Showing results for tag "europe"
What if past is prologue and America is heading for an Argentine style future?
Forget AOC’s 70% tax and other such mealy-mouthed measures… it’s time to drown the bastards once and for all!
At this point, it has become apparent that the EU has, in its short history as a governing body, constricted free trade, forced equalization of legislation upon differing cultures and created massive debt.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron believes that the UK’s future participation in the EU should be decided by the British people in a referendum. What is really going on here?
Doug’s take on the various regions and countries around the world, including which ones offer the best potential for international diversification.
As European governments become more desperate to find ways to attract wealth and investment to their nations – having squeezed their own citizenry dry (and illustrating exactly why those born into any seemingly prosperous nation should still diversify internationally, as when things turn bad they often do so quickly) – they are increasingly opening the doors to foreigners with a little extra cash.
The idea that Europe might represent the next great opportunity may well receive some skepticism from our readers… and rightly so.