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    Anticipating the Devolution of Big Government

    Expect destructive feedback loops
    by charleshughsmith

    Monday, October 29, 2012, 11:44 PM

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    With the US elections approaching next week, as well as the threat of another fiscal cliff showdown looming, we asked contributing editor Charles Hugh Smith to revisit his eariler work on how the expansive Central State has come to dominate both private society (i.e., the community) and the marketplace, to the detriment of the nation’s social and economic stability.

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    Daily Digest – December 9

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, December 9, 2009, 3:48 PM

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    • MDOT warns money running out for Michigan roads
    • Social Security’s Grim Milestone: Half a Year in the Red
    • New Jersey may double unemployment tax and increase other taxes
    • State unemployment tax on businesses to triple (Texas)
    • Florida borrowing $300 million per month for unemployment
    • Calpers Real-Estate Holdings Decline 30% During First Quarter
    • Moody’s downgrades Illinois debt ratings
    • Hunger, Family Homelessness On Rise In U.S. Cities
    • Job Openings in U.S. Decreased by 80,000 in October, Labor Says
    • Extended Unemployment Benefits Automatically End (Indiana)
    • Concord Cuts Xmas Tree Funding because of the Great Recession (Video)
    • LA schools OK 5,000 job cuts in last resort budget
    • County’s sales tax revenue lower than expected (San Diego)
    • LA city budget outlook bleak, Council committees propose police cuts
    • Bernanke Low Rates ‘Poison’ to U.S. Economy, Xie Says

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    Our Slow-Motion Crisis

    by Chris Martenson

    Saturday, November 21, 2009, 7:29 PM

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    Becca and I just went through the process of buying the house that we have been renting for the past few years.  The experience has given me another distasteful brush with state laws and regulations.  Over the years, new laws have only been added, never subtracted, making this house purchase entirely different from the one I conducted only ten years ago.

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    Daily Digest – July 20

    by Davos

    Monday, July 20, 2009, 3:07 PM

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    • BIS, The Central Bank of all Central Bankers: The Central Bank WAS Warned in 2003 (Repost)
    • What Should a Central Bank Do When (Chart)
    • Happiness Isn’t …
    • Holders of Treasuries (Chart)
    • Philly Fed Index Dissapoints (Chart)
    • Whalen on Banking (Video)
    • U.S. bank “earnings”: revenues falling, losses rising
    • California closes state offices to save cash
    • The Usual Suspects (Humor)
    • State Tax (Chart on page)

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    Daily Digest – July 5

    by Davos

    Sunday, July 5, 2009, 2:52 PM

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    • Glut of oil could push gasoline prices back down below $2 a gallon
    • The Collapse Of The Non-Backstopped Agency Market
    • Personal Consumption Expenditure (Chart)
    • States brace for shutdowns (Repost)
    • What have I done? (Video)
    • Didn’t get the memo?
    • Hydroponics (Video on page)
    • Peter Boockvar on Gold (Video)
    • Congress’s Travel Tab Swells
    • A New Media Low: Washington Post sells access, $25,000+
    • Digital Imbusols? (Video, Dennis Kneale Selling Hope & Recovery and Bashing Bloggers)
    • Birth Death Model Has Added 800,000 Jobs (in the past 12 months)

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