Archives for October 2017

Congressmen Press the U.S Mint for Action on Counterfeit Gold and Silver Coins

Washington, DC (October 27, 2017) -- Congressmen Alex Mooney (R-WV) and Frank Lucas (R-OK) today delivered a formal letter to the United States Mint and Secret Service, urging aggressive action on the growing problem of high-quality counterfeits of … [Read more...]

WATCH: Political campaign ad depicts white supremacist killing minority children

The Democratic Party has been decimated over the last eight years. They have lost nearly thing since 2010, and it is only getting worse, especially with their brand of hating white people and focusing on trivial issues. It's understandable why they … [Read more...]

The Nazis were capitalists? A welcomed lie touted by socialists

By: Chris Calton I came across a clever tweet recently claiming that people who say ”The Nazis were socialists, it’s in the name!” must be ”very confused by buffalo wings.” It is now the conventional wisdom that the Nazis were capitalists, not … [Read more...]

CNN, NFL, Trump Hotels identified as America’s most polarizing brands

In the last two years, the United States has become deeply fractured. It seems like Americans are divided on nearly every issue, except for war, which has garnered bipartisan support across the country. Therefore, it isn't surprising to learn that … [Read more...]

Ron Paul: Neocons hijack Donald Trump’s Syria policy

By: Ron Paul Does anyone in the Trump Administration have a clue about our Syria policy? In March, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson appeared to be finally pulling back from President Obama’s disastrous “Assad must go” position that has done … [Read more...]

U.S. personal savings rate plunges to 10-year low, consumer spending jumps

Since the mid-1980s, the personal savings rate in the United States has only hit the double-digit mark once, and that was in 2013 when it topped 11 percent. For the most part, the personal savings rate has been around a mere five percent. As … [Read more...]

WATCH: Sad aftermath of a Sears Canada liquidation sale in Toronto

Many consumers have fond memories of combing over the Sears Catalogue. Looking to buy stuff you don't need with money you don't have is a cherished pastime for millions of people across the United States and Canada. However, after failing to adapt … [Read more...]

Shopping malls tapping taxpayers to survive in retail landscape

All over the United States, shopping malls are closing up faster than Rosie O'Donnell eating at a buffet. With retailers shutting down as online businesses surge, malls are being abandoned at a rapid pace. What's the solution? Well, the newest … [Read more...]

Week in Review: October 23 to October 29

In case you missed any of this week's articles, here is a round-up of some of the most read pieces written by the Economic Collapse News staff: Jimmy Carter: Obama reneged on promises, media harder on Trump, U.S. is fading Saudi billionaire prince … [Read more...]

Trump economy tops 3% GDP growth in Q3 – should we care?

Despite the hurricanes that ravaged Texas and Florida last month, the United States economy posted a gross domestic product (GDP) of three percent in the third quarter. This beats original estimates of 2.4 percent GDP growth. The markets are … [Read more...]