Theresa May faces disaster, Macron is reeling from "yellow vest" riots, Merkel is on her way out, and Salvini is leading the charge against the EU.
The Brexit vote wasn't an expression of racism and stupidity. It was an expression of hope and nostalgia, and of disgust. The U.K won't collapse because of it.
Brexit supporters and Trump voters have a lot in common: They aren't in the educated, social or economic elite, and globalism isn't making their lives better.
Brexit has been voted on and approved: All that's left to do is smile, grab a pint at the pub and sing loudly
Does the populist majority win in Britain gives Trump’s presidential campaign an election year boost? Many say yes.
WASHINGTON, June 17, 2016 – It’s been one truly strange Wall Street week, as dueling narratives—federal government lies vs. political reality on the ground—are driving more traders to head for the exits this week. For the most part. Thursday’s trading action saw markets tanking big-time, until, bizarrely, the tragic assassination of Jo Cox, a pro-EU ...
WASHINGTON, June 6, 2016 – Monday morning markets are off to the races, at least as of the noon hour. Today’s rocket fuel? Apparently upon re-thinking the issue, traders have decided that last week’s bad news on employment is good, meaning that companies can continue to use cheap, low interest-rate financing to buy back shares, ...
In London, Obama hinted at economic warfare against Britain if the British people don't exercise democracy wisely by ceding national sovereignty to the E.U.
One currency, one union? More like one big mess. The European Union is destined to fail.
Greek P.M. Tsipras demands that Greece get its due; its 'due' is probable default and a 'Grexit' from the euro-zone.
The Eurozone isn't big enough for Germany and Greece; it's time for Greece to go.
Statist policies have predictably resulted in spectacular failures in every aspect
Heavily veiled as an attempt to stifle the illicit global arms trade currently responsible for adding fuel to the fire of countless wars and conflicts around the globe, the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) has far reaching implications for the sovereignties and individual liberties of American citizens.
Fighting along clearly divided geographical lines with equal or somewhat equal international support could lead to a stalemate in any combat that would arise.