→ Our Economy Has Been Collapsing, It Continues To Collapse, and The Collapse Is Going To Accelerate Dramatically : “Did you know that median household income in the United States is lower today than it was when the last recession supposedly ended? If we are in the middle of an “economic recovery”, how can this possibly be happening? Stunning new statistics compiled by Sentier Research show that the U.S. economy is not nearly as healthy as we have been led to believe.”
→ Doug Casey Predicts Day of Economic Reckoning Is Near : “It is a deal with the devil: governments churn out more and more cash for the promise of continued prosperity. But the day of reckoning is near, according to Doug Casey, chairman of Casey Research and an expert on crisis investing.”
→ Camping and Survival (one of our advertisers) has “Future Essentials Long Grain White Rice” on sale for $5.94 per can and “Future Essentials Canned Organic Green Costa Rican Monte Crisol Coffee Beans” for $11.94 per can.
→ Nuclear agency keeping close eye on Isaac : “The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says it is monitoring Hurricane Isaac as it approaches the Gulf Coast.” Thanks to Gwen C for the link.
→ Protecting Your Virtual Estate : “What happens to all of your e-mail and other digital assets when you die? Financial pros say not knowing can be costly.” Thanks to Gwen C for the link.
→ Gun ID legislation may trigger exodus of gunmakers Remington, Colt : “Two venerable American gun manufacturers — Remington and Colt — could head for the West their weapons helped win if New York and Connecticut force them to implement microstamping technology.” Thanks to Tinfoil Hat for the link.
→ 19 people shot in overnight shootings across Chicago : How could this happen. Chicago has strict gun control.
→ Your health : Five Supplements that Can Help Reduce Chronic Pain.
→ Access to water key for food security : “With crop growing hampered by the effects of pollution and climate change, agriculture must become “more efficient and fairer”, he said, adding that nations all over the world need to “produce more with less” and manage water resources well.”