Today Credit Suisse released its latest annual global wealth report, which traditionally lays out what is perhaps the biggest reason for the recent “anti-establishment” revulsion: an unprecedented concentration of wealth among a handful of people, as shown in its infamous global wealth pyramid, an arrangement which as observed by the “shocking” political backlash of the past few months suggests that the lower ‘levels’ of the pyramid are increasingly unhappy about.

Read the Full Article: Source – Zero Hedge
Time For Truth: (Zero Hedge) – Global Wealth Update: 0.7% Of Adults Control $116.6 Trillion In Wealth

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For some, it’s 13 going on $5 million for the Jewish rite of passage as industry families “outdo one another … and the Grammys and the Emmys.”

Bar mitzvahs in Hollywood aren’t just parties — they also can be auditions.

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Time For Truth: (Hollywood Reporter) – Hollywood's Battles For The Best Bar Mitzvah: $5m Budgets, Justin Bieber And Camels

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Neither of the two drugs used most frequently to prevent migraines in children is more effective than a sugar pill, according to a study published on Thursday in The New England Journal of Medicine.

Researchers stopped the large trial early, saying the evidence was clear even though the drugs — the antidepressant amitriptyline and the epilepsy drug topiramate — had been shown to prevent migraines in adults.

Read the Full Article: Source – The New York Times
Time For Truth: (The New York Times) – Two Drugs for Adult Migraines May Not Help Children

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Federal officials and advocates say online sex-related extortion against children is growing, and they are urging educators and parents to help raise awareness at back-to-school events.

They say they see a rise in “sextortion,” which often involves adults posing as someone younger on social media to get minors to send them inappropriate photos or video. Offenders typically threaten to post the images they obtain — or send them to others — unless they are sent more explicit images.

Read the Full Article: Source – The Washington Post
Time For Truth: (The Washington Post) – As online ‘sextortion’ against children grows, feds urge back-to-school awareness

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