Super Tuesday: 'It's the economy, stupid'

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Group says more than 900,000 U.S. jobs have gone to China The 24 states holding primaries in next week's Super Tuesday have lost 1,568,600 manufacturing jobs in the more…

Half of gold in central banks gone?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- U.S. central banks may have less than half the gold they claim to possess in their vaults, charges a watchdog group in an ad scheduled for publication in more…

Futures markets see Romney win in Florida

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Gov. Mitt Romney campaigns in Florida ahead of Tuesday's primary The "futures market" that has picked winners in previous primaries indicates a dramatic reversal in the upcoming Florida more…

McCain aide touts 'Mexico first' policy

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Juan Hernandez, center, with President Bush and former Mexican President Vicente Fox The Hispanic outreach director for Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign is a dual American-Mexican citizen known more…

Feds accused of gold-price manipulation

by Jerome R. Corsi -- U.S. Treasury The Wall Street Journal has agreed to publish a full-page ad in which the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee charges the U.S. government surreptitiously utilizes gold reserves more…

Economist longs for creation of amero

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Canadian dollar Herbert Grubel – the Canadian economist who developed the concept of a North American currency comparable to the euro – laments that politics prevents the U.S. more…

Dow ends under 12,000 in volatile trading

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed sharply down 128.11 points yesterday, closing at 11,971.19, the first time the market has closed under 12,000 since Nov. 3, 2006. In more…