Reports released this week by a federal watchdog group has cast a glaring light on the misbehavior of U.S. federal agents in Colombia has also shed light on the pervasive culture of the sex tourism and prostitution in the South American country cast a glaring light on the misbehavior of U.S. federal agents in Colombia has also shed light on the pervasive culture of the sex tourism and prostitution in the South American country.
The report showed High-ranking Drug Enforcement Agency officials and their field agents threw wild sex parties with hookers hired by Colombian drug lords, the feds charged… Continue reading
by Stephen Bloch
Last update: Oct. 14, 2014
Numbers for Sept. 30, 2014
To anybody who’s followed this page over the years: In October, 2013, I changed the formula for adjusting for inflation, so the numbers in this page don’t match what was on this page before Oct. 2013. The old version of the page is here.
Some time in early 2004, I ran across a Web site maintained by the Department of the Treasury, listing the U.S. National Debt year by year since 1791. The numbers by themselves are too big to be meaningful, so I put them into… Continue reading
An Interview with International Relationship Expert John Adams
Just when you thought there was no more new reality to be uncovered along comes 90-Day Fiance, TLC’s new series designed to showcase the drama that takes place during the 90 days that international couples have to either marry or have the fiance go back to his or her country. The stakes are high which can make for some pretty interesting drama, which of course TLC is certainly hoping for. We all know that there are varying degrees of reality in the so called reality shows, so we thought we would reach… Continue reading
According to the web site www.escapingamerica.org, each year thousands of Americans leave the U.S. for a new home aboard. According to the main contributors of the site, there are many reason for this, including economical issue such as wages continuing to decline. Also crime is on the rise. The cost of health care in the US is a big problem, too. Americans pay more for health care than any other country, yet America ranks only 38th in the world in terms of health care. Lastly, education in the U.S. is extremely expensive. And getting in to a college can… Continue reading
The authors of the original bilateral trade agreements between the Peoples Republic of China and the Unites States never saw this coming: A Chinese export so tantalizing, American men would spend thousands of dollars to acquire it. And yet it’s popularity is only now catching on. It’s known as “Sheng Nu”. Leftovers.
Specifically: Chinese “leftover” women.
Despite a surplus of over 20 million men in Chinese society, Chinese women in their late 20’s and above are finding it difficult to find a husband. This, despite being attractive, professionally employed, and eager to settle down. China’s women have abundant opportunities to… Continue reading