Blog/International News

The Confessions of Congressman X

A new book confirms what I have been reporting on behind the curtain. This is a devastating inside look at the dark side of Congress that shows why career [...]

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Ukrainian Tatar Wins EuroVision Song Contest

  Jamala is a Ukrainian singer, composer and actress whose ethnic background is a Tatar. In this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, Jamala performed her own [...]

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BRITEXIT: The Movie

  This is an excellent documentary that exposes the truth about the EU and how Brussels was established to deny the people any possible right to vote against [...]

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Turkey Moving Close to Civil War

Kemal Kilicdaroglu, the Turkish opposition leader of the social democratic CHP, has sharply criticized the push by the Turkish government to remodel Turkey into [...]

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German Study: USA is the Top Tax Haven in the World

A new study by the Green Party in Germany places the USA at the top of the list of tax havens for foreign investors. They have highlighted the key states in their [...]

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TTIP is the Bookend to the WTO Agreement to Protect Bankers

  The TTIP proposal is bought and paid for by the banks. Pick up the rug and you will always find the dirt. The USA has been fining European banks for vast [...]

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New Jersey to Follow Illinois Down the Drain

The New Jersey State Assembly has begun the pursuit of a constitutional amendment to guarantee pension payments for government workers over all other types of state [...]

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Sanders for Trump’s Vice President

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, who would you recommend Trump asks to be his Vice President? ANSWER: If I were Trump, I would ask Bernie Sanders to be vice president and [...]

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German Flirting Courses for Refugees to Get Lucky

Well, when a politician refuses to admit she made a mistake, what do you do? You go all the way. Believe it or not, Germany is creating flirting courses to help [...]

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When Will Greece Elect a Real Government?

Protests broke out in Greece over the weekend in Athens and the northern city of Thessaloniki. The government is yielding to Brussels and has not figured out that [...]

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