Category: Foreign

Greece, America, and the Pension Tipping Point

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once famously quipped, “The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money.” This economic truth has finally become reality for Greece as its banks have shut down, its money supply is nearly gone, and its people have rejected a […]

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Chaos through Weakness

“This responsibility for preserving peace, which I believe is a responsibility peculiar to our country… we cannot shirk [this] responsibility as the leader of the free world because we are the only one who can do it. Therefore, the burden of maintaining the peace falls on us and to maintain […]

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Issue: Revolution in Ukraine

Background on Ukraine Large state of the former Soviet Union, approximately 46 million people, capital is Kiev, it is not currently a member of the European Union (EU) Lots of natural resources, very important to Russia because the bulk of Russia’s natural gas pipelines to Europe run through Ukraine The […]

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