(Bloomberg) – The 700 Billion Dollar Bailout? Its Really 23.7 Trillion!

U.S. taxpayers may be on the hook for as much as $23.7 trillion to bolster the economy and bail out financial companies, said Neil Barofsky, special inspector general for the Treasury’s Troubled Asset Relief Program. Read More Here

(WSJ) – Geithner: White House to Allow Tax Cuts for Wealthy to Expire – Read More Here

(USAToday) – Faith in Social Security system tanking – Read More Here

(PressTV) – US Jobless claims exceed expectations – Read More Here

(WarIsACrime) – Rebuild America, or Bomb Afghanistan? Bring our war $$ home! – Read More Here

(USAToday) – Bad credit? GM buys AmeriCredit to do sub-prime loans – Read More Here

(GlobalResearch) – Cutting the Budget Deficit Undermines Social Security and Medicare, Depresses Purchasing Power – Read More Here

(WashingtonsBlog) – No Wonder the Outlook for the Economy is “Unusually Uncertain” … the Fed is Killing It – Read More Here

(CNSNews) – White House Backs Bill to Collect Employee Pay Information from Businesses – Read More Here

(Clusterstock) – Thanks To Fannie And Freddie, Bailout Tab Hits $3.7 Trillion – Read More Here

(BizJournals) – All Liz Claiborne outlet stores to close

The New York-based apparel retailer said it would close its name brand outlet stores nationwide to cut losses and redirect capital. Read More Here

(LoganDaily) – With no police, village faces crime wave

New Straitsville Police Chief Kevin Ginsell was laid off from his position last Monday, July 12, and since then there have been four burglaries in the downtown area.
Council Member Chris Tigner says the village can no longer afford to pay for police protection. Read More Here


(IPS) – Depression, Poverty Make A Deadly Mix – Read More Here


(CorbettReport) – Leaked G20 Documents Show Carbon Taxes Still High on Globalist Agenda

This week The Corbett Report was sent documents purported to be the notes of an attendee of the recent Toronto G20 meeting. The documents, if genuine, show that the recent meeting once again gave the G20 a chance to discuss global government as an answer to the ongoing economic meltdown and reaffirm that carbon taxes are high on the globalists’ priority list. Read More Here


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