21WIRE | A review of all the Top Stories from this week – for your consideration.
Randy Johnson | Iraqi Kurdistan’s “Boom Towns” flourish amidst regional warfare.
21WIRE | How many will need to die before Turkey and Israel can get their pipelines built?
21WIRE | Time will tell who the winners and losers are, but one thing is certain in 2016 – someone is going to feel the pinch somewhere.
21WIRE | Corrupt to the core.
21WIRE + RT | For the first time in 50 years, the government’s share of the oil revenue is less than what it is earning from tax.
Episode #102 – SUNDAY WIRE: ‘Requiem For A Pipeline’ with guests Ian R. Crane, F. William Engdahl and Basil Valentine
SUNDAY WIRE | Strap yourselves in and lower the blast shield – this is your brave new world…
21WIRE + Marie Mulville | Middle Eastern chaos means opportunity has arisen for the Kurds.
Patrick Henningsen | The US and Russia are currently locked in a battle for regional energy dominance in Europe.
Leonid Bershidsky | Bashing the Russian economy has lately become a popular pastime, but it’s mostly pure fantasy.
Common Dreams | Another bought-and-paid-for corrupt Judge rules in favor of the corporate mafia.
21WIRE + Press TV | While causing problems for the American Shale industry, the engineered crash has also had a parallel effect on the Iranians.
21WIRE + Alternet | The people took the energy out of corporate hands and made it affordable for everyone.
Jay Dyer | What a quandary the average American patriot must be in here.
Stuart J. Hooper + RT | Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has died and negative geopolitical realities mean change may be on the horizon.
21WIRE + Zero Hedge | This is rapidly shaping up as the most illiquid market in history.
Washington’s Blog | Until Wall Street executives are finally thrown in jail, the criminality and blatant manipulation will grow and spread and metastasize.
21WIRE FEATURE | Looking ahead at your Brave New World in 2015….
Andrew McKillop | A time for pondering what is, what could be, and who we need to absolutely get rid of in 2015.