Survival, How Hard Can It Be?

People who work pay taxes, which fund the government.  Sounds simple doesn’t it?  Cut spending to reduce government debt.  On the face of it, this sounds simple too.  Add into the mix that the government is the largest employer in the country and even the dimmest of us can begin to see that it is […]

Confessions of Roger Noriega: Muscular diplomacy or law breaking?

By Saul Landau and Nelson Valdes In May, Roger Noriega, former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs (2003-2005), acknowledged he conspired with James Cason, chief of the United States Interest Section in Cuba (2002-2005), to violate a declared U.S. government policy of promoting in Cuba “ a peaceful transition to a democratic system […]