Daily Archives: March 14, 2014

Chinese Strategy In Foreign Aid Expansion: Encirclement & Defense

Dr. Charles Wolf Jr., is the distinguished chair in international economics at the RAND Corp., and is professor of policy analysis at the Pardee RAND Corp., graduate school.  He continues as a senior research fellow at Hoover, Stanford University.  Dr. … Continue reading

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Why the Debt Ceiling Matters: Currency & Goverance Regime Matters

In national emergencies Congress can exceed tax expenditures and run deficits.  What Reagan taught was simple, the deficit itself is not the problem, but the depth, the reach and scope of government on civil society IS. This is why confiscatory … Continue reading

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The State Pension Blow Out

When Meridith Whitney, the Chief Investment Officer for Kenbelle Capital CP published “Fate of the States:  The New Geography of American Prosperity”, most folks never really questioned the contractual obligations states have; the mantra out of union leadership was that … Continue reading

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