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  • U.N. Says MH-17 Downing ‘May Be War Crime’; Russia Responds Photos Of Ukraine Shelling Are Fake

    With the start of the new weeks, and with the MH-17 tragedy increasingly more distant and blurred, with no definitive evidence on either presented so far, with a stripped black box revealing nothing, and with the Air Traffic control recordings still in... Read More >>

    Apocalypse Preview: Chinese River Turns Blood-Red

    Things in China are getting downright biblical. First it was the floating animal apocalypse: who can forget the 16,000 floating pigs, followed by a thousand dead ducks, culminating with 5 dead black swans. But nothing quite beats the dramatic impact of the... Read More >>

    The Chinese Vs Japanese Navy Head To Head: An Infographic

    Today is the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I. Perhaps just as importantly, this weekend is also the 120th anniversary of the first Sino-Japanese war: a war between China's Qing dynasty and Meiji Japan. A war which China lost, and which has been... Read More >>

    Ukrainian Fighter Jets Were With Malaysian Flight 17 When It Was Shot Down

    Senior U.S. officials now admit that the Malaysian airlines passenger plane was likely accidentally shot down. The Russian government claims Ukrainian fighter jets were flying very close to Malaysian Flight 17 when it was shot down. Eyewitness... Read More >>

    China’s Storm: 2016

    There never seems to be a day that goes by without someone predicting that China is going to go down the Yangtze and end up some creek without a paddle. There never seems to be a day that goes by without, whatever the results from the Middle Kingdom might... Read More >>

    Gary Shilling: ‘Q2 GDP Was Closer To 1 Percent Than To 3 Percent. It Could Even Be A Negative Number’

    This week, in the aftermath of the Q1 -2.9% GDP disaster, the biggest "non-recessionary" drop in 67 years which was blamed on harsh weather (because there have never been harsh winters in the past 67 years), we get the first glimpse of what Q2 GDP was in the... Read More >>

    China Expands Live-Fire Gulf Of Tonkin Drill; Warns Of Massive Flight Disruptions

    In a surprise announcement, China revealed that in addition to scheduled naval drills to be held near Vietnam (in case there isn't nearly enough tensions between China and the former US war foe) the country's Military of Defense announced that it would expand... Read More >>

    America’s Lost Decade: Typical Household Wealth Has Plunged 36 Percent Since 2003

    Does it feel like you're poorer? There is a simple reason why - you are! According to a new study by the Russell Sage Foundation, the inflation-adjusted net worth for the typical household was $87,992 in 2003. Ten years later, it was only $56,335, or a 36%... Read More >>

    Can The U.S. Go Bankrupt?

    When an individual goes bankrupt, he has spent more than his income. His debts and the interest on those debts exceed all the income he has to such a degree that they are beyond his ability to repay. Most people believe that national governments go... Read More >>

    Audit Reveals Huge Security Gaps In USDA Data Network

    An audit of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Universal Telecommunications Network released Thursday by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) reveals that almost half of the independent contractors sourced through an agreement with AT&T to manage... Read More >>

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