Yes, This Is An Equity Bubble

John P. Hussman PhD | Hussman Funds | 28 July 2014 After the 2000-2002 recession, the Federal Reserve remained fixed on holding down short-term interest rates in efforts to stimulate demand in interest-sensitive sectors of the economy. Corporations – particularly those with low quality balance sheets – were quick to take advantage of the low…

NZ makes plans for ebola outbreak

Martin Johnston | NZ Herald | 31 July 2014 After announcing that NZ authorities will not be screening for ebola, plans for ebola outbreak are being made   Virologist says spread possible after American on flight to Nigeria adds to toll of 670 from contagious disease New Zealand health experts are making contingency plans to…

Sanctions on Russian economy will bark and bite

by Richard Lein | AFP | July 30, 2014 Moscow dismisses Western sanctions as mostly bark, but analysts warned the latest measures announced by the EU and US will also bite the Russian economy, which is teetering on the edge of recession. Washington and Brussels announced on Tuesday the strongest sanctions on Russia since the…

15 Facts Most People Don’t Know About Fluoride

Dr Marianna Pochelli | Prevent Disease | 12 March 15 Facts Most People Don’t Know About Fluoride Advocates of fluoride say its use in municipal water systems poses no adverse health concerns, however results from investigations clearly state the opposite. There has been considerable research done on fluoride regarding cancer, birth defects, and risks to…

Australian govt blindfolds citizens with ‘unprecedented’ media gag – WikiLeaks

by RT | July 30, 2014 The whistleblowing organization published the details of the “unprecedented” gag order issued by the Australian government on Wednesday. The super injunction passed by the Supreme Court of the state of Victoria prohibits Australian media organizations from publishing material on a multi-million-dollar graft case involving high-ranking officials from Malaysia, Indonesia,…