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The Hidden-in-Plain-Sight Mechanism of the Super-Wealthy: Money-Laundering 2.0

We all know the rich are getting richer, and the super-rich are getting super-richer. This reality is illustrated in the chart of income gains, the vast majority of which have flowed to the top .01%–not the top 1%, or the top … Continue reading

The Hidden-in-Plain-Sight Mechanism of the Super-Wealthy: Money-Laundering 2.0 was originally published on Washington's Blog

Why are Trump’s troops training ISIS terrorists?

Eric Zuesse, originally posted at strategic-culture.org When Donald Trump ran for the U.S. Presidency, his biggest foreign-affairs promise (which he copied from Ted Cruz) was to defeat “radical Islamic terrorism”; but, on December 27th, the Russian Government publicly accused Trump’s … Continue reading

Why are Trump’s troops training ISIS terrorists? was originally published on Washington's Blog

Who Are the Leading State Sponsors of Terrorism?

By former CIA officer Philip Giraldi. Originally published by the Strategic Culture Foundation. As 2017 draws to a close, it is difficult to be optimistic about what will be coming in the new year. The American President, whose margin of victory … Continue reading

Who Are the Leading State Sponsors of Terrorism? was originally published on Washington's Blog

Is Iran the “World’s Leading Sponsor of Terrorism?”

MEMORANDUM FOR: The President FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity SUBJECT: Is Iran the “World’s Leading Sponsor of Terrorism?” EXECUTIVE SUMMARY/BACKGROUND  We are concerned by recent strident and stark public statements from key members of your Administration that paint Iran … Continue reading

Is Iran the “World’s Leading Sponsor of Terrorism?” was originally published on Washington's Blog

Apocalypse Now: 2017 Was Another Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year

By constitutional and civil rights lawyer John Whitehead, the Rutherford Institute.   “Everyday the future looks a little bit darker.” ― Alan Moore, Watchmen Nothing has changed. Just our luck that 2017 gave us more of the same bad news … Continue reading

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Powers that Be Try to Take Down Washington’s Blog

The powers-that-be took down the site yesterday with a massive hacking attack. We must be doing something right …  As they say, “If you’re not taking flak, you’re not over the target”. Please donate (Bitcoin or Paypal donation buttons are … Continue reading

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Is One Reason Why the Status Quo Disdains Bitcoin Is the “Wrong People Are Getting Rich”?

The psychology of money, wealth and speculative manias is endlessly fascinating. Most of what’s written on these subjects focus on the process of building wealth as if it were a quasi-science rather than a psychologically driven process. Only speculative manias attract … Continue reading

Is One Reason Why the Status Quo Disdains Bitcoin Is the “Wrong People Are Getting Rich”? was originally published on Washington's Blog

How It Could Finally Be Possible to Prosecute War as a Crime

War is a crime. The International Criminal Court has just announced that it will finally treat it as a crime, sort-of, kind-of. But how can war’s status as a crime effectively deter the world’s leading war-maker from threatening and launching … Continue reading

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“Wealth Effect” = Widening Wealth Inequality

One of the core goals of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies of the past 9 years is to generate the “wealth effect”: by pushing the valuations of stocks and bonds higher, American households will feel wealthier, and hence be more willing … Continue reading

“Wealth Effect” = Widening Wealth Inequality was originally published on Washington's Blog

Christmas 2017: Why I’m Hopeful

Readers often ask me to post something hopeful, and I understand why: doom-and-gloom gets tiresome. Human beings need hope just as they need oxygen, and the destruction of the Status Quo via over-reach and internal contradictions doesn’t leave much to be … Continue reading

Christmas 2017: Why I’m Hopeful was originally published on Washington's Blog


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