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Will America Shrug?

Since the time The United States of America was established its independence almost 235 years ago, the way that citizens view their government has changed significantly. Initially the government was intended to serve the people; whereas, in modern times, a large majority of Americans accept the role of government as a force that we have […]


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Capitalist Rothschilds

In modern times, The Rothschild family is often referred to as archetypal capitalists who were Europe’s wealthiest family from 1820 onward and gained this position through their ability to exploit the capitalist system–this widely held view is completely false. The Rothschild family was indeed the Continent’s wealthiest family throughout the nineteenth century but they gained […]


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Views from Abroad

Having spent almost six years living in various parts of Asia and traveling to over 50 cities, I always made a deliberate effort to absorb as much of the local sentiment as possible. Sometimes this is very difficult given time constraints, language barriers, etc.; however, certain aspects of my travels were very clearly spelled out […]


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Republicrats and Pandora

The story of Pandora’s Box derives from ancient Greece and remains very relevant today but is not well understood, and too often neglected. There are various interpretations of the story behind Pandora’s Box yet the most commonly referenced aspect of the story can be summarized as follows: Pandora was the first woman on Earth. She […]


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Avoiding Enemies: U.S.-China Relations in Coming Decades

China’s Vice President Xi Jinping visited Washington in advance of his promotion to Communist Party General Secretary and Chinese President later this year.  It has been four decades since America and Beijing ended their cold war.  With bilateral tensions rising today, much is at stake in the U.S.-China relationship.  America’s paramount objective should be to […]


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