There is a new government administration in Italy and it seems to share the same sentiment that our own President has when it comes to…Read More
Italians could adopt a sharply more nationalistic direction and begin to clean-up of the mess created by the more leftist parties. How it all plays out—which parties are potential partners to govern, and can any coalition be effective—is key to derailing the EU experiment and saving a great culture.
This weekend, in Germany, as a direct result of Angela Merkel, Berlin’s young women will have to survive New Year’s Eve. Let’s hope it all works out, and Happy New Year.
What multiculturalists, relativists, and decades of indoctrination have done is severe Europe from its own history. What Europe looks like when that old history ceases to exist, ready or not, is coming into focus.
Europe is under siege. Four member countries of the European Union expressed a desire to back out of the Dublin Regulation, and Brussels is having…
Instead of waiting to rescue migrants at risk of drowning when their flimsy craft capsizes several Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) have decided to skip that all…
Merkel’s re-election in September will be the canary in the EU’s coal mine. It is Merkel’s insistence on punitive measures, her lack of economic understanding and the overly-strong euro that has brought the continent to this crisis point.
Her re-election as Germany’s Chancellor will ensure that nothing changes.
After yesterday’s first round in the French election the EU is breathing a sigh of relief. The dreaded result of the two anti-EU candidates, Front Nationale’s Marine Le Pen and Communist Jean-Luc Melenchon advancing to the May 7th run-off election did not come to pass.