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Free holidays for all.

Free holidays and stay for as long as you like.

Yes they are free.

Want to go to a foreign country, all your needs provided for and its all free. 174 more words

Crime

An Aimless Strategy in Syria

This morning, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter and JCS Chairman General Martin Dempsey are once again testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee. Often these meetings are political posturing but sometimes the questions are pertinent and the answers are revealing. 446 more words

Policy

Why Commemorate Victims?

Why Commemorate Victims?

London. 7 July. A lot of solemn and sensitive services for victims of the July bombings in London and the poor wretches repatriated from a bloody Tunisian beach. 314 more words

World Affairs

Iran Nuclear Talks Continue After Blowing Past Second Deadline

(VIENNA) — Iran nuclear talks busted through their second deadline in a week Tuesday, raising new questions about the ability of world powers to cut off all Iranian pathways to a bomb through diplomacy. 933 more words

Greece At The Rubicon

When the Euro was set up, they knew it was a fraught proposition, binding themselves to each other financially. The Germans in particular, fearful about giving up the strong Deutschemark, insisted on strict penalties for any country whose deficit breached 3% of GDP. 951 more words

Politics

Can Greece ever find freedom and democracy again?

The Greek situation has crumbled, but none of this was unexpected. It was a tragedy waiting to happen. Their own Greek tragedy, yet this time the EU had a part to play in it. 682 more words

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