There’s certainly a lot going on in our country, but it’s important to look beyond our own borders periodically and see what’s going on with the rest of the world. So this week’s collection of must-read articles focuses on global issues.Read More →
It’s not getting a lot of attention because the propaganda media are directing you elsewhere, but we are on the brink of another Middle East war.
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The Iran-Contra scandal that led to the indictment of several Ronald Reagan Administration officials and sullied Reagan’s presidency began to unravel on this date 31 years ago when CIA contract pilot Eugene Hasenfus’ plane was shot down in Nicaragua on October 5, 1986.Read More →
James Altucher is a best-selling author, former hedge fund investor and a major backer of Silicon Valley’s hottest ideas. Today, James offers some advice on wealth preservation in times of economic upheaval. You might be surprised to see what he recommends…Read More →
It was nearly impossible to narrow down this week’s batch of must-read articles. In the end, I decided not to limit myself to five pieces. Instead, I elected to include a sixth bonus article for your reading pleasure. Take a look.Read More →
From a missing family to a mistress assassin to a Social Security shortage, here is this week’s food for thought.
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It was exciting over the weekend to hear about the launch of Ron Paul’s Institute for Peace and Prosperity. Recalling one of the infamous debates during the last election cycle, where he was booed after suggesting the “Golden Rule” be applied to foreign policy, it’s obvious that Paul’s detractors just couldn’t get with that part of his […]Read More →
Increasing tensions between Turkey and Syria may have spun out of control Friday after Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan announced his country was able to confirm that Syria shot down a Turkish F-4 jet. The crew of two is missing and both Turkish and Syrian forces are conducting searches. Syria claims the warplane was flying low […]Read More →
Way to go on those sanctions, Obama Administration! You may just get your war now! Iran has cut off oil to Spain. This is supposedly in response to sanctions that have been levied against them. They are also considering doing the same to Germany and Italy. What we need now is an impossible-to-achieve goal. You […]Read More →
I’m not sure what to make of Obama’s stance on the Iran issue. He has been very hawkish during his term as President. I suspect that this is partly because of his lack of principles and partly because of the pressures on him from the people behind the scenes – you know, those who Kennedy […]Read More →
In a secret inter-agency contest to see which federal bureaucracy can deadpan the funniest press conference, Vegas bookies are indicating that the FBI has surged into the lead with its release of a new flyer designed to help internet cafe operators identify potential terrorists . Odds are now 7 to 1 that the FBI will […]Read More →
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Iran has blocked access to a suspected nuclear site, scientists and documents this week. This begs the question – so what? The Obama Administration is sure to use this as fuel for their PR campaign to attack another country who doesn‘t play ball with the bankers. However, you […]Read More →
As Iran continues it’s war games, the US seems eager to provoke them into battle. The Telegraph is reporting that a US vessel has been spotted in the war games zone. Additionally, tough talk is coming from Washington about the situation. Iran has been on the US hitlist at least since the beginning of the […]Read More →