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Higher Food Prices to Come: California Food-Producer Experiencing Intense Droughts

Source: Natural Society:by Christina Sarich, 

It shouldn’t be so that a single state bears the burden for feeding our entire nation, but the entire US counts on California’s water-challenged agriculture for fruit, vegetables, and wine. 153 more words

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(video) Whistleblower Nomi Prinz Exposes The Nefarious Deeds Of The Global Banking Elite — Private Banks Rigging Economic Systems Worldwide

Very interesting overview at minute-6.

Regarding collapse, I’m inclined to believe Joel Skousen, who predicts the globalist banksters will do whatever they have to in order to keep total collapse from happening, so the people won’t rise up… 128 more words

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Prices Going Up? How to Tell Your Customers

Chalk it up to inflation. Or maybe increased competition has left you with no other option. Whatever your reason–and we’re sure it’s a damn good one–you have to raise your prices. 498 more words

Inflation aside, Teachers Union and SCCD Agree on 2% Salary Hike

By Josh Kelety | Campus News Editor

On Tuesday, February 11, after months of haggling, negotiating teams from both the Seattle Community College District (SCCD) and the local branch of the American Teachers Federation (AFT) established a tentative agreement to raise salaries for both full-time and part-time faculty by 2%. 876 more words

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Inflation aside, teachers' union and SCCD agree on 2% salary hike

By Josh Kelety

On Tuesday, February 11, after months of haggling, negotiating teams from both the Seattle Community College District (SCCD) and the local branch of the American Teachers Federation (AFT) established a tentative agreement to raise salaries for both full-time and part-time faculty by 2%. 862 more words

Before The Big Bang?

Astrophysicists have discovered primordial ripples in the fabric of space-time, which would prove the theory  of inflation, long held as the holy grail of cosmology. 140 more words

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Economist: 2018 Minimum Wage Of $10.10 Will Be Worth $9.25

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — In a plan approved by the legislature, full-time minimum-wage workers in Maryland will ultimately make about $875 less annually than they would have under the governor’s proposed timetable, an economic analyst said. 484 more words

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