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By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com This cartoon would be even funnier if were not partially true. These days the average American owes $8,000 dollars on his credit cards. I was asked by a friend of mine, “How should I hedge my investments in
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com President Obama’s speech on health care to Congress was high on emotion but short on details. When he was finished, I wasn’t sure the “Public Option” was in or out. I do not know how you can insure an additional 46
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com This is a tale of 2 stories the press started covering last week. One, let’s call it the “Kidnapped Girl” story. It’s about a young woman who escaped after being kidnapped and held against her will for
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com John Crudele is one of the good guys when it come to telling the truth and protecting your investments. The article below is nothing short of brilliant, concise and adds real clarity with what stinks about the economy.
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com The country has lost one of the most influential members of the U.S. Senate in the last 50 years. Ted Kennedy was called the “Lion of the Senate” for good reason. Even though he was a staunch
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Yesterday, the Federal Reserve lost a big decision regarding it’s transparency. Bloomberg, a financial news organization, filed a Freedom Of Information Act last year to get records to find out where the Fed spent trillions bailing out big banks in
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com In July comedian Jon Stewart, anchor of the Daily Show on Comedy Central, was voted the “Most Trusted” Newscaster. He had almost as many votes as Charlie Gibson and Brian Williams combined. Katie Couric, according to the Time
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Glen Beck’s problems with his advertisers started on “Fox & Friends” the morning of July 28th when he said President Obama has “a deep-seated hatred for white people,” adding, “This guy is, I believe, a racist.” Since
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com “Eat the Bankers” was written on a sign I saw in the background of the media coverage of the G20 meeting in London. To me the sign embodies the outrage working people have with the bankers. Not
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com My wife and I were out to lunch with a friend of ours and she asked me,”When is the economy going to get better?” If you saw Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s testimony in the Senate yesterday, the
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com I have been hearing about how we as in “We the people…” have to fix the banks so they can lend money again. Many options have been discussed and it looks like the President is strongly leaning
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com A friend of mine, who is a crack investigative producer, just got a gig with a major network. His new job will be to cover the Madoff story. There is no doubt this is a big story
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Back in the late 60’s and early 70’s prime interest rates averaged 6 or 7 percent. Back before 1971 it was possible to save money at a reasonable guaranteed rate of return and easily keep ahead of
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com The uneven form the financial bailout has taken is really quite galling to me. The headline: Not a single bank president has been asked to step down or a single plan asked for from the big banks.