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Greece Hit By Sudden Surge In Refugees – Did Erdogan Break EU-Turkey Immigration Deal?

As tensions soar between Ankara and Berlin, following Germany's angry response to Erdogan's call for those of Turkish descent to vote against Merkel, a coincidentally huge wave of refugees has suddenly started appearing on Greek coasts, making some wonder if Erdogan has broken his EU-Immigration deal. The last six days have seen over 1,200 refugees […]

The Fate Of Saudi’s Vision 2030 Rests On Aramco IPO

Authored by Zainab Calcuttawala via OilPrice.com, It has been two months since Prince Mohammed Bin Salman’s ascendance to the role of heir to the Saudi Arabian throne, and the preliminary effects of his aggressive economic diversification and anti-Iran platforms are beginning to show. The influence of Bin Salman (widely known as MBS) on foreign policy […]

Deutsche Bank Forced To Slash Fixed-Income Research Price By Half On Lackluster Demand

One by one over the past several months, Europe’s largest investment banks have each rolled out their new pricing models detailing how they’ll charge for research in 2018 once the new MiFID II regulations go into effect.  Pricing strategies have varied from expensive all-in packages costing nearly $500,000 a year to pay-as-you-go plans that charge […]

Two New Totalitarian Movements: Radical Islam And Political Correctness

Authored by A.Z.Mohamed via The Gatestone Institute, The attempt in the West to impose a strict set of rules about what one is allowed to think and express in academia and in the media — to the point that anyone who disobeys is discredited, demonized, intimidated and in danger of losing his or her livelihood […]

Visualizing The Countries Most And Least Accepting Of Migrants

According to new research from Gallup, many countries on the frontlines of Europe's migration crisis are among the least-accepting countries worldwide for migrants. Statista's Nial McCarthy notes that the research found that Macedonia, Montenegro, Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia and Croatia which are all along the Balkan route for asylum seekers recorded the lowest scores for accepting migrants. You will […]

Globalist Strategy Exposed: Use Crazy Leftists And Provocateurs To Enrage/Demonize Conservatives

Authored by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market.com, The false left/right paradigm is an often misunderstood concept. Many people who are aware of it sometimes wrongly assume that it asserts the claim that there is "no left or right political spectrum;" that it is all a farce. This is incorrect. In regular society there is indeed a […]

If Student Loans Were Honest

College is going to be one of the biggest investments of your life… …which is why you should just trust what the student loan companies tell you without even thinking twice about how much you could be screwed after school has ended. http://WarMachines.com

Guard Your Mind Like the Precious Resource It Is

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, I’m concerned about a better world. I’m concerned about justice; I’m concerned about brotherhood; I’m concerned about truth. And when one is concerned about that, he can never advocate violence. For through violence you may murder a murderer, but you can’t murder murder. Through violence you may murder […]

Hartford Bankruptcy Looms As CT Gov Admits “We Spent Money On Wrong Things”

Connecticut Governor Daniel Malloy is among the country’s least popular governors after forcing through two tax hikes that sent individuals and corporations fleeing from the state. Luckily for the state and its people, Malloy apparently has no interest in sticking around to take the heat when it comes time for the next hike: He has […]

Bezos Vs Putin – Who Will Be The First Trillionaire?

Authored by James Durso via TheHill.com, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is the one of the world’s richest men, and he may become the first trillionaire. But some think Russian President Vladimir Putin’s alleged $200 billion fortune surpasses Bezos’ paltry $90 billion. Who is really #1? It depends how you count. First, the numbers are dodgy. […]

Watchdog Group Files FOIA Request For Mnuchin’s Flight Logs After Wife’s Instagram Spat

Steve Mnuchin’s bombshell of a ‘trophy wife’, Scottish actress Louise Linton, is about to learn that there are consequences for snarky, condescending social media rants…well, for Republicans and their immediate family anyway.  Apparently Linton’s now-infamous Instagram post yesterday responding to a social media troll has sparked the interest of a watchdog group called Citizens for […]

America’s Inner Cities Are In Chaos… Just Look At Baltimore & Chicago

Via StockBoardAsset.com, America’s real war zone is not in Afghanistan or on the Korean Demilitarized Zone. It’s actually in our inner cities where this forgotten war decades old is plagued with out of control homicides and an opioid crisis tearing America apart at the seams. The root cause of this chaos is from with-in and […]

Paul Brodsky: “Sorry, It Had To Be Said”

Submitted by Paul Brodsky from Macro Allocation Being Here      “As long as the roots are not severed, all is well. And all will be well in the garden.”       – Chauncey Gardner (Chance, the Gardner) This piece takes a roundhouse swing at politics, real and imagined, and discusses critical economic issues that politicians should […]

“Bitcoin Saved My Life…”

Authored by Joe Withrow via InternationalMan.com, Eli’s mother was dying from cancer. Eli is 33 years old. He owns a shoe store in Caracas, Venezuela. His mother has bone cancer. Venezuela’s currency is the bolivar. It lost 62% of its purchasing power in February. (It lost 67% the month before that.) That means prices for […]

Japanese Bond Market Volume Collapses To Record Low

With volatility at record lows… The Japanese bond market remains paralyzed with trading volumes hitting record lows as private bondholders no longer dare to even breathe without instructions from the central bank. Gross purchases of JGBs by investors dropped 22% to 12.6t yen ($115.1b) in July, the least since May 2016, according to the latest […]