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Tag Archives: Arab Spring
By Maisha Todd The Arab Spring of 2010 was well known for its uprisings in countries like Egypt and Syria, which started out promising but did not end that way. On the other hand, the tiny country of Tunisia, which … Continue reading
Protesters in Yemen – Huffington Post Tragically on the Tuesday September 11th, the 11th anniversary of 9/11, an attack on the US Embassy in Libya, killed well-respected U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three members of his staff. Apparently the … Continue reading
I find Ellen Brown’s argument to be specious at best. According to her “Web of Debt” website , there simply isn’t enough gold in the world in order to back-up the currency in circulation. She asserts that there is “hundreds … Continue reading