Vice President Mike Pence (shown on right) asked the OAS (Organization of American States) to suspend Venezuela, and our UN ambassador Nikki Haley called on Venezuela's Marxist dictator, Nicolas Maduro, to step down.
Will President Trump's decision to move the American embassy in Israel to their capital city of Jerusalem touch off violence?
When creditors gather like vultures to pick over the bones of what's left of Maduro's regime, can his demise be far behind?
Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Union’s executive arm, thinks the EU should borrow more heavily from what he calls the "creative aspirations" of Karl Marx.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed Monday that “Iran lied” about not having a nuclear weapons development program. In fact, along with an impressive multimedia presentation, Netanyahu displayed “half a ton” of Iranian files — including “55,000 pages” and “another 55,000 files on 183 CDs” that “Israel obtained” from Iran in a “great intelligence achievement.” Netanyahu called the files “new and conclusive proof” that Iran has a program to develop nuclear weapons. But do the files prove what Netanyahu claims?
Given Kim’s past reputation as a hardliner, it is difficult to envision the North Korean agreeing to any denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula that does not include a U.S. commitment to eliminate U.S. nuclear-armed planes and ships from the area.
Political Retribution? Watchdog Group May Investigate Legal Team That Represented Alfie Evans' ParentsWritten by Raven Clabough
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), a legal watchdog that regulates lawyers and firms in England and Wales, has announced that it may pursue an investigation against the Christian Legal Centre’s role in the controversial legal battle over life support that ended with the death of 23-month-old Alfie Evans in England, five days after the baby was removed from his ventilator. Critics who claim that Alfie Evans should not have been taken off life support point to the investigation as political retribution and the latest example of England’s descent into tyranny.
"Happy birthday, Karl Marx," is what the president of the European Commission is slated to, in effect, say on May 5, the occasion of the radical philosopher's 200th birthday.
It’s bad enough that the British government played medical judge and jury before the death of little Alfie Evans, denying his parents the opportunity to take him to Italy for care. They also, say critics, have used the hate-speech principle to cover up their own complicity.