U.S. manufacturers grew at the slowest pace in November since the current economic expansion that began in mid-2009, a survey of executives found. The Institute for Supply Management said its manufacturing index fell to 48.6% last month from 50.1% in October, marking the lowest level since June 2009. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected the
Global Debt is up $147Tn in 20 years. That’s $7Tn a year or about 10% of our Global Economy has been debt-driven. Meanwhile, the Global GDP grew $50Tn over the same 20 years, which is $2.5Tn per year or 5% so, in simple terms, our debt is growing twice as fast
China plans to launch satellites to monitor its greenhouse gas emissions as the country, estimated to be the world’s top carbon emitter, steps up its efforts to cut such emissions, official news agency Xinhua said on Monday. According to the Xinhau report, the country’s first two carbon-monitoring satellites will be ready by next May
Global warming alarmists have been proven spectacularly wrong time and time again. So why should we believe them now?
from RT America:
HR 22 has already passed the House and Senate in the US Congress and is expected to become law. In it is a section that allows the IRS to revoke your passport if you owe more than $50,000 in federal taxes. This, despite the fact that our courts have recognized travel
Three countries with highest motivation to bomb Syria. pic.twitter.com/zcAs8flf89
— Max Keiser (@maxkeiser) November 29, 2015
Afshin Rattansi goes underground with John Pilger. Award winning journalist and author, John Pilger talks to us about how Washington, London and Paris gave birth to ISIS-Daesh. Plus we examine the media’s role in spreading
by Edmondo Burr
Animal welfare activist Anita Krajnc just couldn’t stand the sight of pigs sweltering on a hot June day while being transferred in trucks to slaughterhouses.
She usually intervenes and starts watering the thirsty pigs. But her concern for thirsty pigs has landed the Canadian activist with the threat of a 10
by Shaun Richards
On Thursday we are expecting to see a further dip into the icy-cold world of negative interest-rates made by the European Central Bank. After all the hints and promises made by its President Mario Draghi its deposit rate is expected to fall from the current -0.2% to either -0.3% or -0.4%. Also
by Martin Armstrong
The Guardian has reported that the hunt for money is indeed in full swing. Germany has now handed Greece the names of more than 10,000 Greeks who they say are dodging taxes with holdings in Swiss banks. These people are destroying the world economy and cannot even see what they are doing.
“Republicans Must Save the Cities,” Kevin D. Williamson writes:
This is where progressive urban governance leads: The combination of over-promising and under-delivering, corruption, institutional ineffectiveness, and clientelist politics ruptures the relationship between so-called public servants and the public they purport to serve. Chicago isn’t Detroit or Cleveland: It isn’t some lost city that has in
? Hillary Clinton calls for more ground troops as part of hawkish Isis strategy.
—The London Guardian, November 19th.
? Clinton can’t “conceive” any condition for combat troops in Iraq, Syria.
Unless she’s quietly added extra reinforcements to the exoskeleton, a Hillary divided against itself cannot stand!
Related: Huma vindicated! In just released
In the economic collapse forecast to begin in 2 to 3 years up to 50 million Americans will die the first 3 months. It’s tempting to view this as a culling of the herd, but if we could prevent it, would you?
Inflation: Martin Armstrong has a different slant on inflation. Armstrong believes price
Shot: $450,000 Federal Grant Went to Make Climate-Change Video Game.
—Bridget Johnson, PJ Media, yesterday.
Chaser: Black Friday warning: video games waste energy and contribute to global warming.
—Scientific American, November 28, 2008.
Also in Bridget’s article:
The Waste Report highlighted the 1980s prediction of President Obama’s science advisor, John Holdren, that a billion people