When I first saw the headline I thought it was about "Costa Rica". I suppose my brain could not conceive that a CALIFORNIA wealthy county like Contra Costa would no longer prosecute criminals.
The deputies in my county have never done more than take reports or write tickets, but I'm in Arizona.
They're pumping OUR money into the banks "too big to fail" and the smaller banks are given to the larger banks.
I haven't bothered to post the daily bad news about unemployement, stocks and economic data, it's rather pointless. I'm making bio char today and planting some seeds.
CNN Money wrote an interesting article on the banks' failures to list many foreclosed properties for sale.
Apparently, the real estate market is in much worse shape than has been reported because many bank owned properties are not included in the MLS statistics.
Just because Williams was right about the oil prices dropping doesn't mean that he'll ALWAYS be right. After all, he doesn't claim to be psychic or that God talks to him, he only tells what his sources tell him. THEY could be wrong or deliberately feed him false forecasts.
What do Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania and Bulgaria have in common?
They're all in deep doodoo. And this is probably not a complete list of European countries with tremendous economic and monetary problems.
Born in 1929, Peter Dale Scott is an accomplished diplomat, poet, writer, professor, researcher and activist since the 60s.
Scott discusses the preparation for martial law under Reagan and Clinton, the bailout, the economy, the wars, his assessment of the Obama administration and much more. You'd never guess his age listening to this interview.
An interesting update by Gerald Celente. Civil unrest in the US possibly THIS year?