Daily Archives: December 19, 2013

Grandpaw Peter Koyote – Nuthin Stopping Us Now – 19 December 2013

Uploaded on 16 December 2013 by Grandpaw Peter Koyote And here’s why… and a lil tale of adventure too… for the willing… Is that You?… Catch the wave, as Grandpaw Koyote & Friends tell the Tale, once again… Thank You!


Carl Boudreau – The Astrology Of January 2014 – A Bend In The Road – 19 December 2013

Uploaded on 18 December 2013 by Carl Boudreau January’s video is another surprisingly supportive chart. It is supportive to a surprising degree and in an unexpected way. It creates a hurdle in our individual and collective lives, but it offers a novel and truly transformative way to get over this hurdle, one that moves us all toward a new paradigm.

The Australian – SPC Ardmona Cash Would Come With Tough Conditions –

The Australian

By David Crowe and Rachel Baxendale

FEDERAL cabinet has demanded new assurances from Coca-Cola Amatil to justify taxpayer aid for its fruit processing division in another sign of Tony Abbott’s hard line on industry assistance.

The move clears the way for a renewed cabinet debate next month over the company’s plea for cash for its SPC Ardmona operations, buying time for Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane to revise the terms of the deal.

Read the whole story at: www.theaustralian.com.au / link to oringinal article

FINRA Fines Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. $6.5 Million For Serious Financial And Operational Deficiencies – 19 December 2013


For Release:

December 19, 2013
Michelle Ong (202) 728-8464
Nancy Condon (202) 728-8379
Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. Action

Lack of Required Transparency in Financial Records and Inaccurate Customer Reserve Computations Continue reading

DealBook – Big Victory In Government’s Insider Trading Crackdown – 19 December 2013



No wiretaps. No smoking-gun emails. And a star witness who was testifying to avoid prison.

All that, and yet a federal jury convicted Michael S. Steinberg, a former top trader at SAC Capital, of five counts of insider trading. It was the biggest victory yet in the government’s crackdown on some of Wall Street’s most vaunted hedge funds, DealBook’s Ben Protess, Matthew Goldstein and Alexandra Stevenson write.

Read the whole story at: www.dealbook.nytimes.com / link to original article

IntelliHub – John Vibes – Layaway Bills Nationwide Are Being Paid Off By Anonymous Charitable Donors – 19 December 2013

Photo: Wikimedia CommonsAnonymous benefactors have been walking into local department stores and paying off layaway bills all throughout the country in recent weeks

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

(INTELLIHUB) — As the government is shutting down homeless shelters and arresting charities for giving away food, there are countless cases of average people making charitable gestures that actually have made a difference.  This week the news was filled with stories from all over the country about people who anonymously paid off layaway bills at their local department stores.   Continue reading

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 795 – The NSA Enemy List on Ground Zero – 19 December 2013

James Corbett appears on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis to discuss the Story of the Year: the NSA is developing an enemy list and everyone is on it. Join us as we dissect this year’s NSA revelations and the cryptocrats behind it, and discover how we can turn the taps off on the NSA data center. Continue reading

WakingTimes – What a Year: 45 Fossil Fuel Disasters The Industry Doesn’t Want You To Know About – 19 December 2013

waking_times_logo_6-5-12_1While coal, oil, and gas are an integral part of everyday life around the world, 2013 brought a stark reminder of the inherent risk that comes with a fossil-fuel dependent world, with numerous pipeline spills, explosions, derailments, landslides, and the death of 20 coal miners in the U.S. alone.

Despite all this, our addiction to fossil fuels will be a tough habit to break. The federal Energy Information Administration in July projected that fossil fuel use will soar across the world in the come decades. Coal — the dirtiest fossil fuel in terms of carbon emissions — is projected to increase by 2.3 percent in coming years. And in December, the EIA said that global demand for oil would be even higher than it had projected, for both this year and next. Continue reading

John Ward – Lawless Britain: Green Belts, Hospital Stats, Outsourcing Fraud, HMRC Tax Collusion, And Lies About Torture – 19 December 2013

kenliestitleMore than half of English councils with greenbelt land are preparing to allocate some of it for development ahead of brownfield sites.

A survey commissioned by the National Trust found that 30 of the 59 councils that responded who had greenbelt land in their local authority area – 51% – were likely or very likely to allocate it for development in the next five years.More than half of the 147 respondents to the survey by the Local Government Information Unit (LGIU) said they had brownfield sites available that could help meet a five-year housing land supply target – but these had not been considered viable. Continue reading

InvestmentWatchBlog – Americans At Risk Of Enforced Cyprus-Style Bail-In – 19 December 2013

InvestmentWatchGovernment Using NSA to Change Amount in Bank Accounts, Warns Panel

Americans at risk of enforced Cyprus-style bail-in

Paul Joseph Watson
December 19, 2013

A White House review panel report into the activities of the NSA suggested that the government was using the spy agency to launch cyber attacks against financial institutions and change the amounts held in bank accounts. Continue reading