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The Electronic Equivalent of War

North Korea’s state-run news agency claims that suggestions Pyongyang was behind the cyber-attack on Sony Pictures are “wild rumor.” But, according to the New York Times and other media sources, U.S. intelligence officials have concluded otherwise. The attack, those officials say, “was…

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The Electronic Equivalent of War

North Korea’s state-run news agency claims that suggestions Pyongyang was behind the cyber-attack on Sony Pictures are “wild rumor.” But,…
by James K. Glassman | December 19, 2014 Read More

The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Ourselves

The Senate Intelligence Committee’s “Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program" is not the final word in…
by Brian B. Wagner | December 19, 2014 Read More

US Missing out on Coal Export Growth as Global Demand Rises

Those closely following energy news may conclude that coal is on the decline. One news report last week made the…
by Shawn McCoy | December 17, 2014 Read More

Continued Inaction on Biosimilars Will Cost Billions

Promised savings from the passage of Obamacare have not materialized. While its impact on insurance premiums is admittedly complex and…
by Andrew F. Quinlan | December 17, 2014 Read More

Taxpayer Protection Alliance: “Stick To Delivering Our Letters”

A brief update to an issue frequently covered here on InsideSources: postal reform. David Williams, president of the Taxpayer Protection…
by Shawn McCoy | December 16, 2014 Read More

Rooftop Solar Panels Facing the Wrong Way and Many Questions

“Oops. I think we put those solar panels on the wrong way.” That isn’t something most Americans want to hear…
by Sean Paige | December 16, 2014 Read More

Andrew Cuomo’s Secret Plan That Took from the Pockets of 1,500 Widows, Accident Victims, and Handicapped

In early-December 2007, Eric Rabinowitz got a call from the New York Liquidation Bureau (NYLB), an obscure state regulatory agency…
by Shawn McCoy | December 14, 2014 Read More

Choosing Growth over Protectionism

Brazil narrowly chose to reelect President Dilma Rousseff, and now she has an important choice to make about the future…
by Robert Atkinson | December 12, 2014 Read More