Author: mmshowalter

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George Soros, Agent of Chaos

10/07/2011 The Left: Billionaire George Soros declared sympathy for the mobs swarming Wall Street and blaming banks for the economy. Strange that a man who should be anathema to these parasites’ agenda is actually their patron. The “Occupy Wall Street” blame-the-banks movement in New York and other large cities is proving

Central America Border Rush Fueled By Remittances

Excerpt: But while the political debate has focused on U.S. immigration enforcement, a key economic factor has been lost in the clamor. Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, which are supplying three-quarters of the latest cross-border flood, are bucking a trend in Latin America toward stronger local economies based on sound

John Todd

New Zealand’s First Billionaire

By Monica Showalter John D. Todd, chairman of The Todd Corporation in Wellington, New Zealand, is a big fish in a small pond. And the 74-year-old head of the family-owned energy conglomerate plans to continue getting bigger. Forbes estimates his Todd Corporation is worth at least $1 billion. The fortune was launched four

North Korea

Did Trump hack North Korea’s missile launch?

With the pathetically humiliating failure of North Korea’s missile launch in the wake of a very big puffy buildup, the shark tank must be working overtime over in Pyongyang. You wouldn’t want to be one of the North Korean minions who worked on that wretched fizzle-out that has humiliated the

Melissa Click

A Message For Higher Ed From Mizzou’s 1,500 Missing Students

Education Bubble: The University of Missouri reported a near-25% drop in student enrollment following its unrest. This is the result of political correctness run amok, weak university leadership and inflated college costs. “I am writing to you today to confirm that we project a very significant budget shortfall due to

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A Creepy, Coercive Turn For Campus Protests

MONICA SHOWALTER 11/16/2015 As campuses erupt with protests and the TV cameras pan the crowds, an informal survey among the IBD editorial board members finds that pretty much every college student we know of is so busy studying that he or she has no time for or interest in protesting,