Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Breaking News Wed. Sept. 5, 2012

Good Wed. to everyone! Hope you week is going good so far and you are getting pleasant rain and cooler temps. We should be seeing some fall color in the weeks ahead and that is a wonderful time of the year I think.

Much thanks to RJ at the Global Glass Onion and the Ozarker at Conflicted Doomer , and Doug at 3Es News and David at ETF Daily.
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Peak Oil and Energy News
CommodityOnlineNews: Iran has "some problems" in selling Crude Oil: Ahmadinejad
CreditWritedowns: Oil’s Rising Baseline
ETFDailyNews: Strategic Petroleum Reserves: The New Monetary Tool?

Reuters: U.S. lays out examples of "gross negligence" by BP
CNBC: Oil Prices: Supply Worries Aren't What Matters Now

Global Conflict 
SeattlePI: Iran's navy aims to sail off US shores soon
IBTimes: Iraq Defies US, Lets Iran Arm Assad: Report

Reuters: Pentagon: Navy SEAL book contains classified information
DailyStar: Nearly half of registered Syrian refugees signed up in August
WashingtonPost: Colombia, FARC rebels announce accord to begin peace talks

WorldCrunch: Japan To Nationalize Disputed Senkaku Islands 

WashingtonPost: Israel tries to ease differences with US over Iran, seeks forceful statement from Americans
TheJewishChronicle: Loyalty row MP questions reality of Iran threat

WashingtonPost: Mauritania extradites Gadhafi's ex-spy chief ; Senoussi en route to Libya
CNN: Baby survives as family dies in Syrian onslaught  

CommonDreams: Protests, Fury After US Drone Strike Kills 13 Civilians in Yemen
McClatchy: Islamists attack Libyan school, mosques in challenge to NATO-installed government

Hacker News/Wikileaks
ReadWriteWeb: Hackers Scour FBI Laptop, Find Data On 12 Million iOS Users [Updated]
Hacker group Anonymous claims to have obtained 12 million iOS user IDs from the computer of an FBI agent and has released nearly 1 million of those IDs along with corresponding personal information. The claim, if it is true, raises important questions. For instance, what was an FBI agent doing with personal information about 12 million private citizens?
Guardian: AntiSec hacking group did not obtain Apple IDs from federal laptop, says FBI
Guardian: Al-Jazeera websites hacked by Assad loyalist group

Domestic Financial News
Time: Why Isn’t There More Inflation? 
CalculatedRisk: Housing: Inventory down 23% year-over-year in early September 

DailyFinance: 5 Things Your Kids Don't Need to Know About Your Finances

CharlesHughSmith: The Resilience and Fragility of the Status Quo 
CNNMoney: Wall Street to break spending records this election 

DailyFinance: A Million Bucks Ain't What It Used to Be (But It Still Might Be Enough) 
FinancialSense: What to Do When – Not If – Inflation Gets Out of Hand

MaxKeiser: Ayn Rand is not a libertarian. (Paul Ryan can STFU now). Moody's: Outlook for U.S. banks remains negative

SFGate: U.S. car sales surge beyond expectations 
TulsaWorld: National debt hits $16 trillion

NYT: Banks Face Suits as States Weigh Libor Losses
HuffingtonPost: How We Can Bring Millions of Americans to the Middle Class 

Global Financial News
BBC: 'Longer working week' for Greece 
BlacklistedNews: Leaked: Troika requires 6-day working week in Greece 

CBSNews: Honduras to allow private cities 


BusinessInsider: A Chinese Company Copied The iPhone 5 From Photo Leaks – And Then Patented Its Knockoff Phone Design (AAPL) 
EconomyWatch: Eurozone is running out of options and time to solve debt crisis

NYT: A Chinese City Moves to Limit New Cars
Bloomberg: China Auto Sales Slow, Will Still Pass U.S.-Japan-Germany

NYT: Fears Rising, Spaniards Pull Out Their Cash and Get Out of Spain

EarlyWarning: European Retail Trade - The latest data show that consumers in Europe as a whole seemed to have reached the steady state economy. However, inside the Eurozone, retail spending continues to slide slowly.

