(José Ignacio Soler, Venezuela, 07/01/15 8:17 am)
Regarding yesterday's post by Anthony Candil on the current Greek situation (30 June), I cannot fully agree with his statements.
Anthony wrote, "I think the end of the Euro is close and
(Anthony J Candil, USA, 07/01/15 7:54 am)
This is in response to Tor Guimaraes (30 June).
According to George Friedman of Stratfor:
"The European creditors--specifically, the Germans, who have really been the ones contr
(Edward Jajko, USA, 07/01/15 7:30 am)
WAISers may have noticed the world in somewhat better condition recently, spinning on its axis more smoothly and looking generally spiffy. This is the result of the wide-ranging and tremendously enjoy
(David Duggan, USA, 07/01/15 6:52 am)
I have spent much of the last six days reading the voluminous and varied Supreme Court opinions in both the Obamacare and the gay-marriage cases. As a Christian, citizen-taxpayer on the verge of Medic
(Randy Black, USA, 06/30/15 6:32 pm)
Looking back at recent WAIS posts, I realize that I did not answer Paul Pitlick's question of June 25th, "how often does [Randy Black] use public transportation?"
We had b
(Angel Vinas, Belgium, 06/30/15 12:55 pm)
Well, I cannot but reply to John´s kind invitation to comment on the Greek stalemate briefly. It´s going to end badly for everyone. The EU will survive and strengthen its integration proce
(Henry Levin, USA, 06/30/15 12:43 pm)
We spent the last four days at Cala D'or in Mallorca without access to the Internet, but with access to newspapers and TVE noticias. We are now back in Vilassar de Mar, trying to escape the heat
(Tor Guimaraes, USA, 06/30/15 11:15 am)
I enjoyed reading the 30 June post by Anthony Candil. Moreover, I agree with most of his interpretation of the European situation. One statement deserves some explanation. Anthony wrote: "I t
(Anthony J Candil, USA, 06/30/15 10:13 am)
I read today on Stratfor:
"The terminal point is the juncture where neither the Greeks nor the Germans can make any more concessions. In Greece itself, the terminal point is long past. Unem
(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 06/30/15 7:54 am)
The fantastic European Union has now passed a law by which cheese can be made from powdered milk. The old Italian law which requires cheese to be made only from fresh milk is no longer valid.