EU Celebrates 60th Birthday As European Leaders Scramble To Hold "Fraying" Union Together

Today in Rome, the EU celebrates its 60th anniversary. The celebration comes at a strange time: four days earlier, Theresa May delivered an unprecedented blow to the bloc's growth by filing Britain's formal exit papers. The impending Brexit and tens of thousands of protesters gathering beyond the tight police cordon around the Campidoglio palace offered a more sober reminder of the challenges of holding the 27 nations to a common course.

Hayes: "A Lot Of What I Know Even The DOJ Is In The Dark”

"It was just after 8 p.m. when my iPhone buzzed with a text message from a number I didn’t recognize. “I’ll meet you tomorrow but I need to be certain I can trust you,” the text read. “This goes much much higher than me and a lot of what I know even the DOJ is in the dark.” The message was from a terrified, and very sober, Tom Hayes."

Self-Driving Uber With Passenger Involved In Arizona Collision

In the latest setback for the world's most valuable private company which in recent weeks has been reeling from multiple crises, on Friday a self-driving Uber vehicle was involved in a crash in Tempe Arizona, which left the Volvo SUV stranded on its side.  According to ABC, a car failed to yield to the autonomous SUV and hit it, authorities said. The Volvo then rolled onto its side.

Watch These Geopolitical Flashpoints Carefully

The globalists tend to use what I call a “scattershot effect” when it comes to creating or managing chaos. They set the stage for multiple flashpoints around the world and wait to see which of them works and which of them fails. Not only this, but one successfully executed flashpoint has the ability to give birth to dozens of new flashpoints. They tend to spread, like a cancer. That said, some flashpoints are more dangerous than others. 

Trump On What Happens Next: "Obamacare Will Explode"

"People will see how bad it is and it's getting much worse/ I said the other day when President Obama left, '17, he knew he wasn't going to be here. '17 is going to be a very bad year for ObamaCare, very, very bad. You're going to have explosive premium increases and your deductibles are so high people don't even get to use it. I think what will happen is ObamaCare, unfortunately, will explode."

Russophobia - Symptom Of US Implosion

The Soviet Union passed away more than a quarter of a century ago, but Russophobia among the US political class is more virulent than ever. However, the power of the Russophobia propaganda technique over the wider population seems to have greatly diminished from its Cold War heyday.

US Debt of $20 Trillion Visualized In Stacks Of Physical Cash

The faith and value of the US Dollar rests on the Government's ability to repay its debt. $20,000,000,000,000 is a number so large that it is beyond comprehension for most... just remember "the money in the video has already been spent."

Canada Passes 'Blasphemy' Bill To Silence Critics Of Islam

Despite polls showing that 71% of Canadians would not have voted for the measure, Canada's Parliament, with the strong backing of Justin Trudeau's Liberal government, passed a motion this week 201 to 91 that critics say singles out Islam for special protection. Tabled by Muslim liberal MP Iqra Khalid, M-103 urges the federal government to “condemn Islamophobi," despite the fact that the term “Islamophobia” is nowhere defined in the motion.

"It's The Inverse Of Keynes" - Earnings Season Was Very, Very Bad

"It is the inverse of Keynes, where there is no consideration at all except for the long run and how some unknowable magic combination of policies will surely make it such a happy and prosperous place – even though none so far have come close."

The Sad State Of America's Infrastructure In One Infographic

According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, the United States currently has an “infrastructure gap”. If the discrepancy is not closed between what needs to be invested in infrastructure and what is actually invested, it could ultimately create a $4 trillion drag on GDP by 2025. As a result, between 2016 and 2025, each American household will lose $3,400 in disposable income due to infrastructure inefficiencies.