Shane Vander Hart: Nigel Farage shows from his speech before the European Parliament after the Brexit vote that he is a man with a spine. America take note.
Shane Vander Hart: My hat is off to the British people for recognizing with the Brexit results that government that is the closest governs best.
John Gustavsson, an economics graduate, refutes the economic claims in favor of the UK remaining in the EU and explains why the UK is better off out
John Gustavsson shares four ways Eurosceptics can convince British voters to leave the European Union in the upcoming referendum.
John Gustavsson: I am a nationalist. More specifically, when people ask about my ideology I tell them I’m a national conservative.
“Eurozone crisis” may not be the right term anymore to describe Europe’s monetary crisis. “The European economic permafrost” is more fitting.
John Gustavsson shares three reasons why the European Union is not necessary to keep Vladmir Putin and the threat of Russia expanding its territory at bay.
U.S. Senator-Elect Joni Ernst (R-IA) met with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu while in Israel where Netanyahu blasts the European Union for its hypocrisy.
“Is the rise of nationalism in Europe foreshadowing a return of fascism? John Gustavsson makes a case for nationalism and explains why this is not the case.
Small nations don’t need the EU to change the world, in fact smaller nations, like Sweden, had more influence before joining the European Union.
What conservatives ought to seek for nations in the European Union is what America’s Founding Fathers sought – the right to govern itself.
Just when you thought it was over, it all begins anew. Of course (please excuse me for bragging) I have to point out that I never thought it was over. I am, of course, talking about the Eurozone crisis. Many thought it was over because we hadn’t heard anything about it in a while, but […]
Two articles discussing the election results came out recently that I found rather interesting. One was written by Janet Daley of The Telegraph, and the other is written by Gerri Willis of Fox Business. They both make comparisons between the U.S. and Europe in light of the election results, and they both conclude we are busy […]
As most of you will no doubt know, the European Union has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. This highly prestigious award, previously awarded to such geniuses as Al Gore and Yassir Arafat, has now gone to the supra-national peace corps that is the EU. The Nobel committee motivated themselves by stating among other things […]
I’ve previously written about why I don’t support the Fiscal treaty/compact, and I’ve also written about why I’m overall pessimistic about the future of the Eurozone. Yet, there is one topic I haven’t touched before: The idea of a strong Europe. What I’ve noticed is that everyone takes for granted that a strong Europe is […]
Those of you who have followed the developing Eurozone crisis have certainly heard of the fiscal compact, previously called fiscal treaty or fiscal union, that the powers that be within the EU has tried to set up to control the budgeting procedures within each country in the union. Basically, the Eurozone, which currently is only […]