NewWorldNextWeek.com: Episode131 -
Hopenosis Hangover, Fiscal Cliffs, Chinese Transfers
Welcome to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:
Story #1: Obamessiah Gets Four More Years of Fronting For The Empire
Prop. 37 Narrowly Defeated By Corporate Millions, Deceptive Ads
Colorado, Washington Pass Marijuana Legalization; Oregon Says No
Ground Zero's 'Night of the Living Dead Heat' Election Special w/ Doug Owen, Jack Blood and more
Story #2: Gold At 2wk High On Obama Win Focus On 'Fiscal Cliff'
Treasury Quietly Warns: 'Expect Debt Limit To Be Reached Near End of 2012'
Story #3: China's Power Transfer: Infighting And Spectacle
China Turns To Police, Cabdrivers To Enforce Orderly Transition In Power
Chinese, Awaiting New Leadership, Envy US Democracy
The Key Players in China's Power Transition: Inside the 'Gang of Seven'
Corbett Report Radio 253 – A Tale of Two sElections
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Thursday, November 08, 2012
New World Next Week: Episode131 - Hopenosis Hangover, Fiscal Cliffs, Chinese Transfers
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