>Priceless

>How The Federal Reserve Bought The Economics Professionby Ryan Grimryan@huffingtonpost.com (October 23 2009)The Federal Reserve, through its extensive network of consultants, visiting scholars, alumni and staff economists, so thoroughly dominates the field of economics that real criticism of the central bank has become a career liability for members of the profession, an investigation by the … Continue reading >Priceless

>America’s Pending Collapse

>by Timothy V Gattocountercurrents.org (November 20 2009)The truth that most people realize but can't openly talk about is that America has seen better days and that the system of capitalism has long outlived its usefulness. The last part of that sentence, that capitalism has outlived its usefulness, is thoroughly the fault of the capitalists themselves.For … Continue reading >America’s Pending Collapse

>Red Alert: The Second Wave of The Financial Tsunami

>The wave is gathering force & could hit between the first & second quarter of 2010by Matthias ChangFuture Fast Forward (November 22 2009)Global Research (November 22 2009)Many of my friends who have been receiving my e-mail alerts over the last two years have lamented that in recent weeks I have not commented on the state … Continue reading >Red Alert: The Second Wave of The Financial Tsunami

>Age of cyber warfare is ‘dawning’

>Cyber war has moved from fiction to fact, says a report.Compiled by security firm McAfee, it bases its conclusion on analysis of recent net-based attacks.BBC News (November 17 2009)Analysis of the motives of the actors behind many attacks carried out via the internet showed that many were mounted with a explicitly political aim.It said that … Continue reading >Age of cyber warfare is ‘dawning’