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GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH - January 10, 2015: Money Metals interview covers gold and commodity price rigging and journalism's failure.

Money Metals interview covers gold and commodity price rigging and journalism's failure Submitted by cpowell on 05:53AM ET Saturday, January 10, 2015.  8:55a ET  Saturday, January 10, 2015 Your secretary/treasurer was interviewed this week by Mike Gleason of Money Metals Exchange in Idaho, discussing GATA's history, the extensive documentation of surreptitious gold price suppression by Western central banks, the expansion of the suppression scheme to cover the commodity markets generally, and the specific questions mainstream financial journalism fails to put to central banks, questions that would expose their surreptitious interventions and their destruction of free markets and democracy throughout the world. Audio and text of the interview are posted at the Money Metals Exchange's Internet site here: https://www.moneymetals.com/ podcasts/2015/01/09/exclusive- interview-alar... CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

Keiser Report: China Mainland MSM Myths (E704)

Keiser Report: China Mainland MSM Myths (E704) RT In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert, back in the London studio, have brought Paul Schulte back with them from Hong Kong. Paul is an author, analyst and professor, who debunks the myths in the Western media about mainland China and how it is that Chris Patten, the former governor of Hong Kong, set in motion the problems we see today in the streets of the former British dependent territory. In the second half, Max speaks to WilliamBanzai7, the artist for the financial apocalypse now, who features on Zerohedge.com. They discuss the Umbrella Revolution and what inspires his art.

The Washington Post Opinions - January 10, 2015.

Sat., Jan. 10, 2015 View in your Web browser A. Ross Johnson and S. Enders Wimbush Filling the Cuban airwaves As the nation enters a new era, Radio and TV Martí have roles to play. Jacob J. Lew A Main Street investment Let’s leave Wall Street’s risky practices in the past. Jonathan Zimmerman Does every president really need a separate library? Having institutions all over the country is wasteful and undemocratic. Ruth Marcus Fighting an entrenched culture on sexual assault in the military Lawyer helping sexual assault victims in uniform finds herself under fire. George F. Will Questions for a nominee Make good use of the hearing for a new U.S. attorney general. Colbert I. King Mayor Bowser’s budget test The D.C. deficit poses a challenge for the new mayor. Caron Gremont Getting our tots to eat healthy Teaching children to like healthy foods must start early. Eric Green The Confederacy on Va.’s roads

The Washington Post | Post Pulse - January 10, 2015: Russia bans driving for transsexuals and the politics of homophobia.

What's trending on the Web now   •   Sat., Jan. 10, 2015 View in your Web browser To see Post Pulse in real-time, go directly to  Post Pulse . Below are articles trending as of  8:00 AM . Russia bans driving for transsexuals and the politics of homophobia The political power of bias. Read full article » Please don't tell me I was lucky to be adopted An adoptee's lifelong struggle to claim a world of her own Read full article » George Zimmerman arrested on aggravated assault charge Florida authorities say George Zimmerman has been arrested on an aggravated assault charge. Read full article » Map: How much each state relies on the federal government for revenue Almost a third of state revenues came from the federal government. Read full article » Quiz: Can you name a city just by looking at its streets? Name That Data, city streets edition. Read full article » From Amy Poehler to Retta to Chris Pratt: 'Parks and Recreation' ha

NYT Today's Headlines - January 10, 2015: French Police Storm Hostage Sites, Killing Gunmen.

Today's Headlines Saturday, January 10, 2015 Top News French Police Storm Hostage Sites, Killing Gunmen By ANDREW HIGGINS and DAN BILEFSKY The police killed two brothers who had links to Al Qaeda in Yemen and were suspected in the massacre at a Paris newspaper office. In a nearly simultaneous raid, officers also killed an alleged associate of the brothers who had held hostages in a kosher supermarket. Days of Sirens, Fear and Blood: 'France Is Turned Upside Down' By STEVEN ERLANGER Friday  was a day, like the previous two, of violence in and around Paris, one that ended with France unsure whether this drama is now truly over or a predictor of more cultural, religious and political violence to come. F.B.I. and Justice Dept. Said to Seek Charges for Petraeus By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and MATT APUZZO The F.B.I. and Justice Department prosecutors suggested bringing felony charges against the retired general for providing classified informa