Blog/International News

EU Banning Selfies Under Copyright of Architect?

Remembrance photos in front of the Reichstag or other famous buildings in Europe may be banned in the future. The European Parliament will vote on the abolition [...]

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Will Puerto Rico Be the Next Greece?

On Monday, Puerto Rico is set to release a key report on its financial stability. Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla told The New York Times that the island would [...]

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Greece Imposes Capital Controls

Alexis Tsipras has imposed capital controls as Greek banks are to remain closed. The European Central Bank (ECB) said it was not increasing emergency funding to [...]

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The TREASON of Chief Justice Roberts

King v. Burwell upholding Obamacare is a political decision, not law, and it reveals the distinct difference between Scalia (who many liberals hate) and Roberts [...]

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Greek Parliament Approves July 5th Referendum

Greece’s parliament voted early Sunday in favor of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ motion to hold a July 5th referendum on creditor proposals for reforms [...]

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EU Finance Ministers Change Their Minds Because of a Greek Referendum

The EU Finance Ministers have been lying to the public for so long that they believe their own propaganda. The German press has called them for what they are [...]

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Greek Bank Run Begins

The BBC is reporting that the Greece debt crisis is now leading to a Greek bank run as people clamor to hoard cash in the face of the Eurozone refusing any bailout [...]

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Myth of Common Law Marriage

While the number of people living together without getting married has nearly doubled since 1981 due to a fear of the legal obligations of marriage, there remains a [...]

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There is No Sanctity of Family Recognized by Law

COMMENT: Thank you. I never look at the fact that you need government approval to even get married. This shows indeed how much they have altered society. [...]

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There is No “Right” to Marry

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I have practiced law for more than 30 years. You are correct in saying it changes with the whims of judges. That defeats the very idea that [...]

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