Blog/International News

Economists Say Trump is Wrong

Yahoo reported that economists deny Trump’s ability to bring jobs back to America from China and other countries. Well, the economists are wrong. All it would [...]

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French Elite Say Either Germany Leaves the Euro or Economic Chaos is their Fate

The French elite are now calling for a German exit from the euro as a solution since the rest of them are heading into Marxist la-la land. The Greek crisis has [...]

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Would Bill Be a Sexy First Lady?

Our computer says that Bill Clinton will not get to dress up for White House Parties — what a shame. He would have been one of the sexier/flirtier First Ladies [...]

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EU Downgraded to NEGATIVE by Standard & Poor’s

Standard & Poor’s 500 Index has lowered the credit outlook for the EU as a whole to NEGATIVE. SPIEGEL Online reported, in addition to the new aid for [...]

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NSA: A Tax & Economics Espionage Agency

Anyone who thinks this is about terrorism is pathetically naive. The NSA is a top-notch Tax & Economic Espionage (TEE) organization; with terrorism so low [...]

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Oil & BIG BANG – the Government Funding Crisis on a Global Scale

Saudi Arabia pumped a record 10.564 million barrels per day in June, showing that as prices decline, a record level of production is unfolding. Governments in the [...]

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Merkel to Run Again in 2017

Reuters is reporting that Merkel has decided to run for election once again in 2017. The longstanding joke in Germany is that either she will have to die while in [...]

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Hillary, Biden, Trump, and Boehner

Behind the curtain, more and more Democrats are urging Joe Biden to run for president, since the Inspector General suggests that Hillary be criminally investigated [...]

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Puerto Rico Default – Welcome to Big Bang

A group of hedge funds, who hold a large proportion of Puerto Rico’s debt, are now demanding for Puerto Rico’s government to fire teachers, collect more taxes, [...]

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IMF Pulls Out of Bailout Loans for Greece

The Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) decided on Wednesday not to participate in the next credit-round for Greece. The Board denied new loans to [...]

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