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Coordinated Paris Terror Attacks Leave 150+ Dead

On Friday the 13th, 2015, a series of attacks in downtown Paris sent the city into panic. France shut its borders within hours of the suicide bombings and armed takeover of the Bataclan theater. With multiple suicide bombings and armed gunmen running the street,

TTIP Will Allow Corporations To Sue Governments, Reduce Regulation

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a free trade and investment agreement being negotiated between the European Union and the United States. If successfully passed, the TTIP would replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as the worlds largest free trade area,

Italy Demands Truth Over NSA Spying

Italian Interior Minister and Deputy Premier Angelino Alfano on Wednesday told journalists that Italian citizens need to know the truth about the extent of the alleged spying activities conducted by the US National Security Administration (NSA). A new report recently revealed that the communications

Renewed Interest In Solar Energy

Conventional sources of energy have wreaked havoc on the earth, giving rise to a market for alternative sources of energy. Out of this international interest grew a new revolution; the large-scale harvesting of sunshine.  Although we are commonly led to believe that alternative energy

The Risks and Realities Of Bitcoin

Bitcoin is an experimental new currency, which is still in active development. Bitcoins are an alternative medium of exchange, from state issued currencies such as the fiat American dollar. Bitcoins are a stateless currency which you can send anywhere in the world, in most

Prescott Bush: The Nazi-Bush Connection

Prescott Bush was part of a large banking group that funded the Nazi party and the uprising of the Third Reich. Prescott Sheldon Bush (1895-1972) married George Herbert Walker’s (1875-1953) daughter Dorothy Wear Walker (1901-1992) in 1921 and she was renamed of course, Dorothy Wear Walker Bush,