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Amazon Has Received 238 Proposals For The Company’s Second Headquarters

Just days after we reported that in the mad dash by virtually every American city to become Amazon’s second headquarters, in which some such as New Jersey offered as much as $7 billion in state and city tax credits, today Amazon announced that that it has received 238 proposals from “cities and regions in 54 […]

VAR Shocks!

By Chris at www.CapitalistExploits.at How much money can you lose on any given day according to an entire squadron of dynamic variable factors? It’s called value at risk (VAR), and because every hedge fund, investment bank, prop house, and algo firm wants to assess their own risk — while at the same time sneakily wanting to know […]

FBI General Counsel Reportedly Under Investigation For Leaks To Mainstream Media

Authored by Sara Carter via Circa.com, FBI General Counsel James A. Baker is purportedly under a Department of Justice criminal investigation for allegedly leaking classified national security information to the media, according to multiple government officials close to the probe who spoke with Circa on the condition of anonymity. This comes as Department of Justice […]

The Inflection Point: Venezuela’s Military Begins To Defect, March With Protesters

One month ago, when discussing the latest “explosive” turn in Venezuela’s political situation, we predicted that the worst case for president Nicolas Maduro who has so far managed to keep the army on his side even as Venezuela faces now daily violent and in some cases deadly protests, would be the start of the local […]

Exposing The Student Servitude Scam

Authored by Gordon Long via MATASII.com, Many today strongly believe it is morally wrong to indenture students to the degree of liabilities presently required to achieve the education required to become a productive contributor within our modern society. The question we need to demand answers to is why has college costs for students exploded upward, while salaries and job positions for […]

“Terrorism Is Really Not That Big A Deal” Harvard Students See Trump Worse Than ISIS

What is more dangerous: President Donald Trump’s rhetoric or ISIS? Campus Reform’s Cabot Phillips received some curious answers to that question from the hallowed halls of Harvard University, clarifying perspective on student’s mass dissonance in America…   “I think he’s an asshole-in-chief… Terrorism is really not that big of a deal… ISIS is not a […]

From Nuisance To Threat: The High Cost Of Truth

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, I am convinced that the US, and probably the entire Western world, that is, the American Empire, has entered an era in which respect for truth does not exist in public and private institutions. We have been watching this develop for some time. Think, for example, back to August 3, […]

Paul Craig Roberts Warns “Revolutions Are Bloody, But So Is Doing Nothing”

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, Graeme MacQueen, a university professor in Canada, calls attention to the American left’s inability to exercise imagination with regard to the reports of the Warren Commission and the 9/11 Commission. A collection of individuals and publications, somehow regarded as leftwing, has proven to be active agents for the conspiratorial state […]

Of Bread And Circuses

Originally authored by Admiral Ben Moreell on January 1st, 1956; via The Burning Platform blog, A twentieth-century repetition of the mistakes of ancient Rome would be inexcusable. Rome was eight and a half centuries old when the poet, Juvenal, penned his famous tirade against his degenerate countrymen. About 100 A.D. he wrote: “Now that no […]

Is A Constitutional Crisis Imminent In The Wake Of Trump’s Immigration Ban?

Trump’s immigration ban led to complete chaos over the weekend as protesters descended upon airports and the ACLU filed a number of lawsuits seeking to overturn an executive order which they argue is tantamount to a “Muslim ban” and a direct violation of the First Amendment.  As we pointed out yesterday (see “Federal Judge Grants […]