Christian identity – religiosity in its thin form – forms a crucial aspect of the European right wing that will not disappear with the resolution of immigration difficulties and instead continue to motivate the movement and inform its political orientations. But this thin Christianity also does not translate directly into policy.
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President Obama must really wish that foreign voters were included in the Electoral College. After all, numerous polls demonstrate the wide preference gap he holds over Romney amongst foreigners.
Under Cameron’s government, however, the will for Britain to steer the EU has largely fallen by the wayside, and there is more of an aversion to being saddled with duties and obligations to other nations than there is a desire to control them
As 2013 approaches we are seeing both the true extent of the European Union’s failure to control disparate economies and crises without the fiscal tools necessary to do so, as well as the injurious consequences of perfunctory bailouts and other ponderous bureaucratic maneuvers.
Now, as the French mom-and-pop stores are going bust and the people are going to modern multiplexes elsewhere in Paris, the avenue is becoming a watering hole for tourists, atrophied from real Parisian life.
When it comes to work ethic, it seems that American’s have a more productive but vastly less healthy approach than Europeans. So, it comes down to a question of how we want to live, and striking a balance between productive and healthy that doesn’t leave us all reaching for the medicine cabinet.
In Russia’s parliamentary elections on December 4, 2011, United Russia – the party of President-turned-Prime Minister-turned-current-President Vladimir Putin – won the majority of seats in the Duma, the Russian Parliament, amid cries (and video evidence) of widespread election fraud.
That prostitution retains a uniquely explicit place in American culture as the object of male desire is a curiosity in its own right, but far worse is the discrepancy between its perception in the modern American psyche and the realities on the cold, hard ground of European metropolises.
In April of last year, France became the first European country to implement a ban on face veils. In keeping with the French tradition of using legislation to regulate the display of religious paraphernalia, the law subjects Muslim women who wear the burqa in public spaces to a fine of €150 or lessons in French Citizenship.