Wednesday 26 July, 2017
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Category Archives: Politics
Trump's Team Appears As Shaken Upon Mysterious Contact Between Trump & Putin

It appears as Trump’s Administration is shaken upon the mysterious contacts of President Donald Trump and Russian’s Officials. As this matter is getting hype day after day, few more allies of President Donald Trump disclosed about...

lectoral-college-trump-pence-kaine-clinton-cover-super-tease

None of the electors are constitutionally bound to follow the will of the people they represent, and so in this bizarre election (and post-election) season, an arcane system that was established at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 could...

Barak Obama

Obama held his last scheduled news conference of 2016 on Friday before heading off on a two-week family vacation in Hawaii. The session clocked in at an hour and 27 minutes, a record for the Obama presidency. The end-of-year meeting with reporters...

By Howard Johnson on Dec 17th, 2016
Sanders Says Clinton

Bernie Sanders has urged Democrats to put Hillary Clinton in the White House, in a speech to the party convention. The Vermont senator received a three-minute standing ovation when he took the stage in Philadelphia. “Hillary Clinton...

By Howard Johnson on Jul 26th, 2016
New Prime Minister Theresa

New Prime Minister Theresa May will continue to form her new government later – as she begins her first full day in Downing Street. Leading Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson said he was “humbled” having been named new foreign...

By Steve Weichel on Jul 14th, 2016
David Cameron

David Cameron will chair his final cabinet meeting as prime minister later as Theresa May prepares to take over. Mrs May had been expecting a nine-week Conservative leadership race, but rival Andrea Leadsom withdrew on Monday. Mr Cameron will...

By Steve Weichel on Jul 12th, 2016
APTOPIX Obama US Canada Mexico

The leaders of North America’s largest three countries signaled Wednesday that they intended to knit their economies and citizens more tightly together, even as European integration is faltering. But the message of unity that President Obama,...

By Howard Johnson on Jun 30th, 2016
Yoichi Masuzoe

The governor of Tokyo has said he is standing down amid a spending scandal, Japanese media report. Yoichi Masuzoe has faced fierce criticism over allegations he used official funds to pay for holidays, art and comic books for his children. He...

By Howard Johnson on Jun 15th, 2016
PM Promises Children In Care

David Cameron has announced a “zero tolerance of state failure” overhaul of the care system with changes to adoption laws and social services. The Prime Minister wants to put an end to the tendency for children in care to fall into...

By Howard Johnson on May 16th, 2016
Facebook

A US senator is questioning Facebook over allegations that it manipulated its Trending Topics section to exclude conservative topics. Republican Senator John Thune has asked that if the allegations are true the company is misleading the public...

By Steve Weichel on May 11th, 2016