Tuesday, May 24, 2016

 

News Links, May 25, 2016

## Global Ponzi meltdown/House of Cards/global cooling/deflationary collapse ##
Manufacturing Recession Goes Global as Demand Withers
Defaults Have Already Spread Outside Commodities
Iron ore is imploding -- now down 27% in just weeks
Wells Fargo warns energy loan losses will grow
We're in the Eye of a Global Financial Hurricane
The only "growth" we're experiencing are the financial cancers of systemic risk and financialization's soaring wealth/income inequality.
World's 16 biggest banks, including RBC, ordered to face Libor lawsuits in ruling court warns could ruin them
Despite "Bazookas", Eurozone Composite PMI at 16-Month Low
Guess What Occupation Is Most Frequently Cited In The Panama Papers?
Hedge Funds Are Betting Record Amounts on Meltdown of Australian Banks and Housing Bubble
Brazil's Government To Announce Plans To Curb Spending And Slash Debt, Finance Minister Says
AEP: Saudi financial crisis 'could leave oil at $25' as contractors face being paid in IOUs
21st-century economics: In a social experiment watched by the world, Swiss may pay people $2,500 a month for doing nothing
Worries about bad loans in oilpatch will be front and centre in Canadian bank earnings this week
U.S. Debt is Being Dumped at Alarming Rate
GLD: Beginning of long-term bull cycle
Empty stores multiply as Singapore's 'shoppers' paradise' image fades
May 2016: Will Deutsche Bank Survive This Wave Of Trouble Or Will It Be The Next Lehman Brothers?
2015 Corporate Progress Report: Cash Up $17 Billion, Debt Up $850 Billion
More Global PMIs Flashing Recession Warnings
Four out of 10 homeowners caught short without enough money to meet their expenses, new survey finds (Canada)
Is the Derivatives Market About to Implode the Big Banks Again?
Former IMF economist asserts that gold is money as good as government bonds
Q1 2016 Canadian Silver Maple Sales Surge To Highest Record Ever

## Cut, baby, cut! ##
Nokia could cut 10,000-15,000 jobs worldwide: union

## War on cash/cashless society ##
I'm ditching traditional banks in favor of bitcoin—and you can, too
The War on Cash Is a War on Your Freedom to Opt Out

## Airline death spiral ##
TSA Head Of Security Fired (After $90,000 Bonus)
TSA looks at automated bins, real-time data to deal with lengthy lines
EgyptAir Flight 804 Investigation: Airbus A320 Made Emergency Landing In 2013 Due To Overheated Engine, Report Says
Egypt rejects report that crash evidence points to explosion
Threats disrupt travel at two major airports
Fares are cheap; airlines don't want them to stay that way
Bombardier Inc cuts demand forecast as business jets go begging for buyers, crushing prices
LAX authorities screen flight after 'non-credible threat': Airline official
Allegiant Air Faces Federal Scrutiny

## Fault lines/flashpoints/powder kegs/military/war drums ##
President Erdoğan Pushes For Broader Presidential Powers With Yıldırım Election
Iraq announces start of Falluja operation, some residents flee
Obama Lifts Arms Embargo to the "Police State" of Vietnam
Israel's New Death Penalty Law Won't Apply to Jews
'Liberman Road' Turns Settlements Into Suburbs
Route 398, the so-called Liberman Road, converts West Bank settlements and outposts into suburbs of Jerusalem.
Shake-up in Israeli politics prompts 'seeds of fascism' warning
US Air Force Can't Afford Its Fighter Jets Past 2021
Spanish Lies: Leaked Letter Shows Rajoy Promised EC Budget Cuts While Promising Voters No Cuts
US Could Defend the Philippines If China Starts Reclamation Work on Scarborough Shoal: Experts
Obama says will ensure freedom of navigation in South China Sea
U.S. deepens military ties with former foe Vietnam
Russia Warns NATO Over Eastern Europe Military Buildup; Kremlin Says It Will Protects Its Interests
Is Scarborough Shoal Worth a War?

