Sunday, September 15, 2019

Event Update For 2019-09-14

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2019-09-14 - Metal recycling business hit by fire, scrap metal burns, in Evansville (Indiana):

Quote: "Fire officials say the fire started in a scrap pile, and destroyed a conveyer belt and part of a building."

2019-09-14 - Underground fire breaks out on Station Way West in Aylesbury (Britain):

Quote: "Saturday 14 September, 2.24pm Fire under manhole cover, Station Way West, Aylesbury. One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended. Firefighters used one hose reel."

2019-09-14 - Cellphone bursts into flame on subway train in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

Quote: "A straphanger's phone became a smoking fireball on a Manhattan-bound A train Saturday afternoon, a stunned witness says."

2019-09-14 - Wildfire grows to 52,282 acres in Plumas National Forest (California):

2019-09-14 - Man found unconscious at swimming pool at Beban Park in coastal Nanaimo (Canada), pool closed indefinitely:

Quote: "Beban Park Pool was closed until further notice following a medical incident on Saturday afternoon. Witnesses say that lifeguards found a man unresponsive in the deep end of the pool around noon. The pool, which witnesses say was very busy due to a planned closure at the Nanaimo Aquatic Centre, was immediately evacuated."

Quote: "An official with the City of Nanaimo says that Beban Park Pool is currently closed until further notice."

2019-09-14 - Girl, 12, has 'medical episode' at scene of grass fire in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

Quote: "Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to reports of a grass fire in Ellesmere Port on Saturday evening (September 14). After arriving at the scene on Valley Drive, shortly after 6.15pm, crews discovered the fire was out. A fire spokesperson said: 'The fire was out on arrival and crews were on hand to assist a 12-year-old girl who was suffering 'a medical episode' near the BMX track.'"

2019-09-14 - Sulphur hexafluoride, an extremely potent and long-lasting greenhouse gas used by the electrical industry, increasing in the atmosphere:

2019-09-14 - Home explodes and burns in Sand Beach Township (Michigan), 1250 feet from Lake Huron, 1 killed, 1 injured:

Note: This is the 140th residential explosion in 2019...

2019-09-14 - Boat bursts into flame, burns and sinks, on the Sacramento River in Sacramento County (California):

Note: This is the 799th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-09-14 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in the wee hours near Tumakuru (India), several injured:

2019-09-14 - Trolley bus bursts into flame on Highway 36 in St. Paul (Minnesota):

Note: These are the 444th and 445th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-09-14 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on I-20 in Harrison County (Texas):

Quote: "A car carrier trailer caused traffic to back up on Interstate-20 Saturday evening in Harrison County."

Note: This is the 52nd car-hauler to burn in 2019...

2019-09-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-70 in Georgetown (Colorado):

2019-09-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A1 between Munsbach and Flaxweiler (Luxembourg):

2019-09-14 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame in Swindon (Britain):

Note: These are the 1639th, 1640th, 1641st and 1642nd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-09-14 - Food truck bursts into flame at 12:46 AM at fairgrounds in Waterloo (Iowa):

2019-09-14 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on the Maharlika Highway near coastal Quezon City (Philippine Islands):

2019-09-14 - RV bursts into flame before 7 AM while parked on street in coastal Vancouver (Canada):

Note: This is the 336th RV to burn in 2019...

2019-09-14 - Campervan bursts into flame on Berwick Road in Buxton (Britain):

2019-09-14 - Van bursts into flame on Farm Grove in Newport (Britain):

2019-09-14 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads, home heavily damaged, in Fayetteville (North Carolina):

Quote: "The blaze was first reported as a car fire just before 4:10 p.m. at 426 McDonald St., which is off of Deep Creek Road, a news release from Fayetteville fire officials said."

