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Bernie’s Greatest Weakness

I like Bernie……but as with any candidate there are weaknesses in their stands that trouble some…..for me it is their stands on the international stage and of course…..WAR. 160 more words


New face in the Peru race

Peru’s presidential election (first round due on 10 April) is volatile. So far Keiko Fujimori of the Fuerza Popular (FP) party has consistently led the opinion polls, but the electorate can’t seem to make up its mind over who should be number two. 402 more words


GOP Candidates Compete

The 2016 election is now in full swing….the candidate pool is diminishing and the rhetoric is heating up……

I have been watching and listening to the GOP candidates when they talk about what they would do to defend the US homeland……I understand the concern over the possibilities of some sort of uncoordinated attacks here and there…..but some of the rhetoric sounds a lot like some sort of crime…. 167 more words


Kosovo’s political crisis suggests its citizens are no longer willing to accept large-scale electoral fraud

Kosovo is no longer at war, but deeply entrenched problems persist. Andrea Lorenzo Capussela warns that socio-economic issues are now at risk of turning into a rapidly escalating political crisis. 2,086 more words


Calling for Candidates for MMA Executive Committee for 2016

MMA announces Executive Committee Elections 2016 once again . The previous announcement was cancelled because the number of applicants for the post was not sufficient to fill the Executive Committee posts. 96 more words


Will the Living Donald enter a Danger Zone?

Jan DeSirey, former co-ordinator of our MN Prager Discussion Group sent the following ‘article’ to me last November about the prospect if Donald Trump progressed well in the Republican race to the White House: 1,221 more words

Economics And Finance

Marco Rubio Takes His Turn to Ride the Post-Debate Wave

Ted Cruz may have gotten the most applause at CNBC’s GOP debate when he unloaded on the mainstream media – but most pundits agree: Marco Rubio was the night’s clear overall winner. 89 more words