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Daily Digest 7/5 - The Politics Of Anger, Don't Celebrate The State

Tuesday, July 5, 2016, 10:24 AM
  • Rio police tell tourists they won't be able to protect them
  • The Politics Of Anger
  • On July 4th Demand Freedom, Don’t Celebrate The State
  • Gold For A Finite World
  • Gold, Platinum, and Silver Speak To Us
  • Does More Security at Airports Make Us Safer or Just Move the Targets?
  • Gas Pump Skimming At New Records This Holiday Weekend
  • Climate, Energy, Economy: Pick Two
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Daily Digest 7/4 - How To Spot False Flag Operations, Does Australia Even Need A Government?

Monday, July 4, 2016, 10:34 AM
  • The Rules Have Changed
  • After ‘Brexit,’ Finding a New London for the Financial World to Call Home
  • Shooter strikes 3 in South Carolina nightclub, stopped by concealed carrier
  • 5 Confirmed False Flag Operations and How to Spot Them in the Future
  • Election 2016: Does Australia even need a government?
  • Two suspects in Istanbul attack identified as Russian: Turkish media
  • California Issues Subpoenas To Oil And Gas Companies In Price-Fixing Probe
  • Everything You Need To Know About The Great Barrier Reef This Election
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Art Berman: The Coming Moonshot In Oil Prices

Today's low prices mask an approaching supply crunch
Sunday, July 3, 2016, 9:47 AM

In spite of the recent low prices for oil and natural gas, an energy supply crunch is looming warns geological consultant Arthur Berman.

Berman's perspective should not be lightly dismissed: he has 37 years of experience in petroleum exploration and production with 20 of those years at Amoco (now known as BP). He has published more than 100 articles and reports on geology, technology and the petroleum industry during the past five years --more than 20 of those focused on the shale industry including the Barnett, Fayetteville, Haynesville, Bakken and Eagleford plays. » Read more

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Daily Digest 7/2 - Outside The Hall Of Mirrors, Another Market Meltdown?

Saturday, July 2, 2016, 7:21 AM
  • Why The Collapse Of The U.S. Economic & Financial System Has Accelerated
  • Another Market Meltdown?
  • Broadest of Indexes Indicates US in Recession...Rate Hikes Turning To Rate Cuts and QE4?
  • New York’s Sidewalks Are So Packed, Pedestrians Are Taking to the Streets
  • Outside The Hall Of Mirrors
  • 240 years of US energy use
  • Smelly, thick algae coats Treasure Coast beaches
  • G.M.O.s in Food? Vermonters Will Know
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Daily Digest 7/1 - Good News Friday: Antarctic Ozone Hole Healing, Is There Life After Leather?

Friday, July 1, 2016, 10:46 AM
  • Pell Grants for prisoners moves forward, roughly 12,000 inmates expected to participate
  • Refugees Encounter a Foreign Word: Welcome
  • Puerto Rico Relief Measure Clears Senate, Goes to Obama
  • Discovery of new helium reserves a “game changer” for medical industry
  • Is There Life After Leather?
  • Antarctic ozone hole beginning to heal
  • Extension Agents: The Unsung Heroes of the Agricultural World
  • The 6,000 Year Old Telescope
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Daily Digest 6/30 - The Shadow Doctors, Is A New Banking Crisis Imminent?

Thursday, June 30, 2016, 10:32 AM
  • The Recent Rise in Delinquency Rates on Bank Loans Is Shocking (Is a New Banking Crisis Imminent?)
  • Federal election 2016: ACT candidates shy about 'truth pledge'?
  • Brexit: EU leaders say UK cannot have 'à la carte' single market
  • The Shadow Doctors
  • Sovereign Debt – What Could Go Wrong?
  • Big Oil Faces US$2 Trillion Cash Shortage – Deloitte
  • North America’s Big Energy Goal Is a Cinch
  • Paris climate agreement plans don’t match Paris agreement goals
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Daily Digest 6/29 - JP Yields Drop During Global Bond Surge, Venezuela’s Oil Output Decline Accelerates

Wednesday, June 29, 2016, 8:13 AM
  • CPS will make $676 million teacher pension payment, then what?
  • Illinois gets $5.24 million windfall as motorists rack up fees for late vehicle registration
  • Venezuela’s Oil Output Decline Accelerates as Drillers Go Unpaid
  • Treasury secretary urges Senate to pass Puerto Rico bill before next debt default
  • State budget gap could be nearly $1 billion
  • N.J.’s Evolving Road Plan Ladles Billions of New Debt on Old
  • Korea plans 20 trillion won stimulus
  • Indian banks' bad loans may rise to 8.5 pct by March 2017
  • Japan Yields All Drop Below 0.1% First Time in Global Bond Surge
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Daily Digest 6/28 - 'Water Windfall' Found Under CA Valley, Brexit Is What Happens When The Pie Is Shrinking

Tuesday, June 28, 2016, 9:45 AM
  • Brexit Rips Apart The Global Economy
  • Erdogan apologizes to Putin over death of Russian pilot, calls Russia ‘friend & strategic partner’
  • MythBusted...Rising "Not in Labor Force" Only Partly Due to Retiring Boomers...Since '00, Many Are Gen X & Millenials
  • Brexit Is What Happens When The Pie Is Shrinking
  • California Today: How Badly Do You Want That New Rail Line?
  • VW Agrees To Pay $10 Billion In Dieselgate Scandal
  • Diesel VW owners could get up to $10,000 after settlement, sources say
  • Scientists find 'water windfall' beneath California's Central Valley
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Daily Digest 6/27 - How American Politics Went Insane, The Solar System's Most Livable Places

Monday, June 27, 2016, 10:20 AM
  • Judge Says FBI Can Hack Computers Without A Warrant Because Computer Users Get Hacked All The Time
  • How American Politics Went Insane
  • Central Banks Worry About Engaging World Markets After ‘Brexit’
  • Brexit May Well Never Happen
  • Voters in one fading port town wonder if they were misled about Brexit
  • World going to hell? Here are the Solar System’s five most livable places
  • OPEC’s Pain Is Only Getting Worse As Revenues Continue To Fall
  • Can We Predict When We Will Die?
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Daily Digest 6/25 - Some Early Signs of Brexit Upheaval, Your Coffeemaker Is Watching You

Saturday, June 25, 2016, 10:51 AM
  • Nicola Sturgeon to lobby EU members to support Scotland's remain bid 
  • Marc Faber: ‘Europe is becoming economically irrelevant’
  • Some Early Signs of Brexit Upheaval
  • To mitigate poverty, Y Combinator set to launch minimum income plan 
  • A-10s make rare highway landing near Russian border
  • Elon Musk Is Squaring Off Against China for the Future of Tesla
  • Your Coffeemaker Is Watching You
  • 23 dead in West Virginia floods; search and rescue continues