2019-09-14 - Car bursts into flame on West Washington Street in Petersburg (Virginia):

2019-09-14 - Car bursts into flame on the R80 in Pretoria (South Africa):

2019-09-14 - Taxi bursts into flame near Heathrow Airport (Britain):

2019-09-14 - Car bursts into flame on the M5 near Cullompton (Britain):

2019-09-14 - Car bursts into flame at 3:51 AM on Barrow Road in coastal Barton-upon-Humber (Britain):

Quote: "Barrow Road, Barton Upon Humber. Sat 14 Sep 2019 03:51 (No:20587) Car fire; totally destroyed. 1 hose reel, 1 BA in use."

2019-09-14 - Vehicle bursts into flame at Pershing Drive and Division Street in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2019-09-14 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-97 near Millersville (Maryland):

2019-09-14 - Vehicle and home destroyed by fire in the Rafter J area in Durango (Colorado):

Quote: "A structure fire engulfed a home Saturday morning on Ridge Road in Rafter J, a blaze that started with an explosion in a garage that destroyed the one-story building and a vehicle."

2019-09-14 - Barn destroyed by fire on Honey Comb Mesa near Leander (Texas):

2019-09-14 - Barn destroyed by fire at 11:27 PM in Rogersville (Arkansas):

2019-09-14 - RV trailer, and 1000 bales of hay go up in flames along the 210 Freeway in Pacoima (California):

2019-09-14 - Furniture warehouse destroyed by fire, ambulance company damaged, in Pontiac (Illinois), 920 feet from the Vermillion River:

2019-09-14 - Wood business destroyed by fire in Grandview (Texas):

2019-09-14 - Wood business destroyed by fire shortly before 3 AM on North 401 West in Hurricane (Utah):

2019-09-14 - Home damaged by fire on Jamestown Drive in Sacramento (California), 2 injured:

2019-09-14 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Cherrybrook Drive in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2019-09-14 - Home destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM on Penny Street in Franklin Township (New Jersey), nobody there:

2019-09-14 - Home destroyed by fire on Hidden Drive in New Kent County (Virginia):

2019-09-14 - Apartment building destroyed by basement fire at 2 AM on 6th Avenue in Holdrege (Nebraska):

2019-09-14 - Deadly fire burns home on Calloway Street in Sansom Park (Texas), 1 killed, 3 injured:\

2019-09-14 - Deadly fire burns home in Williamsburg (Kentucky), 2 killed:

2019-09-14 - Vacant business burns at 1:30 AM in Greenville (Ohio):

2019-09-14 - Horse drops dead and kills woman riding it at stable in Slicksville (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Fire chief Bobby Rosatti said arriving emergency personnel found both horse and rider dead. The rider, a woman who was not immediately identified, was pinned beneath the fallen animal. Stable owner Jene Chelens told authorities he had been watching the woman ride the horse, Reuben, in an outdoor riding ring but turned his back for a few minutes and returned to find rider and horse on the ground."

2019-09-14 - Tigress found dead in canal in Shahjahanpur (India):

2019-09-14 - Two men, 32 and 35, die in the Luni River in Balotara (India):

2019-09-14 - Four boys, all 14, die in the water at quarry in coastal Goa (India):

2019-09-14 - Man, 22, falls off balcony at the beachside Ocean Reef Resort and dies in coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina), possible toppler:

Quote: "A 22-year-old is dead after falling from a Myrtle Beach hotel balcony Saturday evening, officials said, WPDE reported. Police said they were called to the Ocean Reef Resort around 6 p.m. after reports of someone falling from a balcony."

2019-09-14 - Man, 50 to 60, found dead in the Piscataqua River in coastal Portsmouth (New Hampshire):

2019-09-14 - Man in his 20s found dead in Thurman Cove in Lake Travis in Spicewood (Texas):

2019-09-14 - Man found dead in the Neches River near coastal Port Arthur (Texas):

2019-09-14 - Man in his 30s drops dead along road in Navasota (Texas):

2019-09-14 - Person drops dead in bathroom at drug store in coastal Newark (New Jersey):

2019-09-14 - Man, 65, found dead and face-down in body of water in coastal Sarasota (Florida):

2019-09-14 - Person found dead in the water near coastal Oakland (California):

2019-09-14 - Man, 75, goes to work on his boat, next seen dead in Flathead Lake (Montana):

2019-09-14 - Man, 34, found dead near Regina (Canada):

2019-09-14 - Man, 43, lecturer, drops dead in rental home in Seremban (Malaysia):

2019-09-14 - Woman in her late 20s has seizure and drops dead during wedding at hotel in Tullow (Ireland), near the River Slaney:

Quote: "he woman, in her late 20s, is believed to have suffered a seizure. She was pronounced dead at the scene. A source said: "This is a very tragic incident. The young woman was attending a wedding at the hotel. She sadly had a seizure of some kind just before the wedding speeches began. It was a shock to all.'"

