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www.dailykos.com

An Italian radio program's story about Iceland’s on-going revolution is a stunning example of how little our media tells us about the rest of the world.

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www.sovereignman.com

On to this week’s questions. First, Jennifer asks, “Simon, each day you are writing from some exotic location; what are you doing in these places? I mean, I know you’re working on something, but what exactly are you doing? Why do you travel so much?”

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The Political Commentator

TED Spread revisited as the yield of 3-month LIBOR and the 2-year US treasury invert! What is the TED Spread? This from The Political Commentator back in July: "As a barometer of the "flight to quality" of funds around the world, the TED Sprea

News Link • Global Reported By Michael Haltman
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http://www.thedailybell.com/

The basic unwillingness of politicians to face economic and financial realities has caused the United States and European Union to face currency collapse. The politicians are content literally to paper over the problem with massive amounts of newly p

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http://tradehillblog.com/

In the coming weeks we’re going to roll out a beta of our new wallet and merchant services on Bitcoin.com. Our goal with Bitcoin.com is to make Bitcoin more accessible to everyone in the world by developing an ultra-simple set of Bitcoin services.

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blog.mises.org

Toby Baxendale has informed me that the Keynes v Hayek debate, originally held at LSE on July 26, 2011, and broadcast on the BBC on August 3, will be repeated on the BBC on Wednesday, August 24, at 9am (UK time, presumably), on the Radio 4 show “Anal

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lewrockwell.com

So, Doug London has suffered more damage from recent rioting than from anything else since the Blitzkrieg; the stock market had its most volatile week in years; gold shot well north of $1,800; and the U.S. government almost crashed into its debt ceil

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www.cnbc.com

Stocks were off their session lows after European markets closed, but the major averages were still sharply lower across the board following a handful of disappointing economic news and over continuing worries over the stability of euro zone banks.

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Reuters

Gold rallied to its second record high in a week on Thursday, driven by growing investor unease over the outlook for the U.S. economy after data showed an unwelcome pickup in inflation, and over the lack of resolution to the European debt crisis.

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Bloomberg

Asian stocks fell for the first time in four days after two Federal Reserve officials said they opposed a pledge to keep U.S. interest rates at record lows and as the yen rose toward a post-World War II high. Honda Motor Co., a carmaker that gets

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Reuters

Japanese shares fell on Wednesday, dragged down mainly by hi-tech firms, while the euro wobbled after French and German leaders failed to deliver a solution to the euro zone debt crisis and restore investor confidence after a global market rout. E

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www.ft.com

Twenty years after the Soviet Union collapsed, Vladimir Putin, the Russian prime minister, may not, as is sometimes alleged, be trying to recreate it. But he is pursuing a different project – to build a “quasi-European Union” out of former Soviet sta

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www.bloomberg.com

Switzerland, the nation that hasn’t gone to war with a foreign power since Napoleon, is reluctantly debating a generational taboo: ceding monetary independence to win a battle over its runaway currency.

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lewrockwell.com

If the sovereign government debt situation in Europe is anywhere near a final economic solution, why do the heads of Germany and France keep meeting? These meetings are getting more frequent.

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Russia Today

Following the loss of the US’s triple-A credit score which sparked sell-offs on global markets, a new war using financial derivatives has been waged, which by no means can bear the name of WWIII, financial analyst Max Keiser told RT. Investors how

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