Sen Casey Mike Giglio follows up his recent excellently researched article on the grey market in antiquities from Middle Eastern conflict areas by another piece which looks at what is happening at the other end of the chain of transactions in illicit goods: 'Senate Bill Hopes To Stop Looted Syrian Artifacts From Reaching The U.S.', BuzzFeed News Aug. Show More Summary
Anthropologist Casey J. Roulette (left) in the midst of fieldwork. Edward H Hagen This summer, anthropologists at Washington State University published new research about medical-marijuana use in the Congo Basin. According to their report,...Show More Summary
In this episode of the Music Business Podcast, we talk with Casey Rae, who is the CEO of? the Future of Music Coalition, a non-profit research, education, and advocacy organization for musicians. We talk to Rae about the need for transparency amongst streaming companies and why it's important to artists....
Casey County, Kentucky Clerk Casey Davis has said that it would be a violation of his first amendment rights to force him to marry same-sex couples because of his religious objection to doing so. Speaking on the Family Research Council’s… The post Anti-Gay Kentucky Clerk: Marrying Same-Sex Couples Would Violate My Rights – LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.
Submitted by Paul Rosenberg via Casey Research, Those of us who pursue positive change are very often frustrated. We see the necessity of change all too clearly, and we can explain how it should come about, but it never seems to happen. Show More Summary
Flash and Casey are right up there with Secretariat and Barbaro. Little Dixie, Chief, and Midnight are not far behind. The Animal Health Foundation (AHF), a US charity dedicated exclusively to funding laminitis research, has set a new goal: to make sure that no horse with laminitis is ever forgotten. Show More Summary
Submitted by Marin Katusa via Casey Research, If you only paid attention to the mainstream media, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the US is going to get away from the collapse in oil prices scot free. According to popular belief,...Show More Summary
Submitted by Karin Matusa via Casey Research, Oil is not quite as powerful a weapon against modern-day Russia as one might think. By arguing that the slump in oil prices will finish off Russia just like it did the Soviet Union, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, writing in the Daily Telegraph, is forgetting how far Russia has come since those dark days. Show More Summary
Submitted by Jeff Clark via Casey Research, A glance at any gold price chart reveals the severity of the bear mauling it has endured over the last three years. More alarming, even for die-hard gold investors, is that some of the fundamental drivers that would normally push gold higher, like a weak US dollar, have reversed. Show More Summary
Submitted by David Galland of Casey Research Breakfast with a Lord of War For reasons that will become apparent as you read the following article, I was quite reluctant to write it. Yet, in the end, I decided to do so for a couple of reasons. Show More Summary
Submitted by Bud Conrad via Casey Research, Gold dropped to new lows of $1,130 per ounce last week. This is surprising because it doesn’t square with the fundamentals. China and India continue to exert strong demand on gold, and interest in bullion coins remains high. Show More Summary
Submitted by Marin Katusa via Casey Research, Back on September 11 and 12, there was a summit meeting in a city that involved an organization that most Americans have never heard of. Mainstream media coverage was all but nonexistent....Show More Summary
Submitted by Marin Katusa via Casey Research, The conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Total SA’s chief executive, Christophe de Margerie, started the second the news broke of his death. Under mysterious circumstances in Moscow, his private jet collided with a snowplow just after midnight. Show More Summary
Mobilizing Ideas recently ran a post about emerging stars of social movement research. I was thrilled to see three folks with IU connections – Matt Baggeta of IU’s top ranked policy school, Casey Oberlin of Grinnell (IU grad), Jaime Kucinskas of Hamilton (another IU grad). I’ve already discussed Casey’s work on this blog, so let […]
Submitted by Nick Giambruno via Casey Research's International Man blog, Don’t be surprised to lose if you don’t make an effort at being competitive. And if you go out of your way to make yourself less competitive, expect to lose. If that sounds like simple common sense, that’s because it is. Show More Summary
Submitted by Jeff Clark via Casey Research, I remember my first drug high. No, it wasn’t from a shady deal made with a seedy character in a bad part of town. I was in the hospital, recovering from surgery, and while I wasn’t in a lot of pain, the nurse suggested something to help me sleep better. Show More Summary
Submitted by Jeff Clark via Casey Research, “If I scare you this morning, and as a result you take action, then I will have accomplished my goal.” That’s what I told the audience at the Sprott Natural Resource Symposium in Vancouver two weeks ago. Show More Summary
Can you have most of the benefits and comforts of living in the U.S. and yet not pay federal taxes? After seeing over half of his income go to the government each month, Alex Daley of Casey Research made the big move to beautiful Puerto Rico and tells Financial Sense in a recent interview why he thinks you should move their too.
A few weeks ago, international investment guru and libertarian activist Doug Casey of Casey Research came by the Reason HQ in Washington, D.C. Look for an interview to go live in the next week or so. Casey is talking up a new documentary...Show More Summary
Submitted by Doug French via Casey Research, How important is housing to the American economy? If a 2011 SMU paper entitled "Housing's Contribution to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) quot; is right, nothing moves the economic needle like housing. Show More Summary