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Water Could be Bad For You… Study Suggests?

Written by AJ Burlingham, as originally appearing on Brain of Burlingham: Last week it was found by a team of researchers at John Hopkins University that water, the cornerstone for life as we know it and number five choice of hydration around the world, (behind soda, tea, beer, and coffee) could now cause health issues. […]

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Alan Greenspan: “The Economy Sucks. Buy Gold.”

Alan “the Maestro” Greenspan is the former chairman of the Federal Reserve. He was also one of the foremost architects of the 2008 recession. Greenspan is severely at fault for the massive housing bubble of the early 2000s, which he has yet to willingly accept any blame for. But perhaps he is finally facing the […]

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Texas Nurse Catches Ebola – 2nd Case in America.

On Fox News, we read: A health care worker at a Dallas hospital tested positive for Ebola in a preliminary test, the Texas Department of State Health Services said in a statement early Sunday. The health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, who has not been identified, provided care for Thomas Eric Duncan, the […]

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Bad Credit: S&P Downgrades Finland Debt Rating.

On CNBC, we read: Standard & Poor’s downgraded Finland’s sovereign debt rating to AA+ from AAA on Friday, citing economic weak development. It also revised the country’s outlook to “stable” from “negative.” The ratings agency said Finland could experience “protracted stagnation” due to its aging population, shrinking workforce and weakening external demand. In addition, S&P […]

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First US Ebola Patient Dies – Thoughts and Analysis.

On Fox News, we read: The Liberian man diagnosed with Ebola last month just days after arriving in Texas has died after nearly two weeks in a Dallas hospital’s isolation room, officials confirmed. Thomas Eric Duncan, believed to be 42,  who became the first person diagnosed with the killer virus on American soil during the […]

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Unemployment Lowest Since 2008, And It’s Bad News…

Numbers recently released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that the Unemployment Rate has dipped to 5.9%. Those individuals who believe the US economy is going through a recovery phase hailed the numbers as a sign of the long-awaited light at the end of the recessionary tunnel. Vice President Joe Biden is one such […]

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UK General: “Bombing ISIS is Futile.”

On The Sunday Times, we read: A Former head of the UK military warned this weekend that Isis, also known as Islamic State, will never be defeated by air attacks alone… General Lord Richards, who stepped down as chief of the defence staff last year, said a conventional military campaign on the scale of the […]

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Ron Paul: “Scottish Referendum Gives Reasons to be Hopeful.”

Posted on the Ron Paul Institute, as written by Ron Paul: Even though it ultimately failed at the ballot box, the recent campaign for Scottish independence should cheer supporters of the numerous secession movements springing up around the globe. In the weeks leading up to the referendum, it appeared that the people of Scotland were […]

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Obama’s War on ISIS Summarized.

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“NO” – The Future of Scottish Secession.

Scotland recently voted “No” to declaring independence. It was not a surprising result; I had predicted they would vote No. I also thought the vote would be close, which was also correct: I think it was 55% who voted No against 45% who voted Yes. I was a little disappointed to see a majority “No” […]

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