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Travel As A Geopolitical Act: Is Now The Time To Go To Turkey?

Istanbul's Golden Horn with the Galata Tower (center) and Galata Bridge (right) Correction: The number of foreign visitors declined by 30 percent, not 10 percent as originally stated By JOSH FRIEDMAN Want to visit Istanbul and stay in a room overlooking the sea for less then $20 a night? Now is your chance,

By |March 13th, 2017|Featured, FMP Blog, Travel Features, Turkey|

Government Health Care And Insurance

By GARY KIRKLAND As I write this essay the United States of America National Government is trying to get a “Repeal and Replace Obamacare (Affordable, really the UN-affordable, Care Act).”  Congress gave the new bill the “American Care Act,” I think.  This bill, just like Obamacare, involves people getting medical insurance.  The personal story at

By |March 11th, 2017|Guest Opinion|

History And Liberty In Immigration

Visigoths sack Rome - Wikimedia Commons By GARY KIRKLAND Immigration is a hot issue right now around the world. This essay will discuss the issue from both a historical and Libertarian perspective. Between 100,000 and 40,000 years ago, homo sapiens sapiens first emigrated out of Africa. By 30,000 years ago, based on archaeological and

By |February 5th, 2017|Featured, Guest Opinion|

Who Are The Refugees? Take An Up Close Look At Europe’s Migrant Crisis

An asylum seeker from Iran who stitched his lips in protest of the Greek-Macedonian border closure By JOSH FRIEDMAN With controversy swirling over U.S. President Donald Trump's refugee admission policy, many people may take interest in discovering who the refugees arriving in the West actually are. Care for an up close look at

By |January 29th, 2017|Analysis, Europe, Featured, Josh Friedman, Middle East|

Happy NEU Year

  By JOSH FRIEDMAN Following a Brexit-dominated 2016, the European Union is seeking to shore up its image in 2017. Existential challenges lie ahead, but EU officials are proposing deeper integration of member states as a way to repair a fragmenting union. Europa building To start the year, some EU officials are moving

By |January 6th, 2017|Commentary, European Union, Featured, FMP Commentary|

2016 In Review

By Josh Friedman 2016 was a year of backlash. Western ruling elites took a beating. Here is a look back at what happened: Events of the year 10. Fidel Castro Death Numerous celebrity deaths grabbed international headlines in 2016, but none of those figures significantly impacted millions of people’s lives the way Cuba’s longtime communist

By |December 31st, 2016|Analysis, Featured, FMP Commentary, Josh Friedman|

Trump-fearing Americans: A World Of Opportunity Awaits You

By JOSH FRIEDMAN If you are of the belief that a Trump presidency will be a catastrophe, now is an excellent time to search abroad for new opportunities. And if you are one of the people who threatened to move to a different country in the event of Trump winning the White House, put your

Messy Balkan Democracy

A billboard in the heart of Banja Luka showing Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik urging Bosnian Serbs to vote in the state holiday referendum The following is the second post of a hopefully regularly published blog on the Balkans. Read the first post here. By JOSH FRIEDMAN More than a month into a

By |October 29th, 2016|Europe, European Union, Featured, FMP Commentary, Josh Friedman|
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