Here's Why The US Just Took 'Rebranded' Al-Nusra Front Off Terror Watch-Lists

"The US State Department is hesitant to label Tahrir al-Sham a terror group, despite the group’s link to al-Qaeda, as the US government has directly funded and armed the Zenki Brigade, one of the constituents of Tahrir al-Sham, with sophisticated weaponry including the US-made antitank TOW missiles."

Judge Halts Shkreli Trial

...the prosecution planned to show jurors documents it claims are evidence of fraud committed by Shkreli, without calling witnesses to back them up...

Don't Be Fooled - The Federal Reserve Will Continue Rate Hikes Despite Crisis

"Perhaps investors should consider that they are being duped by central bank ploys, and that they are useful idiots in a game designed to keep the public under control with fraudulent markets until the Fed is ready to pull the plug. When the crash takes place, the Fed will find a way to remove itself from any blame."

How Government Helped Create The Coming Doctor Shortage

For the last five years, attempts to reform America’s health care system have focused primarily on the demand side of the market, and specifically on the market for insurance. However, one of the most critical supply side issues in health care is the supply of qualified doctors.

10 Things You Never Knew About Orwell's 1984

George Orwell’s novel 1984 was incredibly popular at the time it was published, and it remains incredibly popular to this day. Here are 10 facts you might not know about Orwell’s dark novel...

A Mainstream Dose Of Reality On Iraq

Ever since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, we have been hit with a multiplicity of bromides, myths, falsehoods, and deceptions by U.S. officials and the mainstream media.

Slowdown In China's Tier 1 Housing Market Accelerates; First Beijing Price Drop Since 2015

China's overall housing market remained resilient in June according to official NBS data on Tuesday, even as the decline in Tier 1 cities accelerated and home prices in Beijing fell for the first time in more than two years, while Shanghai declined further and Shenzhen stalled, pointing to significant cooling in China's biggest real estate markets.