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Inside The Freemasons’ Oldest Grand Lodge – source – Business Insider...

Freemasonry is a fraternal order that was born out of the medieval stonemasons' guilds. What's spoken about in its meetings is shrouded in mystery...

The Real Reason We Should Break With The Saudis – Ron...

Sudden concern in Washington over Saudi behavior is puzzling. But the disappearance of a Washington Post writer and the suspicion that the Saudi government...

Trump’s Trade War Threatens Walmart’s Low Prices – Andrew Moran (10/12/2018)

In 1962, businessman Sam Walton had an entrepreneurial objective in mind: Offer shoppers the lowest prices possible. From forcing US suppliers to slash costs...

As Demands for US Probe Into Alleged Murder of Khashoggi Grow,...

Nine days after journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, President Trump has expressed only vague concern over reports that he...

How Target Is Challenging Amazon – source – CNBC (10/11/2018)

As it redesigns its stores, Target is getting back to offering fashion-forward merchandise at decent prices. If it can keep that momentum going, it...

‘Imminent Russian Threat’? Ukraine And NATO Launch Joint Military Exercises –...

"Clear Sky 2018" was launched yesterday in Ukraine, bringing in hundreds of NATO troops along with US fighter and transport planes. The large show...

Trump says the Federal Reserve has gone crazy – source –...

Money Map Press chief strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald, Fox Business correspondent Kristina Partsinevelos and Capital Wave forecast editor Shah Gilani discuss President Trump’s criticism of...

The Global Distortions of Doom Part 1: Hyper-Indebted Zombie Corporations –...

The defaults and currency crises in the periphery will then move into the core. It's funny how unintended consequences so rarely turn out to be good. The intended...