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Donald Trump: I’d be interested in vetting John Kasich for VP

Ohio Gov. John Kasich may be getting out of the presidential race, but he may still find his way onto the Republican general-election ticket. In a Wednesday CNN interview, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee said that he’d be interested in vetting Kasich as a potential vice-presidential running mate. “I’d be very interested in vetting John,” Donald Trump

Economics: NAFTA’s Impact on U.S. Workers

Economic Policy Journal – by Jeff Faux, The North American Free Trade Agreement (NATFA) was the door through which American workers were shoved into the neoliberal global labor market. By establishing the principle that U.S. corporations could relocate production elsewhere and sell back into the United States, NAFTA undercut the bargaining power of American workers,

Foreshock? A Significant Earthquake Just Hit The New Madrid Fault Seismic Zone

Michael Snyder | End Of The American Dream Very early on Sunday morning, a magnitude 3.5 earthquake hit western Kentucky. Could the earthquake that just struck the New Madrid fault seismic zone near the town of La Center, Kentucky be a “foreshock” for a much bigger quake yet to come? Very early on Sunday morning,

No Safe Space to Shoot Up

Debra J. Saunders, Larry Campbell, a former cop and former mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia, was appalled as he came to San Francisco to advocate a bill that would allow California cities to open safe injection centers like the one in his city for intravenous drug users. He’d “never seen the number of people sleeping

We are going to release the files we have, In two weeks, and we will bury Ted Cruz forever

Thomas Madison, from the, Powerdered Wig Society I have been saying this for months. In fact, Donald Trump tweeted one of my articles to the world a couple of months ago regarding the ineligibility of Both Canadian Cruz and anchor baby Rubio. It is good to know that The Donald reads Powdered Wig. Canadian Cruz

Trump calls Ford building plant in Mexico ‘an absolute disgrace’ #Trump2016

Ford Motor Co (F.N) on Tuesday announced it would invest $1.6 billion to build more small cars in Mexico, starting in 2018, triggering a fresh blast of criticism from Republican front-runner Donald Trump. Following the announcement, Trump labeled the move “an absolute disgrace.” “These ridiculous, job crushing transactions will not happen when I am president,”

The facts and the voters reward Trump for consistently opposing lopsided Trade Deals

Edmund Kozak, Trump Stands Firm on Trade. Donald Trump railing against unbalanced free trade proposals may be raising concerns among the Establishment and pro-free trade economists, but free trade deals have been a disaster for many in the country, and those hardest hit have rewarded Trump with votes in the GOP primary for his consistency. “High-tariff policies are like trade agreements running

Nuclear Fuel Fragment from Fukushima Found In EUROPE

The Nuclear Core Has Finally Been Found … Scattered All Over the World Washington’s Blog Fukushima did not just suffer meltdowns, or even melt-throughs … It suffered melt-OUTS … where the nuclear core of at least one reactor was spread all over Japan. In addition, the Environmental Research Department, SRI Center for Physical Sciences and

Close Call: Obama Successfully Avoids Another Presidential Moment

It’s beginning to look like President Obama has developed a chronic aversion to anything that might be mistaken for “leadership” in his second term. The Keystone XL pipeline was, again, delayed until after the 2014 elections. Of course, then again, maybe this wasn’t political. Maybe the White House just likes watching oil company stocks take

Global Study of 40 Countries: 56 Percent Say Abortion is “Unacceptable”

Daniel Doherty  I must say this is a remarkable feat of data collection. The Pew Research Center asked more than 40,000 people from 40 different countries around the world their opinions on seven moral issues, ranging from infidelity to birth control. The graph below shows the median answers respondents gave on each topic. As you might

Obama Administration delays Keystone XL again

A vitally-needed oil pipeline project, demanded by the vast majority of Americans, has been stymied for years, while the U.S. economy sputters along.  The people want action… but a small group of highly influential environmentalists has made blocking the pipeline into a religious crusade, upon which much of their movement’s prestige has been staked.  Every