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Peace President

Regulating An Internet Mob

  NOVEMBER 13, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN THE RIGHT  

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Thankfully, there are robots coming...

Following the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, rioting protests struck out of the boat-people states, marring the...
#Barck Obama #Usa #Presidency #Immigration #Labor

Patrick Halliday

a Loss to Europe??

Losing Overseas Is Bad, But A Loss To Europe Is The Worst

  NOVEMBER 4, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN FOREIGN POLICY  

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America is gripped in the kind of cultural isolationism that ruins Empires.

Historians will quip that Bill Clinton was called the first Black President, but then again that might offend someone and then we'll never get to...
#Disengaging #Economists #Play Fair #Support Families

Patrick Halliday

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I am not categorically liberal or conservative. Every sensible person or subject deserves equal consideration. Any other approach is the epitome of idiocy.

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Economic Recovery...

But, not for all of us.

  JANUARY 22, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT  

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Between 2010 and 2013 the majority of families median income fell 5%

There seems to exist a tremendous disconnect between the general macro indicators of the economy, and how those indicators positively impact the...
#Barack Obama #Economic Recovery #Laborers #Money

Claude Morton

Embracing Change

Progression Requires the Unknown

  JULY 11, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT  

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We have been conditioned to the point where we no longer feel a need to progress...

Often when I discuss my political philosophies and ideas with people, which happens on a daily basis, I have noticed some trends developing. The most...
#Progression #Change #Federal Reserve

Claude Morton

Berlusconi Gets 7 Years

Abusing power and having sex with an underage prostitute

  JUNE 25, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN NEWS AND WEB REPRINTS  

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It is absurd to suggest I have paid for a rapport with a woman.

A panel of judges Monday sentenced former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to seven years in prison for abusing power and having sex with an...
#Berlusconi #Italy #Prostitute #Sex #President

Aaron Stipkovich

Elena Panaritis

List of 2000 Rich Tax Evaders in Greece

  JANUARY 11, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE  

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Greek government in a bind and must be seen to take action, but list includes the most powerful...

The EU has given Greece a list of 2000 extremely wealthy, prominent Greeks who are evading paying taxes. Greek government in a bind. Must be seen to...
#Greece #Economy #Taxes #Crime #Elena Panaritis

Charles Faddis

Social Security trouble

Cutting through the Fog

  DECEMBER 6, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT  

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Social Security is in trouble... but the reasons may be because of private industry and politicians.

When asked about entitlements such as Social Security, Lloyd Blankfein (CEO of Goldman Sachs) recently stated to CBS News : "'you can...
#Social Security #Entitlements #Lloyd Blankfein

Claude Morton

Elena Panaritis

An interview with former World Bank economist

  OCTOBER 25, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE  

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Reality Check Analysis from a former MP of the Greek parliament

Elena Panaritis is an institutional economist, property rights expert, and social entrepreneur. In more than a decade as an economist at the World...
#Greece #Golden Dawn #Economy #Austerity

Charles Faddis

The Hunger Line

The food crisis hits Europe.

  OCTOBER 14, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE  

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In Athens, one in every eleven people eats regularly at a soup kitchen.

Much of the United States has been suffering for months under drought conditions. The same has been true in key agricultural areas of Europe. The...
#Europe #Food #Hunger #Famine #Economy

Charles Faddis

The necessity of Royalty

Is the presense of royalty helping the societies they rule?

  SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS  

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The cost of the Royal Family to the English people is now around 41.5 million pounds per year.

As an American immigrant into Sweden, I have a bit of unique perspective on royalty in society. If you asked most Swedes about their Queen (She's...
#Royalty #Queen Elizabeth #Saudi Arabia #Sweden

Anthony Bevilacqua

Drug testing for welfare

But Only For The Poor

  AUGUST 8, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT  

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Non-human entities receive over three times the welfare of human beings.

Over 22 states are considering enacting laws which will require social welfare recipients, including the working poor, to take a drug test before...
#Drug Test #Welfare #Regulation

Claude Morton

THE NEXT ARGENTINA

Greece Poised to Take the Plunge

  JULY 11, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE  

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Scrawled across one wall next to a small snack stand were the words, in English "Athens Burns".

In December 2001, the streets of major cities in Argentina erupted in mass protests and violence. Across the nation, desperate Argentineans, many of...
#Greece #Debt #Economy #Europe

Charles Faddis

THE EMBERS Begin TO GLOW

A Rebirth for Italian Terrorism?

  JUNE 10, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE  

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The social and economic fabric of Italy is at risk.

On March 16, 1978, Aldo Moro, the former Prime Minister of Italy and head of Italy's largest and most powerful political party, the Christian...
#Italy #Red Brigades #Nuclear #Economy #Europe

Charles Faddis

Shakil Afridi and the CIA

The Pakistani Doctor, CIA, and Austerity.

  MAY 26, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE COPELAND CHRONICLES  

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Miles Copeland on the correct approach to the economy and economic correctness.

When Miles Axe Copeland III was born on May 2, 1944, there was a very bright star in the sky, though no one is quite certain which star it was. There...
#Shakil Afridi #Austerity #Miles Copeland #Cia

Aaron Stipkovich

Dancing off the cliff

The Spirit of Greek Independence

  MAY 9, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE  

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Constantinople fell in 1453. Greece did not regain its independence until 1832.

On December 15, 1803 a group of Greek women and children fleeing the clutches of the Turksih-Albanian potentate Ali Pasha, who had only days before...
#Greece #Debt #Economy #Europe

Charles Faddis

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Dr. augusten

Augusten Burroughs enters the realm of self-help

  APRIL 28, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE  

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Burroughs is always, candidly, shockingly, frighteningly honest

This Is How: Help for the Self: Proven Aid in Overcoming Shyness, Grief, Molestation, Disease, Fatness, Lushery, Spinsterhood, Decrepitude &...
#Books #Augusten #Burroughs

Anthony Bergen

All The Austerity You Can Handle

Bringing The Government Back To Reality

  MARCH 30, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE RIGHT  

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We need to stop judging our societal capacity for compassion by our ability to dole out dollars.

Austerity: Sternness or severity of manner or attitude (New Oxford American Dictionary). I don't really understand why modern movements...
#Paul Ryan #Weiner #Austerity

Aaron Stipkovich

The world's policeman?

The world doesn't need us in the job

  OCTOBER 31, 2011 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT  

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Does Chavez seriously imagine Venezuela is entitled to a foreign policy we don't like?

It's time for America to stop being the world's policeman. It's not good for us, and it's not good for the world. Certainly...
#International #Dictatorship #Police #Worldwide

Fraser Sherman

No Mill, No Town

We need to balance our budget and live within our means

  OCTOBER 6, 2011 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE  

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They say there is no bipartisanship in Washington, nothing on which the two major parties can agree.

Imagine a small factory town like those that used to dot Pennsylvania and New York States. The total population is a few thousand people. ...
#Budget #Bipartisanship #Manufacturing

Aaron Stipkovich

London is ablaze

The nightmare has only just begun.

  AUGUST 10, 2011 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE  

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All of this unrest is fueled by a deteriorating economic situation.

London is ablaze. Violence has spread to Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool as well. For four days, the streets have been filled with...
#London #Riots #Debt #Europe #Economy #Finance

Aaron Stipkovich

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