2019-09-14 - Man, 33, dies in car near Central Park in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

Quote: "A Devon and Cornwall Police spokesperson said: 'A member of the public called to report that a man had collapsed in his car at Inverdene. Police attended at 7.56am where a 33-year-old male was pronounced deceased.'"

2019-09-14 - Man has 'medical event', car crashes into tree, in coastal Harwich (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

Quote: "It is believed that the man suffered a medical event prior to the crash, Walorz said. The man was taken to Cape Cod Hospital, she said."

2019-09-14 - Twin-engine plane lands at airport, landing gear collapses, in Charlevoix (Michigan):

2019-09-14 - Twin-engine WWII plane makes emergency landing in Manchester (Britain), engine failure:

2019-09-14 - School bus overturns near coastal Bamfield (Canada), 2 killed, more injured:

2019-09-14 - Passenger bus and truck collide head-on in Yaroslavl (Russia), 2 killed, 28 injured:

2019-09-14 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-71 near Wilmington (Ohio):

2019-09-14 - SUV crashes into Starbucks in Canoga Park (California), 1 injured:

Note: 'Quick, this man is hurt, bring me a Sexagintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino!'

2019-09-14 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into ditch and culvert, in Potsdam (New York), 1 injured:

Quote: "Amanda M. Guiles, 33, was driving north toward Massena when she drifted off to the east shoulder of the road for about 100 feet, hit an embankment, went airborne and then landed in a ditch where she struck a culvert, police said. Police said Ms. Guiles was traveling alone and may have suffered a medical episode that caused her to veer off the road at about 11 a.m."

2019-09-14 - Car veers over centerline, hits tractor trailer head-on, in Danville (Virginia), 1 killed:

2019-09-14 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Sanpete County (Utah), 2 injured:

2019-09-14 - Car veers off road, plunges into canal, in Laveen (Arizona), 1 injured:

2019-09-14 - Car crashes, overturns, bursts into flame, near Bengaluru (India), 5 killed:

2019-09-14 - Naked man, 39, beats disabled woman with her own wheelchair on West Rundberg Lane in Austin (Texas):

2019-09-14 - Swarm of bees attacks people near Main Street and Greenfield Road in Mesa (Arizona):

Quote: "Several people hurt following a bee attack in Mesa Saturday afternoon. The incident occurred near Main Street and Greenfield Road. According to Mesa fire, crews found a few people that were stung. No one was transported. Crews are still on scene investigating the incident. This was the second bee attack that occurred in the East Valley Saturday. Five people were stung by bees including a 6-month-old child at the Chandler Fashion Square."

2019-09-14 - Swarm of bees attacks five people at the Chandler Fashion Center in Chandler (Arizona):

2019-09-14 - Landslide hits home in Rolpa (Nepal), 6 killed:

2019-09-14 - Deck collapses at beach home in coastal Wildwood (New Jersey), 22 injured:

2019-09-14 - Water shortage hits Harare (Zimbabwe):

2019-09-14 - Volcano Karangetan erupts in Indonesia:

2019-09-14 - Extreme weather displaced a record seven million people in the first half of 2019:

2019-09-14 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Madhya Pradesh and Kota (India):

2019-09-14 - Worms fail to thrive in soil containing microplastics:

2019-09-14 - Mineral content of vegetables declining:

2019-09-14 - House of Representatives votes to block drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge:

2019-09-14 - Newly discovered comet likely an interstellar visitor, NASA says:

2019-09-14 - A 'turning point' on UFOs as physicist Michio Kaku tells ufology conference the truth is out there:


  1. Good morning and happy Monday Jonny, and all JJFH readers.

    The horse and rider both dropping dead within minutes of a witness watching them suddenly turning his attention elsewhere indicates how quickly H2S can kill. It's ignition ability is shown in the cellphone bursting into a fireball on a subway, and the flammable gas concentration, ever on the increase, makes itself known (as an accelerant) with all the fires listed above.

