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Spain Is Next to Test Europe’s Stability as Rajoy Faces No-Confidence Vote

MADRID — After a bumpy week in Italian politics sent financial markets reeling, Spain is next up to test the stability of southern Europe, as its prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, may face a no-confidence vote by Friday. Unlike Italy, [...]
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House GOP Fails To Take Your Food Stamps Away. Better Luck Next Time, House GOP!

A typical food stamp/SNAP beneficiary, according to YouTube. Funny, the video actually debunks myths about people getting delivery pizza and beer with SNAP House Republicans failed to pass a farm bill today, so they won’t be able to impose [...]
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An Australian Environmentalist’s Next Act: ‘Frugal Hedonism’

2 months ago | 0 comment
Now, he wants to rescue the suburbs from consumerism and teach others to do the same. “RetroSuburbia” — edited by his friends, published by his company, Melliodora Publishing, and nearly 600 pages long — is aimed at teaching suburbanites [...]
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‘Next Year in Jerusalem!’ In Israel, Eurovision Win Is Seen as a Diplomatic Victory, Too

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The Eurovision win may also have even helped soothe bruised feelings after the Israeli-born, Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman backed out of a major award ceremony in Jerusalem, saying she did not want to endorse Mr. Netanyahu and [...]
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Trump Exults in Release of Prisoners and a Date Next Month With Kim Jong-un

2 months ago | 0 comment
Singapore, by contrast, is neutral ground, nearly 3,000 miles from Pyongyang, and not a treaty ally of the United States, like South Korea, Japan or the Philippines. Both countries have embassies there, United States Navy warships call [...]
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British Citizen One Day, Illegal Immigrant the Next

3 months ago | 0 comment
Beyond pledging to grant citizenship to all those caught up in the migration crackdown and to waive the fees and tests usually involved in that process, the Home Office has established a special team to expedite applications. But the [...]
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News Analysis: After Trump Strikes Syria, Syrians Wonder ‘What’s Next?’

3 months ago | 0 comment
Seven years in, some now argue that the only realistic way to stop the war, prevent a jihadist resurgence and allow the country to move on is to acknowledge that Mr. Assad, with help from Iran and Russia, will remain in power and to effectively [...]
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French President’s Next Target: The Railroads. Strikes Loom.

4 months ago | 0 comment
Most of the rail unions have already pledged to join a strike by public sector employees planned for Thursday to resist Mr. Macron’s proposals, which could be pushed through the parliament using a special procedure that avoids debate [...]
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Beto O’Rourke Doesn’t Want to Be Democrats’ Next National Cause

4 months ago | 0 comment
Subscribe to Off Message on Apple Podcasts here. | Subscribe via Stitcher here. Beto O’Rourke wants to be a little more Conor Lamb, a little less Jon Ossoff. Story Continued Below O’Rourke, the Texas congressman who is running for U.S. [...]
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Supply-Side Victory in the White House: Is a Capital Gains Tax Cut Next?

4 months ago | 0 comment
“Free-market capitalism is the best path to prosperity.” — Larry Kudlow The battle over the future of the economy and Wall Street can claim a new victory with the appointment of supply-sider, free-trader and longtime friend Larry [...]