Now Playing On Breitbart TV Featured Contributors The shootings at a Jewish community center in suburban Kansas City have now been officially deemed a hate crime, officials said on Monday. by Warner Todd Huston 14 Apr 2014 4 A shortage of whitefish in the Great Lakes region resulting partly from the winter deep freeze is coming at an inconvenient time for Jewish families: the Passover holiday, when demand is high because it's a key ingredient in a traditional recipe. from AP 14 Apr 2014 4
Wall Street’s resurgent prosperity frustrates its claims, and Obama’s The largest banks are larger than they were when Obama took office and are nearing the level of profits they were making before the depths of the financial crisis in 2008, according to government data. Wall Street firms — independent companies and the securities-trading arms of banks — are doing even better. They earned more in the first 21/2 years of the Obama administration than they did during the eight years of the George W.
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Markets heading to new danger zone: Zoellick SYDNEY Sun Aug 14, 2011 6:53pm EDT SYDNEY (Reuters) - The loss of market confidence in economic leadership in key countries like the United States and Europe coupled with a fragile economic recovery have pushed markets into a new danger zone, something that policymakers have to take seriously, the head of the World Bank said on Sunday. Speaking at the Asia Society dinner in Sydney, Robert Zoellick also said the global economy was going through a multi-speed recovery, with developing countries now the source of growth and opportunity. "What's happened in the past couple of weeks is there is a convergence of some events in Europe and the United States that has led many market participants to lose confidence in economic leadership of some of the key countries," he said. "I think those events combined with some of the other fragilities in the nature of recovery have pushed us into a new danger zone.
Thanks to Stephen Lerner’s detailed plan to bring down the U.S. economy by crippling the banks and causing the stock market to crash–so that the socialist utopia known as wealth distribution can ensue–”economic terrorism” has become the buzz-term among conservatives bloggers and talking heads at the moment, with people like Rush Limbaugh asking: “Is this not a form of terrorism this guy is preaching?” The term “economic terrorism” is even gaining some traction on Capitol Hill. As we reported yesterday, Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah sent a letter to Eric Holder, asking the justice department to investigate Lerner. What is Economic Terrorism and is Labor Radical Stephen Lerner Guilty of it? | The Blaze
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Russia and China Ditch U.S. Dollar for Bilateral Trade | The Blaze China and Russia have said they are renouncing the U.S. dollar and will instead use domestic currency in bilateral trade, the International Business Times reports. The move comes in an attempt to “protect” their economies. The IBT reports: “We agreed to expand the possibilities for application of national currencies during trade and economic contacts,” said Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin after holding talks with the Chinese premier Wen Jiabao.However, the move is not aimed at challenging the dollar but to protect their economies, as the countries started exploring other options in the wake of the global financial crisis.With Russian ruble already trading on the Chinese exchange, yuan trade in Moscow is expected to begin in early December.The bilateral trade between the two countries is estimated to reach above $50 billion by the end of 2010, according to the Russian government. A major chunk of the trade is transacted in US dollars currently.
WRAPUP 2-China raises RRR again as inflation fight intensifies Fri Nov 19, 2010 7:34am EST (Adds links) * China raises RRR to a record high for big banks * Move locks up about 350 bln yuan in cash * RRR increase milder than rate rise that market had feared * Inflation is running at its highest in more than two years
On Thursday, a 27-year old white Houston man was indicted for a hate crime for punching an unsuspecting 79-year old African American man. The incident occurred on November 24th and resulted in a broken jaw for the elderly victim. by Robert Wilde 115 Now Playing On Breitbart TV Sen. » Government: Destroying Your Wealth a Trillion Dollars at a Tim
Article Tools FacebookTwitterGoogle+EmailSharePrint Capital is the body fat of banking: too much is debilitating, too little is fatal. During the financial crisis, as large banks burned through their capital reserves, governments were forced to add padding at public expense. Now one of the most consequential decisions about new restraints on the banking industry — how much more capital banks should hold in their rainy day reserves — is being decided not on Capitol Hill but far from Washington, by a committee based in Basel, Switzerland, The New York Times’s Binyamin Appelbaum reports. Regulators Push for Global Rule on Bank Capital - DealBook Blog
As over-leveraged investment houses began to fail in September 2008, the leaders of the Republican and Democratic parties, of major corporations, and opinion leaders stretching from the National Review magazine (and the Wall Street Journal) on the right to the Nation magazine on the left, agreed that spending some $700 billion to buy the investors' "toxic assets" was the only alternative to the U.S. economy's "systemic collapse." In this, President George W. Bush and his would-be Republican successor John McCain agreed with the Democratic candidate, Barack Obama. Many, if not most, people around them also agreed upon the eventual commitment of some 10 trillion nonexistent dollars in ways unprecedented in America. They explained neither the difference between the assets' nominal and real values, nor precisely why letting the market find the latter would collapse America. America's Ruling Class -- And the Perils of Revolution
American Thinker: The CBO Warns the Nation; Is Anybody Listening? Warning signs are everywhere -- most of them carefully phrased and nuanced, but warnings, nevertheless. Greece and, closer to home, California are painful reminders of what could happen. CNBC is reporting that the Dow is repeating patterns that prevailed just before the Great Depression. The U.S. workforce suffered one its sharpest declines ever -- a drop of 652,000 -- in June. Economists claim that "wages are flirting with deflation."
If you think our economy is in bad shape now, just wait. To be sure, economic prospects for jobs and growth already are bleak, and the Obama administration has increased the national debt in less than two years from over $10.632 trillion in January 2009 to $13.561 trillion in September 2010, resulting in a record 30% increase in public debt. But fear not. Some of our brightest leaders have got the perfect solution to all these problems: Charles Evans, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, called for the Fed to do more to charge up the economy, including a new program of U.S. Treasury bond purchases and possibly a declaration that it wants inflation to rise for a time beyond its informal 2% target. ...The Fed is now considering whether to add to its $2.3-trillion portfolio of securities and loans by ramping up purchases of U.S. American Thinker: Is the Federal Reserve Destroying the Dollar?
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American Thinker: The Truth about the Unemployment Rate in Ameri Changes in the unemployment rate are driven by interaction of job destruction, which consists of job losses through voluntary and involuntary job termination and job creation resulting in the hiring of employees. This interplay of job destruction and job creation drives the changes and direction of the unemployment rate. James Sherk at the Heritage Institute points out in his latest article that job losses in the current recession are not as severe as they were during the recession in 2001. The reason the unemployment rate is so much higher in the current recession is due to the lack of job creation.
America's public debt recently exceeded 13 trillion. This is more than 90 percent of the country's GDP. Public debts of more than 60 percent of GDP are considered unhealthy. Public debts above 90 percent of GDP cause severe disruptions in the country's financial framework and the economy at large. According to the Obama administration, America's public debt will exceed 100 percent of GDP in the next fiscal year. History shows that most countries whose debt exceeds this mark are rarely able to control it. American Thinker: America's Predicament