    This situation won't end well.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 9.15.19 Amazon employees plan walkout over climate change [12.6 min.]

    Monday, 16 September 2019
    REPOSTED: Michael Ruppert's movie, Collapse

    Collapse (2009) | Michael Ruppert [80.75 min.]

    Methane, Climate & Sea Ice
    Update with Margo (Sept. 15, 2019) [~ 66.75 min.]

    If You Think The Price Of Oil Is Skyrocketing Now, Just Wait Until The War Starts…

    In the aftermath of the most dramatic attack on Saudi oil facilities that we have ever seen, the price of oil has exploded higher. The Wall Street Journal is calling this attack “the Big One”, and President Trump appears to be indicating that some sort of military retaliation is coming. Needless to say, a direct military strike on Iran could spark a major war in the Middle East, and that would be absolutely devastating for the entire global economy. Just about everything that we buy has to be moved, and moving stuff takes energy. When the price of oil gets really high, that tends to create inflation because the price of oil is a factor in virtually everything that we buy. In addition, a really high price for oil also tends to slow down economic activity, and this is something that we witnessed just prior to the financial crisis of 2008. And if this crisis in the Middle East stretches over an extended period of time, it could ultimately result in a phenomenon known as “stagflation” where we have rapidly rising prices and weaker economic activity simultaneously. The last time we experienced such a thing was in the 1970s, and nobody really remembers the U.S. economy of the 1970s favorably. [more]

    Strong explosion at Sakurajima volcano, Japan

    A relatively strong explosion took place at Sakurajima volcano, Aira caldera, Japan at 22:46 UTC on September 15, 2019 (07:46 LT, September 16). [more]

    As Bering Sea ice melts, Alaskans, scientists and Seattle’s fishing fleet witness changes ‘on a massive scale’

    For two years, the Bering Sea has been largely without winter ice, a development scientists modeling the warming impacts of greenhouse-gas pollution from fossil fuels once forecast would not occur until 2050. [more]

    [from our Better Late Than Never dept.]
    ‘Americans are waking up’: two thirds say climate crisis must be addressed

    Horseshoe Fire: Mandatory Evacuations For More Than 200 Residents Near San Jacinto, California

    A 200-acre brush fire erupted Saturday in the Juniper Flats area between Perris and San Jacinto.

    The inferno forced mandatory evacuations of more than 200 people and was 10% contained as of Sunday morning. [more]

    [more later]

  2. Heavy rains, floods leave over 200 dead in central India

    According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the state received 34 percent excess rains compared to the previous year, leading to devastating floods.

    "Six to eight lakh (100,000) hectares of land have been affected by the rain and flood, but the actual loss of the crops can only be ascertained after the reports of the ongoing crop damage assessment survey are submitted by various districts to the state government. [more; videos]

    Child dies from lightning strike in Bath County, Virginia

    Large fire tornado forms over farm in Brazil

    8 earthquakes strike North Carolina within one week

    In one week, eight earthquakes between magnitudes 1.4 to 2.5 hit the Western North Carolina region, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). [more]

    [as suspected]
    20 photos that show how US towns still haven't recovered from devastating hurricanes that took place months or years ago

    Hurricanes are getting more dangerous and costlier from climate change.

    The impacts of hurricanes are far from only instantaneous — survivors may struggle with electricity, housing, and recovery for months or even years after a storm hits.

    Hurricanes sometimes hit the same patterns, so recovery can't happen fast enough to prepare for the next disaster.

