• February 25, 2020
  •  

World

The President Lashes Out At Google For Promoting Fake News

This morning the President went on Twitter to comment on the way fake news media is being spread these days. In his remarks, President Trump seems to think Google is mostly to blame. As they give a certain preference to liberal media sites in their searches. The exact words used by the President this morning […]

Read More

Mexico Deal An Oasis For Car Industry

In the wake of yesterday’s news about the new agreement with Mexico car manufacturer’s stock is on the rise. Not only did American companies GM, Fiat Chrysler, and Ford all see around a 3% increase in stock value. Even Asian companies like Toyota pounced on the opportunity to make deals. Although this is good news […]

Read More

Deal With Mexico Over New NAFTA Announced

News coming from Washington D.C. today indicates that a new agreement has been reached between the U.S. and Mexico. On a rewrite to the existing NAFTA, (North American Free Trade Agreement), deal. That contemplates a flow of goods on both sides of the border that bring jobs and money to both countries. It’s said that […]

Read More

Russian Trolls Fueling the “Anti-Vaccine Movement”

Measles cases have hit a record high in Europe in recent decades. Once thought to be an extinct disease, it has been on the rise in the past couple of years. Who is to blame for this raise? Would you believe us if we told you it was Russian trolls? We really can’t get rid […]

Read More

New “Economic” Reforms In Venezuela: Should America Step In?

Venezuela is a completely failed state and anarchy and chaos rule the streets. Sadly it isn’t something we didn’t know. Ever since Nicolas Maduro took office after Hugo Chavez’s death things went from bad to worse. The oil price spiked worldwide and the local economy plummeted. Add to that the fact that the socialist regime […]

Read More

U.S. Denies Turkey’s Proposal To Release Pastor Brunson

Tensions between the U.S. and Turkey are set to continue upward. Multiple news outlets are reporting that the U.S. has denied a proposal from the Turkish government. Apparently, the deal contemplated the release of American pastor Andrew Brunson. In return, the U.S. would ease the tariffs imposed on Turkey. As well as, stop an investigation […]

Read More

Is Greece Finally Bouncing Back?

Since 2008 the Greek economy and it’s people have endured an economic and social crisis that grabbed world headlines. Now basically a decade after the first signs of hardship it would seem Greece is leaving hardship behind. As its economy is finally slowly, but steadily climbing upward. Despite the “good news” the damage that this […]

Read More

Chinese Military Training Strikes On U.S. Targets

Just when it seemed that things were cooling off between China and the U.S. new information begs to differ. According to a report released by the Pentagon, China has expanded its bomber operations. The report also states that the Chinese military is “likely” training how they could use these bombers to strike U.S. air bases […]

Read More

Trade Talks With China To Resume

A lot of tension has been generated between the U.S. and China in the past couple of months as we have promptly covered both sides suffered not only economic losses but political backlash. Today reports are coming in that indicate that China and the U.S. are headed back to the negotiations table! How have things […]

Read More

Turkey Hits U.S. Goods With Massive Tariffs

The Turkey-US relationship has reached a new low point! As the Turkish economy continues its downward spiral hitting record lows they are set to retaliate U.S. tariffs. Turkey plans to hit U.S. cars with 120% extra tariffs, effectively dropping all U.S. cars out of market value. It was highly unlikely that anyone in Turkey was […]

Read More

Stay up to date with real-time text alerts*

X
Contact Us