Getting rid of paper money may help fight terrorism and even help prop up the banks—but is there a more sinister reason for these new financial controls?
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Major media outlets are starting to notice similarities between modern Europe and the Holy Roman Empire under Charlemagne. Is this a good thing?
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What happens when America runs out of other people’s money?
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By Anthony Chibarirwe  ·  Thursday, February 11
An impending war in Libya may draw the North African nation into its last war as a nation.
By Richard Palmer  ·  Wednesday, February 10
America’s infrastructure and military have a catastrophic vulnerability—well known for dec-ades, yet not dealt with.
By Abraham Blondeau  ·  Tuesday, February 9
How a Civil War general discovered the key to healing America
By Brent Nagtegaal  ·  Tuesday, February 9
The solution for Israelis: ‘Keep calm and carry on’?
By Stephen Flurry  ·  Monday, February 8
By Dennis Leap  ·  Monday, February 8
Planned Parenthood cheers for Houston’s indictment of David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress.
By Gerald Flurry  ·  Monday, February 8
Barack Obama claims he has an ‘uncompromising commitment’ to Israel. But does he?
By Wayne Turgeon  ·  Saturday, February 6
How do the Bible’s prophetic warnings about coming disease epidemics affect you?
By Kieren Underwood  ·  Friday, February 5
‘I think I am a man/woman/of no sex, therefore I am.’
By Brad Macdonald and Richard Palmer  ·  Friday, February 5
Muslim migrants are flooding Germany with problems. German leaders want to cover it up; German citizens want different leaders
By Andrew Miiller  ·  Thursday, February 4
Comparing the Oregon standoff with the Black Lives Matter movement shows how divided America has become on the issue of federal law enforcement.
By Callum Wood  ·  Thursday, February 4
How you can explain the surge in destructive weather phenomenon
By Richard Palmer  ·  Wednesday, February 3
After 500 years, the pope aims to end the biggest split in Christendom—a development that would radically expand the prestige and reach of the Catholic Church.
By Stephen Flurry  ·  Wednesday, February 3
Years of crises appear to provide a definite answer. But Bible prophecy answers differently.
By Kieren Underwood  ·  Tuesday, February 2
Officials realize the dire need to protect their borders.
By Stephen Flurry  ·  Monday, February 1
France conceded everything to Iran during the nuclear negotiations. But in the state dinner that followed, it finally found something it definitely would not give in on.
By Kieren Underwood  ·  Friday, January 29
The failed theory is still hugely popular in university syllabi.
By Robert Morley  ·  Friday, January 29
China’s new Asian International Investment Bank could upset the balance of power in Asia.
By Richard Palmer  ·  Thursday, January 28
How a banking crisis in Italy could reverberate around the world
Aired Sun., Feb. 7  ·  27 min
Few people know Charlemagne’s legacy, but Europe will follow in his footsteps one last time.
Aired Sun., Feb. 7  ·  27 min
Few people know Charlemagne’s legacy, but Europe will follow in his footsteps one last time.
Sep. 1, 2011
The West still doesn’t understand how Iran rules the Middle East.
Apr. 1, 2005