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A Warning To The State Of Pennsylvania

Michael Reagan  Be careful, Pennsylvania people. You can’t afford to blow it this fall. Your great state is, I’m sorry to say, already not so great when it comes to fiscal solvency. Don’t make it worse by dumping your Republican governor, Tom Corbett. Despite the Marcellus Shale boom that’s turned Pennsylvania into the Saudi Arabia […] Continue reading →

Putin Thugs Demanding Jews Register In Eastern Ukraine

 B. Christopher Agee  Since taking over portions of the government in Ukraine, pro-Russian forces are increasingly imposing their will on the neighboring country. Reports indicate that in the city of Donetsk, which Russia is targeting as its next conquest, anti-Semitic behavior is reaching unconscionable levels. According to news emerging from the region this week, Jews […] Continue reading →

Milk debate touches raw nerve in Capitol

Steven Greenhut  SACRAMENTO — While driving through the Mojave Desert a few years ago, I stopped at a small restaurant and had a meal that included raw oysters. Driving home, I worried about the wisdom of that decision given that desolate desert regions aren’t the best-known places for fresh oysters. Nothing bad ensued, but it reminded […] Continue reading →

Who gained, and what, at Ukraine talks

 The talks in Geneva on Ukraine brought together four parties that had seemed extremely far apart on some issues, but within a few hours they produced a broad agreement that that holds out substantial hope for a crisis that appeared on the verge of spinning out of control. In what U.S. Secretary of State John […] Continue reading →

American Civil Unrest is Starting on Schedule

Martin Armstrongarmstrongeconomics.com  We have been warning that 2014 is the beginning of a new cycle that will see a highly unusual convergence between our domestic (civil unrest & revolution) data and our international war model. Both converge for the first time since the 1700s when there were US and French Revolutions and the fall of […] Continue reading →