CommodityOnline: 'Gold Silver look most appealing in September' 
ETFDaily: Gold and Oil Prices Hinge On European Central Bank Meeting

M 3.9, 41km S of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska
USAToday: Magnitude-7.6 quake strikes in Costa Rica

ArcticNews: Arctic cyclone warning for September 7
MSNBC: Dead ‘swamp rats’ pile up on beaches after Isaac
ENENews: Tepco Alters Again: “We replaced photo for physical protection of nuclear materials”
Grist: The futility of climatespotting: No matter what he says, Obama can’t make big moves on climate 
CBS: Video: Watch: Deranged moose attacks Vt. man 

NYT: Elephants Dying in Epic Frenzy as Ivory Fuels Wars and Profits

LAT: More than 50,000 still without power in Louisiana after Isaac

America in Decline
DailyCensored: Stealth Corporate Coup d’Etat 
Atlantic: How Terrified Should We Be of the Pentagon's Plan to Automize Drones? 
SeattleTimes: Survey finds US competitive ranking down again  - The United States' ability to compete on the global stage has fallen for the fourth year running as confidence in the country's politicians continues to decline, an annual survey from the World Economic Forum found Wednesday. 
Star-Telegram: Tarrant County gets tough on squatters

Bloomberg: Banker Plan Would Fund Super-PACs To Sway U.S. Senate Elections - A banking trade group is preparing to set up a political fund that would allow members to funnel money anonymously to pro-industry candidates in the final months of the U.S. elections. The American Bankers Association board is set to vote tomorrow on a plan to create a nonprofit that would donate to super-political action committees, or super-PACs, that can spend unlimited amounts on TV ads and other campaign activities.

DailyBeast: America’s Coming Infrastructure Disaster

Food and Water
WTHI: Organic food advocates speak out
MSNBC: McDonald's to open vegetarian restaurants in India 

BlacklistedNews: Cargill and Others Behind anti-Organic "Stanford Study" 
Cattlenetwork: Update from the Sustainable Beef Resource Center 

CommonDreams: Study: Extreme Weather Hammers Global Food System 
NYT: Experts Issue a Warning as Food Prices Shoot Up

Privacy News
Cryptogon: Texas: Resistance to RFID Tracking of Students

Science and Technology
TechReview: Why It Matters That Apple Device IDs Were Leaked 
ScienceDaily: Quest for Higgs boson enters new phase 
ReadWriteWeb: Wal-Mart Latest To Try Smartphone Solution To Long Checkout Lines 

ANN: Newly discovered fossil reveals the evolutionary march towards elephants 
BigThink: DIY Drones: The Future is Now 

DesdemonaDespair: Humor: Bill Nye on Christian conservatives: ‘I caused a hurricane by challenging creationism? Who can possibly take these people seriously anymore?’

Guardian: Voyager close to leaving solar system on 35th anniversary of launch
Lightyears: Up in the sky: 'Solar whip,' Northern Lights

FutureOfTech: Robot cars could increase highway efficiency 273 percent: Study
Atlantic: Check If You Own One of the 1 Million Hacked iPhones and iPads

Medical and Health
DoctorTipster: Childhood Bacterial Meningitis Linked To Other Health Problems Later In Life
CNN: You can be fat AND fit, researchers say
MSNBC: Study: Lung cancer on the rise in women and nonsmokers 

Doomsteading, Gardening, Urban Farming
BigPictureAgriculture: A Summary of Sheep Breeds Popular in the United States
TransitionVoice: Yes, you can brew kombucha

MotherEarthNews: Harvesting Sweet Potatoes

Other News
BostonHerald: Police: NJ boy, 6, killed saving sister in attack
CSMonitor: Navy SEAL wrote 'No Easy Day' after being pushed out of SEAL Team 6 (+video)

MiamiHerald: Griselda Blanco: Life and death of a cocaine queen
MSNBC: 'El Gordo,' alleged leader of Gulf Cartel, arrested  

MSNBC: Hazing probe: Florida A&M suspends dance group - Florida A&M University, shaken by the hazing death of a marching band drum major last year, suspended a student dance group on Tuesday after receiving a tip that members were involved in an off-campus hazing incident over the weekend.

IBTimes: India: Deady Sivakasi Factory Blaze Kills 31, Many Injured
VOA: Deadly Blast Hits Indian Fireworks Factory

CBS: Video: Real-life Sleeping Beauties - A new Ukrainian exhibit features five young "Sleeping Beauties." Male patrons of the exhibit can go up and kiss one of the "Beauties." Under legal contract, the men have to marry the women if they wake up after the kiss.

InforWars: TSA To Conduct Grope Downs at DNC
TownHall: Time to Shelve the Conventions
NYT: First Lady's Speech Changes Tone of Evening WashingtonPost: Paul Ryan rebuts claims he made misleading statements in convention speech

Star-Ledger: Ad supporting Romney claims Obama is trying to 'force gay marriage on this country'
LAT: Michelle Obama flattens an unnamed opponent (named Mitt)  

NYT: G.O.P. Shift Moves Center Far to Right
NYT: Airlines to Face Trial Over 9/11
McClatchy: Democrats turn left on social issues, widening chasm with GOP
Atlantic: Fact-Checking Campaign Lies: Does Anybody Give a Damn?

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