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November 5th, 2013 · No Comments · Uncategorized

 

  • Chase Isn’t the Only Bank in Trouble - mtaibbi   rollingstone
  • Wage Stagnation and Market Outcomes - economix   nytimes
  • RIP, American Dream? Why It’s So Hard for the Poor to Get Ahead Today - theatlantic
  • Introducing ‘The Tuition is Too Damn High - 10parts   washingtonpost
  • After the Meltdown - publicintegrity
  • How Private Tech Companies Are Collecting Data on You and Selling Them to the Feds for Huge Profits - alternet
  • What if journalists covered the US the way they cover the rest of the world - globalpost
  • Narcissists are ruining America - salon
  • Armed agents seize records of reporter, Washington Times prepares legal action - washingtontimes
  • Jimmy Carter: NSA Intelligence Gathering Ruining Democracy - newsmax
  • George Orwell’s Letter on Why He Wrote ‘1984’ - thedailybeast
  • The US government has betrayed the internet. We need to take it back - theguardian
  • The NSA Is Commandeering the Internet - theatlantic
  • Snowden: UK government now leaking documents about itself - theguardian
  • The Black Budget - washingtonpost
  • AT&T Has Employees Embedded In The Gov’t Providing Near Realtime Searches On Nearly Every Phone Call - techdirt
  • Reports: NSA Has Keys To Most Internet Encryption - npr
  • Maximizing shareholder value: The goal that changed corporate America - washingtonpost
  • How complex are corporate structures? - opencorporates
  • The Militarization of Policing in America - aclu
  • Is Homeland Security Preparing for the Next Wall Street Collapse? - maxkeiser
  • Nobody Should Shed a Tear for JP Morgan Chase - mtaibbi   rollingstone
  • 7 institutions so mammoth they could destroy America - salon
  • I want to believe - thenewinquiry
  • Don’t Quit Your Day Job: Powerful interests are often pundits’ real bosses - FAIR.org
  • Highest-paid U.S. CEOs are often fired or fined: study - reuters
  • The Confidential Memo at the Heart of the Global Financial Crisis - vice
  • Government statistics 12 years after 9/11 - mcalvanyweekly
  • There is nothing random about the LAX shooting - esquire
  • Einstein and The Great Fed Robbery (20Sept13) - nanex

     

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