Key Brexit Question: Is Cameron The Biggest Liar In History?

Unfortunately, the battle is not over. A key question remains: Is Cameron an even bigger liar than we all know? Now that the vote is in, I fully expect all the other liars, notably French president Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel to propose a second vote with added sweeteners. Also note the Brexit vote is not legally binding. Cameron could easily resign, leaving this up to the next parliament to decide.

More Troubling Evidence That Hillary Clinton Will Start WW3

Even U.S. military officials have said that these sorts of no-fly or no-bomb guarantees Flournoy is promising - which Hillary Clinton herself has previously advocated - would risk a military confrontation with Russia. Obama’s defense secretary, Ash Carter, told a Senate hearing last December that the policy Clinton advocates “would require ‘substantial’ ground forces and would put the U.S. military at risk of a direct confrontation with the Syrian regime and Russian forces.”

The End Of Cheap China - 16 Emerging Low Wage Economies

International capitalism requires a low-wage, high-growth region for high rewards on risk capital. In the 1880s it was the United States, for example. China was the most recent region, replacing Japan. No one country can replace China, but we have noted 16 countries with a total population of about 1.15 billion people where entry-level manufacturing has gone after leaving China.

Chinese Bankruptcies Surge More Than 50% In Q1; Worse To Come

Chinese bankruptcies have surged this year "as the government uses the legal system to deal with “zombie” companies and reduce industrial overcapacity as part of a broader effort to restructure the economy." In just the first quarter of 2016, Chinese courts have accepted 1,028 bankruptcy cases, up a whopping 52.5% from a year earlier, according to the Supreme People’s Court.

Farage Denies Conceding: "We Haven't Had A Single Bloody Vote Counted"; S&P Futures Surge

In a twist worthy of a soap opera, just minutes after Sky and the major newswires reported that Nigel Farage said "looks like Remain will edge it", a Nigel Farage spokesman told Bloomberg that "he never conceded. He looked at the prevailing weather and was honest. We're not saying it's over. We haven't had a single bloody vote counted", even as just moments later, wires reported that Nigel Farage told the Press Association he thinks Britain has voted to stay in the European Union based on “what I know from some of my friends in the financial markets who have done some big polling”.