Recently Pres. Trump decided to pull out U.S. troops in the region of Northern Syria. Is this being interpreted by Israel and other U.S. allies as an abandonment of the Kurdish allies of the US and Israel or is it too early to tell? Who is going to control the Middle East? Since the President’s decision to withdraw US troops from Northern Syria creates a geopolitical vacuum, who will fill it and gain greater control. Will it be Russia? Turkey? Or Iran? Are there more than one set of Kurds involved in this situation?
Trump’s High Risk Syrian Decision
October 14, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, Seth Frantzman, Gary Dull
Ukraine, Democrats and Impeachment: Russia Wins
November 15, 2019 • Sam Rohrer
Sam discusses a recent New York Times article about the Ukrainian billionaire Ihor Kolomoisky (An influential voice in Ukrainian affairs) who says it is time for Ukraine to re-establish ties to Moscow. How is this article connected to the current Pres. Trump impeachment hearings in Washington D.C.?
The Unsustainable Federal Debt
November 15, 2019 • Gary Dull, William Parker
Recently it was reported that the Federal deficit reached $134 Billion in October alone. The total now sits over $3 Trillion. The debt numbers are just absolutely skyrocketing, and it appears that literally nothing is being done about it. One could make the case that the stock market gains are significantly based on debt which means that it is not real. What’s wrong with this picture?