Global tensions intensify as North Korea refuses to halt its aggressive nuclear program. The threat of war is looming larger than ever.
The Ascent of Emmanuel Macron: The Face of a New French Revolution?
France sits directly in the middle of the European and global battleground when it comes to combatting terrorism, immigration, religious and racial hostilities and 21st century economic challenges. Will the new president Emmanuel Macron be the right man for the job and will he deliver his pre-election promises?
PODCAST: The Impervious Imperial Economy
Is America still an economic superpower and will she continue to be? David Galland navigates the testy waters of how the US economy is controlled and managed by a government with absolute power.
The Greatest Threat to Property and Due Process in America Today
Every year, law enforcement agencies take billions from citizens who haven’t been convicted of a crime through civil asset forfeiture. With use of the law rising, how much of a threat is it to your assets?
VIDEO: More Conflict Coming In Muslim World
Expert says Islamic societies are in a multi-generational game.
Another Time The U.S. Nearly Attacked North Korea
Former U.S. Air Force intelligence officer describes little-known crisis that flared during Vietnam War.
Central Bankers Telling Tales
With more speeches by representatives than ever before, the age of the quiet, opaque central banker is behind us... but there is more to the jawboning than simply being open to the public.
America’s Lawyers Want Your Money—Here’s What to Do
The number of practicing lawyers in the US has tripled since the 1970's. With litigation costs now at record-highs, America's lawyer glut has become perilous to ordinary citizens.