Blog/World Events

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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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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“F**k U.S. Imperialism!” Says German Politician

Oskar Lafontaine has been a major political figure in German politics since the mid-70s. He was even Chairman of the SPD (one of Germany’s two main parties) for [...]

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Family Law in Australia

COMMENT: In Australia family law is Federal.  And to stop all the problems with co habitation – Common Law etc.. you know what they did, passed regulation [...]

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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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Greece Wakes Up – It is About Democracy

The Eurozone, or Euroland, is now getting ready to deal with a Greek debt default next week after refusing to extend credit following Prime Minister Alexis [...]

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Three Terrorist Attacks Today in France, Kuwait, & Tunisia

The rise in extremism in the Middle East is becoming more widespread with the clash between Sunni (ISIS extremists) and the Shi’ite. In France, another [...]

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Putin – the Most Popular Leader in the World

The most popular world leader among his own people is none other than Russian President Vladimir Putin. Indeed, Putin’s domestic approval ratings have risen [...]

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Cayman Islands to Begin Reporting Everyone on October 1, 2015

The Cayman Islands’ Department of International Tax Compliance (DITC) has notified Cayman financial institutions of its intention to move forward with [...]

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