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Daily Digest 2/28 - Feeding The Hungry With Food Waste, A Curious Sound Deep In The Ocean

Sunday, February 28, 2016, 12:19 PM
  • What We Learned from the Donald Trump-Marco Rubio Screamfest
  • Bernie's Complaint
  • With Fewer Members, a Diminished Political Role for Wisconsin Unions
  • Arab States Face $94 Billion Debt Crunch on Oil Slump, HSBC Says
  • The Electric Car Revolution Is Finally Starting
  • Russian Coal Mine Accident Kills 36, Including 5 Rescuers
  • A Curious Sound Deep In The Ocean
  • This Maryland Guy is Making Money on Food Waste, While Also Feeding the Hungry
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Daily Digest 2/27 - The New Mind Control, Bottled Water Goes Off the Deep End

Saturday, February 27, 2016, 11:36 AM
  • Washington warns top banks to stay away from Russian bonds
  • The Game Changed in Venezuela Last Night – and the International Media Is Asleep At the Switch
  • No way to live outside Earth: Space colonization a myth - ESA director
  • Beware of the Philly pension blob
  • Stop Panic Selling Gold Mining Stocks
  • Japan considers making bitcoin a legal currency
  • CEO of Goldman Sachs Lambasted Sanders as Grave Threat, but Not Clinton. Why?
  • The New Mind Control
  • Meet the ‘rented white coats’ who defend toxic chemicals
  • Valley surrounding southern Arizona city is sinking
  • Bottled Water Goes Off the Deep End
  • World outside US and Canada doesn’t produce more crude oil than in 2005
  • Carbon Budget is Only Half as Big as Thought
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Daily Digest 2/26 - Good News Friday: The World's Fastest Electric Car, Salmon Return To Connecticut River

Friday, February 26, 2016, 11:23 AM
  • Watch And Learn
  • The world’s first supermarket selling only expired food has opened in Denmark
  • 'Ghost Protest' In Seoul Uses Holograms, Not People
  • U.S. Researchers to Study a Lung Cancer Vaccine Developed in Cuba 
  • A Year Of Weather 2015
  • 400mph or bust: Meet the VBB-3, the world’s fastest electric car
  • Presumed dead, wild Atlantic salmon return to the Connecticut River
  • One of World’s Rarest Turtles Heading Back to the Wild
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Daily Digest 2/25 - The Future Is Flooded, How To Invest When Markets Are Volatile

Thursday, February 25, 2016, 12:03 PM
  • Recession 2016: In Some States, A Very Deep Economic Downturn Has Already Arrived
  • 1 in 4 Americans on verge of financial ruin
  • Speculative Half-Cycles Tend To Be Completed Badly
  • Bank Runs In The Age Of NIRP: Home Safes Jumping Off The Shelves In Japan
  • Putin "Prepared to Use Tactical Nuclear Weapons" If Turkey/Saudi Invade Syria
  • China is buying up American companies fast, and it's freaking people out
  • Keynesian Black Holes
  • Witch-hunt for whistleblowers? German police 'probing cops' who leaked Cologne sex assaults
  • Gold Now?
  • Thousands told their pension savings could be at risk
  • Gold Bashing Now Pure Counterfactual Propaganda
  • How To Invest When Markets Are Volatile?
  • The Fed Is Doomed to Fail
  • Vancouver Island’s hinterland attracts affordability refugees desperate to buy a family home
  • The Future is Flooded: Seas Rising Faster Than They Have In 28 Centuries
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Daily Digest 2/24 - CA Still Struggling with Unfunded Liabilities, Pension Costs To Rise Again

