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A Hillary Clinton victory Would Tank the Economy #VoteTrump

Peter Morici, A recession is likely, but not certain, over the next four years. If Hillary Clinton is elected and cajoles Republicans in Congress to go along with a significant portion of her economic agenda, the odds and consequences of real damage are significantly higher. The current economic recovery is one of the longest but

The Strange Impact of the Presidential Debates

Dan Celia, Soon after the first presidential debate, we saw markets increase more than three-quarters of a percent. That followed a dip Monday prior to the evening debate. Some headlines told us that these alarm bells came from a possible Donald Trump presidency. Can we expect to see similar trends before and after the next debate

Republicans Slam Clinton for Deutsche Speeches as Firm Slumps

The Republican National Committee reignited calls for Hillary Clinton to release details surrounding her paid private speeches to Deutsche Bank on Thursday just as the firm’s New York-listed shares fell to a record low.  Officials from the German-bank, which U.S. regulators slapped with a massive $14 billion fine earlier this month, paid the Clintons $955,000 between 2012

Charlotte not budging on ordinance that spurred North Carolina bathroom law

The mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, refused on Monday to back off an ordinance that had aimed to expand anti-discrimination protections for gay and transgender people in the state’s largest city but also sparked a controversial state law. The Republican leaders of North Carolina’s legislature said in a statement late on Sunday they believed their

Mainstream Media Finally Admits Mass Banker œSuicides Were Likely A Vast Criminal Conspiracy

Activist Post – by Jay Syrmopoulos In 2015 there was a popular “conspiracy theory” floating around the Internet after a rash of mysterious “suicides” by high-profile banking professionals. What once looked like wild speculation is now beginning to resemble a vast criminal conspiracy connected to the Libor, interest-rigging scandal.   Over forty international bankers allegedly

3 More Companies Issuing Major Layoffs

Gov’t Slaves (Wayne Duggan)  With the addition of 200,000 private sector jobs in March, the U.S. job market is at its strongest point since the financial crisis. However, companies like Schlumberger (SLB), HP Inc (HPQ) and Boeing (BA) are still drastically cutting their workforces.   Schlumberger (SLB) The U.S. oil industry has slammed to a screeching halt

12 Numbers About The Global Financial Ponzi Scheme, Should Be Burned Into Your Brain

Michael Snyder | Economic Collapse  The numbers that you are about to see are likely to shock you.  They prove that the global financial Ponzi scheme is far more extensive than most people would ever dare to imagine.  As you will see below, the total amount of debt in the world is now more than