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Inauguration Protests: The Hypocrisy of the Left Divides America

Inauguration Protests: The Hypocrisy of the Left Divides America

Elena Rider January 21, 2017 0

It could easily be a picture of two different countries: crowds of smiling, patriotic Trump supporters cheering as their new President announces an end to difficulties for the working class and vows to eradicate

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15 September: When the US Fed Called Time on Lehman

15 September: When the US Fed Called Time on Lehman

David Buik September 15, 2016 0

Having been in the market place for 53 years I suppose 15th September 2008 has to be the worst day in the history of banking by a country mile. Erin Callan, the FD of

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How the numbers are adding up for Trump

How the numbers are adding up for Trump

Joe Peverill May 7, 2016 0

With a critical victory in the Indiana primary on Tuesday the billionaire businessmen Donald Trump, originally ridiculed by the GOP elite as a reality TV candidate, was declared the presumptive presidential nominee of the

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A Conservative Defense of the #SCOTUSmarriage

A Conservative Defense of the #SCOTUSmarriage

Robert Tyler June 27, 2015 0

Yesterday the Supreme Court of the United States of America ruled in a landmark case that saw Same-Sex Marriage made legal across all 50 states. The Court ruled 5 to 4 in favour of

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The Return Of Great Power Diplomacy

The Return Of Great Power Diplomacy

Lee Jenkins March 6, 2014 2

In case you missed it, international relations has gone all retro Despite what Twitter has told you, WW3 is not imminent, and nor is a new Cold War; the nuclear weapons aren’t one a

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Have The Palestinians Scuppered The Latest Peace Talks?

Have The Palestinians Scuppered The Latest Peace Talks?

Backbencher November 14, 2013 0

Quell surprise; Middle Peace talks are going nowhere. But who’s to blame? Bad news and acrimony seem to be the only tangible products coming out of the latest round of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. At

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74% of Americans blame Republicans for government shutdown

74% of Americans blame Republicans for government shutdown

Backbencher October 17, 2013 0

Lizzie Roberts examines the consequences the US government shut-down has had, and the potential future effects. On Wednesday afternoon, we finally saw the light at the end of the tunnel for the US government

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The Overplayed Historic Comparisons Of China-US Relations

The Overplayed Historic Comparisons Of China-US Relations

Lee Jenkins August 15, 2013 2

How China and the United States interact will shape the next century. They have the potential to lead the world into a new golden age of peace, prosperity, and security for all – or

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Trayvon, Zimmerman, & Self Defence

Trayvon, Zimmerman, & Self Defence

Backbencher July 18, 2013 1

The Trayvon Martin case in the US has raised a lot of emotions on all sides of the political spectrum, with arguments about racial profiling, gun control, the right of self-defence and the amount

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Syria: The Water Remains Muddy

Syria: The Water Remains Muddy

Backbencher June 24, 2013 1

With the situation in Syria turning to chemical weapons, the international community are finally taking action. Last week President Obama finally spoke out and announced what Britain and France already knew, that the Assad

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