Saturday, March 27, 2010


News Links, March 28, 2010

Iraq's oil output targets 'impossible'

The Collapse of Journalism/The Journalism of Collapse: New Storytelling and a New Story

Greece: Why Europe's Support Plan Won't Fix the Problem
Credit Institute: Eurozone may not survive, warns panel
Globalization Critic Noreena Hertz: 'Even War Is Good for Economic Growth'
Jim Rogers on Oil, Gold and the Biggest US Bubble
Bill Gross Warning May Catch Bond Investors Off-Guard
Dubai debt plan meant to show emirate back on feet

Electric cars a major environmental threat?
Heat-Toting Ocean Currents Chugging Along
Earth entering Anthropocene age

Thailand's red shirts confront army in Bangkok
2 Short-Range Nuclear-Capable Missiles Pass Test: India
Arabs unite against Israel at annual summit
South Korea rules out navy ship sunk by North Korea

Western companies are finding themselves shut out as Beijing promotes homegrown rivals

UK: Millions of tonnes of edible food are being thrown away every year
CO2 ruling puts airport growth at risk

Australia: Queensland construction collapse: 37,000 at risk

US: Money may be owed for years after homeowners' default
Allergies are mysteriously on the rise in U.S.
Washington's inaction threatens U. S. dairy farmers
"Most farms are now at or approaching negative equity situations. Credit for these operations will be impossible."
Detroit considers ways to downsize
Commercial real estate market winds up decade of extremes
212,000 to lose jobless benefits April 5
4-Day School Weeks Coming To Illinois
Ron Paul Sees Dollar Disappearing, Gold and Silver Going Much Higher
Former militiaman unapologetic for calls to vandalize offices over health care
"He said he believes throwing bricks through windows sends a warning to Democratic lawmakers that the health-care reform legislation they passed Sunday has caused so much unrest that it could result in a civil war."

And finally: Excess in the Final Days: New York Helicopter Commute for $200 a Day Signals Revival

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