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The End of the Euro is nigh. All that’s left now is food for the vultures. UPDATE: Neil Hume at Alphaville reports, "they have it all planned: they are going to sink the ship (Greece). Merkel is...
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Greece is “rescued.” One trillion dollars worth of paper. This is Europe’s TARP… and we all saw how well that worked. This billion-dollar bailout is the signal sign that at the heart of the Eur...
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Dr. Ferdinand Schmitz of the Federated Association of German Plant Breeders is saying enough is enough. "Field destruction is not a victimless crime," says Dr Schmitz in a recent press release (in German unfortunately -- translation below). "The losses to
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Following the shameful revocation of Hirsan Ali's passport by the Dutch immigration Minister Rita Verdonk mentioned here earlier this week, it's worth reminding yourself why this woman matters, and why this latest insult has been the last straw for her an
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Ayaan Hirsan Ali, the Dutch Immigration Minister has now revoked her passport, following which Ali has resigned her seat in parliament and suggested it's time to move to the States. Why doesn't the US treat all prospective immigrants with such warmth?
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When it comes to rioting in the streets, who does it better, more often, and so regularly for the wrong reasons than the French?
The present riots are protesting laws planned to make it easier to sack employees aged under twenty-six; and the present pr