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Pope Francis Expects to Unite the World With Encyclical

Pope Francis Expects to Unite the World With Encyclical

  Pope Francis’ Edict to the People  Pope Francis has written an encyclical, that is expected to unite the world to move to action. However, there is a rumor that the Pope has been editing his encyclical over the past few weeks, since listening to assembled protesters and the conference may have impacted his original […]

France Targeted by German and NSA Spying

France Targeted by German and NSA Spying

Early Thursday, a front-page article in the German daily newspaper, “Süddeutsche Zeitung,” reported that France had been the target of spying by the German intelligence agency BND on behalf of the NSA. This report, seeming very much in the spirit of Edward Snowden, also suggests that German Chancellor Angela Merkel was in support of the […]

Iran Nuclear Deal Negotiations Begin in Congress

Iran Nuclear Deal Negotiations Begin in Congress

The debate over the Iranian nuclear deal began Tuesday in Congress. The Senate voted down a measure that would have rendered the deal an international treaty. The measure failed with a vote of 57-39 but had it passed, Congress would have had to review each amendment to the Iran Nuclear Act in the future. The […]

Senator Bernie Sanders to Announce Candidacy for President

Senator Bernie Sanders to Announce Candidacy for President

According to reports, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) will announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential race on Thursday. Sanders is to release a concise statement on Thursday and hold an official campaign kickoff in a few weeks in Vermont. By Sanders announcing his candidacy, it means that former secretary of state Hillary Clinton will have a […]

John Kerry Meets With Iran’s Zarif at Central Park Residence

John Kerry Meets With Iran’s Zarif at Central Park Residence

On Monday, United States Secretary of State John Kerry met with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif at the residence of Iran’s United Nations Ambassador overlooking Central Park in New York. This was the first time the two have met since April 2 in Lausanne, Switzerland, when the two agreed on the limitations restricting Iran’s […]

Fitch Rating Downgrade for Japan While PM Visits U.S. About Bullet Trains

Fitch Rating Downgrade for Japan While PM Visits U.S. About Bullet Trains

On Monday, Japan’s Fitch Rating dropped coinciding with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to the United States. This drop in the county’s Fitch Rating reflects domestic concerns about a growing debt and choices to delay increasing sales tax. This week Abe will be meeting with President Barack Obama to discuss changes to the two nations’ […]

Bill Clinton’s Hidden Financial Sources

Bill Clinton’s Hidden Financial Sources

Bill Clinton, former U.S. President and husband of 2016 Democrat Presidential hopeful Hillary, has had quite a successful number of years at the speaker’s podium, though the sources of his substantial income remain for the most part, hidden. Following his presidency from 1993 until 2001, Clinton embarked on a career of public speaking, which began […]

Hillary Clinton Moves Forward With ‘Hookers for Hillary’ Campaign [Video]

Hillary Clinton Moves Forward With ‘Hookers for Hillary’ Campaign [Video]

Hillary Rodham Clinton’s nomination for the Oval Office has championed the support of prostitutes at Moonlite Bunny Ranch. This world-famous brothel, located in Carson City, Nevada, is owned by Dennis Hof. These “Bunnies” recently started a new campaign in support of Clinton titled, Hookers For Hillary. Following Clinton’s formal announcement, the women joined together to declare […]

Hillary Rodham Clinton Subtly Running as a Woman

Hillary Rodham Clinton Subtly Running as a Woman

Hillary Clinton spoke at the annual Women in the World Summit this week. This conference hosts female political leaders, celebrities, and activists all over the world who are working to promote women’s rights. Clinton spoke about the expanding of women’s rights as well as opportunities for women that are currently male dominated. She stood her […]

Loretta Lynch Named Attorney General

Loretta Lynch Named Attorney General

Loretta Lynch has just become the first, African-American woman to be named Attorney General. It was not a decision that was made quickly, even with everyone wanting to replace Eric H. Holder Jr., they were hesitant because of Lynch defending President Obama in his executive actions on immigration. Republicans had been going over this decision for […]

European Union and Australia Come Together

European Union and Australia Come Together

European Union and Australia are strengthening their bond as like-minded countries. They are both committed to prosperity and security for their countries. It seems that European Union and Australia are truly making an effort to come together. Their values in rulesbased international system, human rights, and respect for democracy coincide with one another. Both EU […]

Everglades: Focus of Obama This Earth Day [Video]

Everglades: Focus of Obama This Earth Day [Video]

This Earth Day President Barrack Obama is focusing on policy related to the Florida Everglades. President Bill Clinton first pushed for, and Congress enacted, the Everglades Restoration through Water Resources and Development Act in 2000. At that time, Clinton had expressed his fondness for the Everglades while noting the important role climate change will play […]

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