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Instead of liquidating bad debt, banks are rescued by lavish funding even though they’re technically insolvent. Toxic debt’s are still with us, and the public’s on the hook for amounts the government is covering. The public sector is equally fragile, but unlike banks the people are paying for their own losses. Greece is the epicenter […]
It is reported that two nurses in the capital of Uruguay working at two different hospital locations have just been found guilty of poisoning and inducing deaths of several patients that were supposed to be taken care of in the hospitals of the capital Montevideo. The alleged killings took place in the cardiology unit of […]
North Dakota is the only state with a state banking system and it is being used as a model for seventeen other states that currently have introduced bills for state-owned banks or are researching this plan. This is a system that has allowed North Dakota to maintain a thriving economy and have the lowest un-employment […]
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, or ASVAB is the military’s entrance exam that is given to fresh recruits to determine their aptitude for various military occupations. The test is also used as a recruiting tool in 12,000 high schools across the country. The 3 hour test is used by military to gain sensitive, personal […]