Here is a close-up snapshot of a remarkable moment from the past: a conversation between a reporter and two Trilateral Commission members. The interview took place in 1978. It concerned the issue of who exactly, during Jimmy Carter’s Administration, was formulating U.S. economic and political policy.
The Office of the United States Trade Representative published its updated objectives for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, including its priorities in the Intellectual Property (IP) chapter of the multilateral trade agreement. The updated language reflects the underlying, ongoing problem with the executive agency’s misplaced priorities on negotiating international trade deals.
Illegals are flooding across the southern border at an unprecedented rate. There is a refugee crisis in Texas. It’s a crisis of President Barack Obama’s making, and it’s intentional. America is being transformed before our eyes.
After Tuesday’s Congressional primary in Virginia’s 7th District, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, heir apparent to Speaker John Boehner’s Republican House throne, is available for speaking engagements, corporate events and children’s birthday parties.
Almost 3 million people are graduating with either an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree this year. They are beginning to flood the market looking for work. And as they do, they’re saddled with an average of $30,000 in student-loan debt.
Jerad Miller, a felon and reported advocate of crystal meth use who — along with his wife, Amanda, fatally shot two Las Vegas police officers and an armed citizen who tried to intervene on Sunday — is anything but the patriotic Constitutionalist he purportedly fancied himself.
Seventy years after D-Day, men like Jim “Peewee” Martin and Bernard Jordan are still better examples of the free world’s best than Bowe Bergdahl will or could be. In a world in which the word “hero” has been diluted more than the liquor at a tourist bar, Martin and Jordan are the top-shelf stuff.
Just as the U.S government falsely claims that Russia invaded Ukraine and annexed Crimea, that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, that Assad used chemical weapons on Syrians, and so forth and so on, the 6.3 percent unemployment rate is just another government lie.
A bill has been proposed that requires California colleges and universities to adopt policies concerning campus sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking policies containing an “affirmative consent” policy in order to receive State funds for financial assistance.
This essay, written by Frank Shostak, was originally published at Mises.org. Most commentators are of the view that the massive monetary pumping of the Fed during 2008 prevented a major economic disaster. The yearly rate of growth of the Fed’s balance sheet jumped from 3.9 percent in January 2008 to 150.9 percent by December of […]