Archive for August, 2010

It’s that if the poorest families spent as much money educating their children as they do on wine, cigarettes and prostitutes, their children’s prospects would be transformed.

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"Overdose": documentary on the financial debacle and coming crisis, featuring Peter Schiff, Gerald Celente, David M. Walker (former U.S. Comptroller General), and Nobel Prize winner (Economics) Vernon Smith.

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China to cut rare earth exports by 72%

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China to Globe: “No More Rare Earth”

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The Real Costs of Rail Projects – Why is public transit more expensive than it used to be? — Rail transit’s great enemy isn’t public support or political will but its enormous price tag.

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Greece ends pensions for dead people

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Income disparities between rich and poor widened as government regulations eased and bank failures rose.

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What If We Ditched Quantitative Easing and Just Printed (and Distributed) Cash?

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Is there a bubble in the bond market?

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Foot Massage Price Doubles With Chinese Doubting Inflation Data – Bloomberg.com

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Housing in Ten Words

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Was Alaska Purchase from the Russians a Good Deal?

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Study find hardworking, unselfish, people are the least popular in any work group – because most people think they make them look bad in comparison.

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Economic analysis of market returns by President

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Graduates in the UK warned of a record 70 applicants for every job, some sectors have over 200 applicants for every available job

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Beck dismisses economic agenda of civil rights movement

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Cash-Poor Governments Ditching Public Hospitals

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INSIDE JOB Official Trailer in HD! SonyPicturesClassics

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The Revenge of Main Street | The Economic Populist – Wall Street has a problem. You see Wall Street functions much like Las Vegas. Their immense wealth depends on the continuing myth that their games aren’t rigged, and the willful denial of reality by the suckers.

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Gene Simmons vs. The Fed

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