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Berlin has delivered a blistering attack on Greece’s beleaguered radical prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, accusing him of lying to his own people and seeking scapegoats for the country’s misery everywhere but in his own ranks. Hyou are a bad boy! BAD boy! You veel get NO money! Shame on hyou for vanting zee better heconomy for hyour peoplez!
Democratic Sens. Chuck Schumer of New York and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut announced they would introduce legislation to extend Chapter 9 federal bankruptcy protection to Puerto Rico, despite strong opposition from some Republicans and lukewarm support from the Obama administration. The bill would be a companion to one introduced in the House by Pedro Pierluisi, Puerto Rico’s Democratic non-voting member of Congress. That proposed legislation has been backed by Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). Schumer, who is in line to succeed Harry Reid as the next Democratic leader in the Senate, said that he and Blumenthal are in the market for a Republican co-sponsor to try to move the bill after Congress returns from the July 4th recess. “Senator Blumenthal and I will introduce this bill either way, but we are hoping to get Republican co-sponsors to make this bill bipartisan”? Schumer said Tuesday in a statement.
The $100 billion BRICS Contingency Fund, that leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa had approved last year to combat currency crises, will be operational in 30 days, the Brazilian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday. Lawmakers from all five countries have now ratified their participation in the agreement. China will provide the bulk of the funding with $41 billion, Brazil, Russia and India with $18 billion each, and South Africa with $5 billion. “The agreement aims to provide temporary resources to BRICS members facing pressure in their balance of payments. This instrument will contribute to promoting international financial stability, as it will complement the current global network of financial protection,” the Brazilian Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Huh! So these countries formed their own monetary fund (years ago) with the intent to launch it when the global economic collapse was starting. Intellesting... Velly intellesting! And NOW... They're launching their monetary fund. Hmmm... Does that mean they are expecting this global collapse!?
A record 93,626,000 Americans 16 or older did not participate in the nation’s labor force in June, as the labor force participation rate dropped to 62.6 percent, a 38-year low, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A draft of part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal leaked to the Politico website suggests the US is demanding increased protections for pharmaceutical companies, restricting access to the lower-cost generic versions of drugs that agencies such as New Zealand's Pharmac buy.
U.S. officials, from President Obama, to Secretary of State John Kerry, repeat themselves with empty assurances that the deal, if it comes after the latest “deadline” has passed, will be a good one for America and the world. Trust them, they repeatedly say. Yet each time Iran stands up to the U.S., American officials appear to back down. Stephen F. Hayes of the Weekly Standard has listed some of the many contradictory statements made by American leaders about Iran’s nuclear program.
Terrorists affiliated with the Islamic State may be planning to explode a bomb in New York this coming Fourth of July. The warning was issued by Republican Rep. Peter King, chairman of the House Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, who cited information he gathered. "I've been aware of this now for about the last two or three weeks ... the real possibility of something being attempted on the Fourth of July," King said Tuesday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.
TV Land has pulled reruns of Dukes of Hazzard in light of the recent uproar over the Confederate flag, which is emblazoned on the roof of the show's iconic General Lee 1969 Dodge Charger, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
A black teacher in Cincinnati, Ohio has resigned after she slapped a handicapped white child and screamed at him that blacks in America “fought” so that they wouldn’t have to “serve white people like him.”
In yet another sign that the American government is reassessing the special relationship between the U.S. and Israel, and that BDS is gaining traction, the State Department yesterday said that it did not oppose BDS, boycott, divestment and sanctions actions, aimed at the occupied Palestinian territories, because Israeli settlements “make it harder to negotiate a sustainable and equitable peace deal in good faith.”
Temple Mount activist and head of the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation Rabbi Yehudah Glick is currently in Istanbul, Turkey, meeting with Muslim religious leaders and joining as an honored guest in celebration of the month-long holiday of Ramadan. Several leading religious figures and muftis had reached out to Glick, inviting him to visit Turkish mosques and participate in joint public condemnations of terror and violence in the name of Islam.
The UK government approved £4 million worth of arms sales to Israel in the immediate months following the Israeli government’s military bombardment of Gaza last summer, new research reveals.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant moved ominously close to Israel’s borders Wednesday, July 1 – not as predicted in the north, but in the south, from the Sinai Peninsula. There, ISIS followed up on its Ramadan terror outrages in France, Tunisia, Kuwait and Kobani, with a massive assault on Egyptian forces and reportedly capturing the northern Sinai town of Sheikh Zuwaid close to the Israeli and Gaza Strip borders. Confirmation of this would mean that the MFO facility at Gora is under ISIS siege. It would also mean that the Islamists had captured their first Egyptian town, a victory comparable to seizure of the Iraqi city of Ramadi. In the fierce 10-hour battle for the town, at least 200 Egyptian soldiers, terrorists and civilians were killed. Not just a terrorist attack, ISIS launched a full-scale military offensive, starting with mortar fire and suicide bombings against five Egyptian military checkpoints.
Middle East allies accuse Barack Obama and David Cameron of failing to show strategic leadership in fight against Isil, as MPs could be given vote on whether to bomb Syria. Some of America’s closest allies say President Barack Obama and other Western leaders, including David Cameron, are failing to show strategic leadership over the world’s gravest security crisis for decades. They now say they are willing to “go it alone” in supplying heavy weapons to the Kurds, even if means defying the Iraqi authorities and their American backers, who demand all weapons be channelled through Baghdad.
Schoolgirls that have been abducted by the Nigeria-based Boko Haram Muslim terror group are now being seen on the battlefield fighting on behalf of the terror entity, leading some to believe that they are being forced to join the murderous group. Witnesses in Nigeria told the BBC that the young female soldiers are now being used as foot soldiers for the group, with some being used to “terrorize other captives” and “carrying out killings themselves.”
Hezbollah fighters moved into the outskirts of the Syrian border town of Zabadani Wednesday, engaging in fierce fighting with Syrian rebel factions, according to a Lebanese security source. Before launching the attack on the western outskirts of the town, Hezbollah heavily shelled the militants' positions with rockets and mortar bombs, the source added.
Security Council approves travel bans for government and rebel commanders as horrific civil war rages on.
SWEDEN’S top military commander says Russian fighter pilots are behaving in an increasingly aggressive manner in northern Europe, flying dangerously close to Swedish air force jets and in some cases even releasing flares at them.Free article submission sites