What Can U.S. Learn from the UK?

January 30, 2020 Staff 0

Adoption of radical leftist policies and endorsements from celebrities are “political poison.” By S.T. Patrick Extrapolating one country’s national election results into a global trend or a long-term lesson can be challenging, yet there must […]

Bilderberger’s Brexit Confessions

November 10, 2019 Staff 0

By Mark Anderson CHICAGO, Ill.—The appearance of Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist, at a luncheon of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs (CCGA) on Oct. 4, was handled carefully. Besides the fact that […]

Is Brexit Done for Good?

October 25, 2019 Staff 0

By Paul Craig Roberts When the British people voted to exit the European Union (EU) I said in many interviews and also in written columns that I doubted it would ever happen. It has been […]

The Rise of the Nationalists

June 4, 2019 Staff 0

Around the world, the “deplorables” are electing populists to power. By John Friend Nationalists and populists the world ‘round made their voices heard loud and clear in recent elections in both Australia and the European […]

Are the British Spying at EU Brexit Negotiations?

October 17, 2018 Staff 0

The EU official in charge of negotiations with Britain for its exit from the EU—commonly referred to as Brexit—suspects Britain is spying on the negotiations. While the British contingent has denied the allegations, it would not […]

The Eternal Lure of Nationalism

February 28, 2018 Staff 0

While the global elites continue to argue we must become “one happy global family” for the good of the planet, people everywhere are choosing nationalism instead. Examples from the winter Olympic games, Putin’s popularity, the […]

Globalists Seek to Scuttle Brexit

November 10, 2017 admin 3

The New World Order elite just won’t let the British put Britain first.  By Mark Anderson The British “Brexit” vote, cast June 23, 2016, provided a clear indication of the populist revolt that’s been simmering for […]

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