More Ultra-Vivid Headlines from G. Edward Griffin’s RealityZone.com
2009 JULY 4 — JULY 10
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AIG seeks clearance for more bonuses for top execs, even while the company’s value sinks to zero. Washington Post 2009 July 10 (Cached)
US: Cap and Trade bill hits snag in Congress. Will be delayed until September. Promoters are still confident of passage. Political Byline 2009 July 9 (Cached)
Iran: Thousands protest in Iran, defying government crackdown. AP 2009 July 9 (Cached)
US: Government-insured mortgage loans skyrocket as taxpayers are forced to guarantee marginal home loans. This is what created the melt-down in the first place, so expect more of the same in the future.
SF Business 2009 July 9 (Cached)
Pope endorses world government and acknowledges that it could become tyrannical. News with Views 2009 July 9 (Cached)
Chicago has its coolest July 8 in 118 years. This is global warming? Chicago Tribune 2009 July 9 (Cached)
Price of gold expected easily to rise above $1000 by end of year. Gold News 2009 July 8 (Cached)
UK creates new super-regulator, supposedly to avoid a future collapse of the financial system. But super regulation (and super protection) is what created the collapse in the first place. The economic crisis will be deepened. Telegraph 2009 July 8 (Cached)
CFR backs amnesty for illegal aliens. That’s because it wants to merge America with Mexico, so what then are the need for borders?
Phoenix Business Journal 2009 July 7 (Cached)
US: Delinquencies on home equity loans reaches record high. Bloomberg 2009 July 7 (Cached)
Poland: 21 people die after bird flu vaccine trial. Telegraph Posted 2009 July 4 (Cached)