Beginning of the End as Brexit Takes Shape

March 30, 2017 Staff 4

Today marks the beginning of the end of UK’s membership in the EU, a solid victory after a long, well-fought battle by populist-minded citizens desiring to restore self-rule to their nation. Divorces can be messy, and […]

After Jailing Crooked Bankers, Iceland’s Economy Is Roaring

March 28, 2017 Staff 1

With a remarkable turnaround from economic collapse to financial stability in less than a decade, the “miracle of Iceland” came about after fierce prosecution of banksters and corrupt politicians. Is the “common man” elsewhere around the world viewing this stunning reversal […]

Netanyahu Goes to Washington to Meet Trump

February 14, 2017 AFP Editor 4

President Donald Trump will be hosting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday at the White House in a high-stakes meeting that could test their longstanding relationship given Trump’s recent criticism in the Israeli press […]

A Coming Clash With Iran

February 3, 2017 AFP Editor 7

Americans do not want another war. So why did President Donald Trump make the mistake of drawing a line in the sand in regard to Iran’s legal missile test? Will this turn into the same […]

The Battle for Jerusalem

February 1, 2017 AFP Editor 9

President Donald Trump’s America-first policies are a breath of fresh air after decades of policies that were devastating to middle-class Americans. But his unquestioning support of Israel has many people concerned that his views are […]

Dreading De-Globalization in Davos

January 19, 2017 AFP Editor 6

Corporate executives, top bankers, global speculators, and power brokers at the annual Alpine retreat in Davos, Switzerland are complaining openly that the rise of populism and nationalism across the United State and Europe is a […]

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