Catalan: Independence or Revolution?

On October 1st, the Catalonian region of Spain held a referendum similar to "Brexit" on whether they should leave Spain or not. But unlike with Brexit and the vote in Scotland the results weren't even close. In the vote in Scotland to split from … [Read more...]

U.S. Press Freedom Declines According to Report

For the fourth year in a row, Finland ranked No.1 in press freedom, as ranked in the 2014 World Press Freedom Index compiled by Reporters Without Borders. While Finland set the gold-standard for press freedom, close runners-up for a second-straight … [Read more...]

You’d Better Hope The U.S. Government Likes What You Do For A Living

It seems like almost daily we are hearing of more and more government encroachment on our freedom and liberty, whether it is the IRS targeting certain groups or NSA evesdropping on private conversations or even passing around "captured" pictures but … [Read more...]

Life in Argentina

A Glimpse of Life from the Other Side of the Wall By David Galland, Managing Director Casey Research Argentines have a phrase, "mi lugar," for when you find your special place in this world – the perfect combination of place and people that … [Read more...]