Today the Russian leadership continues to promote anti-American propaganda. Russia is building new strategic weapons and a military alliance with China. Russia is also developing what Shafhid calls a "psychotronic weapon."
Yushchenko could be a hero, of course; but we have the recent false liberalization in Georgia to lead our suspicions, and after 15 years we see what has happened in Hungary and Poland and Czechoslovakia and Romania.
The Ukrainian provocation, if it is a provocation, sweetens the sauce that flavors the American goose. And if that goose should be cooked, who would eat of it? What chief powers would benefit from the follow-on feast?
Financial commentators working for major media organizations too often do not serve the interests of media consumers. Even if not influenced by media advertizers, some commentators fail to rigorously analyze the global markets. Too often, restating popular myths and thinking inside the box replaces useful insight.
In the wake of 9/11 America was compelled to take charge of the Middle East in order to apply pressure on Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, encircle Iran and paralyze Syria.
There are many things in life that we take for granted. We expect to turn on a switch and the lights to go on. When we turn on the faucet, we expect water to flow. Whenever we are hungry, we expect the grocery shelves...
President Bush is making important changes to his administration, especially in the area of national security policy. The resignations of the Attorney General and the Secretary of State are noteworthy. Significant changes within the CIA are also underway.
The November issue of "Global Gourmet" features an article titled "Power to the Pudding." It claims that a pudding renaissance is underway in Great Britain. This is not so strange, since a pudding renaissance is underway worldwide.
We have begun a new bull market in precious metals that will last for many years and are just at the beginning phase of this new bull market. Investing in junior producers and junior exploration companies can...
Eighteen months ago a curious item appeared in the Billings Gazette (Montana). It was about the proposed sale of Stillwater Mining Co. shares to a Russian company, Norilsk Nickel.