yanisvaroufakis.eu / By Yanis Varoufakis / December 7, 2013
For the first time since the beginning of the bailout, the Greek authorities promised to oppose the demands of the troika and stated that it will not apply new austerity measures for the budget of 2014. Do you believe that, at the end, Samaras’ [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 12/04/2013 08:53 -0500
Moments ago, the Census Bureau announced that in October the US trade gap narrowed to $40.6 billion (which still missed expectations of “only” a $40 billion deficit) from an upward revised September deficit of $43 billion, as oil sales boosted exports to [...]
etfdailynews.com / November 25th, 2013 / By Jeff Clark
Jeff Clark: Can you name a commodity that’s currently in a supply deficit—in other words, production and scrap material can’t keep up with demand? How about two?
If you find that difficult to answer, it’s because there aren’t very many.
When you do find [...]
garynorth.com / By Gary North / November 15, 2013
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office is acting in a bipartisan way to cover up the biggest single threat to the bipartisan political alliance that is stripping America of its wealth: the United States Congress.
There is no question that the following policy is bipartisan. [...]