Breaking Up the Big Wall Street Banks is Back in the Headlines

by Pam Martens and Russ Martens Wall Street on Parade

In the past two weeks, newspaper headlines have revived the debate on whether the mega Wall Street banks continue to pose a systemic threat to the U.S. banking system and the economy. This is a desperately needed public debate that demands facts – not a […]

Government Shutdown: A Looming Threat… Or a Manufactured Crisis?

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from RonPaulLibertyReport


New Poll: Record Number of Americans Want MORE Government in Their Lives

by Simon Black Sovereign Man

In a poll conducted a few days ago by NBC News / Wall Street Journal, a record 57% of Americans responded that they want MORE government in their lives, and that the government should be doing more to solve people’s problems.

That’s the highest percentage since they started asking […]

After Hours / Evan Sayet: Liberals Not Doing Anything

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from BillWhittleChannel


Silver’s… Comeback and Other Important Signals

by Przemyslaw Radomski Silver Seek

The most prominent action in the precious metals market that we saw last week, took place in silver – the white metal closed the week below the important long-term support/resistance line, thus invalidating the previous breakout. However, there’s more to the precious metals market than just the action in silver. […]

It’s Insanity! Its Out of Control! – Macro Analytics with Gordon T. Long and John Rubino

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from GordonTLong

The 56 French Villages Where Marine Le Pen Didn’t Get a Single Vote

from Zero Hedge

Despite coming second in the results, trailing Macron by just over 2% in the final vote, there were several places in France where Marine Le Pen didn’t manage to get a single vote: 56 places in fact.

The map below, courtesy of, shows a zoomed out version of the map […]

The Real Reason

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from TruthNeverTold


Does America Have a Technology Platform Monopoly Problem?

by Michael Krieger Liberty Blitzkrieg

Last week, I wrote a post titled, What Can an Overhyped Silicon Valley Juice Company Tell Us About the U.S. Economy. Here’s how I ended the piece:

Finally, and perhaps most concerning, look at a couple of the entities that helped fund Juciero to the tune of […]

Before and After Sharia Law: A Cautionary Tale

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from Rebel Media


Can Macron Save the World? Save France?

by Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock Mish Talk

The markets appear giddy today over the election prospects of Emanuel Macron in France.

Equities are up along with bond yields. Gold is down. The day is still young though.

Macron won round one of the French election yesterday and will square off against Marine Le Pen in round […]

Stocks Vault Higher with Bond Yields. US Dollar, Metals Under Pressure

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from Gregory Mannarino