The Mystery of a Covert Criminal Conspiracy is the title of a series of interviews that Alex Horvat of PROBE Magazine conducted with Gunther Russbacher (1942-2005), who served for years in the Office of Naval Intelligence and Central Intelligence Agency. This 1993 interview centered on Russbacher’s knowledge and involvement in the savings and loan failures that occurred in the United States during the 1980s.
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Marie Christine Polymenacou shares her geopolitical report for Aug. 10, 2012
Dr. Robin Falkov and Greek correspondent Marie Christine Polymenacou discuss immigration, corrupt banking, and Japanese protests against nuclear energy.
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Where should we invest our money? Wayne Jett shares his expert views
Given the scary news headlines that are commonplace, should you put your money in banks, gold, or stocks? Our resident economist, Wayne Jett, offers his advice.
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Ron Van Dyke reveals what he’s learned in fighting mortgage fraud
Rebecca Potter interviews Ron Van Dyke, a Florida resident who describes the hard lessons he’s learned in fighting mortgage fraud and a corrupt court system.
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Wayne Jett challenges Ben Bernanke to debate him about central banking
Our resident economist, Wayne Jett, tells why he believes the economic ideas conveyed by Ben Bernanke to students at George Washington University are fallacious.
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