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Archive for January, 2013

Still Kicking The Can

STILL Kicking The Can
Milt Priggee, www.miltpriggee.com
Government Expanding To Counter Phony Cyberthreat

Government Expanding To Counter Phony Cyberthreat

As government officials continue to drum up fears about the possibility of a looming “cyber-Pearl Harbor,” the Pentagon is working on plans to expand its cyber security force from 900 personnel to 4,900 troops and civilians.

Obama Shuts Down Southern Defense Mechanism, Opens South To Attack

Obama Shuts Down Southern Defense Mechanism, Opens South To Attack

The Federal government has decided to shut down a surveillance system that protects the southern border and coastline against low-flying aircraft and missiles and assists U.S. Customs and Border Protection in interdicting illegal border crossings and smuggling.

Hearing Loss Accelerates Brain Decline

Hearing Loss Accelerates Brain Decline

Older adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop problems thinking and remembering than those whose hearing is normal, a U.S. researcher said.

Buy Guns On The Cheap At Gun Buybacks

Buy Guns On The Cheap At Gun Buybacks

Seattle gun enthusiasts, realizing that Americans willing to hand over their firearms for such little money often don’t know what they have, were drawn to a recent gun buyback.

Consumer Confidence Slides

NEW YORK (UPI) — U.S. consumer confidence dropped in January for the third consecutive month, the Conference Board said Tuesday. Despite a recent spate of positive economic data and improvements in the housing market, the Conference Board said the Consumer Confidence Index deteriorated further in January, dropping from 66.7 in December to 58.6. Economists had […]

Service Industries Show Revenue Gain

WASHINGTON (UPI) — Ten of 11 service sector industries showed revenue growth from 2010 to 2011, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Tuesday. The exception for revenue growth noted in the 2011 Service Annual Survey was in the finance and insurance sector where revenue declined by $35 billion to $3.3 trillion year-to-year, the report said. Within […]

Home Prices Off Slightly Month To Month

NEW YORK (UPI) — U.S. home prices slipped October to November, but showed strong gains from 12 months earlier, a closely watched price index said. The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller report said prices dropped 0.2 percent from October in a 10-city composite sample of U.S. cities. Prices slid 0.1 percent month-to-month in the report’s 20-city sampler. Prices […]

U.S. Home Ownership Rate Remains Low

WASHINGTON (UPI) — The U.S. home ownership rate dropped in the fourth quarter of 2012, matching the lowest percentage since early 1997, the Census Bureau said Tuesday. The home ownership rate fell from 65.5 percent in the third quarter to 65.4 percent in the fourth, which matches the first-quarter rates in 2012 and 1997. It […]

Study: Overseas Profits Find Tax Havens

WASHINGTON (UPI) — A congressional research team said U.S. multinational firms were shifting massive profits to tax havens where their investments were marginal. The Congressional Research Service, a non-partisan branch of Congress, sometimes referred to as a government think-tank, said it studied profits multinational firms claimed were earned in five reputed tax havens and compared […]

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