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Everyone In The UK Is Going Nuts Over A Report On A Secret Love Affair With Political Implications!!!

On Saturday night, British newspaper the Daily Mail dropped a bombshell report that said Prime Minister David Cameron was dealing with the fallout of a secret love affair between two members of London’s political elite.

 

If the Mail is to be believed, Cameron was “stunned” by the news. “This revelation is dynamite,” one source told the Mail. “None of us could believe it when we first heard it.”

There’s a catch, however. The Mail [...]

The Incoming Wave of Worldwide QE Is Not Going To Work

If anyone wants my thoughts on this, and it’s probably worth what it’s costing you, here they are…

The Fed does NOT want to appear political. Not to say they aren’t political, but they do have to work with both parties in Congress, so they hate to change policy in the midst of an election cycle for fear of alienating one side of the aisle.

That said, if it means putting a [...]

Deflation? Don’t Count On It – Jeff Clark – Casey Research

Dear Readers,

I doubt anyone will settle the inflation-deflation debate any time soon, or at all, until it becomes a matter of the historical record. That’s not because it’s in any way unknowable or subject to that oft-cited cop-out: “too many variables.” It’s because the answers have political implications, and those make people with differing views resistant to arguments and data that contradict their views.

Selective blindness and amnesia are, alas, far [...]

Christie goes to Israel

JERUSALEM (CBSNewYork) – Chris Christie arrived in Israel on Monday, his first trip abroad as governor of New Jersey.

Christie said the visit is deeply personal, but it will also burnish his foreign policy credentials. It could even help him win re-election and help him enormously if he runs for president, CBS 2?s Marcia Kramer reports.

It’s hard to tell which picture of Gov. Christie in Israel is more compelling, the man placing both hands [...]

REGULATE: Embedding YOUTUBE Videos May Soon Be a Felony

 

 

 

 

Techdirt reports that Senate bill 978 – a bill to amend the criminal penalty provision for criminal infringement of a copyright, and for other purposes – may be used to prosecute people for embedding YouTube videos.

According to Mark Masnick, if a website embeds a YouTube video that is determined to have infringed on copyright and more than 10 people view it on that website, the [...]