Military Police Manual on Interment Camps

Written by Gary North on May 14, 2012

The U.S. Army has issued a manual to its military police. It is aimed at operations in the Middle East, Afghanistan, and other areas where Muslims resist occupation by U.S. forces. The interesting fact is that these techniques are universal. They can be applied anywhere. Examples: 8-1. Issues of apprehension, incarceration, recidivism, and programs to […]

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Why Sanctions on Iran Are Also Sanctions on You

Written by Gary North on April 12, 2012

American voters who approve of President Obama’s sanctions on Iran should also approve of gasoline prices that are 25 cents per gallon higher than they would have been apart from the sanctions. Economic sanctions are restrictions on trade. Restrictions on trade raise prices. There can be no economic sanctions imposed by the federal government that […]

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War in Iran: A Recession Will Follow

Written by Gary North on January 12, 2012

Saudi Arabia has not increased its oil production, despite rising prices. This indicates that Saudi Arabia is already at its limit of production.  Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia is nearing its comfortable operational production limits and may struggle to do much to make up for shortages that arise from new sanctions imposed on Iran by […]

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