RIGHT NOW, FOCUS IS ON CRIPPLING EXPORT EXONOMY
Published 30-05-2019 12:25 GMT-0000
After being frustrated by Venezuela’s resistance against a Washington-backed coup attempt, President Donald Trump and his favored National Security Advisor John Bolton, have trained their sights on a new target: Iran.
DEMOCRATS ARE DIVIDED ON NEXT COURSE AGAINST TRUMP
Published 30-05-2019 12:22 GMT-0000
At last, he speaks! After more than two years of silently working away on his investigation into Russian campaign interference, and six weeks after his final report showcased the detailed effort to tilt the 2016 election in Donald Trump’s favor, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has once more stated what we’ve already heard: There was a crime committed, his investigation was obstructed, and Congress is the only institution that can pursue the president.
ANTI-CORBYN CAMPAIGN NOT ALLOWED IN PARTY
Published 30-05-2019 12:17 GMT-0000
ALASTAIR CAMPBELL, the man behind the infamous “sexing up” of the dodgy dossier making the case for the unprovoked invasion of Iraq, has been expelled from Labour for voting Liberal Democrat.
U.S. BAN HAS LITTLE TO DO WITH SECURITY CONCERN
Published 27-05-2019 20:24 GMT-0000
Seems like the United States doesn’t just make washing machines or pork rinds—it’s in the hostage-taking business, too.
CORBYN SAYS DIVIDED TORIES UNFIT TO RULE
Published 26-05-2019 05:21 GMT-0000
The Tories faced mounting calls for a general election on Friday after Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called for an “immediate” general election and said Ms May appeared to have accepted that “she cannot govern and nor can her divided and disintegrating party.”
LEFT DEMOCRATS DETERMINED TO DO AWAY WITH STUDENTS DEBT
Published 23-05-2019 11:33 GMT-0000
Presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren recently made waves after she announced her idea to eliminate student loan debt and make all public colleges free. The plan would hypothetically cancel student loan debt for more than 95 per cent of borrowers, and would entirely cancel student loan debt for more than 75 per cent of Americans. The public reception has been quite positive, as might be expected, considering Americans now collectively owe more than $1.53 trillion in student loan debt.
TRUMP AND HIS JUSTICE DEPARTMENT GET THE HEAT
Published 22-05-2019 13:26 GMT-0000
Leading Democrats used a meeting of their party’s leadership team on Monday night to push Speaker Nancy Pelosi to allow the House Judiciary Committee to begin an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. One of their main arguments, was that it will allow them to obtain documents and testimony the president has thus far been able to block.
AMERICA NEEDS MASSIVE INVESTMENTS TO GREEN ITS ECONOMY
Published 20-05-2019 12:53 GMT-0000
“Trade is a zero-sum game.” “There can only be one winner and one loser, and the United States is losing.” That’s the message Donald Trump has been hammering since before he even came into office. The biggest villain in his nationalist nightmares, beating and cheating the U.S. in the cutthroat game of global economics? China, of course.
FREE TRADE AGREEMENT CAN BE CONSIDERED AS A SOLUTION
Published 18-05-2019 19:19 GMT-0000
On May 5, President Trump tweeted for a fresh look for high tariff on Chinese goods worth US $ 200 billion imports from 10 percent to 25 percent from Friday, if the renewed negotiation failed. USA alleged China for backtracking from its previous offers. The negotiation failed. USA activated a new 25 percent duty on US $ 200 billion worth of exports from China, effective from 1st June.
ANOTHER IRAQ-TYPE DISASTER IS ON THE CARDS
Published 15-05-2019 11:11 GMT-0000
Peace organizations and government leaders around the world are warning that the Trump administration is steamrolling toward the same disaster the U.S. rushed into in Iraq 16 years ago and in Vietnam generations before that. The heightened fear of imminent war was raised even more last night following a New York Times report that Trump is studying a plan by his war hawk national security adviser, John Bolton, to send 120,000 troops to the Middle East in anticipation of a fight against Iran.