Putin To Call Trump, May Schedule Meeting

“President Putin will call President Trump after the inauguration to congratulate him. It’s a protocol thing that has to be done,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. “We expect that they may discuss their positions on a possible meeting.”

The Geopolitics Of 2017 In 4 Maps

The saying goes that a picture is worth a thousand words. Maps are worth many more. Our perspective on the world is rooted in an objective and unbiased approach to examining geography and power. These four maps are especially helpful in thinking about the geopolitical forces that will shape the world in the year ahead.

Friday Humor: Hillary Catches Bill Staring At Ivanka

While there is no proof that Bill is indeed ogling Ivanka Trump as this viral clip alleges, judging by Hillary's reaction (and Bill's stoic avoidance of Hillary), it is hardly that far fetched. In any case, it's been a long week, it's Friday, and its funny.

The Epidemic Of Bad Ideas

Our education begins within a few minutes of arriving on planet Earth. That’s when we begin to learn that crying and carrying on is rewarded with coddling and nourishment. That particular lesson stays with us throughout our lives, more so with some people than others. But once our parents hand the keys to our brains to professional teachers, any number of factors come to play in our education... and even terrible ideas can spread virulently.

These Are The 3 Main Issues For Europe In 2017

What will the year ahead look like for Europe? 2017 will be another chapter in the European Union’s slow unraveling (which even Soros sees as inevitable)... a process that has been underway for over a decade.

Indiana YMCA Bans CNN Over Complaints About Constant Barrage of "Fake News"

After a barrage of complaints over the airing of CNN at an Indiana YMCA, CEO Robert Wanek was forced to change the channel, saying "In order to eliminate perceived political bias associated with national news outlets, the Valparaiso Family YMCA will only be showing local news channels in the future."

Senate Confirms Mattis (Defense) & Kelly (Homeland) On Trump's First Day

Just hours after President Trump was sworn into office, amid Chuck Schumer's jabs over HUD, the Senate has confirmed retired Marine General James Mattis as defense secretary and retired Marine General John Kelly as homeland security secretary. They were both expected to be confirmed easily, and were, but Democrats promised fights over several other nominees.

Trump And A New Gold-Backed Dollar

Trump recently said, “We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism.” In our view, there’s only one way Trump could fight the global elites and their SDR plan: return the dollar to some sort of gold backing.

Apple Sues Qualcomm For $1 Billion

Apple sued its mobile chip supplier Qualcomm for $1 billion, saying Qualcomm has been "charging royalties for technologies they have nothing to do with." The suit follows a US FTC lawsuit against Qualcomm earlier this week over unfair patent licensing practices.