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  • A Million US Families Are Living On A Shocking $2 Per Day (Obama's Depression/Michelle In Vail)

    02/24/2012 1:20:26 PM PST · by blam · 28 replies
    TBI ^ | 2-24-2012 | Noelia de la Cruz
    Over A Million US Families Are Living On A Shocking $2 Per Day Noelia de la Cruz Febuary 24,2012More than 1.46 million families in the U.S. are living on $2 or less per day, a new study found. That's up from the 636,000 households who lived under the same conditions in 1996. Two dollars or less per day translates to about $60 per person, per month. While 43 percent of American households receive government benefits, a decreasing proportion of those benefits go to the poor, the researchers from University of Michigan and Harvard University, said. The study based its definition...
  • Leading Population Researcher: There Is A 90% Chance Of “Collapse Of Global Civilization”

    10/25/2011 11:24:25 AM PDT · by blam · 51 replies
    SHTF Plan ^ | 10-25-2011 | Mac Slavo
    Leading Population Researcher: There Is A 90% Chance Of “Collapse Of Global Civilization” (Ehrlich) Mac Slavo October 25th, 2011 Paul Ralph Ehrlich, biologist and professor of population studies at Stanford University, has been warning for decades (The Population Bomb, 1968) that the earth is becoming increasingly unstable and incapable of supporting our ever expanding population growth. With 7 billion people on the planet and growth estimated to continue at a pace that would reach 15 billion by the end of the 21st century, Ehrlich notes that our concerns about feeding the world’s population and meeting energy resource needs for future...
  • Deep Downturn or Greater Depression - Which Is It?

    03/30/2009 2:35:11 PM PDT · by arthurus · 8 replies · 669+ views
    Seeking Alpha ^ | March 30,2009 | Brett Owens
    So here we are - the end of March 2009. We've been in a recession since December 2007. The stock market began rallying a couple of weeks ago, despite economic news that still looks as bleak as ever. So is this time to start buying undervalued blue chip stocks, following the play book that has worked so well over the past 25 years of buying good, quality stocks on dips?