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    Daily Digest 3/31 – Cyprus Feeling Bailout Pain, E.P.A. Plans Stricter Sulfur Limit in Gasoline

    by DailyDigest

    Sunday, March 31, 2013, 7:37 PM


Debt a common theme as Americans struggle to feel benefits of recovery (Tall)

Alger and others don’t feel a financial spring in their step; many are surprised by the cheerier economic statistics issuing from government number-crunchers like the Commerce Department and the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Big Government: An Unnecessary Evil That Should Be Abolished (goldrunner1)

The smaller this dominant group becomes, the more corrupt and criminal the government generally is. A government reaches a state of despotism whenever its functions are twisted for the sake of an elite few to the detriment of the common man, and when it ignores the natural inborn rights of the individual for the sake of some fabricated collective . If one were to closely examine the birth of every iron-fisted oligarchy throughout history, they would find a cyclical pattern of centralization; the removal of checks and balances, the removal of legitimate public involvement in the political process, a dependent and infantized citizenry, and the rise of a “bureaucratic class” which regards itself as superior and born to lead. All steps taking place within Western societies today.

The Three Stages Of Revolution (goldrunner1)

Many believe that the revolution has already begun and I would agree with them. There are three distinct stages of revolution and we are moving down the path to civil war at a frightening pace. You may not realize this fact, but your government certainly does! When DHS purchases 2.2 billion rounds of ammunition and 2700 armored vehicles, it is clear that they are preparing to kill millions of uncooperative Americans.

Monte Paschi says lost billions in deposits after February scandal (westcoastjan)

“The illicit nature of the derivatives trades and their consequence on the bank’s assets exposed the bank to reputational damage that was immediately translated into…the withdrawal of a few billion euros in deposits,” the bank said in a document for shareholders attending its April 29 meeting.

Cardboard Cops Control Traffic In Bangalore — Unless It Rains (westcoastjan)

The idea was done out of financial necessity: Sources say Bangalore, a city of more than 8 million people, has only 3,000 traffic cops and needs double that, according to OneIndia.In.

Bangalore police commissioner MA Saleem is optimistic that the paperbacked police are a good way of reducing speeding and preventing accidents.

In Cyprus, Feeling the Pain of a Bailout (jdargis)

“The screen says 20 cents, but according to the troika it’s zero,” he said angrily. He was referring to the three international lenders — the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund — that had devised the tough new program that requires shareholders, bondholders and depositors to share with European taxpayers the cost of bailing out Cyprus’s two biggest banks and preventing the government from going bankrupt.

E.P.A. Plans Stricter Limit for Sulfur in Gasoline (jdargis)

Charles T. Drevna, president of the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, the refiners’ main trade association, said the companies had in the last few years cut the sulfur content by 90 percent, to 30 parts from 300 parts, at a cost of $10 billion in capital improvements. He said that the proposed cut would cost another $10 billion. Because the process consumes energy, it will raise the carbon dioxide output of refineries.

Bee Deaths From Colony Collapse Disorder On The Rise As Researchers Point To Pesticides (westcoastjan)

In the U.S., a group of environmentalists and beekeepers recently filed suit against the EPA for approving the pesticides. Neonicotinoids, they wrote in the lawsuit, have been “repeatedly identified as highly toxic to honeybees, clear causes of major bee kills and significant contributors to the devastating ongoing mortality of bees known as colony collapse disorder,” reported Bloomberg.

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