How QE3 Will Make The Wealthy Even Wealthier While Causing Living Standards To Fall For The Rest Of Us
I've received a few lovely pieces of "hate email" over my missives of late related to Muslim extremists and our foreign policy.
Jeff and Gerald see that the film was incidental to the storm of protests that have been unleashed. It was instead a decade of killing by the US.
Irresistible Force Paradox
University patents often sit there on the shelf. One startup thinks crowdsourcing could revive them.
Is it not long past time to do a cost-benefit analysis of our involvement in the Middle and Near East?
MEP Nigel Farage provided a much-needed dose of reality to the peculiar pontifications of Barroso’s state of the union speech last night. Concerned at the fanaticism of Europe’s ever more concentrated power-base, summed up by his interpretation of Ba
BofAML's Michael Hartnett has an excellent note answering the question: Why is the equity market up so much?
The romantic island of Bora Bora was just named the No.1 island in the world by the travel editors at rankings titan U.S. News & World Report.
I may as well go ahead and apologize to anyone who is already offended by my title without apologizing for offending you. I do not actually hate preppers. I'm just fed up with them.
This tension was particularly poignant on 9/11, when the effects of violence on Earth were actually visible from space...
Huge questions remain unanswered regarding the outlook for the global economy. What's next for Europe's debt crisis? Is China headed for a hard landing? Will the Federal Reserve unleash QE3 to stimulate the U.S. economy?
'No Point in Passing Resolution,' Clinton Insists
I have seen the war between Ron Paul supporters and Gary Johnson supporters and I think it is rather silly that people in this movement have such a hard time following Ron Paul's advice. It is pretty simple to me.
17 solid minutes of AR talking about "Objectivism", defense of Capitalism, Free Markets, Morality of Individual Rights, Right to Privacy, WAR...
WeAreChange presents a film by Saad Ali.
A planetary shift is under way. Many sense this shift internally and we perceive that time is accelerating. It’s hard to keep up.
If you could live in any state in America, where would you go?
Some Of The Really Bad Things That Could Happen If You Do Not Prepare For The Coming Economic Collapse
Everybody hates the cable company. The big cable carriers constantly score among the lowest in customer satisfaction among all industries.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Frank Giustra last week, the lion behind Lionsgate Films, and an early architect of countless resource companies
Clint Eastwood recently gave a speech at the Republican National Convention that won't soon be forgotten.
The latest “rights group” to jump on Russia’s President Putin about Pussy Riot is RootsAction.
Dr Angela Attwood and colleagues from Bristol's School of Experimental Psychology recruited 160 social drinkers aged 18-40 with no history of alcoholism to attend two experimental sessions.
Much of the housing recovery you've been hearing about is still just hype, says Jonathan Miller of Manhattan-based real estate appraisal company Miller-Samuel.
The son of the presidential candidate that most of the Iowa delegation wanted as their president told them today he’s optimistic about the future of the GOP – and their role in it.
Finally, the Fed takes steps to address critics and create a more efficient and honest facility.
Liberal institutions, such as the media, universities, federal courts, and human rights organizations, which have traditionally functioned as checks on the blind obedience to authority, have in our day gone over to power's side.
On the way from San Marino yesterday, I had to stop for some gas near Rimini, a beautiful beach town on Italy’s Adriatic coast. As an aside, Italian gas prices are among the highest in Europe… and the world… at €1.77 per liter (almost USD $8.50 per g
While political conventions are designed to unite a party and build momentum going into the general election, some delegates here in Tampa are a little disappointed with how the 2012 GOP convention has turned out.