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Jul 12, 2014

YouTube | RT Keiser Report: One-Two-Punch, Cryptobullion! (E626) -July 12, 2014.




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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the one-two punch of cryptobullion. They also discuss the crowd coming together to fight fracking in Texas (for fear of the ever-increasing magnitude earthquakes) and Canadians delivering water for Detroit because 'our water is their water.' In the second half, Max interviews Tina Rothery - aka Tina Louise - about the 'implied inevitability' of fracking and how Centrica and Cuadrilla are 'squatting' in order to prevent anti-fracking activists from doing the same.

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH - July 12, 2014: Central bank policy is failing and metals are firming, Sprott says

Central bank policy is failing and metals are firming, Sprott says

Submitted by cpowell on  Saturday, July 12, 2014.  10a ET Saturday, July 11, 2014

Central bank policy is failing to revive economies, in the United States part-time jobs are replacing full-time jobs, and the monetary metals are standing up well against enormous shorting in the futures market, Sprott Asset Management CEO Eric Sprott tells Jeff Rutherford of the Sprott Money News weekly market wrapup. It's 8 minutes long and can be heard here:
http://www.sprottmoney.com/sprott-money-weekly-wrap-up

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

YouTube | Al Jazeera English - July 12, 2014: Gazans hold funerals amid Israeli bombing

STOP BOMBING GAZA!!!

Fernando Guzmán Cavero








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Israel's military has launched more than a thousand strikes on Gaza, killing more than 120 people and injuring over 900.
Nick Schifrin followed one family in Gaza as they buried a victim of the continuing violence.

YouTube | RT - July 12, 2014: Unstoppable Barrage: Gaza bombing intensifies, death toll over 100.

STOP BOMBING GAZA!!!

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Medical officials in Gaza say about three quarters of all Palestinians killed in Gaza this week are civilians. Among them, 24 children. Israel insists it's only targeting Hamas militants and their facilities. With Israel readying for a possible ground invasion, locals expect the worst - as Harry Fear reports.

NYT | Today's Headlines - July 12, 2014: Top News: C.D.C. Closes Anthrax and Flu Labs After Accidents.

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Today's Headlines

Saturday, July 12, 2014


Top News
A 1975 image of smallpox. Two of six vials of smallpox stored at the National Institutes of Health since 1954 contained live virus capable of infecting people, it was announced Friday.
C.D.C. Closes Anthrax and Flu Labs After Accidents

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

After potentially serious accidents involving bird flu and live anthrax, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shut the Atlanta labs and halted shipments of infectious agents.
Reynolds American is the parent company of R.J. Reynolds, the maker of Pall Mall and Camel cigarettes.

DEALBOOK

Reynolds in Talks to Acquire Lorillard in Merger of Tobacco Rivals

By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED and CHAD BRAY

Confronting a shrinking market of smokers, a deal would unite some of the best-selling brands in cigarettes, including Camel and Newport.
. Deal Professor: Merger Talks Spurred by Disruptive Technology
Secretary of State John Kerry greeting the Afghanistan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah at the American Embassy in Kabul on Friday.
Kerry Pushes for Solution to Afghanistan Election Crisis

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG and CARLOTTA GALL

Secretary of State John Kerry visited Afghanistan in an effort to resolve an impasse between Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani, who each claim to have won the presidency.
For more top news, go to NYTimes.com »
Editors' Picks
LeBron James as a Cleveland Cavalier in 2007. He made a splashy exit to Miami in 2010 and won two N.B.A. titles with the Heat.

SPORTS

The Decision Is Reversed, and Cleveland Is in a Forgiving Mood

By SCOTT CACCIOLA

At age 29 and with two N.B.A. titles, James announced on Friday that he would return to Cleveland, where he played from 2003 to 2010.

OPINION | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

The Trouble With Brain Science

By GARY MARCUS

It's not just that we lack answers. We don't even agree on the questions.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

"These events revealed totally unacceptable behavior. They should never have happened. I'm upset, I'm angry, I've lost sleep over this, and I'm working on it until the issue is resolved."
DR. THOMAS FRIEDEN, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which halted shipments of infectious agents from the agency's labs after accidents with anthrax and flu pathogens.
Today's Video
Video VIDEO: A Preview of the World Cup Final
Germany and Argentina are set to meet in the final match of the 2014 World Cup on Sunday. Here's what to look for.
. Related Article
Video VIDEO: Barcelona's Cannabis Culture
In Barcelona, government officials worry that Barcelona's members-only cannabis clubs are becoming a magnet for marijuana tourism.
. Related Article
Video VIDEO: This Week's Movies | July 11, 2014
The New York Times film critics review "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," "Boyhood," and "Land Ho!"
. Review: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes'
. Review: 'Boyhood'
. Review: 'Land Ho!'
For more video, go to NYTimes.com/Video »
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World
Palestinians on Friday in Gaza near a building that was hit in the airstrikes by Israel that have left more than 100 Palestinians dead in the last four days.
In Gaza, Airstrikes and Economic Stress Make for an Anxious Ramadan

By STEVEN ERLANGER

The conflict aside, the new military-dominated government of Egypt has largely shut the tunnel system that fed the Gazan economy, making this holy month a difficult one.
The replacement of Hoshyar Zebari as foreign minister of Iraq infuriated the Kurds.
Rift With Kurds Widens as Iraqi Leader Replaces the Foreign Minister

By ALISSA J. RUBIN

Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki's decision to replace Hoshyar Zebari came as Kurds seized two oil production facilities in Kirkuk Province.
Ukrainian servicemen aboard armored vehicles moved on Friday through Slovyansk, in eastern Ukraine.
Anticipating a Showdown, Ukraine City Empties Out

