Blog/International News

A Review of “Hillary’s America”

I went to go see “Hillary’s America.” When I Googled to see where it was playing, there were a bunch of pro-Hillary sites at the top of the page. [...]

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California to Criminalize Taking Undercover Videos

  California is about to pass a law that is so totalitarian and anti-citizen, you really have to question what the hell is going on. This new law will [...]

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FBI Release Notes of Hillary’s Interview

Hillary has claimed that Comey said she was honest and truthful in her interview recasting the whole controversy. Now, the FBI sent lawmakers notes on its interview [...]

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Guilty of Perjury

At the state level, governments vary overall, but for the most part, they are nowhere near as corrupt as the Federal government and its court system. Pennsylvania [...]

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European Banking Crisis

Is a the European bank rally sustainable? European banks continue to rally marginally following the release of the European Bank Authority stress test. However, [...]

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The Press & Yellow Journalism & Trump

COMMENT: Marty; When they locked you up I read it somewhere that you were the man who knew too much. Your latest piece “Why the Republican Neoconservatives [...]

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More Emails reveal Hillary’s Conflict of Interest

Hillary has unquestionably been open for business. All the financial scandals of the Clintons belong to her from Travelgate forward. This latest batch of emails [...]

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Nixon v Hillary

Richard Nixon was accused of being corrupt because some supporters back in the 1950s set up a fund he could use for political purposes. When it came out about this [...]

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Why the Republican Neo-Conservatives Really Support Hillary

QUESTION: Marty; It is clear that the Republican elite support Hillary over Trump and of course the press with every story is negative. This is really strange with [...]

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Germany & THE 800 POUND GORILLA

This week, a German cooperative savings bank in the Bavarian village of Gmund am Tegernsee with less than 10,000 in population, announced it will begin charging [...]

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