    Hurricanes are awful — they can bring storm surges, flooding, illness, property destruction, environmental degradation, and diaspora. As we've seen firsthand through the lens of Dorian this month, climate change is only going to worsen the damage as the years progress. [more]

    [awareness is definitely increasing]
    A third of Britons say climate change will lead to extinction of the human race

    One in three Britons believe climate change will lead to the extinction of the human race, a poll has revealed.

    The YouGov survey found that 33% of British adults thought climate change would cause the end of humanity.

    9% thought it was “very likely” and 24% said it was “quite likely”.

    A total of 1,633 Britons were surveyed for the worldwide poll.
    [more; nowhere near a large enough sample size to conclude this for the entire population.]

    Northeast may be in for extended period of sunny weather this week

    Buzz off! Angry bees delay Air India flight

    An Air India flight was delayed by several hours after a swarm of bees landed on the cockpit window, attacking ground staff when they tried to remove them, officials said. [more]

  3. Blast & fire hits major virus lab in Russia, where HIV, Ebola & anthrax strains are stored

    The laboratory is known for having developed vaccines for Ebola and hepatitis, as well as for studying epidemics and genera issues surrounding immunology. During the Cold War, it was thought to be part of now-defunct Soviet biological weapons program, meaning that some of the most dangerous strains - including that of smallpox, Ebola, anthrax and certain plagues - are still being kept inside the Institute's building. [more]

    Shocking traffic: Lightning strikes car twice in Novosibirsk

    A car crawling through traffic in Russia was blasted by lightning -twice- in an incredible double-strike that was filmed by the dashcam of a nearby vehicle. The flashes were so powerful they temporarily blinded another driver.

    The Toyota SUV in front of her had been zapped and left with a dead battery but, thankfully, all occupants survived without a scratch. While grateful to be alive, the driver, Anna Nakaznykh, was a bit peeved that no one had come to her aid after the bizarre bolt from the blue. [more]

    Confirmation bias: People will accept anything as true if it confirms their beliefs

    we've found that a key element of the battle between truth and propaganda has nothing to do with technology. It has to do with how people are much more likely to accept something if it confirms their beliefs.

    it's best to be skeptical. Before reacting, find out where an image came from and in what context. When you see someone share an awesome or sensational or world-changing image or video on social media, take a moment before sharing it yourself. [more]

    This happened on our Earth Last 30 Days / Most important Events form all over the world [~ 41 min. video]

  4. Algeria's capital Algiers hit with 3 months' worth of rain in 40 minutes

    54 areas of the Philippines flooded due to tropical depression Marilyn

    Koh Chang in Thailand inundated with floods and rough seas after 2 days of torrential rain

    Local officials reported the overflowing canals on the island following more than two days of torrential rain. Several roads, bridges and properties near waterways were damaged, the Bangkok Post reported.

    Meanwhile, floods in northeastern Thailand have left 23,000 people homeless in evacuation shelters. Floods have submerged homes and roads as anger grows over the government's "slow" emergency response.

    Torrential monsoon rains have hammered the North and Northeast for the last two weeks. Causing flash floods and mudslides. Families have been evacuated from their homes in boats or makeshift rafts. [more]

    UPDATE-Texas girl fights for her life after contracting brain-eating amoeba

    Comment: UPDATE from ABC News:

    Texas girl dies after contracting brain-eating amoeba while swimming.

    A 10-year-old girl died in a Texas hospital early Monday morning, about a week after she had contracted a rare brain-eating amoeba while swimming in a river. [more]

    The Black Swan Is a Drone

    Predictably, the mainstream media is serving up heaping portions of reassurances that the drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities are no big deal and full production will resume shortly. The obvious goal is to placate global markets fearful of an energy disruption that could tip a precarious global economy into recession.

    The real impact isn’t on short-term oil prices, it’s on asymmetric warfare: the coordinated drone attack on Saudi oil facilities is a Black Swan event that is reverberating around the world, awakening copycats and exposing the impossibility of defending against low-cost drones of the sort anyone can buy.

    (Some published estimates place the total cost of the 10 drones deployed in the strike at $15,000. Highly capable commercially available drones cost around $1,200 each.)

