If July 20 comes and goes without resolution or a payment from Greece, then the chances for a Greek exit not only from the euro but from the EU increase greatly.

The similarities between the fiscal problems in Greece and Puerto Rico are more than unnerving. They teach the dangers of acquiring debt while ignoring the lessons of the free market.

Offering yet another illustration of the true agenda behind what the United Nations mischaracterizes as “human rights,” UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon claimed the polarizing U.S. Supreme Court ruling purporting to redefine marriage for all 50 states was a “great step forward for human rights in the United States.” 

This surprising vote changes little: Greece is still insolvent and will remain so until the free market is allowed to flourish there.

A puppet with a YouTube channel, a sense of humor, and a German accent has been exposing and lambasting United Nations wrongdoing, sex abuse, pedophilia, coverups, and gross ethical challenges in a series of videos that is making waves on the Internet — and it apparently has upset senior UN officials embroiled in the growing scandals. For weeks now, “Professor Hans von Puppet,” as the lovable character from “Turtle Bay University” is known, has been hammering the UN, with a particular emphasis on the global outfit’s persecution of a Swedish whistleblower who exposed “peacekeeping” troops in Africa raping young children. 

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