37 Percent Rate Increase In 2018??? Obamacare Is Imploding And It Must Be Repealed Now!

Are you ready to pay 37 percent more for health insurance in 2018?

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Will America’s Prosperity Be Completely Wiped Out By Our Growing Debt?

The reality that most of us are facing today is a reality where debts never seem to get repaid and credit card balances just continue to grow.

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Paul Craig Roberts To The American Left: R.I.P.

Once upon a time the leftwing of the political spectrum was committed to the advancement of the working class and its protection from political and economic abuse by the owners of the means of production

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Goldman: This Will Be The Biggest Buyer Of Stocks In 2018

Original Link | ZeroHedge In July, many were surprised to learn (even though we have shown this many times prior), that according to Credit Suisse analysts there has been just one buyer of stocks since the financial crisis: the corporate sector, also known…

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Don’t Miss This Historic Surge…

Original Link | DailyReckoning The relentless rally marches on. The Dow has eclipsed 23,000. The Nasdaq is up more than 23% year-to-date. Stocks are also breaking out across the globe. The Japanese Nikkei is leading world markets higher this morning….

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Are We Watching The End Of An Empire?

A 40-year-old essay predicted the end of an empire and current events sure make it look like we’re watching it happen in real time.

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90% Of What You Watch On Television Is Controlled By Just 6 Giant Corporations

How much is your view of the world shaped by what you see on television?

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How The Elite Dominate The World

Did you know that 8 men now have as much wealth as the poorest 3.6 billion people living on the planet combined?

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Look Out Tesla, Apple’s On Your Six!

Shares of Apple moved lower after the company unveiled its newest models of the iPhone.

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The Craziest Mortgage Scheme I’ve Ever Seen

The Great Financial Crisis happened because Wall Street was financing homes for people who couldn’t afford them.

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