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The ‘Bloody Nose’ Strategy: The US Weighs Military Action Against North Korea

Amid reports that some of the iciness between North Korea and the United States could be thawing comes another that states the United States is weighing military action against North Korea. The strategy, known as the “bloody nose,” would attempt to strike the rogue regime without starting an all-out war. According to The Wall Street […]

Being a Constitutionalist Is Not Enough /By Laurence M. Vance / September 17, 2013 Although today is Constitution Day, the Constitution has never been as ignored and violated as it is right now. But because the Constitution (art. I, sec. 8) grants to Congress alone the power to “declare War,” to “raise and support Armies,” and to “provide and maintain a Navy,” even […]

Why the US is Really Chasing War With Syria / By Greg Canavan / September 10th, 2013 Apparently, global markets rallied overnight on hopes that a conflict may be avoided if Syria gives up its chemical weapons. If that’s the case, it’s a rally that will fade later in the week. That’s because, as we pointed out yesterday, the ongoing Syrian conflict has […]

Bullish Tests Coming From Fed and Technicals Progress, But Not Out Of Woods Yet / By Chris Ciovacco / September 10, 2013 Progress, But Not Out Of Woods Yet The financial markets continued to rise early Tuesday afternoon based on a carryover from Monday’s news regarding Syria and China. The Washington Post noted hurdles remain on the Syrian front: An unexpected Russian proposal for Syria to avert a U.S. military strike by transferring control of […]

Spotted Near The US Embassy In Lebanon / By Tyler Durden / September 8, 2013, 15:48 -0400 There are some in Congress who may be fooled by a few YouTube videos, but the international community, especially the part of it that may soon be on the receiving end of a few hundred of Raytheon’s finest, is proving far less gullible. A protester […]

Senate Foreign Relations Committee May Delay Syria Vote, As Republican Corker Gets Cold Feet Next / By Tyler Durden / September 4, 2013, 11:02 -0400 Late last night news broke that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee had proposed a resolution for US involvement in Syria which among other things, would limit Obama’s Syrian military strike – whose “clinical” purpose and intentions are still very much unclear – to 90 days. […]

Genocide: The Implications Of A Military Strike Hitting Chemical Weapons Storage Facilities

Bhopal 1984 / By Lizzie Bennett, Underground Medic  / September 3rd, 2013 There are four chemical weapons storage facilities in Syria according to The Port of Latakia on the Mediterranean coast Hama south of Latakia…VX and Tabun as well Homs south of Hama Damascus south of Homs The storage facilities run in the shape of a walking stick […]

Precious Metals Intraday Commentary: About Last Week… / By Eric Dubin / Tue, Sep 3rd, 2013 Today’s precious metals sector action is positive across the board.  However, it does look like the same pattern of mining shares coming under some pressure after shooting higher at the start of the New York session is present.  It’s a bit different today in that shares are […]

25 Quotes About The Coming War With Syria That Every American Should See

If Barack Obama is going to attack Syria, he is going to do it without the support of the American people, without the approval of Congress, without the approval of the United Nations, and without the help of the British.  Now that the British Parliament has voted against a military strike, the Obama administration is […]

‘Israel hurts itself terrorizing Iranian people’

Israel says military action against Iran is still on the table – despite the resumption of nuclear talks between Tehran and major world powers. And, the Israeli Defence Minister denies promising America that no strike would be launched while negotiatio…