Philadelphia Trumpet • March/April 2000 • Volume 11, No. 3
- CoverThe Snare of DebtDebt is the Achilles heel in today’s high-flying American economy. Vast wealth is being accumulated on a crumbling foundation of massive debt. What will happen when the economy slows down? How will that debt be repaid?
- America’s Bubble EconomyWhy it has yet to burst
- DepartmentsFrom the EditorHow Your Trumpet Subscription Is Paid
- ArticlesCaught in the MiddleAmerica wants a closer trading relationship with Britain. To achieve this it needs Canada’s help. What role will Canada play in this coming Anglo-Saxon combine? In this article, we take a look at the rich history of this nation throughout the past century and show why Canada finds itself in such a precarious position right now.
- America’s Militia ThreatThis April marks five years since the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was bombed. The Oklahoma City tragedy awakened Americans to the threat of domestic terrorism. As officials dedicate a memorial to those brutally killed, many Americans will ask, will it happen again?
- Goodbye Friday AgreementEven as the Middle East “peace process” reels from the breakdown of the Israeli/Syria peace talks and Israel’s recent retaliatory bombing of Lebanon, that other “peace process,” centered on the island of Ireland, is poised to shatter.
- A High-Voltage Tension LineSecurity problems on the world’s longest undefended border strain Canada-U.S. relations
- DepartmentsCommentaryA Double-Minded ManU.S. waffling is putting Taiwan in tough straits