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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Obama is at again stuff he passes while you sleep

So while we were worried about this cop beating up a teenager Obama was passing this.

We had received news from the
Department of Homeland Security that they had received a memo of an off-the-record meeting shows that President Barack Obama's administration is considering defying a federal judge's injunction against issuing work permits to illegal immigrants, Ian M. Smith writes at The Hill.

We also found out that the banks are trying to push for a worldwide currency without carrying cash.

The IMF will review the currencies included in its currency basket and are reviewing the Yuan as a possible alternative. IMF Chief Christine Lagarde says, it's not a question of if, it’s a question of when. Experts say this will send trillions of dollars moving around the world within days.  This announcement is expected to trigger one of the most profound transfers of wealth in our lifetime.

China’s goal to attain endorsement of the yuan as a reserve currency will be achieved this year, according to most economists surveyed by Bloomberg. Global yuan adoption is on the rise as China gradually opens up its domestic capital market to foreign investors and expands a network of lenders that clears trades in the unit. The yuan, officially called renminbi, overtook the euro in 2013 as the world’s second-most used in trade finance and was the fifth most-popular for global payments in May, according to the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications. Inclusion would also allow China to challenge the greenback’s dominance in global trade and finance.

Did you know that the FBI Director James Comey says police are holding back on doing their jobs for fear of being labeled racists. Comey stated
"Unless you go around and you interview various police departments and various police officers, you're not going to have statistical evidence," he said. "The reality is cops in this country today feel like there's a war against them. They feel like they're not being supported by their governors, by their mayors, by their city administrators and in doing so and having that feeling, I don't think they're going to put themselves on the line."