By SABRINA TAVERNISE

While residents flee Donetsk, violence is rising between the military and rebels, who have reportedly used Russian-made rockets to attack Ukrainian soldiers and guards.
For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »
U.S.
Justin Ross Harris during his bond hearing in Marietta, Ga., on July 3. He is accused of killing his toddler son by leaving him in a hot car for seven hours.
Examining a Father's Role in a Toddler's Death

By RICHARD FAUSSET and ALAN BLINDER

Some people close to Justin Ross Harris are having a hard time believing he killed his son, even as Georgia officials detailed the bizarre actions of Mr. Harris and his wife on the day the boy died.
. Motherlode Blog: Look Before You Lock, and More
Ruling That Rejects 2 Florida Districts' Borders Casts Haze Over Coming Elections

By LIZETTE ALVAREZ

With Florida's primary election only six weeks away, it is unclear whether voters will cast ballots on Aug. 26 and then on Nov. 4 based on a map that a judge has declared unconstitutional.
A hydroponic greenhouse in Connecticut. An estimate says that domestic organic food sales reached $32.3 billion last year.
Study of Organic Crops Finds Fewer Pesticides and More Antioxidants

By KENNETH CHANG

A comprehensive review of earlier studies found higher levels of antioxidants and lower levels of pesticides in organic fruits and vegetables compared with conventionally grown produce.
For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US »
Politics
Mark Udall
As Senate Spotlight Is Given to Vulnerable Democrats, G.O.P. Finds a Dimmer

By JONATHAN WEISMAN

Senate Republicans are blocking legislation that they believe is intended to give a lift to Democrats in tough races.
Tom Horne, the Arizona attorney general, speaking in July 2013 at a memorial service for firefighters in Prescott.
Legal Woes Pose Hurdles for Attorney General Tom Horne of Arizona in Campaign

By FERNANDA SANTOS

Mr. Horne's campaign tactics are under scrutiny, and top Republicans, including Gov. Jan Brewer, Senator John McCain and Senator Jeff Flake, have left his camp.
Jesse Ventura
Ex-Governor, Jesse Ventura, Matches Outsize Image in Court

By CHRISTINA CAPECCHI and MONICA DAVEY

Jesse Ventura, the wrestling star turned Minnesota governor, objects to a book's depiction of him as critical of the Navy SEALs.
For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »
Business
George Clooney
Heard the News on George Clooney? This Much Is True: He's Livid

By RAVI SOMAIYA and CHRISTINE HAUGHNEY

Mr. Clooney's blistering attack on The Daily Mail and its reporting practices comes as the paper's website continues its aggressive expansion in the United States.

COMMON SENSE

Buick Sheds Its Old Fogy Image and Lifts G.M.

By JAMES B. STEWART

Sales at General Motors rose 1 percent in June despite the crisis over faulty ignitions that has prompted lawsuits and huge product recalls, in large part because of rising Buick sales.
Chinese Businessman Is Charged in Plot to Steal U.S. Military Data

By MATT APUZZO

The owner of a Chinese aviation company spent years taking data from Boeing on military aircraft and weapons, the Justice Department said.
For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »
Technology

DEAL PROFESSOR

With Merger, Tobacco Takes On Technology

By STEVEN DAVIDOFF SOLOMON

Reynolds American and Lorillard see joining forces as a way to cope with the disruptive effect of e-cigarettes, writes the Deal Professor, Steven Davidoff Solomon.
Amazon wants permission to use drones to fly small packages to consumers.

BITS BLOG

Amazon Asks Permission From F.A.A. to Test Drone Delivery System

By DAVID STREITFELD

Amazon is getting serious about delivery by drones, and asked the F.A.A. for special permission to test them outdoors.

DEALBOOK

After a Wild Ride, a Penny Stock, Cynk, Runs Into a Trading Halt

By WILLIAM ALDEN

Cynk Technology has no apparent assets or revenue. But by Thursday, investors had driven up its value to more than $6 billion.
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »
Sports
LeBron James's announcement was personal and mature, and demonstrated his appreciation of Cleveland.

SPORTS OF THE TIMES

Star Reconnects With a Special Place in His Heart

By MICHAEL POWELL

LeBron James's rather stunning display of soul-baring made his return from South Beach to the city by Lake Erie more mysterious, and moving, than you might have guessed.
A seven-time All-Star, Carmelo Anthony put up huge numbers last season, averaging 27.4 points and a career-best 8.1 rebounds.
Anthony Keeps the Knicks Waiting on His Decision

By SCOTT CACCIOLA

Amid other free-agent moves, the focus now turns to Carmelo Anthony, who has to choose between remaining with the Knicks or going elsewhere.
Steve Pearce scoring on a wild pitch by the Yankees' Hiroki Kuroda, right, for the first of two Orioles runs in the fourth. The Orioles tied the score later in the inning.

ORIOLES 3, YANKEES 2, 10 INNINGS

With Rotation Depleted, Yankees Slide Further Behind

By DAVID WALDSTEIN

Hiroki Kuroda, the only original starting pitcher for the Yankees who has not been sidelined with an injury, pitched well over all against the Orioles but gave away a two-run lead in a sloppy fourth inning.
. Box Score
. On Baseball: Yankees' Future Hinges on a Troubled Elbow
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »
Arts
Fleeting Artworks, Melting Like Sugar

By BLAKE GOPNIK

Kara Walker's "A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby," which has been cut up and cleaned and taken away for recycling, is a contribution to the grand tradition of ephemeral art.