Category Archives: Yemen

The United States and the World in the Freedom in the World 2019 Ratings

We show graphs in the Freedom House report “Freedom in the World 2019” by Freedom House at freedomhouse.org, for both the United States, and for World countries. We show the decline in the US Freedom rating over 10 years from … Continue reading

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Freedom in Countries Which the US Deals With

Freedom in Countries Which the US Deals With in the Cato Institute Rankings of 2018 In the US dealing with various countries around the world, it is nice, but simple, to have a Freedom Ranking and evaluations to inform us … Continue reading

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Articles about Saudi Arabia and World, US, and California Oil

During the last year I have been writing articles about Middle East and Saudi oil, and the strait of Hormuz.  California has been 15% dependent on Saudi oil, and may be affected by the recent oil field and refinery fires … Continue reading

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Penance, and a UN Solution to the Yemen War

Penance, and a UN Solution to the Yemen War All of the parties in the Yemen war are in trouble.  The main humanitarian problem is the impending famine of 13 million people there.  In religious countries, it is well understood … Continue reading

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