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Zero Hedge | The administration has laid out part one of its plans for reforming the system in a detailed report released by the Treasury Department late Monday.

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Breitbart | Even at Bogotá airport in Colombia, the closest major capital city to Venezuela, a look of curiosity comes over the faces of staff when you tell them you are heading to Caracas.

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Michael Snyder | Did you know that the sixth largest bank in Spain failed in spectacular fashion just a few days ago?

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Westmonster | Brussels eyeing bumper UK handout.

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Zero Hedge | "We think that there is too much risk in this market at the moment, we think it's crazy."

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Michael Snyder | If everything is going to be “just fine”, why are so many big names in the financial community warning about an imminent meltdown?

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Wall Street Journal | Consumers’ improving fortunes reflect falling unemployment and continued, if lackluster, economic growth.

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Zero Hedge | Speaking at a CDU election rally in Munich, Merkel said that Europe "must take its fate into its own hands".

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Michael Snyder | A stock market crash is coming, and the Democrats and the mainstream media are going to blame Donald Trump for it even though it won’t be his fault.

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The Daily Sheeple | Every day of 2016, New York City held an average of 7,633 people in jail for pretrial detention.




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