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Bitcoin’s next future move could come as early as Friday as SEC to decide on fate of ETF

Bitcoin has gone through a great deal of volatility over the past three months, including its reaching a new all-time high and surpassing the price of gold in dollar terms earlier this month.  And while Bitcoin's extremes in price movement have been primarily due to third party conduits such as through Bitcoin exchanges and regulatory restrictions imposed upon the crypto-currency by sovereign governments, t ...

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BRICS coalition falling apart as Brazil now in worst recession ever and South Africa moving towards land confiscation

In the past six months, three of the five BRICS nations have not only seen their place in the economy of the world's best emerging markets decline, but in some cases get shattered by political and monetary programs that have rendered them to the back burner as players on the global financial stage. Starting in November of last year, India announced a sudden repatriation of their two largest currency notes, ...

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European think tank puts EU on a path to collapse much greater than the 2008 financial crisis

Despite the unprecedented amount of money spent by both sovereign governments and central banks to bailout financial institutions over the past eight years, a new report from a European think tank has determined that the state of Europe's financial system right now is worse than in 2008, and on the path to a much greater collapse than what nearly occurred during the crisis of that year. Measuring the years ...

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The future is now: A house built in a day by a printer, and managed by computers and robots

Over the weekend an interesting presentation video was going viral across the industrial spectrum.  A 400 sq. ft. house was printed (manufactured) in a city in Russia in just 24 hours. Engineered by a company named Apis Cor, this groundbreaking project required only a minimal amount of human labor, and was able to 'print' a solid eco-friendly domicile in under one day even in temperatures falling below zero ...

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State of California joins Silicon Valley in replacing American workers with untrained foreigners

Liberals and progressives are very sneaky individuals as they constantly attempt to project their own biases against others to mask what their true agenda is all about.  For example, while their politicians continuously call for the government to use more and more taxpayer money to feed the poor and the homeless, these same officials are caging their own citizens living in poverty behind fenced in areas to ...

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Trump's first month in office sees the lowest number of initial jobless claims in 44 years

Whether the real data continues to show severe underlying problems in the U.S. economy, one thing is for certain... the optimism by the American people that things will get better under President Trump is running very high.  And perhaps this can be seen in no better light when on March 2 the first report under Trump's new administration regarding initial jobless claims came out, and the results showed a dec ...

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New York union pension fund goes insolvent, becoming the first in what is expected to be a domino effect

While several public and private pension funds in the U.S. have had to enforce changes due to massive underfunding, on Feb. 28 a New York Local Teamsters pension fund officially went insolvent and now their member retirees will have to take less in monthly benefits through the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. Cited as the first pension fund in the U.S. to completely run out of money, this event is expe ...

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One European country creates office of Sex Tsar to deal with declining birth rates

A number of years ago, a province in Russia authorized a day off for workers specifically so they could have sex in the hopes of procreating to battle against the nation's declining birth rates. Workers in a Russian region have been given today off to have sex in a bid to boost the birth rate. Today has been declared the Day of Conception in Ulyanovsk, Lenin's birthplace, when couples are told go to home an ...

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Americans can thank the failed War on Drugs as Heroin and opiod deaths now surpass gun homicides

When the planes hit the World Trade Center towers in 2001, it also marked the year with the lowest amount of illegal opium and heroin imports out of the country of Afghanistan.  And despite the fact that the majority of 9/11 terrorists were from Saudi Arabia and not the Central Asian country, President George Bush conned Americans into believing that we needed to go to war with the Afghans because they were ...

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China's central bank developing sovereign crypto-currency to begin to replace physical cash

As the Chinese government battles over regulation of Bitcoin exchanges within their financial system, the People's Bank of China (PBOC) is currently developing their own sovereign crypto-currency that would begin to replace physical Yuan in a digitally based monetary system. Using the same Blockchain technology that Bitcoin runs on, China's central bank is working towards a digital currency that could easil ...

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Small sect of French progressives want to elect an illegal alien for President

As the chaos of political winds continue to blow in France over who will become the next leader of the European nation, one group of liberal progressives wants to have an illegal alien step in to become their next President. Desiring to bring their own 'Hope and Change' to French shores, a liberal activist group has created a petition and website titled Obama 2017.FR, and they are seeking to get his name on ...

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Tennessee's legislature votes to begin process for a Constitutional Convention

One of the interesting consequences that went under the radar from last November's elections is the fact that Republicans gained almost an overwhelming majority in state legislatures.  So big in fact that they are now just two states away from being able to initiate a Constitutional Convention, and with states having liberal of Democratic majorities nearly being unable to have any say in the process. Americ ...

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