.

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Tsipras' Agreement Would Mean No More Grexit!

Good day..  And a Wonderful Wednesday to you! Well, no soul searching...

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A security breach can land a large company with a bill of close to £1.5m a new report on cyber attacks reveals...
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We measured every bull cycle of gold stocks and found there have been eight distinct upcycles since 1975. We also discovered something exciting: Only one was less than a double. (A second was 99.9%.) Even more enticing is that the biggest one—a 601.5% advance in the early 2000s—occurred just after a prolonged bear market. And our current...
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The Volcker Rule Doesn’t Violate NAFTA

This one is for the Finance Minister of Canada, Joe Oliver. He erroneously claims that the Volcker rule, implemented as part of the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, violates The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), signed into law on December 8, 1993.

Oliver...

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* Mixed Bag-o-results of data. * RBI cuts rates 25 Basis Points. * Tsipras say (again) that a deal is done! * China makes a scary announcement.

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RBA Leaves Rates Unchanged.

Good day..  And a Tom Terrific Tuesday to you! Well, I had a difficult time...

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 |

Liberation Is Unprofitable

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12 examples of how liberation is not profitable and therefore it must be marginalized, outlawed, proscribed or ridiculed.
If we had to summarize the sickness of our economy and society, we could start by noting that  liberation is unprofitable , and whatever is not profitable to vested interests is marginalized, outlawed, proscribed or...

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