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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Friday, July 14, 2017

Patrouille de France's Alpha Jets Bastille Day

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will join President Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife as they attend and view the French National Day Parade in celebration of Bastille Day. Afterward, the president and first lady will return to the United States and spend the weekend at the house on Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New ...

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President and First Lady to Visit Paris on Bastille Day

Eiffel Tower Paris France

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have been invited to Paris, France to participate in Bastille Day celebrations on Thursday. The U.S. president was invited this year as the guest of honor to mark the 100th anniversary of the United States entry into World War I which was a turning point. Russia had dropped out of the conflict ...

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In France, like the U.S., far left protesting election they lost

French election protests

Round one of the French presidential election has finished and only the far left is taking to the streets to protest, get tear gassed and arrested similar to the ultra-left extremists in America. Crowds of anarchists, anti-fascists and others clashed with police in Paris after early French presidential election results suggested Marine Le Pen would make it into the final ...

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Cirincione caught lying about the Iran deal

Trust, but let Iran verfy - A.F. Branco political cartoon

The proponents of the Obama administration’s deal with Iran are getting very desperate. Unable to defend the deal on its substance, they are resorting to blatant lies and ad hominem attacks. This propaganda is being orchestrated mainly by the treasonous Ploughshares Fund (an organization which seeks to disarm America unilaterally), in tight concert with the Obama White House. Ploughshares’ president, ...

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Defense Issues Weekly – week of May 12th, 2013

A satellite photo, with markings, of China’s underground submarine base at Jianggezhuang near Qingdao in northeastern China. The base is super-hardened against air and missile attacks. While this 2000s photo depicts only a Han and a Xia class submarine present outside the base, more submarines were based inside. This is the base from which Chinese SSBNs going on deterrence patrols ...

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Raise Tax on the Rich; the Rich Flee

President Obama keeps telling us that ‘the rich’ need to pay their fair share. But what happens when those who earn and have accumulated great wealth reach their breaking point? In France we can watch this ‘tax the rich’ scheme in play. Their new Socialist Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault promised the voters he would stave off austerity programs by increasing ...

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Adieu France, So Long Stability

French Socialist President Francois Hollande’s newly elected government is planning to raise taxes on big companies while deterring businesses from engaging in layoffs by making that process more costly. Hoping to nudge companies into investing rather than paying profits to shareholders, the government plans to impose a new 3% tax on dividends. Other plans include raising levies on capital gains, ...

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Fundraise and Fore! obama’s Answer to World Events

Israel issued warnings over security problems with Egypt. Militants from the Sinai Peninsula crossed over into southern Israel Monday and fired on a border security fence, killing one Israeli. The IDF moved tanks and other armed forces to the Israel-Egypt border in response to the attack. Egypt is on the offensive against Israel. Egypt’s presidential election results lean towards victory ...

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France goes [even more] Socialist

France’s new President Francois Hollande is a Socialist and his party is set to win the majority in the country’s legislature. Bloomberg.com is reporting  that Hollande’s coup isn’t complete yet, but will be shortly: Hollande will have to wait until the June 17 second round to know if he has an absolute majority or will need allies in parliament. In yesterday’s round, ...

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A Year of Historic Elections

The year 2012 is rapidly becoming a year of historic elections. Greece held one recently where no single Party won enough of the vote to form a government. In ensuing weeks, no progress was made by the nation’s Parties while negotiating to form a coalition. This potentially could lead to a chaotic situation – not just for Greece. The eventual ...

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Cradle to Grave Suicide

Alexis Tsipras, head of Greece’s Radical Left Coalition, declared that country’s commitment to austerity is over because voters have rejected those deals. “There is no way we will sneak back in again what the Greek people threw out”, Tsipras said. “This is an historic moment for the Left and the popular movement and a great responsibility for me,” he added, ...

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Sarkozy and Obama deride Netanyahu

The French News site Arret Sur Images has reported that due to a technical mishap, a very private conversation between French Prime Minister Nicolas Sarkozy and American President Barack Obama was accidentally relayed to the press. Apparently, the two heads-of-state moved to a private area after having been on the stage at the G20 conference. One or both of their wireless ...

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