Fed Audit Bill Passes the House (327-98)


News Flash:

Having 274 co-sponsors – including 45 Democrats and 229 Republicans, the Audit the Fed bill, opposed by Bernanke, passed the house by a vote of 327-98.

Similar legislation, S. 202, introduced by Sen Rand Paul, faces a much harder road… Even during an election year.

Source: http://www.bloomberg.com


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Dinosaur CNN Nightmare


News Flash:

CNN, which started in the 1980’s, had its worst month in May in over 20 years.  The only reason people flock to CNN, presently, is because of CNN’s expensive network of overseas bureaus.

One of the reasons why this government mouthpiece is losing viewers is the inability to stop sucking up to the political and business elite.  Another reason, is the fact that this organization is unable to get out and meet the people and report what people really need; thus, more and more people are turning to the internet.  For example, what kind of criteria does it take for CNN to consider covering Ron Paul?  When Jon Stewart was able to lampoon the fact that the media establishment was completely, and deliberately, ignoring Ron Paul, it is very sick.  The news media elite executives should really wipe their mouths after giving their political and business leaders multiple BJ’s.

At this point, CNN, along with other government mouthpieces like Fox News, may as well just shut down because of their inability to do their advertised job.

http://www.independent.co.uk


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Hyper Report recommends the reading of Gregory Mannarino’s The Game is Rigged


Today’s Items:

First…
Oil Down to Near $94 on China, Europe Concerns
http://www.philstar.com

Hey, what happened to the $5 to $6 dollar a gallon for gas that was predicted? Oil prices, and subsequent gas prices have been dropping. In fact, Oil has dropped because the Chinese economy is slowing faster than expected and the fiscal mess in Europe. Speculation that Greece will abandon the euro-zone helped boost the perceived value of the U.S. dollar, pushing down crude prices.

Next…
India April Inflation Worse than Expected
http://www.philstar.com

Expecting 6.7 percent inflation, what India got, instead, was 7.2 percent.   Food increased 10.5 percent in April alone.  India’s economy is growing at its slowest pace in over two years.   And the global economy continues to recover.

Next…
Signal A Collapse
http://kingworldnews.com

According to Dan Norcini, a colleague of Jim Sinclair, if we see a sustained yield on the U.S. 10-Year Note below the 1.8% level, it may trigger a global deflationary wave.  Of course, Benji Bernanke does not want a deflationary depression; therefore, he will do anything to prevent that from happening.  In short, Bernanke may not want to do another round of QE, due to the political implications, but the market may force his hand if stocks  and interest rates really begin to plummet.

Next…
Chaos, Derivatives, and Quantum Physics
http://www.financialsense.com

Everyday, the financial markets get more and more chaotic. In fact, derivatives have become so chaotic that they no longer obey the classical laws of physics.  It may not be long before those dueling manipulating supercomputers will be useless.  In the end, the only thing that one can count on is what they have in hand; therefore keep stacking physical.

Next…
If the Power Grid Goes Down, All Bets Are Off
http://www.youtube.com

Please review the video by SGT Report as he interviews James Wesley Rawles about what to do if the fragile Power-grid goes down.  Human nature is going to come into play as the collapse happens.  The best thing to do is to geographically isolate yourself, and your loved ones as much as possible and preposition your supplies as necessary.

Next…
If You Live In California Things Just Got A Whole Lot Worse
http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com
http://www.nytimes.com

These days, California is very similar to Greece in many ways.  You know, the calls for austerity – Yet the inability to balance the budget with a $16 billion shortfall.   Also, with taxes going up, there will be a lot more wealthy people warming up the moving trucks to get the hell out the state.   When that happens, expect that official 11% unemployment in California to go up big time.

Next…
Ron Paul Ends his Hunt for Votes
http://www.washingtontimes.com
http://dougwead.wordpress.com

Like Iowa’s vote hold, that turned out to be for Ron Paul instead of Goldman Sachs Romney, Arizona may also fall into the Ron Paul category.  With that said, Ron Paul is not going to spend money he does not have on states that have not voted yet; however, he is still in the race. He also encourages his supporters to still turn out and vote. And the race for delegates continues…

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

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