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Eerie Statistics Predict Coming Shemitah Market Collapse: “Only 8 Trading Days Until Wipe Out Day”


The end of the Shemitah cycle is fast approaching, and many are worried about an impending collapse, particularly considering we have already seen unprecedented stock market decline. 199 more words


Is the Stock Market Now “Too Big to Fail”?

Washington’s Blog

Correspondent Bart D. recently speculated that the U.S. stock market was now “too big to fail,” that is, that it was too integral to the global financial system and economy to be allowed to fail, i.e. 169 more words


What the Rise of the Islamic State Tells Us About Donald Trump

Earlier this summer, cultural critic and noted provocateur Camile Paglia raised eyebrows when she equated Donald Trump with the Islamic State. In a freewheeling interview with… 1,215 more words

Middle East

Are we really free?

In the 19th century a philosopher called John Stuart Mill asked himself if we are really free and how much the government have to interfere with the freedom of its citizens. 259 more words


Crucial Info: background to why we MUST transform South Africa

First, see the previous two posts on The Perspective Project:

Let Us Transform South Africa

‘Voices from the suburbs’ discussion / debate: A RESPONSE

Then, consider the CRUCIAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION that further emphasizes the importance and viability of transforming South Africa: 52 more words

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2 Norfolk police officers charged with embezzlement

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Two Norfolk police officers have been indicted by a grand jury on charges that they embezzled from the International Brotherhood of Police. 87 more words


My Voting Framework: Candid, Competent, Similar Views

With the presidential election about a year out, I have begun doing a lot of thinking about my political views.  I will be 22 years old next November, so this is the second election I will be voting in, but the first where I expect to feel engaged and at least somewhat informed.  628 more words