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“Drain the swamp”: Trump calls for constitutional amendment imposing term limits on Congress
Populism. The post “Drain the swamp”: Trump calls for constitutional amendment imposing term limits on Congress appeared first on Hot Air.
Germany’s far-right party is gaining ground — we spoke to its leaders
In Germany, a far-Right populist party has wrested itself from the political fringes into the mainstream. Following a recent series of regional elections, the Alternative für Deutschland (Alternative
The Deep State Panic of 2016
This post The Deep State Panic of 2016 appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Michael Covel reveals why global elites are in the midst of an epic meltdown. The post The Deep State Panic of 2016 appeared
Austria rejects far-right populist Norbert Hofer in presidential election
Far-right candidate Norbert Hofer had been hoping to ride the wave of populism and anti-establishment sentiment sweeping the West to victory in Austria’s presidential election. But by Sunday
Austria’s nationalist candidate appears to lose election
Sign of things to come?
Republicans still don’t get it — but here’s how they can
3 Big Trends Global Leaders Will Be Talking About in Davos This Year
Responsible leadership in the age of Trump
I’m Afraid Of Americans: Farley Aguilar’s “Bad Color Book” At Lyles & King
Sometimes it takes the right sociopolitical moment for an artist’s work to land its critique. That’s precisely what happened with Farley Aguilar’s paintings, currently on view in his solo show Bad
What Donald Trump, Andrew Jackson, and Bane have in common
"Power to the people!"
Southern European Leaders Gather in Lisbon as Populism Gains
Club Med met to discuss everything from Greece to Marine Le Pen to Italy's 5-Star Movement.
France’s Hollande Warns of U.S. “Populism” to Europe
"Weakening Europe is not an option."
The Founder of the World’s Biggest Hedge Fund Has a Bleak Warning About Trump’s Policies
"His populist policies could hurt the world economy (and worse)," Ray Dalio and Bob Prince said.
America’s New Opposition
In late October 2011, I was volunteering at the Occupy Wall Street library in lower Manhattan. Tucked into a corner of Zuccotti Park, the library was staffed mainly by anarchists of an exceedingly
France’s Le Pen Launches Election Bid With Vow to Fight Globalization
He is also calling for France to leave the Eurozone.
Senate Republicans targeting legal immigration
This will only hurt the economy.
The Populist Ploy
It is something of an understatement, at this point, to say that no one saw Donald Trump coming. Initially opposed by almost every Republican official, Trump went over their heads to galvanize a
Trump’s victory and Brexit have emboldened Hungary’s prime minister to lead a populist revolt in Europe
Emboldened by his close ties to Russia and the surprise election of Donald Trump, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has ratcheted up his antagonistic approach to the EU in recent weeks. It was on
Amnesty warns that rising “poisonous rhetoric” endangers human rights around the world
A new report from Amnesty International says that “poisonous rhetoric” from leaders like Donald Trump is symbolic of a global trend toward an “angrier and more divisive politics.” This kind of
France’s far-right leader climbs in polls despite arrests of two aides
Just as new opinion polls show an improving chance for Marine Le Pen to win the first round of the upcoming French presidential election, the far-right candidate is facing scandal, with two of her
This year’s annual conservative conference shows how Trump is changing the GOP
Just a year after Donald Trump skipped the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) amid questions about his conservative credentials, the now-president returned to the event for a hero’s