Tag Archives: France

The Franco-German Council of Ministers Announce the Winterberg Tunnel War Memorial

By: Wayne A. Selogy February 23, 2023 “Everyone was calling for water, but it was in vain. Death laughed at its harvest and Death stood guard on the barricade, so nobody could escape. Some raved about rescue, others for water. One comrade lay on the ground next to me and croaked with a breaking voice […]

Corporate Welfare During The COVID-19 Pandemic: A Necessity Or A Detriment?

By: Stacey Shenderov April 4, 2022 As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, hundreds of thousands of small businesses in the United States have shut down. Additionally, current small business owners report mental and physical health struggles, and furthermore “nearly a quarter [report] almost constant mental exhaustion.” However, some well-connected corporations have thrived during the […]

A Move Towards a New Economy: The Impact of France’s New Labor Laws

Jessica Nowak – For the past 30 years, France’s employee-friendly labor laws have remained the untouched.[1] Upon taking office four months ago, France’s new president, Emmanuel Macron, pledged to change the archaic and extensive labor laws that he believed were hindering the French economy.[2] He, along with several other right-wing French politicians, believes that the newly […]