Is China’s Debt Much Worse Than We Thought?

by Anthony Fensom September 24, 2017 Financial markets have seemingly shrugged off recent saber rattling on the Korean Peninsula. However, a bigger problem may be looming for the region if China fails to bring its debt mountain under control. Fiery rhetoric from both...

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The Art of the President’s Deals

by Jack Kelly September 22, 2017 Relax. Calm yourselves. Things are going much better than President Trump’s enemies – and some who claim to be his friends – say they are. Read and watch President Trump’s speech to the UN General Assembly yesterday (9/19), up on To...

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Russia’s Foreign Policy of Disruption

EDITOR'S NOTE: While we strongly agree with the author's assessment -- on this topic and many others -- he does fail to note the impact of the Democrats' manufactured Russia scandal on US-Russian relations, to wit, the Democrats' willingness to sacrifice U.S....

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Russia Eyes New Sources of Revenue Amid Low Oil Prices

by George Friedman, Xander Snyder, and Ekaterina Zolotova September 21, 2017 Low global energy prices have been a strain on the finances of many oil producers, but they’ve hit Russia particularly hard. Oil and gas accounted for 43% of Russia’s government revenue in...

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President Trump’s Address to the United Nations

This is the full text of the President’s historic speech to the UN General Assembly yesterday 9/19.  Full video follows,  My friend Dr. Jack Wheeler (architect of the Reagan Doctrine) considers this the single greatest speech ever given by a world leader to the...

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Space News Roundup – September 20, 2017

by Edward Ellegood Florida Space Report September 20, 2017   SpaceX Launches X-37B A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched the U.S. Air Force's X-37B space plane into orbit on Sept. 7, 2017. The robotic spacecraft will conduct its fifth secret mission for the military...

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