Greece – A new Beginning? – New Hope? New President. The Legality of the Austerity Bailout Package

By Peter Koenig Appointed on 27 August by Greece’s President, Prokopis Pavlópulos, Ms. Vassiliki Thanou-Christophilou, President of the Supreme Court and mother of three, was sworn in on Thursday 28, August, 2015 as interim Prime Minister. She also served as President of the… …read more

From:: Global Research

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Climate Change and Nuclear Power: You Don’t Cure the Plague by Spreading Cholera. Nuclear Radiation is not the Solution to Global Warming

By Jean-Marie Matagne In the lead-up to COP21, a hundred French and international personalities are signing an appeal on Mediapart, entitled :
”Let’s leave the fossil fuels in the ground. That’s how to put an end to climate crimes”.
And we, simple citizens,… …read more

From:: Global Research

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Artificial Unintelligence

By By Paul Krugman

Despairing thoughts on what passes for sophistication. …read more

From:: Paul Krugman – nytimes.com

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IMF’s Christine Lagarde urges support for Ukraine’s debt relief deal – Dispatch Times

Dispatch Times
The debt deal Ukraine has painstakingly negotiated with its creditors is welcome and preferable to the alternative: a default that would have put additional pressure on the country’s shaky banks and led to both capital flight and a protracted battle in …

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From:: Debt Relief – Google Alert

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Personal finance Q&A: How a cash-out refi can affect college financial aid – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times
However, if we take out a big chunk of cash that could last us for the next two years for the first two children, and possibly some for the other two, we’re concerned that having that much cash sitting in the bank will reduce the amount of financial …

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Cartoon of the day

By David F. Ruccio

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Special mention

Tagged: Baltimore, cartoon, correction, crash, Ferguson, inequality, Katrina, racism, stock market, Wall Street …read more

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