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VIDEO: UN Is Sure an Uninhabitable Hell Can Be Averted by Taxation
VIDEO: UN Is Sure an Uninhabitable Hell Can Be Averted by Taxation
October 23, 2020

The UN sees a climate catastrophe on the horizon but what are they doing about it?

Pure Idiocy: UN Is Sure an Uninhabitable Hell Can Be Averted by Taxation
October 18, 2020

It almost seems like environmental issues are being used as an excuse to push for certain policies that would otherwise never see the light of day.

Pure Idiocy: UN Is Sure an Uninhabitable Hell Can Be Averted by Taxation
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Shhh! Don’t Talk About Hunter Biden
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Shhh! Don’t Talk About Hunter Biden
October 15, 2020

Hunter Biden introduced his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, to a top executive at a Ukrainian energy firm less than a year before the elder Biden pressured government officials in Ukraine into firing a prosecutor who was investigating the company, according to emails obtained by The Post.

NATO, Energy Geopolitics and Conflict in Caucasus
October 14, 2020

Pushing NATO expansion further into the Caucasus and Central Asia and the objective of replacing Russian energy to Europe with a Caspian alternative mean that the resurgence in conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh could be a prolonged proxy, low-intensity war.

NATO, Energy Geopolitics and Conflict in Caucasus
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The Pandemic and Oil
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The Pandemic and Oil
September 19, 2020

The Plague of Justinian destroyed the Roman Empire. The pandemic is not likely to do that to the United States. But it has exposed the fault lines and structural weaknesses that wealth papers over—until something like Covid-19 comes along to shake the glitter off the system.

Trump and the Gordian Knot, Year Three
September 12, 2020

The Trump Administration is saying “my way or the highway”. The Europeans are certainly big enough to set off on the highway by themselves.

Trump and the Gordian Knot, Year Three
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To Capture and Subdue: America’s Theft of Syrian Oil Has Very Little to Do With Money
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To Capture and Subdue: America’s Theft of Syrian Oil Has Very Little to Do With Money
August 30, 2020

So, next time you see headlines about Exxon being in some kind of legal dispute with, say, Venezuela, ask yourself how was it that those companies became involved with the resources of that part of the world? More often than not, the answer will be similar to how this U.S. company got involved in Syria.

California: Boom, Boom, Out Go the Lights
August 23, 2020

Twenty years ago, California experienced its Electricity Crisis. Or, given current events (which will be the subject of what follows), may be known as the First Electricity Crisis. The problem in 2000-2001 was, in the main, a problem of insufficient generation, caused by a variety of factors.

California: Boom, Boom, Out Go the Lights
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