Wednesday, February 24, 2016, 11:34 AM
  • Atlantic City officials spurn proposed takeover by state
  • CA Still Struggling with Unfunded Liabilities
  • Emerging market bonds hit as foreign investors dump debt
  • Singapore lawyers warn of 1998-like pain as debt defaults spread
  • Facing Default, Some Student Loan Borrowers Flee Abroad
  • More Subprime Borrowers Are Falling Behind on Their Auto Loans
  • Pension costs to rise for MBTA and its employees
  • Australia's mortgage debt marches to $1.4 trillion
  • Watch all of the government debt in the world grow in real time
  • ECB risks running out of bonds to buy unless rewrites rules
  • Illinois governor eyes blocking Chicago school debt
  • Trudeau Drops Campaign Promises and Goes All In With Deficits
  • The Junk Debt Funds Threatening to Create an $88 Billion Logjam
  • G-20 Central Bankers in China Seek Alternatives to Currency War
  • Japan finmin won't rule out chance of more fiscal stimulus
  • Helicopter drops might not be far away
  • Get ready to be showered by helicopter money
  • Venezuela's Descent Into World's Riskiest Sovereign Credit: Q&A
  • Battered Brazil Carmakers Say Worst Isn't Over as Job Cuts Loom
  • Sovereign-wealth funds could pull another $404 billion out of stock market
  • J.P. Morgan adds $500 million to reserves against bad oil loans in 2016
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Daily Digest 2/23 - The War On Privacy, What's In Your Food?

Tuesday, February 23, 2016, 12:20 PM
  • Even Bank Bailout Architect Says Time To Break Up Banks
  • Apple vs. the FBI: The War on Privacy
  • Michael Hudson Discusses the New Global Financial Cold War
  • Copper: The Next Metal Set To Rise After Gold?
  • The media are misleading the public on Syria
  • Which Type of Exercise Is Best for the Brain?
  • Ford spent $40 million to reshape asbestos science
  • Natural Gas Prices Are Unsustainably Low
  • How Saudis can cut oil production
  • What's in your food? Nobody really knows
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Daily Digest 2/22 - The Coming Storm, Let Food Freedom Ring

Monday, February 22, 2016, 11:45 AM
  • The coming storm
  • This is Why People Fear the ‘Internet of Things’
  • Fiscal Stimulus of Consumption
  • "Citizens" who speak at town meetings are hired, scripted actors
  • Let Food Freedom Ring
  • It Has Begun
  • Saudi Arabia leads surge in arms imports by Middle East states
  • Iraq On The Brink Of Chaos As Oil Revenues Fall 
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Daily Digest 2/21 - 42 Mass Shootings In 2016, The Big Question About Driverless Cars

Sunday, February 21, 2016, 12:30 PM
  • Man Accused in Kalamazoo Shootings Has Driven for Uber
  • The Kalamazoo rampage was the 42nd mass shooting this year
  • Signals for NUGT and DUST 3X Gold Miner ETFs
  • Rubio, Cruz Tout Themselves as Best Challenger to Trump After South Carolina
  • Jeb Bush Bows Out of Campaign, Humbled and Outmaneuvered
  • Western govts bred terrorists - and blamed it on Muslims - head of Anti-Islamophobic collective
  • Scalia's Pro-Business Legacy
  • The big question about driverless cars no one seems able to answer
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Daily Digest 2/20 - Oil Industry Faces Existential Crisis, A Novel Plan for Health Care

Saturday, February 20, 2016, 9:42 AM
  • Xiao Gang, China’s Top Securities Regulator, Ousted Over Market Tumult
  • John McAfee: I'll decrypt the San Bernardino phone free of charge so Apple doesn't need to place a back door on its product
  • Blistering sales pace and prices in Vancouver and Toronto prompt new concerns housing bubble will burst
  • A Novel Plan for Health Care: Cutting Costs, Not Raising Them
  • Marc Faber on Cashless Society Insanity and Why Wall Street Hates Gold
  • Fascinating Gold Charts With Hidden Trendlines
  • Could more electric cars mean greater fleet emissions and fuel consumption?
  • The Stressed-Out Oil Industry Faces an Existential Crisis
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Daily Digest 2/19 - Good News Friday: Germany Hails Fusion Breakthrough, The Resilient Jerusalem Artichoke

Friday, February 19, 2016, 12:05 PM
  • The Failure of Money to Buy the Presidential Nomination, in One Chart
  • How Psychology Helped Support — and Subvert — the British Empire
  • Ann Selzer Is The Best Pollster In Politics
  • Decolonizing Permaculture
  • This flower, preserved in amber, may be 45 million years old
  • Germany Hails Landmark Achievement In Fusion Energy
  • Solar cells help purify water in remote areas
  • Jerusalem Artichoke - Real Deal Resilient