France’s strident green political voices are curiously silent this year. Perhaps it’s the bone-chilling spring.
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There is no doubt this time around this country is at the crossroad of philosophical governing. The purpose of government is in question in the 2012 election as never before. The United States of America is taking a new shape and all the cards are on the table. There are no rules that can’t be … Continue Reading →
(Michigan View editor Henry Payne traveled to Germany this month to revisit Berlin and Frankfurt for the first time in 28 years. He reports on what has changed in the once-divided country and what Market Socialist Europe – the troubled economic model for the Granholm and Obama administrations – portends for the U.S. Second of … Continue Reading →
President Barrack Obama is being blamed for the high gas prices Americans are paying at the pump. The president ran on making great changes in the energy policies of this country. We were told how the changes would impact us and we were told that gas prices would be higher. We knew that alternative energy … Continue Reading →
In my ongoing series on the stupidity of austerity cuts to cure deficits, here’s a new analysis that once again proves the point. The lede says it all: Europe’s “no pain no gain” attitude to solving its sovereign crisis risks exacerbating the bloc’s problems, choking off the very growth needed to raise the money to … Continue Reading →