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The European Union seems much more likely to fall apart for an entirely different reason then economica issues and that is ISIS. The open borders discussion has grown and migrated, (pun intended), from a political debate among E.U. elites to the #1 pressing issue on the streets of Europe. This is a political nightmare for the statist bureaucrats who have been working for decades to reduce true representative democracy all for the goal of a unified and monolithic economic entity without worrying about being hindered by annoying little things like the will of the people.Its best weapon in that fight has always been using the accusations of racism and xenophobia against those who refused to integrate and obey the E.U. fully and quickly enough in all matters of economics, immigration, and tax law with a mostly compliant state-sponsored news media on its side. read more
Desperate world leaders today lined up to try to woo Russian President Vladimir Putin to back global efforts to defeat ISIS. Mr Putin is seen as holding the key to resolving the bloody civil war in Syria which has given rise to ISIS fanatics.It has led to the spectacle of US President Barack Obama, British PM David Cameron and Saudia Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud posing for photos with the Russian President.
Feminist Stalwart versus Transgender Icon: It may sound like a warped new comic strip, but really it's the first installment in what could be a series of very real conflicts between warring politically correct factions.Germaine Greer, the 76-year-old author of "The Female Eunich," is making waves by lambasting the idea that Caitlyn Jenner may be honored by Glamour Magazine as "Woman of the Year." Jenner isn't a woman, says Greer. He's just attention-starved and seeking to steal the limelight from the women in the Kardashian family. read more
You wouldn't know it from the happy spin emanating from the Oval Office, but a Third World revolt in Bonn, Germany, this week almost derailed the Paris climate change negotiations in November. Although peace has been restored for now, it only happened by papering over this fundamental conundrum: The world can either avert climate catastrophe or seek "climate justice," not both. read more