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Analysis: Clinton's Acceptance Speech carries weight of history

July 29, 2016

Analysis: Clinton’s  Acceptance Speech carries weight of history

by Heidi M. Przybyla

Philadelphia

In becoming the first woman to lead a major U.S. 1,087 more words

Governance

Romania Did This…And Now It’s Among The Fastest Growers In Europe

By Frank Holmes – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

In 1974 the American economist Arthur Laffer, then a professor at the University of Chicago, was having dinner with his friend Jude Wanniski, an associate editor of the Wall Street Journal. 775 more words

GDP & Employment

Hillary Clinton accepts the nomination of her Party

July 29, 2016

Hillary Clinton accepts the nomination of her Party

Hillary Clinton accepts the nomination of her party and achieves the distinction of being the first American woman to occupy the  White House in January, 2017 as the 45th President of the United States of America  and Commander in Chief. 895 more words

Governance

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin: Potential Partners – Not Allies or Even Friends, by George Szamuely

If you can’t stop Donald Trump any other way, make him out to be Vladimir Putin’s Manchurian Candidate because he thinks that finding areas of cooperation with Putin makes more sense than launching a war against him. 581 more words

Foreign Policy

2016 Elections and Hillary Clinton with Mark Provost

https://adifferentlenspodcast.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/mark-provost-2016-elections-interview.mp3

Today we interview online journalist and activist Mark Provost regarding the 2016 elections, now that its come down to Trump versus Clinton, with a particular emphasis on Clinton. 6 more words

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