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Fergus Hodgson is the founder and executive editor of Latin American intelligence publication Antigua Report. He is also the roving editor of Gold Newsletter and a research associate with the Frontier Centre for Public Policy.
Cristina Kirchner Is Argentinian Peak Insanity
Her established criminality, corruption, drama-queen antics, economic folly, fiscal default, and unapologetic failure embody all that plagues a ...
May 20, 2019
IRS Silence on Cryptocurrencies Is Deafening
Five years have passed since an IRS statement on how to apply "virtual currency" to the tax code.
May 12, 2019
Brazil Has Nixed Daylight Saving Time; So Should Everyone
In February, Brazilians moved their clocks back one hour, signaling the end of daylight saving time (DST)—for good. ...
April 22, 2019
Aid to Central America Rewards Bad Behavior
A Guatemalan congressman once shared with me that NGOs in Central America deny or are reluctant to report ...
April 8, 2019
Tolerance for Failure Is an American Value
A Michael Jordan advertisement, aired in 1997, resonated with Americans: "I've failed over and over and over again ...
March 29, 2019
How the Fintech Revolution Could Liberate Us
Walmart's slogan is "save money, live better." The world's largest retailer, rivaled only by Amazon, does all it ...
March 22, 2019
Student Loans Are Exploitation in Disguise
Student-loan debt in the United States has reached $1.56 trillion, half a billion more than credit-card debt. Only ...
March 17, 2019
Mexican Peso Ready to Tumble
When Gloria Álvarez gets paid in Mexican pesos, she converts whatever she can into Guatemalan quetzales. Coauthor of ...
March 8, 2019
Bolsonaro’s Agenda Is What the Doctor Ordered for Brazil
Brazil need not be the country of tomorrow, and can instead lead today. The longstanding curses of mercantilism, ...
February 27, 2019
How Biased Reporting Brings Us Down While Economy Is Up
Have you ever unplugged from legacy media for an extended period? This experiment flips our perceptions toward direct, ...
February 14, 2019
Housing Shortages Are Self-Made, Unnecessary
A glaring disparity between North American cities has accentuated in the past decade: housing affordability. As house prices ...
February 1, 2019
Venezuela’s Rightful President Needs White House Support
The United States and its allies hold the key to Venezuela's recovery after two decades of socialist devastation. ...
January 19, 2019
Nobody Is an Employee in the Gig Economy
A small number of ride-hailing service drivers want to shoot themselves and their colleagues in the foot. Their ...
January 10, 2019
Pentagon Must Put Up or Shut Up After Audit Failure
"Duty, honor, country" is the motto of the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York. Contrast that ...
December 20, 2018
How Canada Protects Sharia Law
If you denounce Sharia law in a public fashion, you will suffer. Outside of the Arab world, this ...
December 20, 2018
Competitive Currencies Can Check Fed Privilege
Commentary Those who criticize and want to bypass the Federal Reserve must put their money where their mouth ...
December 8, 2018
STEM Subjects Dogma Has Undermined Soft Skills
Federal officials struggle to categorize the programs to promote science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), but they sure ...
November 27, 2018
San Francisco’s War on Airbnb Is a War on the Free Market
The most ingenious arbiter of resource allocation is under attack around the globe: market pricing. In the cross ...
November 13, 2018
Vast Chinese Meddling Abroad Exposed in Report by Canadian Policy Institute
In the wake of a meticulous, courageous, and damning policy report by a Canadian think tank, the Chinese Communist ...
November 7, 2018
Trump Gets Bolsonaro Boost From Brazil in Duel With China
In 2009, China surpassed the United States as Brazil’s leading trade partner, but that is likely to reverse ...
October 30, 2018
The Deep Stater Undermining Trump in Central America
Todd Robinson is famous in Guatemala but not in the United States. With Central America's problems walking north ...
October 26, 2018
Migrant Caravan Dishonors Honduras
Honduran migrants may say, "We are fleeing criminality and violence." Yet, the migrant caravan has proceeded to smash ...
October 23, 2018
The Fed Needs Its Wings Clipped
Commentary "It's a false economy that we're living in. We're in a bubble." The man who said that, ...
October 17, 2018
Argentina Uber Vandals Are Just That: Vandals
When María Carolina Roldan found her car burned and destroyed in Buenos Aires, Argentina, she lost more than ...
October 16, 2018
How Trump Can Make America Even Freer
There is one way President Donald Trump can prove beyond a doubt American exceptionalism in the land of ...
October 9, 2018
The Cure for the Opioid Epidemic
Idle hands are the devil's playground, and opioids are wreaking havoc on the unemployed underclass of the United ...
October 2, 2018
Venezuelan Regime Deploys Cryptocurrency to Evade US Sanctions
Venezuelan ruler Nicolás Maduro announced key changes to the government-backed cryptocurrency called the petro on Oct. 1, adding ...
October 2, 2018
President Trump and First Lady Melania Visit Arlington Cemetery Ahead of Memorial Day
Ten Deaths on Everest This Season Raise Safety Concerns
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China’s Largest Chipmaker to Delist From NYSE Amid Heightened US-China Trade Tensions
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Photographer Releases Never-Before-Seen Tiananmen Protest Photos
25 GOP Senators Urge That Spending Bills Protect Pro-Life Measures
29 Killed in Clashes at Venezuelan Detention Center
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FBI Informant Fed Media Lies to Smear Flynn, Defamation Lawsuit Alleges
Children in Social Services System Most at Risk of Being Sex Trafficked
‘Great Progress’ Made in Trade Negotiations With Japan, Trump Says During State Visit
Supreme Court Halts Judge-Ordered Redistricting in Ohio, Michigan