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Western Civilization has become a never-ending Jerry Springer episode

Western Civilization has become a never-ending Jerry Springer episode Early in the 2nd century AD, around the year 101, the Roman humorist Decimus Junius Juvenalis began publishing a collection of satirical poems poking fun at the Empire. Rome was already in serious decline by the time Juvenalis wrote his first poem. In the first century …

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Children are far more likely to die from diarrhea than COVID-19

Children are far more likely to die from diarrhea than COVID-19 In the winter of 1837, Charles Dickens published the first two chapters of what would become one of his most popular works– the story of an orphan called Oliver Twist. If you’ve never read it, the book is one of Dickens’ most damning condemnations of …

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Federal Grants to Spew Critical Race Theory Across American Education

THIS WEEK’S INTELLIGENCE May 2, 2021 Federal Grants to Spew Critical Race Theory Across American Education What happened: Critical Race Theory is the idea that skin color determines whether you are a victim or an oppressor, and that systemic racism infects every aspect of American life. A proposed regulation from the Department of Education would hand …

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Download iCN’s Latest Edition – Wellness & Holistic Coaching

  International Coaching News (iCN) online magazine is excited to announce the release of our 33rd edition, with the themed Wellness & Holistic Coaching, inspired by coaches to guide others forge their own unique path toward greater well-being, a holistic view of the importance of growth and the power of self. This is filled with interesting power tools …

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The Ascendance of Sociopaths in U.S. Governance

The Ascendance of Sociopaths in U.S. Governance by Doug Casey By Doug Casey An International Man lives and does business wherever he finds conditions most advantageous, regardless of arbitrary borders. He’s diversified globally, with passports from multiple countries, assets in several jurisdictions, and his residence in yet another. He doesn’t depend absolutely on any country …

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It’s time to start thinking about inflation

It’s time to start thinking about inflation In the year 215 AD, the young Roman Emperor Caracalla, then just 27 years of age, decided to ‘fix’ Rome’s perennial inflation problem by minting a brand new coin. Caracalla’s predecessors over the previous several decades had ordered an astonishing debasement of Roman currency; the silver content in …

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How Empires End

by Jeff Thomas “Experience hath shewn, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.” – Thomas Jefferson Histories are generally written by academics. They, quite naturally, tend to focus on the main events: the wars and the struggles between leaders …

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