Monckton: Push 'reset' on dollar

by John Griffing -- Christopher Monckton of Brenchley – who advised Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, wrote for the Yorkshire Post, was managing editor of the Telegraph Sunday Magazine and is now a more…

Hacked data brokers spell trouble for Obamacare

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NextGov) A service that sells personal data to identity thieves has been getting its wares from hacked data brokers storing information similar to what Obamacare marketplaces plan to more…

Nearly 1/2 of jobs to be automated in next 20 years

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Slate) In the early days of artificial intelligence research, it was commonplace for the well-educated academics in the field to (mistakenly) think that being “intelligent” meant being good more…

Americans warned bank 'bail-ins' coming

by F. Michael Maloof -- WASHINGTON – With the United States facing a $17 trillion debt and an acidic debate in Washington over raising that debt limit on top of a potential government more…

Barilla pasta boss: No 'gays' in our ads

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NEW YORK POST) His company still makes fusilli and elbows, but the head of Barilla has made it clear he prefers his pasta straight. Guido Barilla sparked international more…

Obama pouring $300 million into Detroit

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON (DETROIT FREE PRESS) — Nearly $300 million in aid for Detroit — from federal and state coffers, private businesses and charitable foundations — will be announced Friday as more…

Dead bodies for renewable energy?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Oilprice) Could human corpses end up providing our next renewable energy source, or is this controversial idea dead in the water? A crematorium in the city of Durham more…