America and the Middle East Food Riots

Perhaps the most overused but most accurate term used to describe the policies and ideology of the American left is the "Law of Unintended Consequences."  There is virtually nothing that these people espouse that, once put in place, has not had detrimental effects on either the people of the United States or the world.  Today there is a global food shortage and skyrocketing prices.  This has become the underlying factor in the riots in Tunisia, Algeria, and Egypt, where up to 56% of a person's income is dedicated to the acquisition of food.  These riots are now leading to the upheaval of governments and the very real possibility of the ascendancy of the radical elements into control.While bad weather in various parts of the world is an element of the accelerating food prices, there are two other factors directly related to the United States and its policies.First, because of the enormous deficits run up by the Obama administration and the...(Read Full Article)

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