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Dealing with North Korean Crisis

North Korea has launched another long-range missile that may have the range to hit parts of the United States. This development has once again raised alarm bells in the U.S. government and American media. However, since the 1990s, the American […]

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Beware Of Greeks Bearing Bonds

If ever one were to doubt that today’s global bond markets are excessively frothy, one need look no further than Greece to allay those doubts. Not only have yields on Greek 10-year government bonds dropped to as low as five […]

The ‘Big Oil’ Lie

The ‘Big Oil’ Lie

Over the past several years this false narrative that business is inherently evil has steadily crept into the social conscious. It has become commonplace, even laudable among some camps, to criticize corporate America as the antithesis of the working class. […]

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Making Venture Capital Work in Cleantech

Venture capital firms generally focus more on greenbacks than green energy. After a brief spurt of interest about six years ago, many major firms have been avoiding further investments in clean energy and green technology. Cleantech investment fell 28 percent […]