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  • Bernie Sanders: “The Business Model Of Wall Street Is Fraud”

    During a recent interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Bernie Sanders exclaimed: “I think the business model of Wall Street is fraud.” Basically. Unfortunately, it will never change until serious jail sentences are handed out for the serious fraud, as... Read More >>

    Ukraine Reignites – 50 Injured After Grenade Attack On Parliament

    Amid the Ukraine government's vote for constitutional changes to give its eastern regions a special status (that it hopes will blunt their separatist drive) protests have turned deadly as RT reports 50 Ukrainian nation guards have been injured in a grenade... Read More >>

    It Gets Even Uglier In Canada

    The Province of Alberta, the epicenter of the Canadian oil bust, may be sliding into something much worse than a plain-vanilla recession. And it’s not exactly perking up the rest of Canada. Layoffs are already cascading through the oil patch, as... Read More >>

    Two Big Winners From China’s Big Slowdown

    How panicked were investors last week about China's stock market plunge? Enough to treat the Korean peninsula, a place that was teetering on the brink of war, as a safe haven. Even as policy makers braced for renewed military confrontation between North and... Read More >>

    Fiorina May Find Center Stage Uncomfortable

    There is a strong desire in Republican circles for Carly Fiorina to be on the main stage in the next presidential debate. Few in the party say the former Hewlett-Packard chief executive has any chance of winning the nomination or even think she is the best... Read More >>

    Why Trump Won’t Win The Nomination

    Donald Trump is not high on my list of people who ought to be the president of the United States. I would prefer a candidate who has a track record of conservatism. Who supports free trade. Who has served in elective office. Who can keep his petty resentments... Read More >>

    Clinton’s Superdelegate Tipping Point

    Mark Halperin and Jennifer Epstein, at Bloomberg Politics, report that Hillary Clinton’s campaign is claiming commitments from as many as 440 superdelegates, perhaps giving her an insurmountable lead in the race for the approximately 2,250 delegates needed... Read More >>

    U.S. Producing More Natural Gas Than Ever

    The U.S. is producing more natural gas than ever in 2015, despite low prices that make it increasingly difficult for companies to spend money on drilling. In fact, the government's Energy Information Administration forecasts a 5.4% increase in output this... Read More >>

    Key Fed-moving Reports On Jobs, Manufacturing, Service Sector On Way

    After last week's market turmoil, the Federal Reserve is facing a higher bar to raise interest rates next month for the first time in nearly a decade. But if it's going to move, critical economic reports this week — including on jobs and the manufacturing... Read More >>

    Americans Prioritize Wealth Over Health

    In funding retirement, we are essentially on our own. The era of the company pension plan is long gone and according to a recent study by Schwab Retirement Services, it appears that Americans are understanding the important role participation in their... Read More >>

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