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 […]

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