The European Union is struggling financially, struggling to maintain domestic harmony, and struggling with the influx of very non-European migrants, many of whom are escaping disastrous NATO interventions.
Monthly ArchivesNovember 2015
It may seem callous at first, but I wasn't struck by the horrific massacre in Paris. A little surprised perhaps, but it merely capped off a bloody week around the world, and Paris got off easy, it's the game that matters.
In the longest election campaign in nearly a century, Canadians have ousted the ruling Conservative party with prejudice. The race was between a party of fear, a party of opportunism, and a party of hope. Hope won, but it wasn't guaranteed.
Let's examine the Trans-Atlantic Partnership treaties for what they are, corporate giveaways. It may be obvious, but intentions really don't matter in a contract, only the words and definitions. Let's explore how this work away from the rhetoric.