U.S. Jobless Claims Total 359,000 in Latest Week


News Flash:

The number of Americans who filed requests for jobless benefits fell by 5,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 359,000. Claims normally range from 300,000 to 400,000 when the economy is growing. So it will be joyously reported as down this week before it is quietly revised up next week?

Gas prices are going up at an incredible pace and the Labor department expects us to believe that employers are hiring? Give me a break! If they are hiring, are the jobs essentially the ones that have employees wearing name tags?

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Source Links for Today’s Items:

First…
Why Iceland won’t join the EU
http://www.youtube.com

Oh you have to love the this folks. Officials in the EU had laughed at Iceland for telling the international banking cabal to go stick it, and now, Iceland has exported its way to growth and is the envy of the EU. It looks like Iceland is having the last laugh at the expense of the anemic EU.

Next…
Gas Prices Have Taken Air Out of US Recovery
http://www.cnbc.com

Well the blame game has started folks. Jack Welch, former General Electric CEO, states that the robust economic recovery has turned lackluster thanks to unexpected surge in gas prices. No mention of the debasement of the U.S. dollar, just its in-your-face symptom of rising prices. Of course, you can expect the majority to fall for this B.S.

Next…
Suspicious Activity Reporting Flyers
http://publicintelligence.net
http://www.youtube.com

The FBI has come out with fliers for business from Internet Cafes to Beauty suppliers to keep us safe; however, just reading some of these and you get the feeling that everyone you ever knew is a terrorist. Yes folks, home of the fearful, and land of the enslaved.

Next…
Holder Loses Again
http://www.washingtonpost.com

Attorney General Holder called a Michigan militia a dangerous organization; however, a federal judge gutted the government’s case against seven of its members. The judge ruled that hatred of law enforcement does not amount to a conspiracy to rebel against the government. In short, the first and second amendments were written so that the government would be afraid of its citizens, not the other way around.

Next…
Hyperinflation in Ukraine
http://www.howtobepoor.com

Want to be a millionaire, yet cannot afford to put food on the table? Want to see your hard earned money losing half of its purchasing power every few hours? Want to see how it is like to seriously work the land for your next meal? Well, don’t worry, you may see that when hyperinflation hits you like it did in the Ukraine.

Next…
Education is a Bubble
http://azizonomics.com
http://www.emagazine.com

As many as 27% of all student loan borrowers are more than 30 days past due. In other words at least $270 billion in student loans are no longer current. On top of that, real earnings from collage graduates are stagnant. In short, if you are going to learn something that will be needed, then learn how to be a farmer because average age of an American farmer is 57 years old.

Next…
Obama Translator
http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com

Although this phrase translator is about Obama, it could also be used on other big government politicians. Imagine that when Obama says Revenue Enhancements, he is actually saying higher taxes. When he says fair share, he is actually saying higher taxes. Amazing how double-speak works.

Finally, Please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day

EPA Loses Again! Yeah!!!


News Flash:

An appeals court ruled in favor of the State of Texas. It ruled the agency is required to take another look at the permits for the projects because it originally took four years to review them, much longer than the statutory deadline of 18 months.

State Attorney Abbott said the following: “Showing seemingly no regard for the federal laws that govern what it can and cannot do, the EPA unlawfully disapproved a commonsense Texas air permitting program that fully complied with the federal Clean Air Act and reduced harmful emissions”

More at http://www.bizjournals.com


The opinionated content contained in the Hyper Report text and videos are provided for informational and entertainment purposes only. Please use the information found within this site as a starting point for conducting your own research and before making any investing decisions. All stories are sourced and the information is assumed to be truthful and reliable; however, I cannot and do not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of this information.