## UAVs ##
Man demonstrates low-tech drone warfare with mid-air capture

## Migrants/refugees ##
U.N. refugee agency calls European border closures 'inhumane'
Central America Border Crisis: 11,000 Migrants Deported Since October As Children, Families Flee Violent Countries
Ten Riot Police Squads Deployed To Greek Refugee Camp As Evacuation Begins

## Global unrest/mob rule/angry people/torches and pitchforks ##
French Strikes, Riots Shut Down 850 Gas Stations, Block Refineries
French Police Strike Back, Liberate Fuel Depot to Shrink Shortages
Dressed to Protest: Greek anger spreads to middle class
Thousands protest against seed giant Monsanto ahead of Bayer merger
Massive rally set for June in Okinawa to protest U.S. base-linked crime
Brussels police fire water cannon at anti-austerity protest

## Energy/resources ##
Windfall: When Renewable Energy is not Sustainable
Is An Energy Crisis Brewing In The Caribbean?
Oklahoma landowners register private airstrips to keep wind farms at bay
But what's the REAL energy return of photovoltaic energy?
Actually, it doesn't matter very much what the energy return is. What matters most is the net energy that society gets out of any energy system. Because the energy density of renewables is far lower than that of fossil fuels, society needs to secure much more land area for renewable energy projects and their hardware. The decline in net energy, and the increase in debt needed to compensate for it, are dragging industrial civilization down into a morass of debt and pollution. -- RF
Eni's Nigeria Pipeline Attacked For The Fourteenth Time This Year
North Dakota rig count low sets new record
A Huge Solar Plant Caught on Fire, and That's the Least of Its Problems
Shell says oil sector needs to invest trillions even within climate limits
Shell CEO warns renewables shift could spell end if too swift
Energy return of ultra-deepwater Gulf of Mexico oil and gas
Iron ore price smashed: miners to follow

## Got food? ##
Africa Food Crisis 2016: El Niño Drought To Make More Than 50 Million Go Hungry, UN Says
Time to crack down on seafood industry's worst abuses
Price of corn flour in Venezuela soars 900 percent

## Environment/health ##
US Climate Migrations About to Begin
The community is Isle de Jean Charles in southeast Louisiana, an island community of Native Americans that has lost 90% of its land to the sea already (not only, but increasingly, because of climate change and rising sea levels). There are just 60 people left on the island, whose resettlement will cost taxpayers about $800,000 per person. Wrenching as their experience is bound to be, these folks have a first-class ticket that will not be available when the crowds arrive.
Exxon, Chevron Face Unprecedented Investor Pressure Over Climate Change Disclosure
Puerto Rico reporting 1,100 Zika cases as debt crisis worsens
CDC Official Says Thousands May Have Arrived in US With Zika
Road To Rio: Zika Won't Prevent Olympic Dreams, But The Virus Could Eventually Spur An Economic Nightmare
New Orleans is sinking faster than previously thought
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
North Dakota Spill Leaks 120,000 Gallons of Oil & Wastewater
Amphibians in continued global decline
Kicking the habit: Adult smoking rate in US is falling fast
U.S. e-cigarette use stalls as health concerns grow: Reuters/Ipsos poll
Seeing the Sea Soothes Stress

## Intelligence/security/internet/cyberwar ##
Saudi Press: U.S. Blew Up World Trade Center To Create 'War On Terror'
Lego getting more violent because it is locked in 'arms race', study claims
Facebook says an investigation of its trending topics finds "no evidence of systematic political bias"
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
Live video feeds from cameras across Hartford, Connecticut, light up a wall of flat-screen monitors in a high-tech room at the city's old police department, while computers take in data from license plate readers and a gunshot detection system.
Here's How the U.S. Government Treats Whistleblowers
Vindication for Edward Snowden From a New Player in NSA Whistleblowing Saga
Facebook 'incitement' posts lead to arrests in Israel
Apple rehires prominent security pro as encryption fight boils
Intel Vets Urge Fast Report on Clinton's Emails
A group of U.S. intelligence veterans is calling on President Obama to expedite the FBI review of former Secretary of State Clinton's alleged email security violations so the public can assess this issue in a timely fashion.

