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What Do They Know? Why Are So Many Of The Super Wealthy Preparing Bug Out Locations?

Submitted by Michael Snyder via The End of The American Dream blog, A lot of ultra-rich people are quietly preparing to “bug out” when the time comes. They are buying survival properties, they are buying farms in far away countries and they are buying deep underground bunkers. Show More Summary

Here's Some Frightening Honesty (Courtesy Of The US Congress)

Submitted by Simon Black via Sovereign Man blog, A member of my staff caught an obscure resolution that was introduced in the US House of Representatives last week—Resolution no. 41. The fact that there was essentially no coverage of...Show More Summary

How "Unequal" Is Your State?

Submitted by Salil Mehta via Statistical Ideas blog, It's an appealing chart from this week's Economic Policy Institute's report, leveraging the fashionable, French economist Piketty's statistics, in order to illustrate how well the "top 1%" are doing in each of the 50 states. Show More Summary

We Ignore Unintended Consequences At Our Peril

Submitted by Chris Martenson via Peak Prosperity, Early in my business career, I was faced with a challenge that gave me an appreciation for a critical lesson about life and business. It's that oftentimes, even with the best of intentions, our actions create consequences completely different from what we intend. Show More Summary

Market Calls Fed's Bluff - Desperation Becomes Palpable

Submitted by Jeffrey Snider via Alhambra Investment Partners, Funding Markets just called The FOMC's bluff. Janet Yellen and her colleagues would like to welcome you, not unlike Tim Geithner’s 2010 expedition in this area, to the recovery. Show More Summary

The Future of Medicine? Forget Private Doctor Appointments, Group Medical Visits are Coming

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, around 10 percent of family doctors already offer shared medical appointments, sessions that bring together a dozen or more patients with similar medical conditions to meet with a doctor for 90 minutes. Show More Summary

Curtis Olafson: America Needs A Constitutional Convention

The article submitted by “Game ND” (“From The Left: Why Are ND Republicans Promoting A Constitutional Convention?”) contains a significant amount of misinformation that warrants correction. Game ND appears to have not researched the history of the deliberations of our Founding Fathers regarding the state-initiated Article V process when they adopted Article V during the...

Superpower Blunders: Czechoslovakia In 1938

Submitted by Erico Matias Tavares of Sinclair & Co. Superpower Blunders: Czechoslovakia In 1938 The Czechoslovakia crisis of 1938 marked a pivotal shift in the balance of power in Central Europe, putting the major world superpowers in a collision course. Show More Summary

The Most Super Bowl

The Most Super Bowl 3:12 You won't BELIEVE what happens at halftime... Submitted by: bowlingfortiffany Regular Keywords: super bowl football super bowl XLIX sketch comedy puppy bowl puppy puppies cute chase williamson clay elliott wes...Show More Summary

Bestiality Webcam Model Audition

Bestiality Webcam Model Audition 3:17 The the lovers of animals. Submitted by: WhitneyRice Regular Keywords: bestiality webcam webcam model pet sex animal sex animals pets animal pet cat dog love lover lovers birds fish moose canaryShow More Summary

Meet Loretta Lynch – Obama’s Attorney General Nominee Who Might Be Even Worse than Eric Holder

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, On matters of policy, Ms. Lynch called capital punishment “an effective penalty” and said she disagreed with Mr. Obama’s statements that marijuana was no more harmful than alcohol. Show More Summary

Another Step Down The Long, Slow Road To IRA Nationalization

Submitted by Simon Black via Sovereign Man blog, Let’s take a brief walk into financial reality for a moment. At the time of this writing, the United States government’s official debt is nearly $18.1 trillion. Now, let’s look at who the biggest owners of that debt are: 1) Taxpayers of the United States. Show More Summary

Daily Inspiration #1987

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want to participate and share your graphic design inspiration, You can submit your imagesShow More Summary

The Fed Is Now Frontrunning Value Investors

Submitted by Nick Nanda And Kai Wu of Kaleidoscope Capital (pdf) The Fed Is The New Value Investor THE DEMISE OF HEDGE FUNDS Something strange seems to be developing beneath the surface in markets since the financial crisis. Stocks, especially U.S. Show More Summary

The Death Of The American Dream In 22 Numbers

Submitted by Michael Snyder via The End of The American Dream blog, We are the generation that gets to witness the end of the American Dream. The numbers that you are about to see tell a story. They tell a story of a once mighty economy that is dying. Show More Summary

Your Complete Guide to Super Bowl 49

Your Complete Guide to Super Bowl 49 Everything you need to know in order to properly experience the game. Submitted by: patshereyouguys Regular Keywords: super bowl super bowl 49 super bowl xlix big game nfl patriots deflategate seahawks...Show More Summary

5 Things To Ponder: Ascending Contingencies

Submitted by Lance Roberts via STA Wealth Management, I spill a lot of digital ink pointing out potential investment risk to investors. As I have stated in the past, the reason I do this is because the media expends a great amount of effort to avoid such a discussion because it does not attract viewership/readership. Show More Summary

How Do You Solve A Problem Like Syriza?

Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, First off, no, I don’t think Syriza is a problem, I just couldn’t resist the Sound of Music link once it popped into my head, as in ‘headlines you can sing’. I think Syriza may well be a solution, if it plays its cards right. Show More Summary

NAREA & CAES Call for papers (deadline 2/1)

Submitted by Martin Heintzelman: The 2015 Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association (NAREA) & the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (CAES) Annual Meeting and Workshop will be held June 27-30 at Hotel Viking in the historic seaside town of Newport, Rhode Island. The 2015 conference features many opportunities to interact and...

Looks Like I'll Be Able To Retire Comfortably At Age 91

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, My advice is to focus not on retiring comfortably, but on working comfortably. You've probably seen articles and adverts discussing how much money you'll need to "retire comfortably." The trick of course is the definition of comfortable. Show More Summary

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