Blog/International News

Japan Opens First Robotic Hotel

With Japan’s birth rate drastically collapsing to just 1 million annually, the movement toward robotic innovation has hit new heights. The first [...]

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Obama & Prison Reform

Obama’s visit to El Reno Federal prison (Correctional Institution) in Oklahoma is probably one of the few acts he has done that I agree with. Like most [...]

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Germany Replacing Bank Cards and Eliminating Cash Withdrawals

The game is afoot to eliminate CASH. According to reliable sources, Maestro is seriously under attack. In Germany, Maestro was a [...]

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Greece the Musical

It is sad to see many Greeks now really disliking the Germans. They are bringing the differences back all because politicians CANNOT admit they screwed up the [...]

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France Calls for the Federalization of Europe

History repeats because human nature never differs. I have warned that Albert Einstein was correct: you can NEVER solve a problem with the same line of thing that [...]

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Kohl’s Dream for the Euro 1998 Speech to Bundestag

Helmut Kohl was a powerful politician in Germany. He convinced the German people to enter the euro and his 1998 speech in Bundestag generated a vote of 632 out of [...]

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Donald Trump Now #1 in Polls

Trump is hitting very hard, clearly tapping into the emerging anti-establishment politician trend. He bluntly states, “Who do you want negotiating with China? [...]

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Farage on Europe at the Heritage Foundation

Nigel Farage may be the only practical politician these days because he came from the trading sector. He explains the Euro-Project and its failures. He makes it [...]

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CalPERS Posts Gain of Just 2.4%

CalPERS (California Public Employees’ Retirement System) posted a profit of just 2.4% for its fiscal year (which ended on June 30) that was well below its [...]

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Hillary Will Not Reform Banks

Hours after Hillary Clinton vowed to crackdown on Wall Street, by no means will she reverse what she and her husband did in repealing Glass-Steagall. [...]

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