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  • Blog
    Mark Mulligan

    Harvey Is A Major Still-Unfolding Disaster

    How many Texans wish they had done more in advance?
    by Chris Martenson

    Monday, August 28, 2017, 6:27 PM

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    Superstorm Harvey continues to wreak epic damage to Texas, particularly Houston.

    But it’s not the wind, it’s the rain. Epic, record-breaking, unbelievable amounts of rain.

    It’s entirely possible that the entire region will not get back ‘to normal’ for months, if not years.

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  • Podcast

    Dave Janda: Bad Medicine

    A doctor's reasons for quitting the profession
    by Adam Taggart

    Sunday, May 15, 2016, 6:57 PM

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    In our ongoing discussion of how our Health Care system (or more aptly-named "Sick Care" system) has been hijacked by those who profit most from it, we interview Dr. Dave Janda this week, who recently and very publicly announced he was walking away from his clinical practice in protest of how poorly the quality-to-cost ratio has dropped in his profession.

    Dr. Janda's perspective is informed not just from his years as a practicing surgeon and researcher, but also through his involvement with health initiatives for the Reagan and Bush I administrations, as well as the National Institute of Health. His overall conclusion is that the health system now exists to serves its corporate and administrative owners, to the detriment of patients and practitioners.

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  • Blog

    Insurance

    by Adam Taggart

    Tuesday, March 29, 2016, 3:42 PM

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    Intro Personal Liability Insurance What is it? Personal liability insurance protects your assets if you injure another person or damage someone else's property. It's known as third-party insurance because it protects you if a third party files a claim against you. If you are found legally responsible for causing an injury or property damage, your…

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  • Daily Digest
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    Daily Digest 6/12 – CO Food Stamp Use Doubles, Mini Flash Crashes Strike Again

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, June 12, 2013, 11:46 AM

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    • California tops list of states with water infrastructure needs
    • Pennsylvania struggles to chip away at bridge problem
    • Sacramento County sheriff warns of big patrol cuts at budget hearing
    • States look to tax hybrids to recoup road funding
    • May Gold Sales Fall At Perth, U.S. Mint
    • Food Stamp Use Doubles In Colorado
    • Retirement savings: Why $1M may not be enough
    • Dramatic honeybee shortage threatens Calif. almond crop, nation's food supply
    • Mini flash crashes strike again
    • Cost of insuring emerging market debt soars on fears Fed will taper

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  • Daily Digest
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    Daily Digest 5/30 – Wine Country Faces Fiscal Crisis, Drought Emaciates Cattle In NM

    by DailyDigest

    Thursday, May 30, 2013, 2:49 PM

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    • Back to Basics – Gold, Silver, and the Economy
    • "Major Shocks Will Become The Norm From Now On"
    • US targets digital currency in huge fraud probe
    • OECD: Europe's Recession Threatens Entire Global Economy
    • ‘A disaster in slow motion’: Wine country latest California region to face fiscal crisis
    • How Islamist militancy threatens Africa
    • China's dead pig scandal ushers in hard times for fishermen and hog farmers
    • Portland, Maine Doctor Forgoes Insurance To Provide Affordable Care To Community
    • GMO lose Europe – victory for environmental organisations
    • Weather disasters increasing, insurance industry warns
    • GM salmon can breed with wild fish and pass on genes
    • Oops: Europe’s green mandates have resulted in more imported coal and wood consumption
    • Harper government nixed reviews for some oil sands projects following warnings of water disruption
    • Corn Growers Turn to Pesticides After Genetically Modified Seeds Fail
    • In China, 'cancer villages' a reality of life
    • Officials: NM ranch had 1,000 emaciated cattle

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  • Daily Digest
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    Daily Digest 4/14 – Don’t Depend On Bank Deposit Insurance, The Strange Beauty Of Salt Mines

    by DailyDigest

    Sunday, April 14, 2013, 3:01 PM

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    • Obama’s Budget Revives Benefits as Divisive Issue
    • Don’t Depend on Bank Deposit Insurance: Mike Shedlock
    • Faltering Courts, Mired in Delays
    • The Scary Risks of Safety Bubble Up
    • The Strange Beauty Of Salt Mines
    • Bingham Landslide
    • Millions face starvation as world warms, say scientists

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  • Daily Digest
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    Daily Digest 4/12 – Ten Diminishing Energy Trends, America’s Health (Dis)advantage

    by DailyDigest

    Friday, April 12, 2013, 3:16 PM

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    • A Tipping Point In The Financial System – Part 2
    • British shops ration baby milk as Chinese demand surges
    • Obama’s Budget Is a Ridiculous Charade: Doug Casey
    • Jobs report, David Stockman, U.S. economy, gold
    • No Direction Home
    • America's Health (Dis)advantage
    • Carmen Reinhart: "No Doubt. Our Pensions Are Screwed."
    • Australia’s Woodside shelves US$45B Browse LNG project
    • For the Price of the Iraq War, The U.S. Could Have a 100% Renewable Power System
    • 10 Diminishing Trends in the World of Energy

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  • Blog

    Daily Digest 2/23 – States Seek Ways To Solve Budget Woes, Debt Relief In Egypt?, The Rising Cost Of Everything

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, February 23, 2011, 3:48 PM

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    • California Fees Boost Traffic Fines To Aid Budget
    • Detroit Ordered to Close Half Its Public Schools Amid Budget Crisis
    • States Ignored Warnings On Unemployment Insurance
    • Wisconsin Governor Warns Of Layoffs
    • Portugal’s Debt D-Day Nears
    • Russia May Extend Grain Export Ban: Minister
    • Wisconsin Labor Fight Spreads to Ohio, Oklahoma and Indiana
    • Gaddafi orders oil sabotage, source tells Time columnist
    • Treasury Tools Less Effective as Debt Limit Nears
    • Egypt Seeking Debt Relief From European Union
    • “I Won’t Pay” Movement Grips Debt-Ridden Greece
    • Uninsured’s Numbers Surge During Recession
    • NWS Could Be Cut
    • VF Corp To Raise Prices
    • Big Airlines Try To Raise Fares Again
    • Hormel Raising Prices
    • Cost Of … Everything … About To Go Up
    • Parking Prices Going Up With New Meters
    • Beachgoers burning mad over looming parking fees
    • Major Fee Increase Proposed For DMV Business
    • Brazil Central Bank Sold $848.2M In Reverse Swap Contracts
    • Adams ‘Dismisses’ Irish IMF Obligations
    • Seafood Sellers Say Prices Are on the Rise

    Crash Course DVDThe Special Edition DVD, in a unique 3-disc format with presenter’s pack to guide live showings. (NTSC or PAL)

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  • Blog

    Daily Digest 12/29 – Poverty & Homelessness Increase, Tax Hikes Looming, Rare Earth in China

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, December 29, 2010, 4:00 PM

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    • Sovereign Debt Levels ‘Unsustainable’, Double Dip A Possibility
    • Pleas For Food Jump As Poverty Increases (Arizona)
    • Number Of Homeless Students In State Climbs To 21,000 (Washington)
    • Illinois Default Insurance Cost at Five-Month High: Muni Credit
    • Treasurys Sink After Poor 5-Year Auction
    • Oil Industry’s Spending to Rise in Hunt for Energy
    • Ambulance Fees Increasing Across USA
    • Minnesota Tax Hikes Looming
    • Three-Quarters Of U.S. Uninsured Employed
    • US `Very Concerned’ About China Rare-Earth Quotas -USTR Spokeswoman
    • China To Establish Rare Earth Group

    Crash Course DVDOwn the Crash Course Special Edition Set with Presenter’s Pack (NTSC or PAL)

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