DEBTOR NATION

VIDEOS

Wolf Richter On The Keiser Report
"Debtonomics and the NSA"

Wolf Richter on the Keiser Report
"Where Is The Fear"

Wolf Richter on Max Keiser's "On The Edge" 
"The Pauperization of America"

Wolf Richter on the Keiser Report
"Where the Money Goes to Die"

Clarke and Dawe: European Debt Crisis
Two favorite Australian Comedians

Clarke and Dawe: Quantitative Easing
Big industrial-strength printers, all facing the window

The Fastest Drive Ever Through San Francisco
Don't try to do this yourself
 

humanERROR - by "Frying Dutchman"
Powerful, lyrical appeal to the Japanese. Slams nuke industry, MSM, bureaucrats, and politicians.

Cartoonist BEN GARRISON  www.grrrgraphics.com

David and Société Générale

Fighting back: Jérôme Kerviel, the meek-looking French guy who became famous in January 2008 as the junior trader who lost €4.9 billion at French mega-bank Société Générale. Accused of a litany of shenanigans, he was condemned to five years in prison, though he claimed that his bosses had known about and had tolerated his activities so long as he was making money. He just couldn’t prove it.... until now. Turns out, Société Générale might have tampered with evidence and used him as sacrificial lamb during the financial crisis. Click to read more ...

 

Governor Jerry Brown Pulls A Nixon 

Contributed by Chriss Street. "Only Nixon could go to China" is a political metaphor referring to the ability of a politician with an unassailable reputation among his supporters for staunchly defending their values to take actions that would draw vicious criticism and fierce opposition if taken by someone without those credentials. With California’s financial condition in free fall, ultra union friendly Governor Jerry Brown demanded public-employee unions cut compensation by 10%. Click to read more ...

 

 

 

“The Great Train Robbery,” California Version 

The hoped-for April spike in personal income tax revenues for the State of California fell again below the assumptions used to get the budget to "balance." Instead of $9.4 billion, the state collected only $7.4 billion. A 21% shortfall! Corporate taxes were also below forecast. Red in ink for fiscal 2012 is nearly $12 billion. And yet, California has a mega-project. Click to read more ...

 

 

 

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