    The attack’s success should be a wake-up call to everyone tasked with defending highly flammable critical infrastructure: there really isn’t any reliable defense against a coordinated drone attack, nor is there any reliable way to distinguish between an Amazon drone delivering a package and a drone delivering a bomb.

    This is asymmetric warfare on a new scale: $20,000 of drones can wreak $20 million in damage and financial losses of $200 million–or $2 billion or $20 billion, if global markets are upended.

    If it’s impossible to defend against coordinated drone attacks, and impossible to differentiate “good” drones from “bad” drones, then the only reliable defense is to ban drones entirely from wide swaths of territory.

    So much for the lightly regulated commercialization of drones.

    State governors support Bolsonaro’s plan to continue destruction of Amazon rainforest for mining and agribusiness – Indigenous peoples of Amazonia to be assimilated

  5. News Links, September 16, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    The US-China trade war has set in motion an unstoppable global economic transformation

    David Stockman on the Coming Financial Panic and the 2020 Election

    Peter Schiff On The Dollar's Demise: 'We've Been Living Beyond Our Means And There's Going To Be A Day Of Reckoning'

    Boeing Foresees Return Of The 737 MAX In November - But Not Everywhere

    UAE regulator not optimistic on Boeing 737 MAX return this year

    Sanctions 'still in play' for Turkey over S-400, warns US diplomat

    A Navy Carrier Strike Group Is Deploying Without Its Broken-Down Aircraft Carrier

    In a first for Beijing in Europe, Serbia to receive Chinese armed drones

    Nuclear War with Russia Winnable Said Trump's Incoming National Security Advisor

    With B-1 Aging and B-21 Still Years Out, Air Force May Soon Have No Go-To Bomber

    Israeli Attacks On Syria Halted After Russia Threatened To Shoot Down Jets

    As the US military prepares for a potential showdown with Russia, the Navy's explosive experts are clearing a path north

    'The situation is dire': Argentines protest over food crisis

    48,000 GM UAW Workers Set to Strike Tonight, First Nationwide Strike in 12 Years

    U.S. Shale Oil In Trouble As Production Stalls After Two Years Of Significant Growth

    Contaminated Drinking Water Found at 90 More Army, Guard Bases

    Nine states have obesity rates above 35 percent

    U.S. officials worried about Chinese control of American drug supply

    Arctic sea ice coverage drops below 1.5M square miles for second time since 1979

    WHO: Ebola funds not enough to fight virus through end of 2019

    Congo Confirms Over 3,000 Ebola Cases and Nearly 2,000 Deaths

    Not Just the Bees, First-of-Its-Kind Study Shows Neonics May Be Killing Birds Too

    "You're Being Tracked" - Massive 30 State, Real-Time License Plate Database Revealed

    UN Report Links US, Russia, and Syria to War Crimes

    Alabama tracking students at stadium, penalizing them if they leave football game early

    The DMV Is Selling Your Data To Vast Array Of Third Parties

    Nearly Two Out of Three Cyber Attacks Targeting SMEs; 60% of Uninsured Affected Companies Are Out of Business Within Six Months

    • War on Julian Assange
    Julian Assange To Remain Jailed After Serving Sentence

    A globalised solar-powered future is wholly unrealistic – and our economy is the reason why

    Coal Is Fueling China's Data Center Boom

    "Free Stuff" Grand Prize Leader Kamala Harris Ahead of Bernie Sanders and Warren
    This is nuts. The federal budget deficit tops $1 trillion, the national debt is something like $22 trillion, and they are racing to see who can buy votes with money that isn't there. -- RF

    Cass Freight Index Down 9th Month "Signaling Economic Contraction"

    Student Sues College After Being Told Not To Exercise His First Amendment Rights Without The School's Permission

    Bidding Wars For US Homes Collapse To Eight-Year Low

    US Car Ownership Costs Surge To Record Highs, Delinquencies Soar, Trouble Ahead

    We're Bankrupt. Isn't That Worthy of Presidential Discussion?

    The California Real Estate Boom Is Over. What Now?