WASHINGTON, November 25, 2014 – Not much to report today, as market participation continues to dwindle due to the upcoming national holiday. After nominally hitting new highs Monday, both the DJI and the S&P 500 are limping along in mostly negative territory Tuesday as the NASDAQ powers weakly higher. The Ferguson jury delivered its widely expected ...
The response of people in Ferguson, many of them outside agitators, to the lawful deliberations of the grand jury may be the biggest tragedy of all.
Now with the grand jury decision over, the real test of what the citizens, the police and local officials are prepared to do to calm the potential unrest
WASHINGTON, November 24, 2014 – Pretty much everyone including the Maven expects thin, rudderless trading in stocks this weekend, compounded by the low-level overhang of headline risk with some nasty potential. The executive amnesty flap initiated by Emperor Barack I is still stewing about in the lame-duck Congress, the incoming Congress and in the majority ...
WASHINGTON, November 21, 2014 – Emperor Barack I laid down his Open Borders Edict last night in a speech that seems to have been televised only on abjectly subservient New York City TV channels and a few other local channels elsewhere. All 4 networks had declined to broadcast His Imperial Highness live. Not that the ...
WASHINGTON, November 18, 2014 – Markets inexplicably continue to melt up today on low volume after melting down Monday. Stocks don’t really have a reason to go up any more. But they don’t really have a reason to go down either. Mostly, we suspect, markets are waiting to see if the per barrel price of ...
The nation has to wonder whether or not the Ferguson ticking time bomb will explode with a new round of explosive violence or if calmer heads will prevail.
There are simple steps to help avoid another Ferguson tragedy.
Cotto & Company; a radio program featuring independent voices that shape our society: This week Civil Rights with Allan Brownfeld & Dr. Paul Gottfried
For 1960s radicals, it’s deja vu all over again. Protests, riots, burning and looting. The good old days of their radical past are back again.
KANDAHAR, August 24, 2014—So Ferguson is calm…ing. The improved situation is thanks, in part at least, to the National Guard, which, by most accounts, performed admirably. Gov. Jay Nixon sent Missouri Guardsmen to carry out a “specific, limited mission of protecting the Unified Command Center so that law enforcement officers could focus on the important ...
Agitating for chaos in Ferguson.
Critical Conversations about Rick Perry Indictment, Ferguson & the Cops, ISIS threats on Blog Talk Radio
Critical Conversations brings CDN Expert writers and guests together to talk about the Rick Perry indictment, the ongoing question of militarized police and the threat of Isis in America.
To reduce violence, address real problems: Ban “representing.”
The usual racial demagogues such as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton wasted no time making their way to Missouri to fan the flames
The root of the violence that is burning Ferguson to the ground seems to rest with a group that calls themselves The New Black Panthers.
I am not going to let the criminals who have come from far away or from this community define this neighborhood.
The family of Michael Brown held a press conference this morning. Appearing was forensic pathologist Dr. Baden
"Any mention of black America's responsibility for committing the crimes, big and small, that lead so many people to prison is barely mumbled, if mentioned at all." - Juan Williams
As a result of the looting and violence in Ferguson, police enforced a midnight to 5:00am curfew last night. Police fired smoke, early Sunday morning in an effort to disperse several dozen protesters.