What is bad for her enemies is good for America. Oil is a zero-sum game. Bankrupting Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Iran is worth some short-term American pain.
According to the media, the coronavirus and the Saudi-Russia oil price wars will lead American businesses off the cliff. Probably tomorrow. Are we doomed?
With conflicts in Yemen and Iran, Congress wants to pull back on the ruling by Executive Order. However, Congress gave Obama the power, now Trump is using it.
Jeff Bezos is blaming Trump, David Pecker, the Saudi's and the Enquirer for his sex scandal when he only has himself to blame.
WASHINGTON: Why should we all follow the murder of Jamal Khashoggi carefully? Because we need to uphold our American values. Although this case is similar to so many others when an anti-government is disappeared or killed by the authorities, the case of Khashoggi is significant and should matter to all of us. (The Khashoggi killing had roots in a ...
Jamal Khashoggi's murder in Istanbul pales in comparison to Turkish President Erdogan's own crimes or American complicity in the destruction of Yemen.
WASHINGTON: Eid al-Adha, also called the “Festival of Sacrifice”, is the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated by the Muslim nation each year. The other holiday being Eid al-Fitr. Eid al-Adha is the holier of the two holiday and will be celebrated today, from sundown to sundown, tomorrow August 21. The world-wide celebrations equate to more than $400 ...
Justin Trudeau confronts Saudi Arabia human rights violations, inviting Saudi Arabia to respect human rights, over a tweet. The reaction is mixed.
WASHINGTON: There is some question over Tony Blair and the future of Saudi Arabia. The 1941 Anglo-Soviet invasion of Persia was the invasion of the Imperial State of Iran during the Second World War by Soviet, British and other Commonwealth armed forces. Growing up with a very traditional grandfather who fought against the Anglo-Soviet invasion of ...
No one knows the end-game regarding either the current Saudi turmoil in the Middle East or the Bad Actor Sweepstakes in East Asia.
As the saying goes you can catch more bees with honey than vinegar. Is Trump using this analogy to define his foreign policies?
Conservatives in Washington have been as critical of Trump's total embrace of Saudi Arabia as some liberals have been.
Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange is celebrating the latest OPEC deal, positioning qualified foreign investors for success.
CommDigiNews legal expert Paul Samakow was interviewed by the hill on JASTA. Understand the issue and see the video here
President Obama's veto of the aptly named “Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act,” which allows Americans to sue state sponsors of terror, was overwhelmingly overridden by a 97-1 Senate vote.
Saudis, OPEC supposedly agree to November oil production cut. Iran, as always, will be the wild card. Janet Yellen tries—feebly—to counter criticism from Donald Trump.
Russia-Saudi oil deal termed non-event. Pundits badmouth Apple in advance of product announcements. Metals catch a bit. Stocks, bonds remain confused.
Saudis to “discuss” current oil situation in OPEC meeting. Statement gooses sagging crude prices as well as stock market averages. But when have these rumors ever been true?
WASHINGTON, June 2, 2016 – June is bustin’ out all over on Wall Street. The problem is, stock and bond traders and investors don’t seem to know which way it’s bustin’. The usual suspects—Saudi oil extortionists, an intrusive federal government, and big-mouth CEOs guarding their turf—are making investors nervous with their latest round of blustering ...
"A Hologram for the King" and "Wadjda" are both filled with warmth, innocence and joy; when's the last time you associated those words with Saudi Arabia?