I am excited to announce today that my latest book, IS RUSSIA DESTINED TO NUKE THE U.S.? is available at Amazon.com and various other book sellers. The printed version is now available as is the Kindle (eBook) version.
The printed version retails for $9.95 and the Amazon Kindle format version is priced at $4.95. In about 2 weeks, it will be available on Apple iBooks, Barnes and Noble NOOK, and LULU (in ePUB format).
For the printed version, this book comprises the first in a new format. I would appreciate your feedback on that format. It is an 8.5 x … Read More
This week I was blessed to spend time with my friend, Josh Peck, being interviewed on his show, THE SHARPENING. Josh has been so faithful to do his show week-in and week-out for 75 weeks in a row! I guess I was his diamond guest, as the show we just did was #75!
We spent almost two hours (we tend to do marathon shows) on the serious topic of my latest book, now available in printed format at Amazon. IS RUSSIA DESTINED TO NUKE THE U.S.? If you are serious about wanting to know what might happen over the next … Read More
WHY A BAD RUSSIAN ECONOMY IS BAD NEWS FOR THE U.S.
A CHANGE IN COURSE
The Russian economy continues to struggle. Moscow had hopes that promoting consumer confidence and domestic spending within Russia would begin the process of rebuilding an economy that reached a near meltdown during 2014. This change in approach represents what Bloomberg calls “the most dramatic shift in economic policy during the Putin era.”
On July 15, 2015, reporter Anna Andrianova asserted, “Behind another month of near-record declines in Russian consumer wellbeing is an economic shift that may endure for years.” She continued: “For those still counting, … Read More
The Crisis in the Ukraine
It is a perplexing issue: Why does the U.S. have to protect European interests even when those interests have little to do with a matter about which the U.S. couldn’t care less? When it comes to protecting Europe from its enemies, why does the U.S. step up to the challenge?
Given what has been happening the Europe over the past 18 months, notably the confrontation in the Ukraine between a quasi-fascist government in Kiev and those “refusenik” Ukrainian “separatists” in the east (who prefer Russia partners), one wonders why the United States should give a … Read More