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The Wall Street Journal

A severe shock from Europe—a disorderly Greek default on its debt, perhaps, or a wholesale breakup of the euro zone—could derail the fragile U.S. economic recovery.

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Lew Rockwell

The problem in Europe, for both banks and governments, is insolvency everywhere one looks. This was brought about by too much debt and too much financial leverage by issuing debt. The only known solutions are (a) default, and (b) printing money to pa

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Hulu.com

Governments, progressives, capitalism, and big corporations are the criminals in this feature-length documentary describing the problems of poverty and how to resolve them. Narrated by Martin Sheen.

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The Agitator

. . . is the one that churns outside of the grasp of any government. With only a mobile phone and a promise of money from his uncle, David Obi did something the Nigerian government has been trying to do for decades: He figured out how to bring

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NY Times

Several lawmakers in the governing Socialist Party rejected Mr. Papandreou’s surprise plan for a popular referendum on the Greek bailout, raising the possibility that he will not survive a no-confidence vote scheduled for Friday that depends on his h

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online.wsj.com

NEW YORK—U.S. financial stocks slid in a broad global stock-market slide, as Greece's plans for a referendum fueled worries that the euro-zone bailout plan might fall apart.

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www.thedailybell.com

Conversation shall turn to the IMF's SDR currency-in-waiting and how the IMF should serve as global central bank, dishing out its incomprehensible basket-fiat currency to all and sundry. This is perhaps the REAL plan – or one of several plans,

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