After almost four years of negotiations, the Canadian government and the European Union are reportedly close to finalizing a controversial integration deal known as the “Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement” (CETA). President Obama announced earlier this year that his administration was also pursuing a similar “free trade” package with the EU, which analysts say could pave the way for a “Transatlantic Union” encompassing all of North America and most of Europe.

According to experts, a North American Free Trade Agreement-EU super-bloc with power over national governments and economies on both sides of the Atlantic would become the de facto regulatory regime for the entire planet.

VIDEO - Joe Wolverton, II, J.D., who covered the UN Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) conference for The New American, warns after the end of the conference on Friday, March 28, that the global gun grab is on track. Though there was no consensus vote on the treaty, the treaty will be submitted to the General Assembly for a vote, and U.S. President Barack Obama has indicated he will sign it and submit it to the U.S. Senate for ratification.
VIDEO - NEW YORK- Covering the Arms Trade Treaty at the United Nations Headquarters, Joe Wolverton, a writer for The New American, warns the public of a disarmament of civilians throughout the globe. This treaty would allow the United Nations to restrict the manufacture, trade, transfer, and sale of weapons and ammunition. Would this mean the Second Amendment would no longer apply?

As Mexico's bloody drug war continues between the cartels and the government, America's presidential candidates seem not to notice the war across the southern border.

As a new leader rises to the top of the Zetas — one of Mexico’s most violent and powerful drug cartels — the belief that the situation across America’s southern border could not get any worse has proven to be a failure of imagination. Even by the vicious standards of the cartels, Miguel Angel Treviño Morales stands out as a man described by experts as “extremely brutal, to the point of sadism.” As the Mexican government continues its fifth year of open warfare against the cartels — a war in which 50,000 people have already lost their lives — the rise of Morales to power illustrates a deteriorating situation which seems to drift more and more out of control.

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