Emergency: Contaminated Michigan Water Causing Hair To Fall Out

January 20, 2016 - 3:50pm

A state of emergency has been declared in Michigan as 100,000 of Flint city residents drank contaminated water that they say is causing their hair to fall out. The reason for contamination has been blamed on inadequate chemical treatment of water that contained lead leached from old pipes in 2014. YourNewsWire reader, Kushal Kumar, points out that a prediction of this exact scenario had been published in an astrological article entitled – “Astrological probable alerts for US in year 2016” – last year on 15 October, 2015.

The Bull Market in Stocks May Be Done

January 20, 2016 - 3:47pm

by Keith Weiner   It has come to my attention that, perhaps, the great stock bull market is done. To most people, a bull market is good, and its end is bad. After all, a rising market signifies a healthy economy. Investors are making money. And it seems to prove that the free market is validated, able to deliver miracles despite Obamacare. Share prices are connected to business productivity, aren’t they? In a free market they are, of course. However—and this cannot be said too often—we don’t have a free market. We have monetary policy.

Trump, Mad Genius

January 20, 2016 - 3:15pm

Well, I thought the Palin speech was grating and idiotic, but then, I would think that. But in terms of politics, I agree with Scott Adams: it was probably a home run for Trump.
Before Palin took the stage, my colleague Daniel Larison tweeted that Trump, who gassed on about his greatness for over 20 minutes, was saying the same things that made us all dismiss him as a joke six months ago. Who’s laughing now? You wanna laugh at this year’s model of Palin too?

Stocks, Commodities, & Bond Yields Are Collapsing

January 20, 2016 - 3:01pm
Stocks, Commodities, & Bond Yields Are Collapsing

10Y Treasury Yields are plunging back below 2.00% (lowest in 3 months), WTI crude front-month (March) has just tumbled to a $28 handle, and Dow futures are now down over 500 points from this morning's exuberant stimulus hope highs... Crude has collaped back below $29...   Stocks are in free-fall...

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