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Leftist Presidential Candidate Refuses To Recognize Mexican Election

West urges Arabs not to target Israel at U.N. nuclear meet

France to pay 75% of salary to hire young, shocking unemployment rates in Europe

Riots In Mombasa After Killing Of Muslim Cleric

17 Afghans beheaded in insurgent attack on party for dancing

Israel Says Egypt Violating Peace Treaty In Sinai

Netanyahu ‘determined to attack Iran’ before US elections, claims Israel’s Channel 10

Saudi Arabia opposes .gay internet domain name

Chinese companies pull out of US stock markets

    Yahoo Finance: a Chinese business magazine said a state bank has provided $1 billion in loans to help companies with listings abroad move them to domestic exchanges . . . The withdrawals follow accusations of improper accounting by some companies and a deadlock between Beijing and Washington over whether U.S. regulators can oversee their China-based auditors. Some Chinese companies say they are pulling out of U.S. markets because a low share price fails to reflect the strength of their business. Withdrawing also eliminates the cost of complying with American financial reporting rules.


  • Posted: 08/14/2012
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Islamist takeover complete: Morsi Fires Top Defense Brass

Egypt Military Shows No Sign Of Opposing President

Republic of Ireland abandoning religion faster than almost every other country

Blair is “deeply worried” UK may leave EU: paper

French socialists plan a 75% tax rate on the “rich”

The natural map of the Middle East | Pat Buchanan

    Pat Buchanan at Human Events: “Apart from political maps of mankind, there are natural maps of mankind. … One of the first laws of political stability is to draw your political boundaries along the lines of the natural map of mankind.” So wrote H.G. Wells in “What Is Coming: A Forecast of Things to Come After the War” in the year of Verdun and the Somme Offensive.


  • Posted: 08/07/2012
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Palestinians to seek U.N. status

Richard Landes: Romney Is Right on Culture and the Wealth of Nations

    Richard Landes at Wall Street Journal: But Israel (which neither book examined) and the Arab world (which only the Landes book examined) illustrate the primacy of culture as both necessary and sufficient for economic development. Israel, a country with no natural resources, an economic backwater even in the Ottoman Empire, rose to the top of the developed world in a century on culture alone. The Arab nations, on the other hand, illustrate the necessity of a certain kind of culture: Even those with vast petrodollars still have among the least productive economies in the world.


  • Posted: 08/06/2012
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Islamists sidelined in new Egypt cabinet

UN Assembly to ask Syria’s Assad to step down

Obama authorizes secret U.S. support for Syrian rebels

White House: Romney’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital contradicts U.S. policy

China Says Romney’s Comments On Jerusalem Wrong

Olympic opening ceremony promotes socialized medicine

Romney: US has ‘moral imperative’ to aid Israel in its defense against a nuclear Iran

In shift by Egypt, president meets Hamas leader

51 senators voice grave concerns with arms treaty

Rasmussen: 51% Say U.S. Should Help Israel If It Attacks Iran

China’s leaders meet, show unity before transition

For the First Time, Canadians Now Richer Than Americans

CCR and ACLU Charge That Killings Violated the Constitution and International Law

UN Assoc. of the USA Receives $50K UPS Grant to develop “global citizens”

Lopez Obrador demands recount in Mexican election vote

Nicolas Sarkozy’s home raided by French police

Mexico’s leftists again question presidential vote

Opposition to UN arms treaty heats up

Thousands protest Chinese rule as new Hong Kong leader sworn in

Demands grow for UK to consider cutting EU ties

Brazil police say child-porn ring broken up

Will Britain finally replace the House of Lords? Divine Right of Kings cited in opposition

    AP: One hereditary peer, ex-government minister David Trefgarne, has even claimed that mere mortals have no right to meddle with the Lords.He suggested that because his seat in the House of Lords was granted to his ancestors by Britain’s monarch – once regarded as having won the right to rule directly from God – the privilege is one conferred by divine right.


  • Posted: 06/27/2012
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Shariah-compliant finance gaining ground in the West

Putin to Israel: Don’t Rush to Strike at Iran, Look at American Failures – Iraq Now Pro-Iranian

ICANN pauses system to decide suffix review order

Latvian Justice Minister Resigns In Protest Over Proposed Holocaust Restitution

Israel expelling 150 South Sudanese

Germany rebuffs Obama on Euro advice, says take care of your own debt

Hamas announces cease-fire with Israel

Survey: Asia’s millionaires outnumber NAmerica’s

“Militants cross into Israel from Egypt, 1 killed”

French socialists win absolute majority in Parliament

UN: 800,000 forced to flee their countries in 2011

Google reports ‘alarming’ rise in censorship by governments

Venezuela Overtakes Saudis to Hold World’s Biggest Oil Reserves

The Movement for Global Taxation

Russia: Tens of thousands protest Putin despite crackdown

EU: movement of money, people can be limited

80% in the UK demand vote to quit the EU

18 rescued in child pornography raids, feds say

Israel offers cash to African migrants to leave

Feds break international child porn operation

In communist NKorea, inequality assigned at birth

Rasmussen: 80% of Americans oppose UN control of the Internet

Europe’s Green Energy Suicide

China warns foreign embassies publishing smog readings is illegal

China Challenges Dollar With Yen-yuan Deal

U.S. To U.N.: Hands Off The Internet

Google adds feature to help China searchers

Ireland votes ‘yes’ to EU treaty with 60.3 pct

Time Bomb? U.S. and European Banks Pressured to Buy Government Debt

Lawmakers introduce measure to fight UN regulation of the Net

China: Some still in jail 23 years after Tiananmen

Pope removes Canadian homosexual bishop caught with child porn

U.S. lets China bypass Wall Street for Treasury debt