US and global stock market seem to rally during natural, national and international disasters. Tornadoes, floods, terrorist attacks, the greater the loss of life, seemingly the stronger the rally. The stock market rise following a terrorist attack on Turkey’s largest airport was no exception. The US S&P Spider ETN was up by 1.7% the morning […]
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Media, American leaders remain silent. Saudi Arabia made a policy decision in 2014: Flood the world with cheap oil in order to undermine U.S. oil producers. A terrorist attack would not have inflicted as much damage on the American oil sector over the past year. U.S. companies are going bankrupt, jobs are forever lost, and […]
During the February storms that paralyzed the East Coast, killed 20 and denied power to over 700,000, the U.S. stock market was on steroids. Misery apparently brings glee on Wall Street. The president has raised over $40 million dollars from high income donors during this four-year celebration. Is there a “special relationship” between the stock market surge and President Obama’s fundraising objectives?
Paul Krugman hits a nerve with his December 26 NYT op-ed, “The Fear Economy.” On December 27, the S&P, DOW & NASDAQ reached new highs, performing in 2013 like Internet stocks from the late 1990s. The Fed brags that Americans have over 77 trillion in assets, yet wages are stagnant.
Israel’s Greatest Era: The Human Element in U.S.-Israel Relations From David Ben-Gurion, Shimon Peres, Golda Meir and Yitzhak Rabin to Menachem Begin, Yitzhak Shamir and General Ariel Sharon. Candid interviews with Israeli giants and key players on the U.S.-Israeli relationship — dramatized by over 70 historic photographs of Israeli and U.S. leaders in “Kodak” moments. […]
The Supreme court rules unanimously on cellphone privacy rights. Warrantless cellphone searches are not permitted under the fourth amendment (in most cases). Via the Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jun/05/what-snowden-revealed-changed-nsa-reform Via Reuters: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/26/usa-court-mobilephone-idUSL2N0P60TR20140626 By Lawrence Hurley (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that police officers usually need a warrant before they can search the cellphone of […]