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During this administration, everyone has to be alert and watching for potential misuses or abuses of power. Unfortunately, due to decades of executive aggrandizement and congressional acquiescence — coupled with judicial timidity — the ability to unilaterally withdraw the United States from every last treaty the Senate has ever ratified has been left solely in the hands of President Donald Trump.
So one of these mornings, Trump could well get up very early, issue a series of angry tweets and then proceed to issue an order withdrawing the United States from the United Nations. And, though it took a 1945 vote in the Senate to allow President Harry Truman to ratify the U.N. Charter, the current (more…)
A group of activists, who are openly refusing to pay their tax to the IRS, are instead donating the money to humanitarian programs.
The post Thousands Refuse to Pay Up on Tax Day Because it Funds War—Give Money to Charity Instead appeared first on The Free Thought Project.
March 16, 2018
Eric Sprott says that gold will jump again once the Fed raises rates next week. Here’s why…
Eric Sprott interviewed by Craig Hemke on The Weekly Wrap-Up
It’s a lively discussion this Friday, as yet another chaotic week wraps up. Eric Sprott has plenty to say on President Trump’s new chief economic advisor, the ineffectiveness of the tax cuts, and what all this chaos means for gold.
“We had this tax cut and we thought two things would happen: People would spend more money (NOT!) and companies would spend more money (NOT!). We had all this theory that everyone’s going to have more money to spend, and nothing happens! … It boils down (more…)
Britain does not intend to give Russia samples of the substance that was used to poison former Colonel of the GRU Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia, British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said in an interview.
At the same time, Johnson confirmed that the UK plans to transfer a sample of the substance to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to conduct its own tests.
The United Kingdom has employed the OPCW to conduct a thorough investigation of the incident, said the United Kingdom Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the UN Jonathan Allen.
As previously reported, on March 12, Theresa May, speaking in the British Parliament, stated that “with a (more…)