Category Archive: Economy

Aug 20

Today’s News 20th August 2017

NASA Unveils Plan To Stop Yellowstone "Supervolcano" Eruption, There's Just One Catch A NASA plan to stop the Yellowstone supervolcano from erupting, could actually cause it to blow… triggering a nuclear winter that would wipe out humanity. As we have detailed recently, government officials have been closely monitoring the activity in the Yellowstone caldera. However, …

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Aug 19

Today’s News 19th August 2017

Pat Buchanan Asks "In This Second American Civil War – Whose Side Are You On?" Authored by Patrick Buchanan via, "They had found a leader, Robert E. Lee — and what a leader! … No military leader since Napoleon has aroused such enthusiastic devotion among troops as did Lee when he reviewed them on …

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Aug 18

Today’s News 18th August 2017

The Death Of A Nation Authored by James George Jatras via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Every living nation needs symbols. They tell us who we are as one people, in what we believe, and on what basis we organize our common life. This fact seems to be very clear to the current leadership in Russia, …

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Aug 17

Today’s News 17th August 2017

Tucker Carlson Obliterates Bill Kristol, Says He's 'Glued to Social Media Like a Slot Machine Junkie in Reno.' Content originally published at   Last night Bill Kristol called out Tucker Carlson for discussing the very real issue of removing monuments of all American forefathers who once owned slaves, saying that Tucker was attempting to …

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Aug 16

Today’s News 16th August 2017

Korea And Venezuela: Flip Sides Of The Same Coin Authored by Jacob Hornberger via The Future of Freedom Foundation, By suggesting that he might order a U.S. regime-change invasion of Venezuela, President Trump has inadvertently shown why North Korea has been desperately trying to develop nuclear weapons – to serve as a deterrent or defense …

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Aug 15

Today’s News 15th August 2017

The West Betrays U.S. Heroes Who Prevented Another 9/11 Authored by Giulio Meotti via The Gatestone Institute, "Those who work as spies know the risks from America's enemies, but they shouldn't have to worry about politicized retribution from its friends" — The Wall Street Journal. These officials should have never be prosecuted in a court; …

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Aug 14

Today’s News 14th August 2017

American Citizen Held By Immigration Enforcement For Over 3 Years Without Lawyer Submitted by Sovereign Man This Week's Intelligence American Citizen Held by Immigration Enforcement for Over 3 Years Without Lawyer “I am an American citizen,” Davino Watson pleaded with ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) agents, judges, and jailers. But to no avail; he was …

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Aug 13

Today’s News 13th August 2017

Charlottesville is a Symptom of a Much Greater Problem in America Today Content originally published at So I was walking around Maine today, without a phone, totally unplugged from the world. Since I’m a personable person, quite affable at times, I conversed with lots of strangers, many people who might disagree with my ‘world …

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Aug 12

Today’s News 12th August 2017

Does Kim Jong-Un's Strategy Make Sense? Authored by Federico Pieraccini via The Strategic Culture Foundation, "Looking at the recent North Korean testing of two intercontinental missiles, it may seem that Pyongyang wishes to increase tensions in the region. A more careful analysis, however, shows how the DPRK is implementing a strategy that will likely succeed …

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Aug 11

Today’s News 11th August 2017

US Military Presence Overseas Mushrooming: Here, There, And Everywhere Authored by Alex Groka via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Around 200,000 US troops are stationed in 177 countries throughout the world. The forces use several hundred bases, more than 1,000 if the figure includes overseas warehouse and installations. The US may need more soon, with its presence and …

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