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Daily Digest 2/9 - Good News Friday: A Good Life For All, Wind Power Blowing Away The Competition

Friday, February 9, 2018, 10:12 AM
  • A Good Life For All Within Planetary Boundaries
  • If we gave everyone a decent standard of living, could we sustain it?
  • Voting Rights Process For Florida Felons Unconstitutional, Judge Says
  • ISPs must follow net neutrality in New Jersey, governor declares
  • Washington governor rejects permit for oil-by-rail terminal
  • Nearly Half Of All Public Buses Will Be Electric By 2025
  • In Europe, Wind Power Is Blowing Away The Competition
  • California May Have A Way To Block Trump's Offshore Drilling Push
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Daily Digest 2/8 - Ghost Towers, How VW Got Off Easy For Deiselgate

Thursday, February 8, 2018, 9:48 AM
  • Paul Craig Roberts Exposes The Plunge Protection Team's Fraud
  • Chinese Police Add Facial-Recognition Glasses to Surveillance Arsenal
  • Market Chaos Could Be Your Last Warning
  • Market Crash Update: Mike Maloney
  • This Indicator Warned Us Before Every Market Crash
  • Ghost towers: half of new-build luxury London flats fail to sell
  • Utility Sues Nuclear Energy Institute For Extortion
  • How VW Paid $25 Billion for Dieselgate — And Got Off Easy
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Daily Digest 2/7 - China’s Aging Population Creating New Debt Crisis, This Bond Market Could Get Uglier

Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 10:20 AM
  • Once-rich Venezuelans live as beggars in Colombia, but they don’t want to go back
  • Brazil's pension bill short on votes, running out of time
  • China’s ageing population is creating a new debt crisis for Beijing as pension shortfall widens
  • Venezuela announces 99.6 percent devaluation of official forex rate
  • Central banks were behind the complacency in markets, now investors are spooked: Economist
  • ECB increases buying of company debt despite criticism
  • This Bond Market Could Get Uglier
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Daily Digest 2/6 - Shale Reality Check, Permafrost Home To Large Mercury Reserves

Tuesday, February 6, 2018, 12:41 PM
  • Stocks and Precious Metals Charts - Blue Monday - How Are the Mighty Mispricings of Risk Fallen 
  • A Timeline Of The FBI And DOJ's Involvement In Hillary's Emails And The Trump Dossier
  • How much are illegal activities behind the demand for crypto-currency?
  • The Market Meltdown Is an Ominous Sign
  • FEMA Contract Called for 30 Million Meals for Puerto Ricans. 50,000 Were Delivered.
  • Shale Reality Check
  • Oil Prices Ravaged By Financial Turmoil 
  • Arctic permafrost home to large mercury reserves, study finds 
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Daily Digest 2/5 - The Increasing Likelihood Of Nuclear War, The Making of a Chaos State

Monday, February 5, 2018, 11:28 AM
  • The Increasing Likelihood Of Nuclear War Should Straighten Out All Our Priorities
  • The War in Yemen and the Making of a Chaos State
  • Arizona County Colludes with Bank to Take Family’s Home
  • It's The (Democracy-Poisoning) Golden Age Of Free Speech
  • How Wobbly Is Our Democracy?
  • The Death of Clothing
  • The U.S. Oil Boom Is Attracting Canadian Drillers
  • Was your seafood caught with slave labor? New tool tries to help retailers
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Daily Digest 2/3 - Bitcoin Newbies Getting Crushed, Is The CDC Losing Control?

Saturday, February 3, 2018, 10:19 AM
  • Bitcoin Newbies Are Getting Crushed While Old Timers Bemoan `Weak Hands’
  • Puerto Rico reports 78 killings in one of deadliest months
  • Unnecessary Medical Care Is More Common Than You Think
  • How a Medical Catastrophe Can Bankrupt a Life 
  • 38,000 Tons of Poison, One Gram of Antidote! 
  • Is the CDC Losing Control?
  • A Toxic Tour Through Underground Ohio 
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Daily Digest 2/2 - India To Set Up World's Largest Health Program, A Cancer ‘Vaccine’?

Friday, February 2, 2018, 10:36 AM
  • The rise of the 'gym party' for adults - how getting sweaty replaced getting sloshed
  • India says it will fund the world’s largest national health programme
  • Cancer ‘vaccine’ eliminates tumors in mice
  • Groups push N.J. to provide legal assistance to those facing deportation
  • Americans Are Staying Home More. That’s Saving Energy.
  • McDonald's Packaging Is Getting A Sustainable Makeover
  • Super blue blood moon 2018 - gallery
  • Wildflowers Are Definitely the Prettiest Way to Reduce Pesticide Use
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Daily Digest 2/1 - Worries Grow About Bitcoin Price, Are Canadian Oil Prices Set To Rebound?

Thursday, February 1, 2018, 10:47 AM
  • Freedom, Is it worth it?
  • Fired employee had previously confused drills
  • Worries Grow That the Price of Bitcoin Is Being Propped Up
  • The Most Gold You've Ever Seen?
  • Baltimore Cops Carried Toy Guns to Plant on People They Shot, Trial Reveals
  • Power Politics - The History Of The Present
  • Are Canadian Oil Prices Set To Rebound?
  • In Reversal, FEMA Says It Won't End Puerto Rico Food And Water Distribution Wednesday
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Daily Digest 1/31 - 2/3 UK Pension Schemes In The Red, Cape Town Water Crisis Credit-Negative

Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 9:46 AM
  • Two out of three UK pension schemes are in the red to the tune of £210bn
  • S&P Global Ratings says China to see first bond default by a local government financing vehicle in 2018
  • California’s other drought: A major earthquake is overdue
  • Saudi Arabia has arranged to seize more than $100 billion in financial settlements related to its corruption purge
  • Treasury expects to borrow $441 billion in first quarter
  • Chinese provinces with GDP of six Australias cut 2018 growth targets
  • U.S. budget deficit to top $1-trillion in 2019: budget experts
  • Cape Town water crisis is credit-negative: Moody’s
  • System Failure
  • China unveils its Arctic ambitions, declaring it’s a “near Arctic state”
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Daily Digest 1/30 - The 6 Traders Arrested For Manipulating The Gold Market, Why Is The Shale Industry Still Not Profitable?

Tuesday, January 30, 2018, 10:57 AM
  • These Are The 6 Traders Who Were Just Arrested For Manipulating The Gold Market
  • The Follower Factory
  • Tax Reform: The Devil’s in the Details
  • This Flu Season Is The Worst In Nearly A Decade
  • Brexit: Britons favour second referendum by 16-point margin – poll
  • Study: Pretrial Detention Makes Poor People Plead Guilty
  • Why Is The Shale Industry Still Not Profitable?
  • Study shows wetlands provide landscape-scale reduction in nitrogen pollution