by Mike Rogers, Lew Rockwell.com
I read the "scoop" in Newsweek concerning "discovering" Satoshi Nakamoto the inventor of Bitcoin living in California. I smiled.
When I read that this same man denied being the inventor of Bitcoin, I smirked.
When I read Newsweek's rebuttal concerning the denial by this Mr. Nakamoto, I chuckled.
Written by Frank Li
Russia has been at the center of attention for the past few weeks: first the Olympics (The 2014 Sochi Olympics) and then Ukraine (read: Ukraine, Russia, and the U.S. and A Pseudo Conversation between John Kerry and Ukraine Leaders). So there is no better time than now to better understand Russia, especially for America.
by Charles Hugh Smith, Of Two Minds
Instability starts on the periphery and moves into the core.
While it is clear that the instability in periphery nations is arising from dynamics unique to each nation, there is one unifying causal factor: the spoils system in each nation is breaking down.
March 11th, 2014
in Op Ed
by Lee Adler, Wall Street Examiner
Last week the media got all bulled up over the Fed's new data on household wealth showing that it hit a record in the fourth quarter of 2013. As usual with Wall Street's chattering media class, this wasn't quite the whole story, at least not the "real" story. The real story is deeply ominous.
March 10th, 2014
in Op Ed
by Ellen Brown, Web of Debt
The comment below to my eminent domain article merited a detailed response, so I sent it to Professor Robert Hockett, the Cornell University law professor who was the principal author of the Richmond plan. His answer was so useful that I thought I would submit it as a separate post, also below. Thanks Bob and Marc!