## Propaganda/censorship ##
China mulls new ways to control video websites
NYPD caught red-handed sanitizing police brutality Wikipedia entries
More Game-Playing on MH-17?
The West keeps piling the blame for the 2014 shoot-down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 on Russian President Putin although there are many holes in the case and the U.S. government still withholds its evidence.
FBI's Own Report Exposes "War on Cops" as Pure Propaganda

## Systemic breakdown/collapse/unsustainability ##
Toyota Recalls 1.6M US Vehicles For Takata Airbags
Urban Living Becomes a Luxury Good

## Japan ##
Japan April Exports Suffer Biggest Drop In 3 Months, Bode Ill For Growth
Toshiba To More Than Halve Its Capital Base To About $1.8 Billion
Global Trade With Japan Collapses: Exports Decline 7th Month, Imports Decline 16th Month
As yields turn negative, institutions dread taking customers below zero
TEPCO: Frozen soil wall proving effective 
Japan drafts new growth strategy featuring 4th industrial revolution
It won't help a bit. -- RF
China site reveals over 100 Japanese entities at risk of cyber-attacks
Some Japanese teens in poverty have no choice but prostitution
Japan passes anti-hate speech law as Koreans targeted by racism

## China ##
China plans base station for rescue operations in South China Sea
In China's New Austerity, Ghosts Now Haunt Government Offices
China's Office Supply Set to Double Amid Building Frenzy: Chart
'Massive Bailout' Needed in Debt-Saddled China, Analyst Chu Says
De-Petrodollar-ization Esclates - China Imports Record Amount Of Russian Oil In April
Is China building too many theme parks?
Rare open rift over economy emerges in China
Red Ponzi Out Of Control—-April Steel Production Equaled 106% Of Rest Of World
Traffic's toll: road accidents kill 700 people a day in China
Why China Is Being Flooded With Oil: Billions In Underwater OPEC Loans Repayable In Crude
Thousands Evacuated as Torrential Rains Hit Southern China

## UK ##
NHS figures are bad, but the true underlying deficit may be even worse
Concerns Over Number Plate Surveillance
Tony Blair Admits His Ignorance of Middle East; Immediately Calls for New War
The Return of Fracking to UK? First Fracking Permit in Five Years
Rough sleeping on London's night buses increases 121% in four years
Government's counter-extremism plans run risk of turning force into 'thought police'
The London skyscraper that is a stark symbol of the housing crisis

## US ##
Business Debt Delinquencies Are Now Higher Than When Lehman Brothers Collapsed In 2008
Appellate court scraps DOJ's $1.3B penalty against Bank of America for financial crisis
Share Buybacks Now Bought Out, American Enterprise in Decline
Charge it! Putting it on plastic again – Record number of credit cards issued in 2015 surging 90 percent from 2009
60 million credit cards issued last year alone.
US household debt climbs to $12.25 trillion in first quarter
A very bad sign for all but America's biggest cities
Americans in small counties are much less likely to start new businesses, a trend that jeopardizes the economic future of vast swaths of the country.
Employee Wearing 'America Was Never Great' Hat Receives Death Threats
Which shows that some Americans are against freedom of speech unless it toes the party line. "Patriotic" Americans are the censors now. -- RF
The Scariest Chart Out There—–Bloated Household Net Worth Is Heading For A Big Fall
The Fed has fueled inflation — and it's helping the rich
US Manufacturing PMI Collapses To 2009 Lows (As Fed Readies Rate Hike?)
Wave of bomb threats hits schools nationwide
More than one-in-five working age Millennials live at home
Health-care costs for families top $25,000 — triple 2001
Detroit, Fresh Out of Bankruptcy, Discovers $195M Pension Shortfall
UPS Fears $3.8 Billion Liability Over Bankrupt Central States Pension Plan

## The candidates ##
Here's the Full List of Companies & Organizations That Paid Hillary Clinton From 2013-2015
Political Polarity Shift——-"Trigger Happy Hillary" Making Dems The War Party
Bernie Sanders Steps Up Feud With Democratic Establishment
Inconvenient Truth-er Gore Refuses To Endorse 'Lying' Hillary
Trump Goes For Hillary's Jugular: Releases Video Featuring Bill Clinton Rape Accusers
Trump Escalates Clinton Attack, Calls Vince Foster Suicide "Very Fishy"
Donald Trump is going to win: This is why Hillary Clinton can't defeat what Trump represents
Trump Says Climate Change a 'Hoax' but Acknowledges Threat to Golf Course
Chris Hedges: Taxpayers Pay for Primaries, but DNC Determines Rules in Order to Steal Votes (Video)


Sunday, May 22, 2016

 

