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Ominous Implications Lurk In Trump, Putin Nuclear Remarks As Russia Cyber Attacks Neighbor

December 22, 2016

Trump Statement Follows Putin On Nuclear Weapons Russian autocrat Vladimir Putin and President-elect Donald Trump both made statements about their country’s nuclear arsenals on Thursday. Putin went first. According to the New York Times, Putin told an annual meeting of…

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This Is The Biggest Threat From A Trump Presidency, And We Need To Start Preparing For It

December 19, 2016

Trump’s Existential Threat To Our Democracy Everything I’m about to tell you I hope is wrong. I fervently hope that, years from now, someone will rub this article in my face and tell me, “See! You were so wrong!” And…

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A League Of Right-Wing Leaders Grows Under Trump’s Lead

November 26, 2016

Right-wing leaders join forces with the U.S. president-elect It almost seems as if a league of far right-wing leaders is being created across the world with president-elect Donald Trump as the leader. In reality, far-right figureheads have been emboldened by Trump’s…

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Germany’s Angela Merkel Proves Love Always Trumps Hate

July 28, 2016

Merkel defends rights of refugees in spite of attacks German Chancellor Angela Merkel refuses to allow fear to dominate the country’s political climate. he German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, has decided to stand by her open-door policy to refugees in spite…

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Putin Is Not F*cking Around, American Democracy Is Under Attack

July 25, 2016

How Vladimir Putin Is Threatening American Democracy he first eyebrow-raising moment was a week before Christmas in 2015 when Vladimir Putin endorsed Donald Trump for president, and Trump called it a “great honor.”  The connection between Putin and an American presidential…

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Clinton Campaign Points To Brexit Hangover With Warning: Don’t Drink The Trump Koolaid

June 25, 2016

Trump Arrives In The Middle Of Brexit Aftermath Presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump landed in the United Kingdom immediately following the country’s referendum on whether or not to leave the European Union (EU). The UK voted to leave the EU,…

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Breaking Britain: Brexit Vote Fallout Begins As PM’s Administration Crumbles

June 24, 2016

Cameron resigns as British Prime Minister after people voted for Brexit British Prime Minister David Cameron announced his resignation hours after the people of the UK voted yes to Brexit, an outcome he doubted and wished wouldn’t materialize. Cameron spent the…

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G.W. Bush’s Favorite Mercenary Under Investigation For Treason, Money Laundering

March 26, 2016

It seems that Erik Prince, founder of the scandal-plagued mercenary firm formerly known as Blackwater, might finally find himself in enough legal trouble to bring about charges and maybe some prison time. While he won’t be indicted for the slew…

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Why The EU Is Right To Support Asylum For Edward Snowden (VIDEO)

October 31, 2015

On Thursday, the parliament of the European Union (EU) took a bold step regarding whistleblower Edward Snowden. The step was taken at the risk of angering the United States. According to a press release from the parliament, a resolution was…

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Why The Iran Nuclear Deal Is Foolproof

July 16, 2015

Cue the trumpets! The US and Iran struck a nuclear deal earlier in July, along with world powers England, France, Germany, the EU and (cue the ominous violin) Russia and China. Since January, conservatives in America, Israel and the Sunni…

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