Assange Links Hillary to the Saudis to ISIS

The following excerpt is from an interview between John Pilger, a reporter for RT (Russian Television a 24-hour News Channel), and Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks. “All serious analysts know, and even the US government has agreed, that some Saudi figures have been supporting ISIS and funding ISIS, but the dodge has always been that it is some “rogue” princes using their oil money to do whatever they like, but actually the government disapproves. But that email says that it is the government of Saudi Arabia, and the government of Qatar that have been funding ISIS,” said Assange. John Pilger: "The Saudis, the Qataris, the Moroccans, the Bahrainis, particularly the first two, are givin

Why America Must Change Course This Election

Mark Twain once said, “If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.” I disagree. It is one of our most valuable rights but many individuals don’t exercise the right to vote. They are turned off! There are three types of people. Those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wander what happened. Voters make things happen when they are informed and act on knowledge. America is in trouble and we need to pay attention to the facts and issues at hand. Nationally, the key issues are fighting the growing terrorism threats, getting illegal immigration and our borders controlled, freeing our economy of burdensome regulations, cutting the world’s highest corpo

Time to Change Delaware

Delaware state revenues, over two years, declined nearly $800 million and yet the state operations budget continued to grow over time. Delaware Medicaid expenditures now cover nearly 225,000 people or nearly 25 percent of our population (mostly women and children). Delaware’s General Fund operations budget (GF) reliance on certain volatile and inelastic revenue streams (escheat, casinos) have seen better days. Abandoned property (escheat) and lottery (casinos) revenues are declining and with below-average economic growth and growing healthcare costs, our state structural revenue imbalances will grow without prudent spending restraints. Delaware, like N.J., has plundered our slots facilities

Bloom's Sweet Deal

The News Journal is to be commended for "The Truth Behind Bloom's Sweet Deal Emerges," although it is five years late. It shows that Delawareans have paid nearly $130 million in Bloom surcharges over the last four years. These surcharges will total $768 million over the life of the contract, a grossly unfair burden forced on ratepayers who get nothing for it. Defenders say the surcharges were necessary to achieve the state's goal of having 25 percent renewable energy. But this is just another unjustified burden created by the Delaware legislature which can and should be repealed. The governor says it is energy created in Delaware instead of elsewhere but the problem is that it is very expe

One Hell of a Record

A columnist for the Washington Examiner, David Freddoso, asked an intriguing question in July of 2014. “The Mainstream Media has complained that our government is ‘broken’. In their viewpoint, Congress is an obstructionist to the Obama Agenda. The public has accepted that viewpoint, although given some of the administration’s current failures, support for that viewpoint may be waning. But, is the Mainstream Media correct, is our government broken?" Gridlock sounds so uncompromising, and obstructive. And in a traffic situation, it is disastrous, wasting time and fuel. But, in the Halls of Power, there should be rigorous debate on the benefit of each and every issue, its effect on society and

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