Denmark’s minister of immigration and integration, Inger Stojberg, said that Denmark won’t allow any refugees into the country this year under a UN quota system.
President Trump should take note of the EU Court of Justice's bullying member nations on immigration policy, and get us out of NAFTA, and not even attempt to renegotiate.
North Korea tested its sixth and largest nuclear bomb on September 3 — a device it said was a hydrogen bomb — and world leaders expressed strong condemnation.
The weight of Maduro's unpayable debt, Trump's sanctions, and Harvey's weather are working together to sink Maduro.
Under the guise of bringing “democracy” to the United Nations, often ridiculed for its membership roster as the “dictators club,” powerful globalist and establishment forces in the European Union and beyond are pushing the idea of adding a “Parliamentary Assembly” to the UN. Such a planetary “Parliament,” globalists say, would give the UN some “democratic legitimacy” to usurp ever more control over the destinies of both individuals and nations. Already, some UN bosses such as former Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon have started referring to the UN as the “Parliament of Humanity.” But for advocates of liberty and national independence, the radical idea to further empower the UN is dangerous and must be opposed.
Spanish police are hunting for a suspected terrorist who drove a van into crowds strolling the La Ramblas pedestrian mall in Barcelona, killing 13 people.
Maduro is a Marxist thug and a tyrant and his people are dying thanks to the imposition of his socialism. But does that justify military intervention by the United States?
Communist China said that if North Korea launches missiles that threaten U.S. soil first and the United States retaliates, China will stay neutral.
Patience is one attribute missing in much of America's foreign policy decisions. In the case of Venezuela's Nicolás Maduro, who is trying to install himself as a dictator, a little patience could solve the problem.