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The Trillion Dollar Market You’ve Never Heard Of

Banking as we know it may soon be dead. Long live super-banking.

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Great News: The Fewest Americans In 8 Years Are Dependent On Government For Food

Even better news, at 40.08 million people, this is the fewest Americans to rely on government food handouts since February 2010.

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Intuit Credit Processing Company Stops Processing Payments On Gun Purchases

The credit processing company, Intuit has decided to stop processing any payments for gun purchases. Several gun-related businesses were suddenly disrupted in recent weeks when Intuit stopped processing credit card payments because phone and internet sales were gun-related.

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Government Wastes $1 Million Renting Building With Leaky Roof

For more than a year, the IRS occupied a building in Tulsa, Okla., that had mold problems and a leaky roof, and paid nearly $1 million just to get out of the lease.

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How Capitalism Could Save the World

A world of capitalism is a world of peaceful, voluntary, mutually agreed upon interactions where no person or group is politically privileged over another.

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Medicare Part D Costs Increased Despite Less Drugs Being Prescribed

This increase came despite a 155 percent increase in manufacturer rebates and a 17 percent decrease in prescriptions, according to the report.

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This Could Be Bigger Than The DotCom Boom

We’re entering the second phase of the crypto revolution. And, it may be following a similar pattern set by the Internet revolution back in the early 2000’s.

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“Free” College Comes at a Price

Were it not for the subsidized loans and — in the case of public colleges — directly subsidized tuition, the number of students able to afford such degrees would shrink considerably. Colleges would then be left scrambling to cut costs, or simply go out of business. Employers would then adjust accordingly to the available workforce.

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Record 95.9 Million Americans Are No Longer In The Labor Force

In other words, contrary to prevailing economist groupthink, there is a lot of slack in the economy, and if as the latest Beige Book revealed, employers are now hiring drug addicts and felons to make up for the shortage of qualified candidates, a long time will be pass before wages see significant gains.

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Socialism Equals Triumph for Corporate Criminals

Socialism, in a nutshell, equals ultra-rich elites (represented by the Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg, etc.) owning the free market, cutting out competition, and creating more powerful, overarching, central governments.

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