If The Majority Votes To Secede - What About The Minority?

Is it right or moral to support a secession movement that, in the short- and medium- terms is almost guaranteed to adopt policies that are counter to the cause of freedom and free markets? ... the answer is the same whether we're talking about secession in Scotland, in California, or in Catalonia: the answer is yes.

The Petrodollar Is Under Attack: Here's What You Need To Know

"The evidence continues to show that the USDollar is slowly being eroded... and that as these adversarial countries make these developments in unison, there appears to be little the US can do without risking an all-out world war..."

Taiwan Cuts Off Fossil Fuels To North Korea

Taiwan will no longer offer its fossil fuels to North Korea, the island announced on Tuesday in a bid to emerge as a responsible member of the international community.

Facebook Will Release 3000 Russia-Linked Election Ads To Congress

After Democratic lawmakers exploded with outrage following Facebook's revelation that it sold some $100,000 worth of political advertising to a Russia-linked organization during the presidential campaign, the social media behemoth has agreed to release some of the 3,000 suspect advertisements that appeared on its platform with Congressional investigators.

World's Richest Woman Dies Age 94

Alice Walton, of Wal-Mart family infamy, is now the richest woman in the world, as The FT reports Liliane Bettencourt, the heiress of cosmetics giant L’Oreal and world’s richest woman, has died at the age of 94.

Five Bitcoin Crashes (And What You Can Learn From Them)

"With Bitcoin price reaching a new high of $5,000 recently, and then dumping back down to nearly $3,000, it’s been a wild ride this month... Since Bitcoin began, there have been some major crashes, but there have also been some good lessons to learn."

Bay Area Sues Big Oil For Billions

The cities of San Francisco and Oakland have filed lawsuits against Chevron, Exxon, ConocoPhillips, BP, and Shell for the effect of their activities on climate change: higher sea levels. The cities seek billions in damages to counteract the effects of the changing climate.

Trump Launches New Sanctions On North Korea Through Executive Order

As Gen. McMaster previewed earlier in the day, moments ago President Trump announced a new executive action that "significantly expands" US authority to target individuals, companies and financial institutions that finance or facilitate trade with North Korea.