William F. Jasper
Angela Merkel’s double-speaking and flip-flopping on EU bailouts, EU control from Brussels, support for U.S.-backed foreign wars — and much more — should have insured her defeat, but the German Chancellor’s powerful allies in the media, banking, and politics have shielded her with a Teflon coat.
Long before 9/11, Osama bin Laden’s terrorist activities around the world were being cited as a classic case of “blowback.” Quite obviously, the CIA’s support for bin Laden, Ayman al-Zawahiri, and other radical Islamists in Afghanistan in the 1980s, ostensibly to counter the Soviets, had indeed helped spawn a virulently anti-American global terror network that was returning to haunt us.
America's academic, business, and government elites insist that China is changing, but evidence shows that China's communist leadership remains in total control.
Though the mainstream media cast Trayvon Martin as the latest martyr in America's supposedly endless racial oppression, there is no sympathetic Trayvon treatment for black-on-white crime victims.
Startling new eyewitness testimony and official communiqués sent shortly after the bombing of the Murrah Building bring an important fresh dimension to one of the most troubling aspects of the investigation into the terrorist attack in Oklahoma City.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde called central bankers “heroes of the global financial crisis,” warned against slowing funny money “stimulus”
Wildfires occur naturally and have always been a part of the seasonal cycle in the West, but the size and intensity of the fires have dramatically increased in recent years due, in large measure, to the gross mismanagement of the national forests by the U.S. Forest Service and the incessant lawsuits of radical environmentalists that have thwarted all reasonable attempts at proper forest management.
The Internet and talk radio abound with ridiculous rumors and falsehoods dealing with conspiracy. Yet, there are many examples of the real thing.
The banking giant with insider connections to the Fed is facing a new scandal, on the heels of its $6.2 billion "London Whale" losses and its malfeasance in the mortgage meltdown crisis.