Europe’s migrant crisis: Millions still to come

Europe’s migrant crisis: Millions still to come

By Soeren Kern / Gatestone Institute The African Union-European Union (AU-EU) summit, held in in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, on November 29-30, 2017, has ended in abject failure after the 55 African and 28 European leaders attending the event were unable to agree on even basic measures to prevent potentially tens of millions of African migrants from flooding […]

Africa: The way forward

Africa: The way forward

By Ahmed Charai / Gatestone Institute What has just happened in Zimbabwe is merely symptomatic of the state of affairs in the African continent. Robert Mugabe, the “last of the Mohicans” of the wars of independence in Africa, has been shown the door at the age of 93. It was the higher echelons of the military […]

Totally out of touch: Nicolas Sarkozy seeks “Marshall Plan” for Africa

Totally out of touch: Nicolas Sarkozy seeks “Marshall Plan” for Africa

By Mike “Mish” Shedlock It’s easy to get an op-ed in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, or the New York Times. Well sort of. All you need is a high profile stature. No matter how inane the post by Paul Krugman, Larry Summers, or in this case former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, […]

Clinton Foundation used taxes to give AIDS patients diluted drugs says report

Clinton Foundation used taxes to give AIDS patients diluted drugs says report

By Michael Hamilton & Diane Bast / Heartland Institute The Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation likely partnered with a corrupt drug company producing “watered down” HIV/AIDS drugs for African patients in exchange for donations to the foundation and million-dollar consulting contracts for Bill Clinton, a new congressional report states. The foundation partnered with the […]

Stone-age massacre offers earliest evidence of human warfare

Stone-age massacre offers earliest evidence of human warfare

From The Guardian Some 10,000 years ago a woman in the last stages of pregnancy met a terrible death, trussed like a captive animal and dumped into shallow water at the edge of a Kenyan lagoon. She died with at least 27 members of her tribe, all equally brutally murdered, in the earliest evidence of […]

Muhammadu Buhari, Nigerian president, ‘too slow’ to deliver on lofty campaign promises

Muhammadu Buhari, Nigerian president, ‘too slow’ to deliver on lofty campaign promises

ABUJA, Nigeria – President Muhammadu Buhari rode to victory in May on a promise to revive the country’s moribund economy, vanquish Boko Haram terrorists who controlled much of the northeastern part of the country and tackle the pervasive corruption that has stifled development in Africa’s most populous nation. Five months later there is growing disenchantment […]