Tag Archives : growth


New bubbling spot: Emergency workers calls “Mother of All Bubbles” Close to Bayou Corne Sinkhole

Source: http://sherriequestioningall.blogspot.com By Sherrie Questioning All There is a new bubbling spot that emergency workers are calling “Mother of All Bubbles” It is methane gas.  The gas is all around the area and has been bubbling in the bayous since last summer.  This is the biggest and most active bubbling spot that has just appeared. ASSUMPTION […]


Regime Uncertainty: Some Clarifications

Source: http://lewrockwell.com By Robert Higgs Private investment is the most important driver of economic progress. Entrepreneurs need new structures, equipment, and software to produce new products, to produce existing products at lower cost, and to make use of new technology that requires embodiment in machinery, plant layouts, and other aspects of the existing capital stock. […]


Infographic unveiled: Top Ten GMO Foods to Avoid Eating

Source: http://www.naturalnews.com (NaturalNews) We here at NaturalNews.com pride ourselves in providing our readers with the most valuable, up-to-date news and information on a wide range of health-related issues, but we especially like to discuss nutrition because so much of our health depends on what we put in our bodies – and what we don’t put […]


Ron Paul Draws 2,100 Voters at University of Kansas Massive Town Hall Meeting

Source: http://www.ronpaul2012.com 2,000-plus in venue, 100-plus in entryways attend to hear, engage ‘Champion of the Constitution’ LENEXA, Kansas – 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul drew a remarkable more than 2,100 voters to his University of Kansas Town Hall Meeting held tonight.  Over 2,000 voters filled the KU Lied Center to see the 12-term Congressman from Texas speak […]


Arse Backwards: The Federal Reserve’s Approach to the Housing Market

Source: http://www.forbes.com By Steve Forbes, Forbes Staff Arse Backwards: The Federal Reserve’s Approach to the Housing Market This article originally appeared in the Mar. 26, 2012 issue of Forbes magazine. In reaffirming its near 0% interest rate policy for another three years the Federal Reserve averred that this was ­necessary to revive the housing market, […]