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White Powder, USA, 1929

The new Republican President never touched liquor before his March, 1929 swearing-in ceremony. Indeed, nearly three decades earlier he palmed off all hospitality cordials on his Chinese interpreter, who sometimes had trouble navigating after Hoover’s visits to hosts. 419 more words

Political Economy And Ethical Values

The West is becoming irrelevant.

By Andre Vltchek Global Research, March 24, 2017 I was recently told by an Asian friend of mine who is working in Paris: “Lately I stopped following almost all that is happening politically in the United States, in the UK and even here in France.

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It's Time to Pass the Financial Institutions Bankruptcy Act

Today the House Judiciary Subcommittee lead by Tom Marino held a hearing on the Financial Institution Bankruptcy Act (FIBA) which lays out in clear legislative language the “ 548 more words

Regulatory Policy

The Big Surge in India's Gold Market

Ever heard the term “you can’t keep a good man down “?  Well it goes for good money too.  The banking powers of the world that be have been talking for a year or two about getting rid of cash.  268 more words


How is Alberta Theatre Projects handling its financial crisis?


Alberta Theatre Projects (ATP) is a Canadian production company located in Calgary.

Recently, ATP has been facing a financial crisis that might put its future on the verge of closing down. 1,222 more words


HBCU Money™ Business Book Feature – Is the US Trade Deficit Sustainable?

The global financial crisis of 1997-98 and the widening US trade deficit have precipitated fresh inquiry into a set of perennial questions about global integration and the US economy. 167 more words