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‘I’m a Citizen of the World’

‘I’m a Citizen of the World’

My dictionary first defines a citizen as a person owing loyalty to and entitled to the protection of a given state. A second definition is given as a resident of a city or town, especially one entitled to vote and enjoy other privileges there.

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The Greek Bailout Will Fail, Again

The Greek Bailout Will Fail, Again

Greece finds itself in the same demographic decline — with the working age population slowdown coinciding with the economic downturn — that Japan, the rest of Europe, and even the U.S. finds itself in.

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America: The World’s Policeman?

America: The World’s Policeman?

Prager University has a new video out, and it could be considered timely, since today is Memorial Day–the day set aside in America to honor all those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in military service to our country. Should America be the world’s policeman?

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Can We Have an Adult Conversation About Foreign Policy?

Can We Have an Adult Conversation About Foreign Policy?

Presidential primary season is upon us. It should be a time of great debate about the future of the country. Or we can spend time analyzing what Hillary Clinton ate at Chipotle in Iowa and whether she tipped.

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When The Cat’s Away, The Mice Will Play

When The Cat’s Away, The Mice Will Play

Step back. Take a look at the world today. It’s an unmitigated MESS! THis is what “leading from behind” has wrought. This is President Obama’s foreign policy: no foreign policy.

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Septic pump truck (Photo credit: Dwight Burdette)

America’s Chief Export: Immorality

Why are Americans so peeved? Is it Obamacare? Well, partly – and in a big way. One wonders, in fact, if that sign language interpreter at the Mandela funeral moonlighted as the lead IT consultant for Healthcare.gov. But it’s much more than just Obamacare. How do we explain America’s red-level economic and socio-political misery index?

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