Blog/World Events

G20 Blames Your Psychological Problems for their Failure

The G20 central bank and finance ministers met in Shanghai in April and cheered the rally in the markets after patting themselves on the back. They then issued [...]

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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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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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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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Trouble in Saudi Arabia

Political instability is rising in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi king has fired his longtime Secretary of Energy and the head of the central bank has been replaced. The [...]

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UN & World Bank Want to Tax Water

Well, all the fools who believe in climate change/global warming will be ecstatic to know that they can help the planet through the new proposal from the United [...]

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Trump At Least Discussing the National Debt

While many are slamming Trump for suggesting that the U.S. buy back its debt for less than face value, the truth is that he is at least talking about the issue. [...]

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Panama Paper Names to be Partially Released Today?

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has said that they will release the names of the people involved in the Panama Papers today. They [...]

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Can You be Forced to Incriminate Yourself With Your Phone of Computer?

The government is dancing between the raindrops. The 5th Amendment states that you cannot be compelled to testify against yourself. You have the right to remain [...]

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