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  • Russia could use Greece as a way to end economic sanctions
    Russia could use Greece as a way to end economic sanctions
    As Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras leaves for Moscow on April 7 to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday and Thursday, the fate of several key economic and geo-political events will be at stake, and of primary concern for...
  • Outcome from Charlie Hebdo attack could actually lead to breakup of EU
    Outcome from Charlie Hebdo attack could actually lead to breakup of EU
    On the surface, the attacks by Muslim extremists trained in Yemen against the French magazine, Charlie Hebdo appear to be cut and dry, with public outcry directed primarily at the Muslim community and Muslim extremism. However, former Assistant...
  • Scalise
    Scalise and the Politics of Race
    How Do You Show Up at a David Duke Event and Not Know What It Is? —Erick Erickson, editor of the right-wing blog Red State, tweeting on Steve Scalise.The question, of course, is rhetorical. Representative Steve Scalise of Louisiana, the...
  • Pa-Nash Euro
    Pa-Nash Euro Soul One Year Anniversary Party
    Pa-Nash Restaurant Bar & Lounge offers an upscale casual dining experience, unique and great tasting food, and live entertainment.Pa-Nash Euro Soul is celebrating their one year anniversary.Their signature dishes are unique and one of kind,...
  • Jim Willie: Source confirms that Germany is ready to leave EU, Euro, and NATO
    Jim Willie: Source confirms that Germany is ready to leave EU, Euro, and NATO
    On July 23, Dr. Jim Willie, a well respected statistician and founder of the Hat Trick Newsletter, was a guest on the USA Watchdog weekly podcast. During the 30 minute interview with host Greg Hunter, Dr. Willie provided an astonishing...
  • European Union and Euro appear to be on death's doorstep
    European Union and Euro appear to be on death's doorstep
    While much of the focus in 2013 has been on the global currency wars, China's rapid climb to second place in international finance, and a global disconnect from the dollar and America's economic supremacy, underneath it all may be the...
  • Cyprus crisis is only the latest in its heroic 11,000-year history
    Cyprus crisis is only the latest in its heroic 11,000-year history
    You know about the narrowly averted financial crisis in Cyprus, but here are fascinating facts you need to know about that nation called the "crossroads of civilization" by the Smithsonian.European Union leaders reached a last-minute...
  • Night view of Euro neon sign outside European Central Bank
    More violence in Europe as anti-austerity protests spread
    "Fire them, fire them!" yelled thousands of Spaniards on Saturday, referring to the government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.Demonstrators in Madrid – angered over a recession, a 25% unemployment rate (the rate is above 50% for...
  • Stock Market Weekly Recap - Aug 20 to Aug 24 2012
    Weekly Recap on the Stock Market
    Stock Market Weekly Recap: August 20, 2012 to August 24, 2012Stock: Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL)All of the news around Apple are the lawsuits with Samsung. After the market closed on Friday, Apple won a verdict of more than $1.05 billion. The case...
  • tension on the Iberian Peninsula
    Volatile week, a reflection of euro uncertainty
    High volatility was the overriding theme to the markets movement this week. The main center on volatility again was the developing crisis of debt in the Euro Zone. The week started with the threat of market contagion, focusing specifically on...
  • Berlusconi
    Berlusconi runs again for Prime Minsiter and Moody downgrades Italy
    Silvio Berlusconi announced Thursday that he will once again run for Prime Minister as head of the Party of Freedom (PDL), the party he spearheaded for almost 20 years.The media tycoon – and former Premier – succumbed to a confidence...
  • EU Flag
    The coming tide of populism in Europe
    With the Euro 2012 football championship decided, the continent will now turn its weary eyes to the Olympic games, while those who can afford to prepare for their constitutionally guaranteed summer vacation as decreed by theEU high court...
  • EU discussing creation of a new singular central bank
    EU discussing creation of a new singular central bank
    In a newly revealed classified document for the upcoming EU summit, the European Union is beginning the first stage of plans to create and implement a new singular central bank. The document, which was uncovered on June 17, shows the concept of a...
  • Prime Minister David Cameron
    G20: Cameron urges decisiveness in European crisis
    While meeting with world leaders at the G20 summit in Mexico, British Prime Minister David Cameron has asked that the eurozone countries, or euro area as they are officially known, act “clearly and decisively” to combat the on-going...
  • Olympics 2012
    Olympics on horizon bringing world together
    Europe is much in the news of late. There's the Euro zoneand the troubled 'Euro' currency. The financial problems of Greece and Spain are well publicized.We just witnessed theBritish Queen's elaboratecelebrations for the 60th year...
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