The Battle for Italy 2.0: Russia versus the United States – A covert war raged on Italian soil for over 40 years. Is another brewing? By William Medici

A covert war between the world’s two great superpowers raged on Italian soil for over 40 years. Is another brewing?   June 26, 2017 By William Medici   Late in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, Donald Trump received an unlikely endorsement from Beppe Grillo, the comedian, turned political leader of Italy’s Five Star Movement. Grillo, like Trump,… Read More →

Will Congressional Term Limits Help End Political Gridlock? – By William Medici

October 4, 2016 By William Medici   Will Congressional Term Limits Help End Political Gridlock?   Darwin’s theory of evolution has been debated ad nauseam for over a century, and because it is rooted in scientific analysis, evolution has been universally accepted as fact. When the founding fathers established the framework of our country and separated church… Read More →

ISIS To Recruit The Grinch, Plans to Ruin Christmas in Italy – By William Medici

September 22, 2016 By William Medici   “You’re a mean one Mr. Grinch.” “You’re a foul one, Mr. Grinch.” “Your soul is full of gunk Mr. Grinch.” You might recognize these lyrics as the ‘Grinch Theme’ written by Albert Hauge & Theodor Geisel from the 1966 television special ‘Dr. Seuss’ Mr. Grinch.’ The song is catchy, so… Read More →

Italy’s Economy Falls by .5% over the last 15 Years – Why This Should Scare You – By William Medici

September 14, 2016 By William Medici   Luca Paolazzi, Chief Economist for Confidustria, the Italian industrial confederation, has reported what most of us already knew, that between 2000 and 2015 the Italian economy remained stagnant. It actually fell .5%, a significant number compared to other European nations. In the same period, France’s GDP grew by 18.5%, Germany’s… Read More →

America’s Vulnerabilities Remain During The “Peaceful” Transition of Power – By William Medici

November 9, 2016 By William Medici   It has been argued that America is at its most vulnerable during the transition of executive power from the incumbent to the president-elect. The uncertainty begins the day after the election and runs for more than 70 days up until the day of the inauguration which is typically scheduled for… Read More →