There seems no end to the Greek tragedy unfolding within the European Union. One year after a staggering €110-billion ($160-billion) bailout by the European Union barely saved Greece from bankruptcy, EU and IMF officials are meeting in Greece to consider another bailout in hopes of solving the ancient nation's massive debt crisis. 

Last May's bailout engineered by European Union politicians was roughly €10,000 for every man, woman, and child in Greece, or approximately half of its entire gross domestic product for a year. 

Opinions differ widely among nations as to which voting system is best: the American arrangement wherein two-parties are dominant or the multi-party system in Europe and so many other countries. If a country has a multi-party system, it must choose whether it will be a "first-past-the-post" method, in which the candidate with a plurality of the votes wins, or a system by which seats are apportioned according to political party slates.   

Europe's open borders insanity may finally be coming to an end. Last week, a commission of the European Union proposed allowing union members to close their borders if they fear an influx of migrants.

One of the great ironies of the feminist movement is that it stiffly maintains that the Judeo-Christian moral and theological traditions are a primary source of the oppression of women. The silence of feminists in the face of honor killings, female circumcision, and other horrific crimes of Islam is deafening.

Less than a month after Mexico’s highest-ranking law-enforcement official declared it would be at least four more years before drug violence begins to subside, 11 members of one police department have been kidnapped — including the chief of police.