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January 25, 2015 issue of the TREND letter

 

 

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The "Go with the Flow" campaign urges students to urinate in the shower

 

 

(From BBC)...

University students are being urged to urinate in the shower in a bid to save water.

The Go with the Flow campaign is the brainchild of students Debs Torr and Chris Dobson, from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Norwich.

More coverage on how States seize cash, property from motorists

 

 

The barbaric actions of state and local police is getting more and more exposure, as now even CNN has reported on how States seize cash, property from motorists. CLICK HERE to see article. 

January 21, 2015 issue of the TREND letter

 

 

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January 18, 2014 issue of the TREND letter

 

 

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In another desperate attempt to save the Euro, Germany seeks to raise taxes

 

 

The European politicians continue their desperate attempt to save the Euro. We now have Germany's Angela Merkel planning to raise taxes to fund further bailouts. What these politicians don't seem to realize is that with the sanctions against Russia, further raising taxes, just steals money from the German people. 

Market Musings

 

 

The latest issue of Market Musings has been posted. CLICK HERE to access

Leaders use Charlie Hebdo rally as a photo-op

 

 

January 4, 2015 issue of the TREND letter

 

 

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Hackers steal German Minister's fingerprint...is Merkel's iris next?

 

 

(From The Register)....Security researchers claimed to have cloned the thumbprint of the German Defense Minister by photographing her hand at a press conference.

In a presentation at the annual Chaos Computer Club hacker gathering in Hamburg, Germany, biometrics specialist Jan Krisller – known in the community as "Starbug" – explained how he'd taken a variety of photographs of Ursula von der Leyen when she gave a press briefing in October.