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EU Leaders Say They’ll Work With Trump To Open Up Markets To US Products

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  by Will Racke Leaders from several European Union countries said Thursday they’re ready to negotiate with Washington on opening up their markets to more U.S. exports in exchange for a blanket exemption on industrial tariffs. At an EU-Western Balkans summit in Sofia, Bulgaria, leaders settled on several areas where they would be willing accommodate President Donald Trump’s administration, on ...

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The Suicide of Europe

Europe is committing suicide. How did this happen? In this week’s video, Douglas Murray, author of The Strange Death of Europe, explains the two major causes of Europe’s impending downfall. Transcript The civilization born of Judeo-Christian values, ancient Greek philosophy and the discoveries of the Enlightenment is staring at the abyss, brought there by its own hand. To put it ...

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The Far Left: The Source Of All Evil In The Modern World

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Reflecting back on recent history, one realizes that the Communist Soviet Union and Nazi Germany were far-left, dictatorial nations: both of those governments controlled the economies of their nations, both ruled with an iron fist and punished their citizens at the will of the rulers without the protection of a constitution that had any value, each had government control of ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Thursday, May 25, 2017

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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will remain in Brussels, Belgium on Thursday. The first lady has no schedule events but the president’s schedule is full of meetings with EU leaders and NATO. The president will start his Thursday by meeting with EU leaders at the union’s headquarters before he meets with France’s President Macron at the U.S. ...

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EU President: I’ll Break Up the USA

EU president calls for U.S. break up

European Union Commission President Jean-Claude Junker threatened Thursday to break up the United States of America if President Trump did not become more supportive of the EU. Several speakers at the European People’s Party annual conference lashed out at the populist overtones that led to Brexit, but none took a harder line against Trump than Junker who sternly said that ...

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Brexit – A Portent for the EU and Possibly for America

Bigger is rarely better. Especially when it comes to governance. The “bigger” government is, the more detached from the governed it becomes; the more onerous its regulations and taxes become, and it becomes more susceptible to the ideologically motivated cause célèbre of the ruling elite. We have seen that verity over the past several years in America, and apparently the ...

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EU joins the fight against radical Islam

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The radical Islamic terror attacks on Paris and the huge influx of Syrian refugees have many members of the European Union joining the bombing campaign against the Islamic State and another nation assisting Israel in its defense against Iran. France was pulled into the air war on ISIS in September after a series of attacks including the brutal attack on ...

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Greece is given lifeline, but Sunday could be the end

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Greek ministers met with the EU, ECB and IMF leaders on Tuesday. The meeting resulted in a short-term loan to keep their banks afloat, but only until Sunday. Greece’s banks had almost completely run out of money. To help Greece survive until the meeting on Sunday, the European Central Bank (ECB) offered a small run of liquidity to Greek banks in trade for increased ...

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Will Greece turn to outright socialism?

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Red flags abound (pardon the pun) as Greece struggles with the results of decades of socialist-leaning policies. Socialism, as Lenin taught, is the pathway to communism, but the two are distinct. Both decry private ownership of property. Socialism puts command of industry in the hands of the government while communism gives ownership to the people (kind of.) Both result in lower ...

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Eurogeddon – Greece gives EU the one finger salute

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The polls are in and Greece’s citizens have decided to reject the austerity measures required by European creditors to secure more credit. In a sort of nationalistic pride, the ‘no’ vote seems to have won as citizens agreed with Greek Prime Minister Tsipras that EU leaders were acting like terrorists. Citizens see the austerity measures as blackmail – forcing them ...

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Greece Votes!

"Hellenic Parliament from high above" by Gerard McGovern

Greek polls have closed and the indication from exit polling data is that Greece will thumb its nose at the European Union. With just 20% of the vote officially tallied, the no’s are leading the yes’s 60% to 40%. A ‘No’ vote (OXI) means that Greeks refuse the spending cuts and financial restructuring measures required by the nation’s creditors in ...

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Germany begs Britain not to leave the European Union

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International finance news has been singularly focused on Greece and its possible exit from the EU, but there is another EU Island nation considering a break from the European Union. The British Conservative government has found dealing with the EU to be a bureaucratic nightmare and Prime Minister David Cameron has made public comments about his dissatisfaction with it. The ...

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EU goes Marxist, little opposition from citizenry

Europe turns to Marxism

Willing to do just about anything to avoid the collapse of their treasured Euro, Europeans are considering marxist policies so to save a failing currency. The Telegraph  reported that “Wealthy households would face new taxes on property and other assets under German plans to prop up the struggling eurozone.” When governments turn to the producers in their countries to fund ...

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EU Unemployment: Ouch!

European unemployment for May reached 11.1% making it the highest ever for a single currency area. Nearly, one in four adults in Spain is now unemployed but for the under 25 age group a critical 52% in Spain and Greece are unable to find work.  In total, 17.6 million people were out of work in the Eurozone in May, up ...

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