Gen. Mark Milley can make all the excuses that he wants on his call to China, but it was still Treason.
The Funny-Money Game Authored by Alasdair Macleod via GoldMoney.com, The sense of general unease that I detect among those I meet and discuss economics and financial matters with is increasing – with good reason. Clearly, what everyone calls inflation, rising prices or more accurately currency debasement, will lead to higher interest rates, threatening markets which
Nationwide Blackout Hits Syria After Gas Pipeline Bombed A blackout has reportedly plunged all of Syria into darkness Friday into Saturday, with Syria’s state-run SANA announcing the nationwide power outage is due to an attack on a gas site and pipeline in southern Damascus. Into the overnight hours, electricity reportedly returned to much of the capital
The radical left is looking for their next event to take tyranny to a new level in the US. Could Saturday’s protest be that event? It looks like the mainstream media believes so.
Among the most important articles ever written in economics is Ludwig von Mises’s 1920 paper “Die Wirtschaftsrechnung im sozialistischen Gemeinwesen” – which is normally translated as “Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth.” In this paper Mises argued that socialism will not only fail to achieve improved living standards for ordinary people, it will impoverish them.
The U.S. Constitution defines only one criminal act, treason, and does so in such a way as to deliberately restrict its use against political opponents. While it is not easy to convict an American of treason, as recently as 2006 a grand jury indictment for treason came down on an American for participating in al-Qaeda
Imagine if a general in the Kennedy administration called his counterpart in the Soviet Union and said his boss wasn’t really going to follow through with threats during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Imagine if one of Obama’s generals alerted Pakistan that we were coming in for Osama bin Laden. Whatever excuses they could possibly make
If approved by voters, the ballot proposal would replace the Minneapolis police department.
The vetoed legislation mandated residents show ID each time they cast a ballot, expanding upon existing law that only requires it of first-time voters.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory group who evaluate the efficacy and safety of vaccines have rejected the request for Pfizer booster shots . However, the White House -desperately trying to push as many needle jabs as possible- was already on track to being giving booster shots this month. The implication here is that