Written by TheDailyBell.com
Chinese central bank official Yi Gang said the strength of lending in the country isn't a cause for concern and will stabilize, reflecting the government's reluctance to rein in economic stimulus measures. "I think overall, the situation will converge to a sustainable level," Deputy Central Bank ...
Written by J. D. Longstreet
The AP (Associated Press) is reporting that they have seen a secret report, which says that Iran has all the information it needs to build a nuclear bomb and is in the process of building missiles, which will be capable of carrying an atomic warhead.
Written by Muhammad Al-Hussaini
Middle East Quarterly
Fall 2009, pp. 9-14
Editors' preface: Who has rights to the land between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River? Zionists cite biblical passages in which God awarded them Eretz Yisrael, the Land of Israel, in perpetuity in his covenant with the children of Israel. Muslims ...
Written by Richard Falknor
"There has been a fascinating point of alignment since 9/11 between the anti-war Left and the democracy hawks. Both sides have failed to identify the enemy: Islamists. The hard Left resists because it doesn't see Islamism as an enemy at all. The Islamists, like the Left, regard ...
Written by Alan Caruba
Referring to a 1990 report in The Economist, the editors recently said, "To revisit the Arab world two decades later is to find that in many ways history continues to pass the Arabs by. Freedom? The Arabs are ruled now, as they were then, by a cartel of authoritarian regimes practiced in the arts ...
Written by John Hagelin, Ph.D and David R. Leffler, Ph.D.,
Dr. John Hagelin, co-author of this paper, a noted physics researcher for CERN and later the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, teaches physics at Maharishi International University and is a director of the Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS). Dr. Hagelin was a featured expert in the movie ...
Written by Amir Taheri
First Published in FamilySecurityMatters.org
Serving notice that the fight for the future of Iran was far from over, multitudes throughout the country yesterday defied a government ban to attend ceremonies marking the 40th day since the death of pro-democracy protesters in Tehran.
The ceremonies, ...
Written by James Jay Carafano, Ph.D.
Disputed results for the election of the Iranian president triggered a wave of public protests in Iran. Extensive media coverage highlighted the role of social networking, both in helping organize activities and sharing the progress of events. ...
Written by TheDailyBell.com
UK Telegraph..."The July survey of investors by Merrill Lynch found that a net 63% believe the world will recover over the next year, but they lack conviction and are not committing hard money to the rebound. "Asset allocators remain very cautious on global equities," said the bank. It noted a ...