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Gormley: The world is out, America is in

It would be bad enough if a Republican presidential candidate honestly, truly, crazily believed that the world had successfully conspired to pull a fast one on the United States through such devious cons as free trade deals and defence alliances that it just so happened to orchestrate. 627 kata lagi

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Donald Trump interview: On NATO, NAFTA, Turkey’s Coup Attempt and the World

Transcript: Donald Trump on NATO, Turkey’s Coup Attempt and the World

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

July 21, 2016

Donald J. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, discussed… 5.280 kata lagi

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Sending a Message to Wall Street: Why Hillary Picked Tim Kaine As Her Running Mate

Wall Senator Tim Kaine is a supporter of the Wall Street agenda, which means redistributing income from the 99 to the 1 percent. So in picking Kaine as her running mate, Hillary made certain Wall Street understood where she stands on the issues, no matter what she is forced to say in public. 401 kata lagi

Capitalism Untried

The great English writer G. K. Chesterton leveled this devastating charge against Christians: “The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and left untried.” The same is certainly true of the capitalist ideal. 1.078 kata lagi

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Opinion: Millions of people yearning for a "Brexit" from destructive trade deals

U.S. President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Canada, against the backdrop of Brexit and the U.S. presidential campaign, had many opinion leaders trying to dismiss concerns about free trade. 612 kata lagi

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Treading Lightly

Perhaps, if Donald Trump called Canadians “rapists,” we’d say something.

As it is, Trump has merely attacked two bedrock international institutions that anchor Canada’s place in the world: NATO and NAFTA. 141 kata lagi

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Editorial: Donald Trump, Canada and the world

In his speech in Cleveland Thursday, Donald Trump made his pitch to American voters perfectly clear. The Republican presidential nominee is presenting himself as a father figure who will take care of a fearful and frustrated nation, and — using sharp negotiating skills — lead its people to safety and prosperity. 410 kata lagi

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