Top economist: Americans have 'contempt for liberty'

by Greg Corombos -- [caption id="attachment_2017885" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Famed economist and professor Walter Williams[/caption] Famed economist and columnist Walter Williams says America has embraced the government thievery of personal property to benefit others, and he says more…

How did $17 million disappear from Clinton Foundation?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- [caption id="attachment_2013095" align="aligncenter" width="596"] Hillary Clinton[/caption] NEW YORK – Before Hillary Clinton completed her first year as President Obama's secretary of state, Wall Street analyst and investor Charles more…

Clinton-tied Moroccan firm gets $92M from taxpayers

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Washington Free Beacon) A controversial state-owned Moroccan mining firm that has poured money into Hillary Clinton's foundation has received more than $92 million in U.S. taxpayer support, public more…

Epic tale of the 'original Indiana Jones'

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- [caption id="attachment_2007935" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Harrison Ford as "Indiana Jones"[/caption] Editor's Note: Alternating between the broiling landscape of Saudi Arabia and the splendor of the gorgeous campus at Stanford more…

Trade agreement could limit access to medicines

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Chemistry World) A leaked draft of a trade agreement under negotiation among 12 Pacific rim countries, including the US and Japan, contains language that could delay the entrance more…

IRS drops forfeiture case after intense pressure

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Information Liberation) Two months ago, U.S. Attorney Steve West told Lyndon McLellan that any attempt to garner publicity about his civil forfeiture case "doesn't help. It just ratchets more…

Greece will default on June 5 without deal

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (ZeroHedge) Another week came and went with no breakthrough in negotiations between Greece and its creditors. The IMF is now fed up and has reportedly refused to be more…

All Internet addresses will be gone by summer

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (USA Today) Engineers who created 4.3 billion Internet Protocol addresses back in 1981 probably thought that by the time we ran through all those, we'd be puttering around more…