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Not Just The Largest Economy – Here Are 26 Other Ways China Has Surpassed America

  #1 When you add up all imports and exports, China now accounts for more total global trade than the United States does. #2 There is now more total corporate debt in China than there is in the United States. #3 During 2013, we sold about 121 billion dollars worth of stuff to the Chinese,…

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Number of Unaccompanied Immigrant Students In Virginia County Up 700% Year Over Year

Arlington Public Schools are serving more young, unaccompanied immigrants. The estimated number of unaccompanied, juvenile immigrants in APS jumped from 10 children last school year to “approximately” 80 children this school year so far, the district said Friday. The release of the APS data on youth age 18 and under who travelled without a parent…

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Student Loans Soar To Record $1.111 Trillion, Up 12% In Past Year

We have covered the topic of the student loan bubble extensively in the past so we won’t waste more digital ink on where it comes from or what it means for the troubled US consumer, suffice to report that according to the Fed, in Q1 total Federal student loans rose by another $31 billion to a…

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USDA Bans Junk Food in Schools – Will Salty Snacks Move to Black Market?

  If public school kids thought their “Let’s Move” lunches were bad before, just wait until they find out what’s in store for them this school year: starting in July, no more junk food anywhere in school vending machines, stores or lunchrooms and draconian calorie, sugar and salt limits on any food sold at schools. Schools that don’t…

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16 Signs That Most Americans Are NOT PREPARED For The Coming Economic Collapse

  #1 Could you come up with $2000 right now?  According to a shocking study that was just released, most Americans could not… Forty percent of individuals in the U.S. said they could not or probably could not come up with $2,000 if an unexpected need arose, according to research by Atif Mian of Princeton University and…

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