Written by Henrik R Clausen,
A lot of attention has been paid to the economical crisis in Greece. This is understandable, for Greece has broken important promises and apparently committed fraudtowards the other eurozone members. However, the narrow focus on Greece clouds what really matters: This is no mere Greek ...
Written by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Gold Report
However the evolving global currency crisis ultimately manifests itself, either total deflation and a debt-liquidating depression or a hyperinflationary blow-off, David Morgan of The Morgan Report says "There's none better than gold-and silver is probably just as good-if you're worried about a ...
Written by James G. Gimpel
This Backgrounderexamines the political implications of large-scale immigration. Between 1980 and 2008, 25.2 million people were granted permanent residency (green cards) by the United States. A comparison of voting patterns in presidential elections across counties ...
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
President Barack Obama's budget has addedmore than $100 billion of federal taxpayers' money to what is called "education," so that means it will be spent by alumni of the Saul Alinsky school of radical community organizing and/or the Chicago Democratic machine. We're indebted to Pamela Geller of ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
It is no news to anyone that the world can often be unfair, that families lack the things they need and that people suffer and die unnecessarily in ways that could be avoided. The fundamental question is do we respond to such situations by working together on an individual and social level, giving ...
Written by TakeBackMedicine.com
Apparently Sen. Harry Reid still can't quite tell the difference between truth and lie, fact and fiction. Some friends of ours over at TakeBackMedicine.com decided to do a bit of "Fact Check" on Harry's pronouncement "45,000 people die every year in U.S. From lack of insurance."
Written by Nicole Gelinas
Wielding creative definitions of blight, New York runs roughshod over property rights and uproots viable neighborhoods.
Written by the Staff
Investment guru Marc Faber (left) says there's a 30 percent chance that China's "soft landing" will turn into a crash-and-burn, taking most commodities with it. "I think to some extent (China) is a bubble," said Faber, the editor of "The Gloom Boom & Doom Report." "Last year, ...
Written by The Heritage Foundation
Flacking for President Barack Obama's "new" health care plan, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told reportersassembled for yesterday's press briefing: "The president posted ideas of his on the White House website today. We hope Republicans will post their ideas either on their website, or ...