Written by John Lounsbury
Econintersect: The history of the John F. Kennedy assasination is replete with lose ends. This video is a lecture by Dr. Grover B. Proctor, Jr., a historian and former university Dean who is widely acknowledged as an expert on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
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-- this post authored by Dyfed Loesche
This month the European Parliament voted in favor of the free trade agreement CETA between the EU and Canada.
Infographic Of The Day: The History Of Money Explained In One Infographic
Today's infographic highlights the history of money, including the many monetary experiments that have taken place since ancient times.
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Written by Sig Silber
But there is still snow to be found. I don't want to be a travel agent but the Tahoe area in California looks to be getting a steady stream of new snow. NOAA (this is in jest) has sent out teams to find the elusive El Nino their dynamical models have divined but the only sightings so far are off Ecuador and Northern Peru. Soon perhaps a reward will be announced for the first confirmed El Nino sighting. Happy Astronomical Spring everyone!
from The Conversation
-- this post authored by Philip Soos, Deakin University
Since the beginning of the global financial crises in 2007, there have occurred numerous economic and financial crises around the globe, plunging often prosperous nations into hardship and even near bankruptcy. These crises, typically generated by overlending by the financial sector and crashing housing bubbles, are often blamed upon two parties - governments and banks - with considerable justification.
-- this post authored by Martin Armstrong
Tesla has been investing more and more in research and development over the last few years.
22Mar2017 Market Close: Stocks Closed Mixed, Oil Continues Decline, And Gold Trends Higher As The Do
Of the three regional manufacturing surveys released for March, all are in expansion..