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The theory of evolution is a religion not based upon scientific evidence.
304 views, By "Tea Party culture war: a clash of worldviews"
Evolutionists insist evolution is proved science. On this foundation rests liberal theology, progressive politics, Keynesian economics, and permissive morals. Liberal elites and the mass media fiercely defend their worldview and their religion.
311 views, By "Tea Party Culture War: a clash of worldviews"
A nuclear deal continues to be debated as Iran and the United States push forward Monday to overcome deep differences as talks continue in Muscat, Oman, with warnings that a final agreement may prove elusive.
307 views, By "Tea Party Culture War: a clash of worldviews"
Iran has the capability to build a nuclear bomb in less than a year. If Iran remains a nuclear threshold state other Middle Eastern states will be encouraged to seek nuclear weapons.
370 views, By "Tea Party Culture War: a clash of worldviews"
Atlantic Magazine reported Obama officials stated Netanyahu is a “chicken”, it is too late for Israel to stop Iran’s nuclear program, and “Bibi” is bluffing. Such statements are an invitation for Iran to drive a hard bargain.
314 views, By "Tea Party Culture War: a clash of worldviews"
The Obama administration is reportedly making feverish attempts to strike what some critics consider a disastrous nuclear agreement with Iran without Congressional ratification.
350 views, By "Tea Party culture war: a clash of worldviews"
Citibank’s commodity expert, Edward Morse, looking at IEA data, believes the flattening of world consumption and rising oil production could mean WTI oil could drop to $75 per barrel.
289 views, By "Tea Party culture war" by Stephen Johnston
The U.S. wants Iran to have no more than 1,500 uranium centrifuges, but Iran demands at least 9,400. The U.S. is softening present demands and Iran would be allowed to keep nearly half of its centrifuges intact but disconnected.
409 views, By "Tea Party culture war: a clash of worldveiws"
Many believe civilization-destroying nuclear world war is inevitable. Few disagree that a thermonuclear world war would create a Dark Age and destroy as much as one half of the world’s population. Man has never made a weapon he did not use in war.
375 views, By "Tea Party culturewar"
Satellite photos show North Korea may be preparing for test of Iran nuclear device. Israel and Saudi Arabia prepare for attack of Iran nuclear facilities.
479 views, By "Tea Party Culture War"
Toynbee declared, “Civilizations die from suicide, not by murder.” Santayana warned, “Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it”. Signs of a dying nation are declining population and invasions not resisted.
878 views, By "Tea Party culture war: a clash of worldviews"
In one year Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS has become the most powerful jihadi leader in the world. After his forces captured Mosul, he has emerged as a figure who is shaping the future of Iraq, Syria and the wider Middle East.
574 views, By "Tea Party culture war"
US oil demand had declined 2 million bpd since 2007, and production has risen by 3 million bpd. The US still imports approximately 10 million of the 18.89 million barrels a day it consumes. US buys imported oil and competes against China and India.
285 views, By "Tea Party culture war; a clash of worldviews"
The seizure of Mosul in Iraq by the Sunni ISIS Islamists has stopped efforts to fix Iraq’s main pipeline for crude exports from Kirkuk to the Mediterranean port of Ceyhan. This leaves Iraq with a single outlet, by tanker via the Persian Gulf.
393 views, By ez fine finance
Revenue from traffic fines could help children beat obesity says EZ Fine Finance
529 views, By "Tea Party Culture War: a clash of wordviews"
In November, six world powers, reached an interim deal in regards to Iran’s nuclear program. They agreed to reach a long term deal by July 20. Interim deal did little to slow down Iran’s nuclear program, and a permanent plan unlikely by July.
458 views, By "Tea Party Culture War; a clash of worldviews"
Energy XXI is currently near $21 per share, with earnings of $1.33. and a P/E of 15.90. With 2015 projected earnings of $2 per share, most analysts have a price target of $30. This would result in a 43% appreciation in the stock price.
511 views, By Tea Party Culture
In April the Fed announced a fourth $10 billion reduction to its Quantitative Easing (QE) program, reducing its monthly bond purchases to $45 billion and keeping pace to end the program by December.
448 views, By "Tea Party Culture War: a clash of worldviews"
U.S. GDP expanded in the first quarter of 2014 by only 0.1 percent. Yellen said it was “because of cold weather.” Critic Michael Pento predicted QEs 1,2, and 3 would not work, and the Fed will go to QE 4 and 5.
458 views, By "Tea Party Culture War" by Dr. Stephen Johnston
Energy XXI Bermuda Ltd. (EXXI) is a fairly unknown independent oil company which has been acquiring mature oil fields and other independents in the Gulf of Mexico. It has been using 3D seismic, horizontal drilling and economies of scale to grow.
484 views, By "Tea Party culture war: a clash of worldveiws"
Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin enunciated what came to be known as the Begin doctrine: “On no account shall we permit an enemy to develop weapons of mass destruction against the people of Israel.”
552 views, By "Tea Party culture war: a clash of worldveiws"
Iran and six world powers continue talks in Vienna with regard to Iran’s nuclear program April 8-9. On the eve of nuclear talks, sources in Moscow and Tehran report Russia and Iran plan to barter 500,000 barrels of Iranian oil per day.
442 views, By "Tea Party Culture War: a clash of worldveiws"
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen speaking at a conference in Chicago, highlighted “considerable slack” in the economy and labor market. She said the Fed is committed to keeping interest rates low for a long time.
708 views, By "Tea Party Culture War"
Gold and equities market sold off slightly after Fed Chair Janet Yellen stated asset purchases would decline by $10 billion a month in April and the FMOC would probably begin a slow increase in interest rates in May, 2015.
243 views, By "Tea Party Culture War", Dr. Stephen Johnston
Russian military forces are massing near Ukraine’s eastern boarders, increasing fears Moscow is planning a larger military incursion into the Former soviet republic.
505 views, By "Tea Party Culture War" by Dr. Stephen Johnston
Putin says he was forced to use the Russian military to protect ethnic Russians in Crimea at risk from the new government in Kiev. He backs the Crimean recently appointed administration, which plans to hold a March 16 referendum to separate.
327 views, By "Tea Party Culture War" by Dr. Stephen Johnston
Stocks climb, propelling S & P 500 to a record close, after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the central bank would continue tapering its asset purchases while tracking data to figure how much recent softness in the economy is due to weather.
504 views, By "Tea Party Culture War" Dr. Stephen Johnston
Federal Reserve was created December 23, 1913, and just celebrated its 100th anniversary. The Fed balance sheet just crossed $4 trillion, and total US debt soared to over $17 trillion in December 2013. Fed will taper asset purchases from $85 Billion.
538 views, By "Tea Party Culture War: a clash of worldveiws"
Fed monetary policy shifts from bond purchases to forward guidance. U.S. stocks surged on Wednesday, with the Dow making a triple-digit climb, after the Federal Reserve said it was beginning curtailing its monetary stimulus.
422 views, By "Tea Party Culture War", by Dr. Stephen Johnston
Unemployment rate declined to 7.0 percent in November, and nonfarm payroll employment rose by 203,000, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported December 6. The majority of economists believe Fed taper of assets purchases will be in March, 2014.

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