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Rhyming Jewish History
February 26, 2015 - News From Around the World
We've looked at how the world at large refuses to associate terrorism with Islam. Even though the vast majority of contemporary terrorism is conducted by Muslims and in the name of Islam, people will offer non-faith pretexts for these acts. It is even sometimes asserted that fundamentalist Christians are just as likely (if not more so) to enact violence.
Merry Christmas Greetings from Iraq
December 26, 2013 - News From Around the World
''True peace is not a balancing of opposing forces. It’s not a lovely facade which conceals conflicts and divisions. Peace calls for daily commitment.'' ~ Pope Francis Christmas Day Message, 2013
Tensions Boil as Israeli Oil Riches Grow
June 25, 2012 - News From Around the World
Israel’s once hidden oil riches are now certain to be so large its treasures could make it the richest oil country in the world.  And, its neighbors are not only noticing, they’re boiling mad.
Left Behind
April 09, 2012 - News From Around the World
There’s a shift emerging in the worldwide race for the ''what’s left portion'' of the world’s energy supply.  Can America find the political will to harness its technology and vast energy reserves to get it growing again?
Hook in the Jaw
March 05, 2012 - News From Around the World
''Now the word of the Lord came to me, saying, “Son of man, set your face against Gog, of the land of Magog, the prince of Rosh, Meshech, and Tubal, and prophesy against him, and say, ‘Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, O Gog, the prince of Rosh, Meshech, and Tubal.  I will turn you around, put hooks into your jaws, and lead you out, with all your army, horses, and horsemen, all splendidly clothed, a great company with bucklers and shields, all of them handling swords.''  Ezekiel 38:1-4
After Fukushima
September 20, 2011 - News From Around the World
It often takes many years for an event to qualify as a historical moment, but six months after the Fukushima nuclear accident its aftershocks still rumble across the globe.
Europe’s Hotel California Dilemma
September 13, 2011 - News From Around the World
The grand European Union experiment may be coming to an end; at least in its present form. 
Waking up in Fright
August 26, 2011 - News From Around the World
Having spent the last week away from the news media I sat myself down with my third cup of coffee and scoured the headlines to catch up with the world.  
Too Big to Fail
The Banks Versus the People
June 14, 2011 - News From Around the World
Debt has thrown the world’s financial system into chaos dividing its order into two neatly arranged communities; the creditors versus the debtors.   At stake is who will eventually prevail and control the future of the world’s financial system and its wealth.
We’ve Come A Long Way
February 17, 2011 - News From Around the World
When dealing with the former Soviet Union the United States’ strategy was containment.  History has taught us that a policy of containment is a failed idea and it can tell us a lot about where the world is headed today.
Food Fights
January 18, 2011 - News From Around the World
A big story is developing that a significant rise in global food prices is now underway.   But, the world doesn’t seem to notice its real cause.
What a Good Keynesian Wants You to Believe.
November 29, 2010 - News From Around the World
If you’re wondering why our world economy is crumbling around us, you won’t believe what our great economic leaders want you to believe.
Luck of the Irish
November 22, 2010 - News From Around the World
Ireland is small country with a big debt problem.  Today, it reluctantly asked for help from the European Union to keep it from economic collapse and at the same time announced the dissolution of its Parliament.
Ready to Fight?
November 15, 2010 - News From Around the World
The first Fed bailout of America was largely aimed at shoring up the balance sheets of banks.  The second and latest round is purely about printing “thin-air” money and shoving it into the economy.
Iran, Venezuela and Company
November 05, 2010 - News From Around the World
I was genuinely surprised to learn that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has visited Iran eight times. Chavez’s last visit occurred recently in October 2010. During this two day visit he and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad referred to themselves as brothers saying no one could stop them strengthening their ties.
A Warm Jacket
November 03, 2010 - News From Around the World
China’s economy has been soaring.  But, it is facing a headwind of its own which threatens to change the fundamentals of their society.  Evidence of this is contained in its newly published five-year plan.
Germany Won't Waste A Good Euro Crisis
April 05, 2010 - News From Around the World
German Chancellor Angela Merkel finally said it out loud for the whole world to hear.  Germany is going to re-order the Eurozone into its own federalist vision of economic and political where-with-all.  She apparently means it.
Another Falklands showdown only this time Thatcher and Reagan are not around
March 03, 2010 - News From Around the World
UNITED NATIONS — It’s diplomatic déjà vu all over again. The long forgotten Falkland Islands, deep in the South Atlantic, have again regained the spotlight as Argentina presses its political case at the United Nations reviving its perennial political dispute with Britain. Argentina’s Foreign Minister Jorge Taiana met with Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to press for UN political involvement in the case. The Minister later told correspondents that the islands, which it calls Las Malvinas, are an integral part of Argentine territory. Tensions rose recently when British companies started drilling for oil in the nearby waters.
China Suggests Switch From Dollar
March 24, 2009 - News From Around the World
China has long been uneasy about relying on the dollar for trade and to store its reserves and recently expressed concerns that Washington's efforts to rescue the US economy could erode the value of the currency.
Russia's Medvedev Backs Long-Term
April 01, 2009 - News From Around the World
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev called for a widening of the reserve currency basket and repeated Russia's interest in a new global reserve currency, during an interview aired by the BBC on Sunday
Russia's Medvedev Backs Long-Term "Super Currency"
March 29, 2009 - News From Around the World
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev called for a widening of the reserve currency basket and repeated Russia's interest in a new global reserve currency, during an interview aired by the BBC on Sunday.
Turks Choose Water Cannon for Water Crisis Forum
March 18, 2009 - News From Around the World
Turkish police providing security for a water crisis forum in Istanbul say the cheapest way to keep protesters at bay is to use water cannons.
Muslims Beat TV Minister
March 16, 2009 - News From Around the World
A Christian minister who has had heated arguments with Muslims on his TV Gospel show has been brutally attacked by three men who ripped off his cross and warned: ‘If you go back to the studio, we’ll break your legs.’
Race Riots In Australia
December 13, 2005 - News From Around the World
Close to five thousand white youths clashed with police chanting racial slurs, damaging cars and attacking people of Middle Eatsern descent in Sydney.
Making War on Jesus
March 11, 2004 - News From Around the World
Being a Christian in America means being subjected to various, subtle forms of persecution, coming mostly in the form of not being allowed to pray on public property, or being ridiculed for one's faith. And persecution, American-style is no respecter of persons. George Bush was widely lambasted by the media for his public profession of Christ during Election 2000.
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