This article analyzes the conspiracy theories and governments’ monopoly on power in the light of recently growing U.S. militaristic involvement in many countries around the world. Highlights the fact that only individuals are supposed to have monopoly on power, not the governments. The institution of government is supposed to serve individuals, not the other way around. Governments are public servants, not the masters.

This article analyzes the philosophy of freedom, in the light of authority enjoyed and exercised by the institution of government. Explores the role of media and education system in continuation of this modern form of slavery. Provides extremely logical and reasonable arguments. Explains why government is inherently suppressive. Discusses the origin and history of government. Cites very obvious examples of job creation and right to bear arms.

This article analyzes U.S. and E.U. sanctions on Russia, in the light of recent developments in Ukraine. Highlights the fact that risking a war with Russia could be an absolute disaster for world and already over stretched United States. Explains facts which show that both sides are right and wrong. Expresses the sadness over global development of viewing Russia as a symbol for resistance to American Imperialism.

This article compares the government based and free market based solutions for current environmental crisis. Explains that regulatory solutions are unnatural, sudden, expensive, hard to accommodate, and are based on trickle up economy, supported by rich and powerful lobbies in Washington. On the other hand, free market based solutions are natural, inexpensive, slow and adjustable with not cost to tax payers and no lobbying required.

This article analyzes the issues attached to international and regional trade agreements, in the light of proposed trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific trade and investment agreements, being negotiated, recently. Provides a broader and deeper historical perspective. Discusses the Economics and finances of trade. Highlights its effects on job creation, quality of products and services, creativity, innovation, standards of living and prices.

This article analyzes the current situation in Crimea, in the light of recent tragic event of shooting down of Malaysian passenger airliner. Views this evolving and rapidly growing conflict in broader international and historical perspective. Brings into focus the enormity and associated dangers in conflict. Explains why U.S. and other Western countries must stay out of this issue. Highlights all aspects of problem.

This article analyzes the recent important political developments within East Asia, in the light of Chinese president Xi Jinping’s visit to South Korea. Highlights a great diplomatic opportunity for U.S. and it’s allies. Emphasizes the critical need for increased element of smart diplomacy in war driven U.S. foreign policy. Although, not free from dangers, a good diplomatic move from United States could be a decisive step in getting rid of dangerous but fragile North Korean regime.

This article analyzes the issue of Terrorism, in the light of current developments in Iraq. Provides a broader and deeper historical perspective. Explores the hideous relationship between organized religion and violence. Brings into focus the disasters of U.S. foreign policy. Answers the question, Is more U.S. involvement a solution to these problems. Emphasizes the fact that civil wars can never be settled by foreign powers.

This article analyzes the the cause and damages attached to terrorism and War on Terror. Provides a historic perspective. Performs a cause and effect analysis, and reviews the cost effectiveness of War on Terror. Sheds light on U.S. foreign policy and aftermath of post 9/11 wars. Article has special focus on Pakistan. Explores the role of Pakistan and the cost it is paying for being a U.S. ally in War on Terror.

This article analyzes the increasing religious polarization in India, under the microscope of 2014 general elections. Provides an extensive historical perspective. Adds the context of overall South East Asian and global politics. Gets to the roots of this issue. Covers all aspects. Finds out, why religious extremism is getting stronger and stronger, in a society where people of different religions are living together for centuries, over centuries.

This article analyzes the issue of big government, its weapons of mass deception AKA corporate media, its enormous burden on economy, tax payers, and personal freedoms, Exposes the ridiculousness of social engineering. Explains the whole crooked process of selling social engineering projects to citizens. Uncovers, how these social engineering projects are directly related to corporate welfare and trickle up economy.

This article analyzes the mass media propaganda schemes and political bickering, in the light of 1918 recession. Compares the validity of official theories and alternate, so called, conspiracy theories. Highlights the power of information and knowledge. Provides the historical evidence regarding lies and deception in official versions, suppression of alternative points of view, subsequent proofs and evidence regarding the validation of alternate view and invalidity of official versions.

This article is first in a series, analyzing the current state of affairs in United States under a very broad spectrum of global background, history, facts exploration, research, politics and Economics. Finds out, if the global and historical class warfare still going on in U.S.? Do we still have a class which is trying to enslave the masses? Explores the attacks on constitution of United States of America. Highlights the facts, why elite class envies our constitution, so much?

This article analyzes the big money game by specifically focusing on 1914 panic (financial crisis). Explains the role of various parties involved and the vicious nature of that evil circle. Exposes the Mary-Go-Round between big corporations, their lobbies, campaign financing, government corruption, wars and military industrial complex. Exposes the real cost of this dirty game and the real victims (tax payers).

This article analyzes the reports that an alliance between Russia, China and Iran is in making. Discusses the argument being made by the people who want tougher sanctions or war against Iran. Evaluates the serious risks and benefits associated with an strike on Iran. Explores our options in this case. Proposes that the best policy is to stop interference in other country’s affairs. Otherwise, continued negotiations are the next best option.

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