America's approach to clean energy needs to be reformed if it is to meaningfully affect energy security or the environment, according to two new articles by Stanford writers.
Illinois borrowing costs are poised to rise about 22.5%. The nominal increase is about .34 percentage points as reported by Bloomberg.
On May 31, the annual Bilderberg conference will take place in Chantilly, Virgina. Every year the world’s elites meet to make decisions that could potentially have an affect on millions around the world.
Manipulative Gold ‘Fat Finger’ Or Algo Trade Worth $1.24 Billion The gold market was briefly shaken by an unusually large early morning sell order, which triggered a brief trading halt in gold futures
...become a Chinese farmer. He stopped by the Business Insider office to tell us why agricultural commodities are his top picks and what investors need to consider before diving into commodities.
Is Europe Sailing on the Titanic? - Pat Buchanan / The Ron Paul Revolution Is Alive and Well / Now Breitbart's Coroner Is Dead / The Empire's Latest Dastardly Scheme To enrich the vicious military-industrial complex - Paul Craig Roberts
LIKE Ron Paul U.S.A. on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/RonPaulUSA Ron Paul educates Paul Krugman on why we cannot inflate our way out of the economic crisis!
There is the world of real things…real work and real results. And there is a whole phony world of economists… commentators… speculators… blowhards and show-offs… hustlers and conmen… fools and knaves. Wall Street…and its victims.
Nothing much happened last week. Except that Ben Bernanke told investors that the fix was in…and the stock market went up. The chief of America’s central bank told the world that he was prepared for more QE whenever it was needed.
Steve Forbes says other candidates should listen to Ron Paul monetary policy. "Ron Paul Should be Chairman of the Federal Reserve"... NOT!
The Housing market is likely to remain weak and may take a generation or more to rebound, Yale economics professor Robert Shiller told Reuters Insider on Tuesday.
In a little more than 10 years, the total amount of student loan debt in this country has doubled to more than $1 trillion.
We hope all of our readers have a very restful, relaxing weekend, because you need to be prepared:
Is Spain beginning to collapse and, perhaps, the EU with it?
Oregon city stopping citizens from saving money in tough times.
U.S. economic growth cooled in the first quarter as businesses cut back on investment and restocked shelves at a moderate pace, but stronger demand for automobiles softened the blow.
Given The Dominance of The Machines, Do Flesh-and-Blood Traders Have a Chance?
In an example of just how deep the roots of Agenda 21 can reach, it is now obvious that the UN-generated guidelines are making their way through state legislatures as well as the federal branch.
After trying to tax Illinois to governmental solvency and economic dynamism, Pat Quinn, a Democrat who has been governor since 2009, now says “our rendezvous with reality has arrived.” Actually, Illinois is still reality-averse
(Can you say Plunge Protection Team) Trading by "real" investors is taking up the smallest share of US stock market volumes in more than a decade, according to a recent study. The findings highlight how US trading activity is increasingly being fuel
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Earlier this month, a judge approved a settlement between five major banks and nearly all of the state attorneys general.
The Federal Reserve says that everything is going to be okay. The Fed says that unemployment is going to go down, inflation is going to remain low and economic growth is going to steadily increase.
Inside and outside of Wells Fargo’s annual meeting in San Francisco yesterday, thousands of angry protesters decried the bank’s leading role in the loss of millions of American homes to foreclosure.
Nothing special in yesterday’s financial news. So let’s turn from farce to fraud…that is, to politics.
The paper dollar is now the single most important source of systemic risk to the financial system, the world economy, and the security of the American people.
Ben Bernanke always takes a lot of flak. People say he's going to print so much money that we're becoming Weimar. Other people say he's committing treason!
As big banks have repaid TARP loans in the past few years, it's become commonplace for government officials and certain pundits to tout the "profits" taxpayers made on the hugely controversial program.