Archive for January 17th, 2012

If Mitt Romney Is So ‘Electable,’ Then Why Didn’t Republicans Nominate Him in 2008?

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

by Mark R. Crovelli Republicans sure have short memories. It was just four years ago that they went to the polls in the primaries and elected the most “moderate” and “electable” candidate they could find in the hope that they had a man who was palatable to the general population. Their reward for... »

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The Rise of the Praetorian Class

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

by Pete Kofod Much attention has been paid to the “disappearing middle class” and the “vanishing American Dream.” While the observations are largely accurate, they are also misleading. The traditional three-tier model of the upper, middle and lower class broadly categorizes people according to income and net worth. One significant problem with this... »

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A War Prayer for the Twenty-First Century

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

by Laurence M. Vance Since the bombs began to fall on Baghdad in March of 2003, churches, Christian leaders, religious organizations, and individual Christians have been telling us to pray for U.S. soldiers fighting in Iraq. We have been told to pray for the safety of U.S. troops while they defend our freedoms,... »

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Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

By Paul McGuire January 17, 2012 In response to the criticism that came against the Clinton White House over foreign-linked contributions, Alvin and Heidi Toffler, the authors of Third Wave and Future Shock, defended the Clinton White House on the basis of a globalist philosophy they embrace. The Toffler’s said: in a 1997... »

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“What happens if they go bust? I can tell you the simple answer: mayhem. As bad as, conceivably worse than, the failure of large and complex banks,”

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Financial Clearing Houses: The Next Casualty Of The Crisis? Reuters Jan 16 (Reuters) – Clearing houses — the plumbers of high finance — could become the next casualties of the crisis as regulators insist that banks run their riskiest and private trades through them. At the moment banks conduct over-the-counter trades between themselves:... »

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Blue Chip Companies Bailing Out Weak Eurozone Banks

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 Role reversal Euro-style. With 2% yields in the cash markets, this makes sense intuitively for cash-rich lenders, but with the possibility of default looming large, the loans are now secured. — Reuters Blue-chip names like Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and Peugeot are among firms bailing out Europe’s ailing banks in a reversal of... »

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Nearly Half of All Pharmaceuticals Produced Overseas, Many in Unregulated Chinese Factories

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Anthony Gucciardi Monday, January 16, 2012 Nearly half of all pharmaceutical drugs within the United States were not only produced overseas, but a shocking 81% of the 3,765 foreign factories have never been inspected by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Of these mystery drug factories, many are unregulated and stationed in China.... »

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