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With empty government coffers, inflation of at least 20 per cent, and rising street crime and protests, Ms Kirchner has taken some extreme actions to…View More Don’t Cry for Me Argentinians
When Governor Romney offered his insight that “debates are not about winning” the day before the first presidential debate, he successfully managed to do what…View More The Vice President Outshines the Commander-in-Chief
Those Americans who lived through World War II are revered as ‘the Greatest Generation’ for a reason. Not only did ten per cent of the…View More Soldiers Without Uniforms
Hillary is moving on from Secretary of State and thinking of a promotion to Commander-in-Chief in 2016. So assuming President Obama will win the election…View More Who can fill Hillary’s Shoes?
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Romney won the first debate. Rasmussen in their first poll since the first debate has the challenger up 49% to the President’s 47% (the irony…View More Who will be CEO Romney’s COO for Foreign Policy?
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The ongoing rift between Japan and China over opposing claims to a group of islands in the East China Sea has accelerated the erosion of…View More The Third Wheel
Europe is one vote away from making Canada very unhappy. Since 2009, Canada and the EU have been negotiating a trade deal, the first between…View More Tar Sands Threaten to Pollute EU-Canada Relationship