News Links, May 23, 2016

## Global Ponzi meltdown/House of Cards/global cooling/deflationary collapse ##
Shipbuilding Industry Collapses, Hits China and South Korea
Despite Rally, Hype, and NIRP, Bear Markets Hound the Globe
Idle tankers: Something Stunning Is Taking Place Off The Coast Of Singapore
EU to compile common blacklist of tax havens, sanctions against them
US Government's Own Report Shows Toxic TPP "Not Worth Passing"
No Mystery: Easy Money=Overcapacity=Deflation
US warns Japan on yen intervention as G-7 reaffirms deal 'no competitive devalutations' deal
Coca-Cola halts Venezuela production in sugar shortage
G7 leaders agree on plan to combat terrorism financing
China's Debt Misery Finds Singapore
Greek Parliament Approves Reforms In Exchange For Aid, Debt Relief
Despite Depression, Greece Forced to Hike VAT, Add New Taxes
Marine Le Pen: "EU is collapsing on to itself"
Cash-Stuffed Balance Sheets No Match for U.S. Company Debt
Combining all of the corporate cash in the U.S. wouldn't cover the $1.8 trillion of corporate debt that's coming due in the next five years, according to a report by Moody's Investors Service on Friday. That's because U.S. companies have been borrowing more quickly than they've built up the record $1.68 trillion of cash on their balance sheets. And more of that debt comes due sooner.

## Cut, baby, cut! ##
IBM continues layoffs that could top 14,000 job cuts
Nokia sheds over a thousand jobs in Finland
Abu Dhabi's ADNOC cutting thousands of jobs: industry
Oil and banking job losses leave many hunting for work (UAE)

## War on cash/cashless society ##
Contactless cards are on borrowed time - they're just an interim for phones (UK)
The price of Ether, a bitcoin rival, is soaring because of a radical, $150 million experiment
Modi bats for cashless transactions to check black money

## Airline death spiral ##
Airlines say Congress is contributing to long airport lines

## Fault lines/flashpoints/powder kegs/military/war drums ##
Vietnam Arms Embargo To Be Removed? Weapons, China On Agenda For Obama's Visit
The Widening Cracks in Zionism
Zionism has imposed an ideological orthodoxy that seeks to lock Jews – and Western politicians – into unquestioning support for whatever Israel does, but more people are breaking ranks.
Pushing Russia Toward War
NATO's military pressure on Russia and the West's economic sanctions have empowered Moscow's hardliners, setting the stage for an escalation of the new Cold War into possibly a hot one.
US Downplays a New Syrian Massacre
The Obama administration claims Syrian rebels in Ahrar al-Sham deserve protection from government attack although they have close ties to Al Qaeda and joined its official Syrian affiliate in a slaughter of Alawites.

## UAVs ##
Police Join Forces To Defeat Enemy Drones
Police chiefs in Britain are working with NATO to introduce possible anti-drone technology to combat the threat posed by drones, Sky News has learned.

## Migrants/refugees ##
Demand For Small Arms 'Protection' In Germany Explodes As Immigrant Fear Rises

## Global unrest/mob rule/angry people/torches and pitchforks ##
Protesters storm Baghdad's Green Zone again, dozens hurt
Misaligned Mirrors Spark Fire At World's Largest Solar Power Plant
Korea's top three shipbuilders are scrambling to pull out of wind power generation businesses they have been operating overseas amid snowballing losses.
The End of SunEdison: Developer Now Looking Into Liquidating Its Assets
Oil sands companies losing up to $50 million a day as fires rage: analysts

## Got food? ##
Deadly crop killing fungus reaches Asia
Do Seed Companies Control GM Crop Research?
Scientists must ask corporations for permission before publishing independent research on genetically modified crops. That restriction must end.


## Environment/health ##
Like the refugee/migrant crisis, widespread disease outbreaks are going to get much worse. Add to that the possibility of an engineered pandemic. -- RF
2016 likely to be hottest year ever, scientists say
U.S. reports 279 Zika cases in pregnant women, Obama pushes Congress on funds
It is the last remaining relic of an ancient forest that stretched for millennia across the lowlands of Europe and Russia, a shadowy, mossy woodland where bison and lynx roam beneath towering oak trees up to 600 years old.

