Paris climate change accord: Facts versus Donald Trump's fictions

Donald Trump has pulled America out of the Paris Agreement basing his argument on questionable facts. In this article we separate truth from fiction and let you decide whether Donald Trump really is "putting America first" Continue reading

Loathsome child killers universally reviled

People gather in Trafalgar Square in London to pay tribute to the victims of the attack. Photo: AFP News of the late-breaking deadly attack in Manchester made it on to the front pages of several newspapers’ final editions. UK Prime Minister Theresa May raised the threat level for the country to 'critical', saying authorities believed a further attack was likely and could be imminent. Continue reading

Will President Donald Trump be impeached or forced to resign?

President Donald Trump on the White House lawn. Pic: AP Amid the growing political crisis in Washington, the US Justice Department has appointed a Special Counsel to oversee its investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. By Victoria Craw news.com.au @Victoria_Craw Continue reading

Donald Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minister

President Donald Trump meets with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, right, at the White House in Washington. Photo: AP Washington: US President Donald Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week, according to current and former US officials, who said that Trump's disclosures jeopardised a critical source of intelligence on the Islamic State. Sydney Morning Herald Continue reading

Is America Falling Behind?

Is America a Failing State? Our country is at a crossroads, and the right path forward must not include Donald Trump as president writes David Rothkop, ceo and editor of the FP Group.   Continue reading

How France Voted

Emanuel Macron at 39 is the youngest President in France's history. Whether you support him or not we can agree that he has a tough road ahead in the next few weeks. For some insights here is a breakdown of how and where French voters cast their ballot.  Continue reading

Media ‘propaganda machine’ backs Macron

NATIONALIST French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen is widely expected to lose Sunday’s run-off vote against “centrist” Emmanuel Macron. But this photo might tell a different story writes Frank Chung. Continue reading

Vote with your heart the French say, then with your head

  France will elect a new president on May 7. After the first round held on April 23, Emmanuel Macron, a liberal centrist, took 23.75% of votes ahead of the nationalist candidate Marine Le Pen who took 21.53% of the votes. Continue reading

Lessons From 100 Days of President Trump

According to the New York Times and journalist and Opinion writer Nicholas Kristof here are twelve things we can take away from President Trump's first 100 days. Continue reading

Trump condemns antisemitism

US President Donald Trump said antisemitism should be defeated and has called the Holocaust the "darkest chapter of human history" in a video address, following two missteps by his administration regarding statements about genocide during World War Two. "The mind cannot fathom the pain, the horror and the loss. Six million Jews, two-thirds of the Jews in Europe, murdered by the Nazi genocide.  Continue reading