Ariel Sharon Passes, Leaves a Legacy of Fighting For Israeli Peace

Posted on January 13, 2014

Ariel Sharon

Ariel Sharon, Israel’s 11th prime minister, was eulogized on Monday as a fighter and pragmatic politician whose life was intertwined with the land of Israel whose security he defended relentlessly. “Like all historic leaders, all real leaders, he had a north star that guided him,” Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. said at a 90-minute […]

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U.S. Government to Buy German U-Boats for Egypt

Written by Gary North on September 11, 2012

About 80 million Egyptians are paying 40% of their income, on average, for food. Meanwhile, the new Islamist government wants to buy $1 billion worth of German-made submarines. But it has no money. Where can it get the money? Why from you and me! So, the Obama Administration is putting together an aid package. It […]

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Oil Is Down This Summer. This Is Good News and Bad News.

Written by Gary North on June 26, 2012

The sharp decline of oil prices has been very good news for consumers. Gasoline prices have fallen. This leaves more money in family budgets. This is good news. Here is the bad news as of June 25. The biggest selling pressure came from cyclicals but was broad-based. All 10 sectors in the Standard & Poor’s […]

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Virus Lets Government Monitor Your Computer’s Microphone

Written by Gary North on May 31, 2012

The sophistication of hackers continues to grow. A virus that has been around since 2007 allows the government to turn on your laptop computer’s built-in microphone and record anything spoken nearby. The question is: Which government? Because this virus is found most often on computers in Iran, the assumption is that the Israeli government designed […]

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