Europe Cracks Down on Illegal Aliens

For the last twenty years, European Union members regularly snarled at the United States’ policies against illegal aliens as a selfish violation of human rights. But with thousands of screaming demonstrators protesting against depressed wages and carrying fake coffins emblazoned with the names of politicians, EU Labor Ministers in Brussels were forced on December 17th […]

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Energy Drives Asian Military Confrontation

China’s Ministry of Defense on November 30th at 10 AM local time began enforcing an expanded Air Defense Identification Zone, which now covers a huge off-shore expanse that includes the disputed oil rich Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea. Forced to rely the Middle East oil for electrical production, Asian energy costs are surging […]

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French Rioting to Dump the Euro

French riot police fired water cannons and tear gas at 30,000 truckers, farmers, fishermen and food industry workers waving banners of “Right to Work” and hurling rocks and iron bars at police to protest a new “ecotax” on commercial trucking. The controversial $1.4 billion tax for rail and river expansion is causing layoffs across the […]

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Barack Obama Should Listen To His Wife

U.S. Ambassador James Costos was commanded to appear at the Spanish Foreign Ministry in Madrid on October 28th, as a public expression of Spain’s outrage over the latest document releases from the former National Security Agency contractor and current guest of Russia, Edward Snowden, that demonstrate United States has been collecting electronic surveillance on the […]

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Rand Paul’s Goal in Holding up Janet Yellen’s Appointment

Senator Rand Paul woke up the Washington political scene on October 25th by leaking a story that he intends to place a “Senatorial hold” on the upcoming Presidential nomination of Janet Yellen to be the next Chairperson of the U.S. Federal Reserve; unless Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid allows his “Audit the Fed” bill to […]

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A War the Pentagon Doesn’t Want

By Robert H. Scales, retired Army major general, is a former commandant of the U.S. Army War College. The tapes tell the tale. Go back and look at images of our nation’s most senior soldier, Gen. Martin Dempsey, and his body language during Tuesday’s Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearings on Syria. It’s pretty obvious that […]

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