New orders for durable goods increased 0.7 percent in May, following a 0.4 percent gain in April, the 11th increase in the last 13 months. Total durable-goods orders are up 10.0 percent from a year ago. The May gain puts the level of total durable-goods orders at $267.2 billion, the second highest on record (see
North Korea has long been rumored to be working on smaller nuclear weapons. These could be deployed on a battlefield alongside traditional conventional weapons, adding significantly more destructive power to traditional military formations. Given that North Korea is technologically far behind its rivals, this makes military sense. Such ‘tactical’ or battlefield nukes help level the
Does Israel really have submarines that can fire nuclear weapons? At the beginning of the year, Israel announced its plan to purchase three Dakar-class diesel-electric submarines for $3.4 billion dollars. Israeli media also reported that the cost of these submarines spiked in price during the negotiation process, likely due to the platform’s increased size and advanced capabilities. Rumors
Image source. Comments by Brian Shilhavy Editor, Health Impact News The Globalist’s New World Order is rapidly advancing now, and it is more important than ever to combat the propaganda and years of mind control that have come out of the corporate media, entertainment, government, and religious institutions that have shaped modern-day American beliefs and
The idea is simple. Redirect education funds away from institutions and allow students and parents to fund their education as they see fit. It makes perfect sense and would have already been massively adopted based on phenomenal successes if it weren’t for the extremely powerful teachers’ unions and their Democrat puppet lawmakers. But Arizona is
“We want to restore confidence to the election system,” said Spokane County GOP State Committeeman Matt Hawkins.
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As Hayek once argued, the history of the world can be depicted as a history of inflation. After all, inflation affects everything from the cost of an egg to the cost of procuring and transporting that egg. When we think about inflation, however, we almost never think of the public education system. Yet public schools
China Delivers Advanced Frigate To Pakistan Navy By Joe Saballa of The Defense Post China has delivered a second Type 054A/P frigate to the Pakistan Navy, providing a further boost to Islamabad’s maritime defense. Named the PNS Taimur, the frigate is reportedly equipped with cutting-edge weapons and sensors to support maritime surveillance and combat missions.
John Mearsheimer’s Ukraine Crystal Ball A new talk by Professor John J. Mearsheimer has recently been made public, wherein the famous author and political science theorist details the causes and consequences of the Ukraine war. Mearsheimer became more well-known, and “controversial” in establishment circles, after it emerged that he clearly predicted going back to 2014 the