February 2008 • Volume 19, NO. 2
In World War II, Britain’s prime minister dreamed of making peace with Hitler. Today, the U.S. has the same fantasy.
American politics suffers from a raging epidemic of braggadocio.
The high cost of cutting a deal with the Islamic Republic.
Why the strong ties that once bound together the United States, Britain and Israel are coming unraveled—and where this will ultimately lead.
Australia looks primed to turn its focus away from Britain and America and toward Asia. Here’s why this is a dangerous idea.
Finding time to read in the information age.
Will America’s weak dollar trigger a global trade war? The last trade war helped create the Great Depression.
Most statistics are just thermometers measuring current conditions. To predict the economy’s future temperature, check the boiler room.
A personal glimpse into the Herbert W. Armstrong College experience.
In his book Raising the Ruins, now available in bookstores, Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry exposes the reality of what happened to the Worldwide Church of God. Here is the 14th chapter.