Pizzaflation is creeping through the nation. Inflation is slow, and subtle, and making our favorite things like Pizza unaffordable. Pizzaflation explains the deterioration of the US Dollar in something we all love; Pizza.
The most shocking and violent moment of today's anti-Islam protests in the notorious Molenbeek district took place when a car drove toward the police line, spraying a fire extinguisher. While driving off, the Audi hit a muslim woman head on.
For us here in America, the lessons of the European tragedy are there to be learned. There is only one solution to the problem of terrorism and it doesn’t involve going abroad in search of monsters to destroy. The point is to make sure those monsters never reach our shores. It’s too late for the Europeans, who are now forced to sleep in the bed they so assiduously made. It isn’t too late for America: we can learn the lesson of Brussels if only we have the will to do so.
With European markets closed across the continent on Monday as the Easter holiday continues, overnight Asia was busy with China Shanghai Composite letting off some steam, and closing down 0.7% at session lows on concerns the Shanghai and Shenzhen home bubble have been popped by the politburo, Japan was a different story with the Yen sliding following a report by the Sankei newspaper that Abe will announce in May his intention to delay the planned levy hike, coupled with additional reports that Japan will unveil a major fiscal stimulus (and just on Friday Abe said he is "not thinking at all about supplemental budget" at this time).
"If you look at what Ted Cruz has actually been saying and what he’s been doing, you could certainly make the case—and I would be someone who agrees with this—that Ted Cruz is, in many respects, maybe most respects, more dangerous than Trump. I mean, Ted Cruz is this true evangelical believer who seems to be really eager to promote this extremist religious agenda."
History teaches that ethnic minorities can bring about unrest in the long run. Current European leadership and European leading elites have maneuvered Europe into a situation that will spin out of control and result in a vicious circle of violence. Europe faces an existential crisis.
Although Belgian nuclear officials say reports that a guard was killed and his access badge stolen are "false," there's little question that the country's nuclear facilities have a questionable safety and security record. That, combined with the fact that at least one ISIS member had access to a reactor at Doel in 2012, has experts worried that Belgium's nuclear facilities will be the next target for the now famous Brussels cell.
Just one day after the coordinated attacks in Brussels, the resounding cry from governments, media, and national security experts is that we need less freedoms and more security. “Our tolerance of electronic surveillance... seems a small price to pay for some measure of security against threats that nobody - today of all days - can doubt are real.”
"The tactic of detaining people first and asking questions later will likely become increasingly common. There will be lots more of them. They are going to be what's called over-broad. They are going to just try to find people or evidence that may stop the next terrorism attack, and they will figure out who they have under custody."