Can a single phone call from a billionaire to the U.S. President cause a major change in policy? That’s what’s argued in a politics awash with money that billionaires know how to use. Continue reading “The One Percent Who Rule”
Eight U.S. journalists have been fired for a TV program critical of George Soros. Was it justified or a Stalinist hit?
Soros is a large, inviting target. No other American billionaire has put as much time and money into influencing politics both in the U.S. and abroad. He says it’s democracy building. His critics call it radically destructive. Continue reading “The Reach of George Soros”
During this “Constitutional Crisis” it’s worth recalling a similar episode a decade ago when the U.S. Government sold 2,000 guns to Mexican drug cartels in a project known as Fast and Furious. We still don’t know why. Continue reading “Fast and Furious Revisited”
The greatest threat to America is finally getting some attention. State legislators in Ohio are urging the U.S. Government to designate Mexican drug cartels as foreign terrorist organizations, which would enhance the powers to be used against them. They’re currently responsible for almost all the opiates now flooding the U.S. and poisoning the population. People take these drugs of their own free will, but the cartels see that a substantial supply is always on hand. Continue reading “America’s Greatest Threat”