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While hopes of renewed diplomacy between the U.S. and Iran are emerging, the religious ideologies on both sides will remain insurmountable obstacles to a lasting peace.
Here are two alternative solutions to finance the upcoming Syrian intervention that, in theory, will not increase America’s gargantuan deficits.
As the Western military forces congregate in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea in anticipation of a “limited strike” on Syria, it is time to ask ourselves a simple question: Why?
Yesterday’s mysterious three hour trading halt on the NASDAQ, which affected nearly $6 trillion in equity holdings, is officially being labeled as an unexplained “technical glitch.” However, some experts are saying that this latest trading halt has all of the makings of a cyber attack.
Admittedly, our options for fighting this massive surveillance state are few. But here are a couple of potential solutions to start the conversation.
As if the Middle East is not already awash in U.S., Chinese, and Russian armaments, the military-industrial complex has sought Congressional permission to send another $2 billion in arms to war-torn Iraq.
Good news: A new amendment to defund the NSA is gaining steam…
Confused about the recent debt ceiling debate? Let Jerry’s satirical piece be your guide.
Even the most conspiratorial minds among us are perhaps just beginning to scratch the surface…
The struggle between East and West will inevitably explode in the resource-rich Middle East.
The latest allegations of transatlantic espionage conducted by the U.S. against its European “allies” have placed President Barack Obama and the U.S. State Department in the global hot seat.
Most of the smart money has adopted a “wait and see from the sidelines” approach.
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With 50 million Americans living in poverty and over 1 million homeless U.S. public school students, it’s time for a new strategy.
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The Japanese people should demand that the banksters stop destroying their economy and focus on real growth opportunities instead of chasing paper illusions.
Washington Times reporter, Bill Gertz, tells FTMDaily that there’s more to China’s drone program than meets the eye.
With new Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to the Kremlin, China and Russia relations are tightening. Should the West be concerned?
At least we are safe from those evil “terrorists.” Right?
It seems the global embrace of quantitative easing is finally beginning to work its magic. But central banks do not appear willing to turn off the printing presses.
Geopolitical tensions have created a growing number of current global conflicts that threaten the existing global financial order.
“After conducting a grand experiment of consistent deficit spending with a completely worthless fiat currency, the colossal economic failure created by our nation’s policymakers will simply be spectacular.”
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The house of cards that Washington has built will eventually collapse under the weight of time…
What happened to America? How did a nation that was so prosperous and so unique in its approach to government end up completely bankrupt and run by tyrants?
Words simply fail to describe the ineptitude of the Washingtonites…
As I reflect upon the historic events of last week’s Republican National Convention, I am truly saddened for America.
“The USPS is bleeding — losing $3.2 billion in the second quarter of fiscal year 2012 — and its problems require immediate Congressional action.”
Here’s a list of 10 ways to restore liberty and end tyranny in America. It’s time to end the Fed and mandated healthcare.
Now, as a student of Austrian economics and as a firm believer in the free markets, I am not opposed at all to leveraging one’s talents and abilities to increase wealth. However, doesn’t it seem that our modern day “public servants” may be getting the better end of the deal? After all, they are sent to Washington with a mandate to promote the will of the people. However, America’s politicians often end up serving the wishes of their corporate masters as well as other special interest groups.
Ron Paul’s Presidential Campaign has just released a brand new web ad exposing the serial hypocrisy of corrupt former Speaker, Newt Gingrich entitled: Selling Access.
Although Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) is the GOP candidate currently polling around third in New Hampshire and second in Iowa, he has not been invited to a presidential-candidates forum hosted by the Republican Jewish Coalition on Wednesday, December 7th.
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Washington continues to fail on a debt deal. The simple goal for Washington right now is to pass a deal that will reduce the deficit. Washington leaders only have one incentive: re-election.
My basic thesis is that the U.S. is an empire in decline. In the past, it has made some brilliant moves that secured its place as the supreme economic, political, and military leader of the globe. But in its twilight years, America has fallen prey to the common trappings of empire: military overreach, an entitlement mindset, and currency depreciation.
The coming breakdown of the global petrodollar system will result in the total and complete collapse of the U.S. Dollar. And yet, very few people have even heard of this system, let alone understand it.
I must admit that as I sat down to watch the State of the Union address last night, I was more hopeful than usual that the President would at least propose a handful of ideas for effectively reducing our budget deficits and our collective national debt.
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Most of you are aware that there has been little improvement in the over all economic outlook… The official unemployment rate has risen from 5% at the beginning of the recession in December 2007 to 9.6% in September 2010.