Alan GreenspanFormer Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan (pictured) lives a charmed life. Besides pulling down an $8.5 million advance on his memoir, The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World (topped only by Bill Clinton’s $10 million advance), he recently was treated to an orgy of media hype and hoopla usually reserved for screen idols and rock stars.

One small step at a time, advocates of global government are pushing schemes for global taxation as part of the plan to mold the United Nations into a world government.

NAFTA and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit are not designed to improve the economic outlook of the United States or create jobs; they are simply about transferring power to a central government, regardless of jobs, as their proponents admit.

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