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  • Can the EU be saved?

    PARIS -- It is not simply the euro zone that is threatened by the dramatic economic discrepancies that now exist among its members, as well as the large indebtedness gap that exists between the southern members of the zone and the German-led bloc of northern countries. Now it is the European Union itself that is in danger, mainly but not entirely because of the economic crisis inherited from Wall Street abuses. The EU has contributed to its own misfortunes.
  • Obama unbound

    Obama unbound
    WASHINGTON -- The media herd is stunned to discover that Barack Obama is a man of the left. After 699 teleprompted presidential speeches, the commentariat was apparently still oblivious. Until Monday's inaugural address, that is. Where has everyone been...

    Controversial Czech alcohol ban, spurred by poisonings, to continue

     
    Authorities in the Czech Republic have outlawed hard liquor sales after at least 23 deaths from bootleg alcohol poisoning, stirring the ire of bar and restaurant owners in the tourism-dependent country and raising fears that the ban will only drive more...

    Czech President Vaclav Klaus steals expensive pen from poor, quake-stricken Chile

     
    Light-fingered president caught slipping fancy pen into his coat pocket with only hundreds watching.

    Former State GOP Chairman Chris DePino Plays Harmonica At Presidential Palace In Prague For Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus

    Former State GOP Chairman Chris DePino Plays Harmonica At Presidential Palace In Prague For Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus
    When Chris DePino was the Republican state chairman in 1996, he donned his train conductor's hat and played the harmonica at the Republican National Convention in San Diego. Since then, the former state legislator from New Haven has taken his act on...