William F. Jasper
Yale Center advises a return to using “global warming” to stir more fear for political uses, as public concern fades and data show no warming over past 17 years.
For decades, America’s presidents have been under the sway of the internationalist Council on Foreign Relations, and George W. Bush is no exception to the rule.
Though billed as a boon to the United States, the General Agreement on Trade in Services will, in reality, wreak havoc on our economy, sovereignty, and way of life.
Federal and state governments are colluding with favored corporate interests to prevent the competition needed to raise the quality and lower the cost of medical care.
Good-news answer to ObamaCare: The Surgery Center of Oklahoma is proving that free enterprise is the way to boost quality while dramatically cutting medical costs.
U.S. policy initiated by Clinton and continued by Bush is making America dependent on oil from this region still run by Stalin-era Communists.
Gorbachev is one of the most successful advocates ever of the Council on Foreign Relations’ subversive twin objectives: U.S.-Russian convergence and transformation of the UN into a world government.
Former Soviet dictator Mikhail Gorbachev enjoys global celebrity status unmatched by any other ex-political leader. But is he a prophet of world peace or a dangerous Pied Piper?
Computer experts and even Obama supporters express disbelief in the claim by the IRS that Lois Lerner’s incriminating e-mails sought by Congress are “lost.”
The rollout of the national tour for Hillary Clinton’s new book, Hard Choices, has been as carefully scripted as any presidential campaign launch, which is no surprise, since the book tour is precisely that: Hillary’s unofficial launch of her 2016 White House bid. It is also no surprise that one of her first stops on the tour was for a star appearance at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the establishment brain trust that has served as the power behind the throne governing America for most of the past century, regardless of whether a Republican or Democrat has occupied the Oval Office.