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Daily Digest 5/29 - Shakeout Threatens U.S. Shale Patch, The Thirsty West

Thursday, May 29, 2014, 10:48 AM
  • No, you can't remotely turn on phones
  • Ron Holland on the U.S. Imperium, Coming Dollar Difficulties and the Advantages of Investing Abroad
  • This Is What Happens When You Hack and Extort the ‘Bitcoin Jesus’ 
  • The psychology of Soylent and the prison of first-world food choices
  • Not Enough Wind To Fill U.S. Renewable Energy Sails
  • Ukraine: The Real Energy Crisis Starts in June
  • Shakeout threatens U.S. shale patch as frackers go for broke
  • The Thirsty West: 10 Percent of California’s Water Goes to Almond Farming
  • It Takes How Much Water to Grow an Almond?! 
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Daily Digest 5/28 - EU Austerity Rethink Urged, Tuition Hikes Anger Students

Wednesday, May 28, 2014, 9:20 AM
  • Spain should increase tax take, get debt down – IMF
  • City Projects $27-$34 Million Deficit - Won't Rule Out Tax Increase
  • Police, fire pension 'deal' faces rocky future
  • Unpaid water bills lead to thousands of liens that could result in more foreclosures
  • Korea's household debt reaches record high
  • As interest rates rise, students struggle to pay loans
  • Students plead poverty as U of O hikes tuition
  • New Costs From Health Law Snarl Union Contract Talks
  • EU Austerity Rethink Urged as Voters Back Protest Parties
  • France's Hollande calls for EU to reduce role
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Daily Digest 5/27 - Let Kids Run Wild In The Woods, Is College Worth It?

Tuesday, May 27, 2014, 1:19 PM
  • Jim Rogers: Giants ditching dollar over US foreign policies
  • Is College Worth It? Clearly, New Data Say
  • Let Kids Run Wild in the Woods
  • Applying the Lessons of Politics to Green Power
  • Silver to Gold Ratio: 27 years of Data
  • Can Rural Brooks Actually Pose A Threat To The Environment?
  • Algae biofuel can help meet world energy demand, researchers say
  • Animals Are Adapting to Climate Change in Remarkable Ways Before Our Very Eyes
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Daily Digest 5/26 - Hemp Enters the Mainstream, Retail Death Rattle Grows Louder

Monday, May 26, 2014, 10:58 AM
  • When Does the Story Break?
  • Retail Death Rattle Grows Louder
  • Draghi Says Timing Key as ECB Watches for Negative Spiral
  • Marc Faber Part 1 – Money printing doesn’t help the average person
  • Hemp Enters the Mainstream
  • Federal Reserve Admits Truth In Internal Memo: "Prices Continue To Rise Between 3% And 33%"
  • Kashagan
  • How Much Oil Can California Produce? Much Less Than We Thought
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Daily Digest 5/25 - The Return Of Pink Slime, Russia to supply China with gas for 30 years

Sunday, May 25, 2014, 12:36 PM
  • Jamie Dimon’s sinister P.R. ploy: What’s really behind JPMorgan’s Detroit investment
  • The Solution To Record Meat Prices: The Return Of Pink Slime
  • Why We’re Ungovernable, Part 9: Crime Becomes Growth
  • Rickards: Janet Yellen’s Fed playbook
  • Russia to supply China with gas for 30 years
  • 7 States Running Out Of Water: 24/7 Wall St.
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Daily Digest 5/24 - HP Axes More Jobs, Tech Poison Killing Chinese

Saturday, May 24, 2014, 11:32 AM
  • The Government Isn't Very Good at Deciding What to Keep Secret
  • Congress Blocks the NSA From Meddling With Encryption Standards. Finally.
  • U.S. Gains in a Spat With China Over Tariffs
  • Tech poison killing Chinese
  • Ukraine Faces Struggle to Gain Control of Militias, Including Those on Its Side
  • What China Property Crash? Economists See Growth Bump
  • HP axes up to 16,000 more jobs
  • 13 Vintage Pictures of Sheep Shearing
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Daily Digest 5/23 - Corporate Profits And Market Crashes, Can $20K Houses Save the American Dream?

Friday, May 23, 2014, 10:12 AM
  • Broke and Broken? The Psychological Effects of Poverty
  • $200 Million Could Curb Pension Cuts in Detroit
  • Corporate Profits and Market Crashes
  • Can These $20,000 Houses Save the American Dream?
  • Brian Williams Scores Edward Snowden's First American Television Interview
  • Agreement for South Stream construction in Serbia to be concluded soon
  • Competing Visions for Russia’s Economic Future
  • China’s Oil Giant At Center Of Corruption Probe
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Daily Digest 5/22 - The CA Shale Bubble Just Burst, A 40 Year Gold Perspective

Thursday, May 22, 2014, 10:30 AM
  • Everyone is totally just winging it, all the time
  • The Truth About Chicago's Crime Rates
  • P. Craig Roberts on Elite Domination & Chris Martenson on Risk & Asset Allocation
  • The Collapse of the International Monetary System and the Petrodollar, Part II
  • Apple Helps Cops Hide Police Brutality
  • Pierre Lassonde: Mining Cycles Are Good for Royalty Companies and Investors
  • Gold - A 40 Year Perspective
  • Bullying Is Good For Your Health
  • Permaculture Poised to Conquer the Caribbean
  • EIA Cuts Recoverable California Shale Estimates By 96%
  • The California Shale Bubble Just Burst
  • Synthetic Gas: False Friend For China’s Clean Air Drive?
  • Improved supercapacitors for super batteries, electric vehicles
  • How Rising Seas Could Sink Nuclear Plants On The East Coast
  • The Biggest Mideast Crisis You Probably Don’t Know Enough About
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Daily Digest 5/21 - Housing Debt Still Traps 10m Americans, Platinum Shortage Widens

Wednesday, May 21, 2014, 9:37 AM
  • L.A. city panel delivers victory to municipal labor unions
  • Chris Christie cuts pension payments (NJ)
  • Blue Cross & Blue Shield of R.I. seeks premium increases for 2015
  • Housing debt still traps 10 million Americans
  • Australia's 2014 federal budget forces rethink of retirement plans
  • Budget cuts to drive up family day care service costs up to $1820 a year for one child (Australia)
  • As Court Fees Rise, The Poor Are Paying The Price
  • N.J. Faces FY 2015 Spending Gap of $3 Billion, Moody’s Says
  • La. lawmakers tackle state retirement system debt
  • Platinum Shortage Widens With Palladium on Tight Supplies
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Daily Digest 5/20 - Insurance Agents Lose Their Health Coverage, Companies Less Flexible For Workers

Tuesday, May 20, 2014, 8:25 AM
  • Civil Rights Battlefront Is Now Yearning for Jobs
  • Targeted? Gun sellers say ‘high risk’ label from feds cuts off banking options, restricts business
  • For Workers, Less Flexible Companies
  • Welcome to the Third World, Part 15: Insurance Agents Lose Their Health Coverage
  • Unsold Car Stockpile Images
  • Illegal Dumping of Texas Frack Waste Caught on Video
  • Russia, China Report Gas Deal All But Final
  • Fukushima Workers Fled Plant After Accident Despite Orders