## Intelligence/security/internet/cyberwar ##
'Uncrackable' ransomware no more as creator hands over key
Special Report: Cyber thieves exploit banks' faith in SWIFT transfer network
U.S. targets spying threat on campus with proposed research clampdown
Leading U.S. universities are pushing back against a proposed State Department rule that would bar foreign students from more research projects and classes involving information seen as vital to national security.
Little Known Lawsuit Exposes Yet Another Major Cyberheist In 'Secure' Global Payments System

## Systemic breakdown/collapse/unsustainability ##
How the Deep State's Cronies Steal From You
And complexity helps bring down the system. -- RF
Residents near planned maglev line sue central government
Residents in areas near the planned route for a high-speed magnetically levitated train and other people sued the government on Friday, demanding that its approval of the Central Japan Railway Co. (JR Tokai) project be withdrawn.
Putin says Russia will not sell isles to Japan
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday took a stance of separating the country's territorial row with Japan from bilateral economic cooperation, suggesting Moscow will not sell the islands at the center of a long-standing dispute to Japan.
1.4 bil. yen stolen from 1,400 convenience store ATMs across Japan
A total of 1.4 billion yen ($12.7 million) in cash has been stolen from some 1,400 automated teller machines in convenience stores across Japan in the space of two hours earlier this month, investigative sources said Sunday.
Gap to pull plug on Old Navy in Japan
But while the 6,780 passengers and 2,100 crew on the largest cruise ship in the world wave goodbye to England, many people left behind in Southampton say they will be glad to see it go. They complain that air pollution from such nautical behemoths is getting worse every year as cruising becomes the fastest growing sector of the mass tourism industry and as ships get bigger and bigger.
NHS hospitals declare record overspends as experts warn health service is 'maxed out'
Nearly nine in 10 of England's hospitals ended 2015/16 in the red
Blu-Tack, can openers and other household items have been used by thrifty scientists in the decommissioning of a nuclear power station.
And this is just the beginning of the frugality, as brutal austerity drives people to do the unthinkable. As I've repeatedly predicted, most nuclear power plants won't be decommissioned at all, other than locking the doors. -- RF
Pensions just keep shrinking, and ultimately the Little People around the world will be left with only the pensions they have always depended on: their children. -- RF
Chart Of The Day: Here They Go Again——-Credit Card Companies Are Trolling For New Customers
A third of cash is held by 5 U.S. companies
The rising cash holdings of U.S. corporations are increasingly in the hands of a few U.S. companies, with just five tech firms having grabbed a third of it.

## The candidates ##
"Hillary Clinton Is A Danger To World Peace", French Presidential Frontrunner Le Pen Warns
The Clinton-Colombia Connection
Despite a grisly human rights record and alleged ties to drug traffickers, Colombia's ex-President Uribe has been a favorite of Hillary Clinton and her husband Bill, helping Clinton associates turn hefty profits.
Tipping the Scales for Clinton?
The Democratic split between the Sanders and Clinton wings is widening because many Sanders's backers see party chief Debbie Wasserman Schultz tipping the scales for Clinton and corporate interests.
Hillary is certainly still the favorite — if only because of the scam of superdelegates. The Democratic nomination is basically rigged. Because of those superdelegates Hillary already has the nomination locked up. But she appears to be crawling on her knees, over razor blades, towards the finish line.
Trump's Five Questions on US Foreign Policy
Along with his self-congratulatory bombast, Donald Trump has offered a rare critique of Official Washington's "group think" about foreign policy, including the wisdom of NATO expansion and the value of endless war.
Hillary Clinton's 'House of Cards'
In promoting Hillary Clinton for President, the Democratic Party is betting that American voters are ready to venture back into the Clintons' "House of Cards," a structure long defined by scandals and self-interest.



Thursday, May 19, 2016

 

News Links, May 20, 2016

## Global Ponzi meltdown/House of Cards/global cooling/deflationary collapse ##
Saudi Arabia Delays Payment to Contractors, Considers IOUs: Liquidity Crunch at Best
China's Communist Party goes way of Qing Dynasty as debt hits limit
Caterpillar Retail Sales Fall For Record 41 Consecutive Months
Gold is insurance against the bad guys hitting the reset button
There is a likelihood that gold will play a role in the next monetary system.
Casino Alert: 80 Percent Of Stocks Have A Lifetime Return Of Zero
Central banks are dumping America's debt at a record pace
The real problem with negative interest rates? They are a stealth tax
Governments want you to delay paying taxes as long as possible, the mortgage company pays you to stay in the house, and cash becomes so sought after there is even talk of abolishing it.
US slaps China steel imports with fivefold tax increase
Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work (India)
Austria May Dodge Provincial Default as Heta Deal Reached
Devaluing dollar and debt by revaluing gold is getting respectable
Oil-for-Drugs Swap: India's Answer to Venezuela's Unpaid Bills
The Inflation Targeting Scam And Why It Guarantees The Mother Of Financial Meltdowns
Saudi Arabia's economy is slowing
Bayer offers to buy Monsanto in global agrochemicals shakeout
Bayer takeover of Monsanto would create global giant
Skyrocketing housing costs 'clear and present danger' to Vancouver's economy, new report warns
Brazil's Financial Chief Says Economy Worse Off Than He Imagined
Riksbank Says It's Time To Prepare For Helicopter Money

