Short-lived anti-Trump “Resistance”

Demonstrations are multiplying, thousands or even millions of demonstrators “are resisting” as the mobilization keeps growing against Donald Trump, the 45th democratically elected POTUS strong with a parliamentary majority unseen for decades and sworn in office just 10 days ago. In fact, the anti-Trump movement […]

Mysterious ways of Popular vote

A number of articles insisted on Hillary Clinton’s victory over Donald Trump as for the popular vote. As soon as November 9, 2016, Cyceon and its US-based correspondents were doubtful considering that just a look at the United States electoral map, vivid red like the […]

Briefing – 20,000, White House, Donald Trump, Brexit, Putin

Dear Members, I will try to send you from time to time and on a less formal tone a short summary (briefing) of several ideas and information deemed interesting by Cyceon but not developed enough to publish specific news articles. I hope this will effectively...

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Has Wall Street taken over the US government?

President-elect Donald Trump promised to “drain the swamp” of establishment-heavy Washington DC. Instead, he recruited prominent Wall Street figures including Steve Bannon as Chief Strategist and Steven Mnuchin as Treasury Secretary, both former global investment firm Goldman Sachs’ employees. Therefore, the media denounced the apparent...

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What does investor Warren Buffett fear the most?

Although he has been a stalwart supporter of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton during the presidential race, legendary investor Warren Buffett thinks that a “wait and see” stance would be fairer and more adequate after Republican nominee Donald Trump has been elected the 45th POTUS. As...

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