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Alternative to Assad? Terrorists

Alternative to Assad? Terrorists

Mark my words, the alternatives to Assad are the Terrorists.

This is the conundrum of the quest for low priced consumer goods in the United States. We want cheap goods, without realizing the effect that it has on wages and jobs in the US economy.

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Hasan A. Yahya, Ph.D Well, the answer is easy, it is sharp,  yes! Here is why? The relationship between the United States of America (USA) and the United Nations (UN) is like the relationships between rich and poor.  The USA share of the UN budget was 25% until the year 2001, where the United State […]

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has made an announcement that the period of post-completion Optional Practical Training (OPT) will be extended for eligible F-1 status students. The Optical Practical Training period has been extended from 12 months to a maximum of 29 months. The extension is made available to those F-1 students who […]

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For those not familiar with the term, “Short Selling “; it means betting against the future success of a company. To sell short you would borrow and sell shares of a company, you believe is doomed, at the present value with the hope that you will buy and return these shares in the future when […]

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By G. Hugh Bodell I spent the better part of my professional life understanding and improving on operational processes in the financial services industry.  When a process appeared too complex or confusing close up, we had a standard phrase, “Step back and look down on it as if you were 10,000 feet above it.” The […]

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Is it a fact that US forces are on defeat in Afghanistan? How some one can declare its defeat in a battle field? It is not tactically safe to talk publicly about weaknesses in the war. But the question is that why American military and political leadership is telling the story of their weak position […]

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US’ constant quest for the control of world’s energy, serves as the main motive behind its arms deals with several Middle Eastern countries. US economic interests can be summarized as to a steadfast quest for the exploitation and control of the world’s oil and energy supplies. This is the reason it invaded Iraq under the […]

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World economies are facing serious threats from climate changes and rising sea levels. There is only one single solution; world leaders must develop realistic strategies to completely change and transform existing global energy supply systems. World economies including the US are facing global problems of unprecedented magnitude and complexity. A profusion of serious economical, ecological, […]

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  The same old question continues to haunt Obama as was before him when he assumed office in January? should he continue the course charted by his predecessor, which has caused great damage to his country and drawing it further into the sinkhole; or deliver on the promise of hope and change he made not […]

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