## Cut, baby, cut! ##
Mass Layoffs Are Looming in South Korea
Analyst forecasts 20,000-30,000 job losses at shipbuilders
Gap to close 75 Old Navy, Banana Republic stores outside North America

## War on cash/cashless society ##
The Shift To A Cashless Society Is Snowballing [INFOGRAPHIC]
Coinbase will start trading bitcoin rival ethereum on its cryptocurrency exchange

## Airline death spiral ##
Officials: Wreckage of EgyptAir Flight MS804 found
In light of EgyptAir crash, can we rely on air marshals?
EgyptAir Flight MS804: Three Air Marshals Were Aboard Crashed Jet
Egyptair Flight MS804: Explosive Device 'Most Likely' Cause of Crash, Say Experts
EgyptAir Flight 804: Airline official says debris not from plane
Inspection shows JFK Airport continues to have problems with runway maintenance
Bali airport closes for maintenance, 89 flights affected
Delta Air Lines Plans To Trim Capacity Growth And Hike Fares
Muslim Memories of West's Imperialism
A century ago, Britain and France secretly divided up much of the Mideast, drawing artificial boundaries for Iraq and Syria, but Muslim resentment of Western imperialism went much deeper.


## Global unrest/mob rule/angry people/torches and pitchforks ##
Why oil and gas companies are barely scraping by
Last quarter, 86% of energy sector operating profits were used to cover the interest payments on debt.
Industry Needs to Make Tough Call on Deepwater Projects in Challenging Time
Weak crude prices, the slowdown of Chinese economic growth and the Middle East's production have reduced hydrocarbon prospects in deepwater basins by a hefty 42 percent within the past year.
Rebel Bombing Shuts Down Key Colombian Oil Pipeline
Yellow fever: The next pandemic?
Most Texas quakes likely caused by oil, gas activities: study
Oil and gas activities may have caused nearly nine in 10 of the earthquakes Texas has experienced in the past 40 years, and the quakes have become more frequent as oilfield activity has picked up in the past decade, according to a forthcoming study.

## Intelligence/security/internet/cyberwar ##
Can cyberspace be mapped? NGA's working on it

## Propaganda/censorship ##
The Danger of Demonization
As the West is sucked deeper into the Syrian conflict and starts a new Cold War with Russia, the mainstream news media has collapsed as a vehicle for reliable information, creating a danger for the world.
US researchers carry out first deep analysis of China's government-backed internet warriors

## Systemic breakdown/collapse/unsustainability ##
Working 60 Hours A Week At 3 Part-Time Jobs And Still Living Paycheck To Paycheck

Seems to be a lot of this "mileage flu" going around recently. -- RF
Household finances 'under most pressure in 22 months'
High pay for bosses hurting economy says senior Bank of England official
Mr Haldane, who has earned a reputation as one of the central bank's most radical minds, highlighted in a speech in Westminster the fact that FTSE 100 bosses are now paid 150 times the average UK worker.
The implications are huge, as observed here. A good read. -- RF
Fed Up with the Fed
Destroying our ability to discover the real cost of assets, credit and risk has not just crippled the markets--it's crippled the entire economy.

## The candidates ##
'Run, Bernie, Run': Trump keeps imploring Bernie Sanders to mount a third-party bid for president
Clintons got paid $11 million last year in personal promotion and legal bribery
HRC: The limping leader
Donald Trump's True Colors Emerge as He Snuggles up to Wall Street
Donald Trump Tweets At A Lower Reading Level Than His Competitors, But Maybe He Shouldn't
Hillary's New Milestone—-Her Negatives Now Surpass Trump's
More than 100 lawsuits, disputes, tied to Trump and his companies
Donald Trump assures Janet Yellen he's not her enemy, Federal Reserve audit isn't high priority


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