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Henry Kissinger Calls for New World Order

Henry Kissinger, Washington's doyen of the national security elite, is calling for America to collaborate in establishing a new world order. We invite our readers to read his Wall Street Journal think piece and ask whether the United States has common cause with actors such as Russia and China. Show More Summary

American League teams win more interleague games

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American League teams have won the majority of interleague games for 10 consecutive years; this year will likely be the 11th. Graphic from the Wall Street Journal, where there is speculation about the reasons for this trend.

On the Market: Restored Piece of Hollywood's Golden Age Wants $3.295M

An English country-style home in L.A. built in 1927 by Oscar-winning silent film actor and director Charles Dorian has had its price chopped from $3.75M to $3.295M, reports the Wall Street Journal. Listed by producer and Chapman University film...

On the Market: Restored Piece of Hollywood's Golden Age Wants $3.295M

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An English country-style home in L.A. built in 1927 by Oscar-winning silent film actor and director Charles Dorian has had its price chopped from $3.75M to $3.295M, reports the Wall Street Journal. Listed by producer and Chapman University film...

Rand Paul Slams US Interventionists' "Unhinged Foreign Policy" For Abetting The Rise Of ISIS

Authored by Dr. Rand Paul, originally posted at The Wall Street Journal, As the murderous, terrorist Islamic State continues to threaten Iraq, the region and potentially the United States, it is vitally important that we examine how this problem arose. Show More Summary

Rovio admits its feathers have been clipped by announcing CEO replacement

Rovio has announced that it will replace founder Mikael Hed as chief executive in January. The change, as the Wall Street Journal notes, is perhaps the first sign that the struggling company is aware that its plans to continue bastardizing the Angry Birds franchise might not be enough to save it. Show More Summary

Porter Airlines Planning to Sell Billy Bishop Terminal

The sale is expected to net about $500 million, which the company would channel into expansion. Porter Airlines is putting its Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport passenger terminal on the market, reports the Wall Street Journal. People...Show More Summary

Will Anti-Money Laundering Efforts Work Against the Islamic State?

The Islamic State runs a self-sustaining economy that makes it one of the world’s richest terrorist groups, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. It’s going to be a challenge for traditional anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing systems to track funds tied to the group.

Worst Celebrity Couple Short-Form Ever?

Wall Street Journal reporter Mike Vilensky‘s piece about the dynamic twentysomething NYC male duo of John Tuite and Carlos Santolalla starts out with some impressive social media particulars. The two model-photographers-writers are constantly...Show More Summary

Spint, SoftBank to Sell Sony Xperia Phone

Sprint and SoftBank will for the first time sell a flagship smartphone from Sony, according to Reuters and The Wall Street Journal. Sony is prepared to announce new devices at the IFA trade show in Berlin on September 4. One of the new devices is expected to be a flagship model that will succeed the Xperia Z2. Show More Summary

The Secret To Happiness Revealed! Make Over $500,000 A Year

In an amazing Gallup poll highlighted by the Wall Street Journal, it says that 100% of those who make more than $500,000 are “very happy”! That’s right. Not 98%. Not 99%. But pure 100%. This is a breakthrough research finding that has amazingly received little publicity. When you find perfection, it must be revealed! Surely Read More...

Grand Central: Fed Job Index a Year Away From Normalcy

The Wall Street Journal’s Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Friday, August 28, 2014 Sign up for the newsletter: An index of labor market conditions watched by Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet...Show More Summary

Jaguar F-Type R Coupe

From the Wall Street Journal: Base price: $99,000 Price, as tested: $104,975 Powertrain: Front-mounted supercharged 5.0-liter, DOHC 32-valve, direct-injection V8 with variable cam phasing and active exhaust; eight-speed automatic transmission; rear-wheel drive with electronic limited-slip differential. Show More Summary

Pump and Dump: How to Rig the Entire IPO Market with just $20 Million

How much does it cost to manipulate an entire market? Not much. And it’s getting cheaper! It was leaked on Tuesday by “people with knowledge of that matter,” according to the Wall Street Journal, that VC firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers had decided in May to plow up to $20 million into message-app maker Snapchat, for a tiny portion of ownership. Show More Summary

Private Equity Funds Could Come To Your 401k Plans As Soon As Next Year

FA Insights is a daily newsletter from Business Insider that delivers the top news and commentary for financial advisors. You Will Soon Be Able To Invest Your 401K In Private Equity (The Wall Street Journal) According to Wall StreetShow More Summary

Rand Paul blasts Clinton, Obama policy on Syria

(CNN) – Sen. Rand Paul continued his recent blitz against Hillary Clinton as a “war hawk,” blasting the former secretary of state for having a “shoot first” foreign policy. In an opinion piece for the Wall Street Journal, the Kentucky Republican highlighted Clinton’s advocacy to arm Syrian rebels when she was the nation’s top diplomat. […]

Google Wants Howard Hughes' Gigantic Old Hangar

Building 15, a gargantuan aerospace structure outside LAX airport, was once used to construct the Spruce Goose. Soon, it might be home to another focal point of hubris, the Wall Street Journal reports. Read more...

A Lump of Coal for the Climatistas

(Steven Hayward) Yesterday the Wall Street Journal reported (“Germany’s Expensive Gamble on Renewable Energy”) on the high cost of the climate-related energy fanaticism of Germany’s green shirts (why not?), which is not starting to take...Show More Summary

Rand Paul: Hillary Clinton 'eager to shoot first' and ask questions later in Syria

Sen. Rand Paul's (R-Ky.) needling of Hillary Clinton continued Thursday with an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal in which the Kentucky lawmaker argued that Clinton almost empowered ISIS in Syria through her rash, hawkish approach to foreign policy. Show More Summary

Isolationist ideologue Rand Paul spouts off again

A short while ago, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) expounded on his views on the Middle East in the Wall Street Journal. Since that apparently didn’t convince many people, he writes a nearly identical piece in the Journal this week, although now he doesn’t come flat out and say we shouldn’t choose sides between the Iraqi […]

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