Some might call it a multi-billion dollar conspiracy. Others might call it ‘just good business’. But since Trump has been in power, private prisons and private prison stocks have soared. Is this merely a coincidence or was it planned all along? Read on to find out…
A look at how $6.5 trillion went missing and the financial accountability of the United States of America. How can so much money be missing yet no one knows about it?
Here’s a look at the current state of our Cashless Society, what it means, and the companies and governments behind this revolution.
Can the world really operate without cash? The answer is yes and it will happen sooner than you think. Here’s a look at the winners and losers in a cashless society.
Here’s a look at how Chinese buyers buy homes in Canada despite capital controls, and how China’s new currency rules could affect the Canadian real estate market. What’s going to happen to housing prices in Vancouver or Toronto?
You have no doubt heard all of the rhetoric behind Trump’s rise to power. And you’ve probably read countless streams of anti-Trump articles. But whether you’re a Trump supporter or not, I urge you to take a step back and view things from a different perspective: The perspective of the Establishment. Once you do, you may change your views forever.
One of the biggest topics for 2017 is the legalization of marijuana in both the U.S. and Canada. While there are opposing views to this still controversial topic, perhaps we should be looking at one of the biggest benefits of legalizing marijuana: less blood on the streets.
The CIA has released online a large collection of declassified records, after yielding to pressure from activists. It means decades of US intelligence files are now accessible to the general public.
Fighting has escalated on the outskirts of the Syrian capital, Damascus. The army is battling with rebels for control of a valley which contains the city’s main water source.
‘Fake news’ is making a comeback to the headlines, and hashtags – after the Washington Post retracts its big story on Russian hackers penetrating the US power grid. Apparently, they didn’t. The paper has now added an editorial correction, but for some it was too little, too late. Many are already accusing the outlet of spreading fake news supposedly used to influence various aspects of the political process.
A special French court has found the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) guilty of negligence – by allowing the misuse of public funds over a large state payout to a business tycoon, when she was the country’s finance minister.