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Rick Newman, Yahoo’s top Finance Columnist, observes how “Budget hawks in Congress are worried about granting President Biden’s request for an additional $38 billion in aid for Ukraine to help defeat the invading Russians.” He concludes “They’re right. Thirty-eight billion isn’t enough. Make it $50 billion. Or even $100 billion. The more, the better, until the job is done.”
With the dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991, the United States enjoyed another period of diplomatic and strategic dominance — despite the world becoming increasingly multipolar economically.
On the cover image the powerful new Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Sarmat tested by Russia and the meeting in Washington between Zelensky and Biden by Fabio...
The intelligence community worked to ensure Twitter would quash The New York Post’s report on Hunter Biden’s laptop. New internal documents released by Twitter show the company received over $3 million from the FBI in the run-up to the 2020 election.
Last Friday the Biden administration unveiled another $275 million in weapons and defense equipment for Ukraine, notably including more anti-air missile systems, which crucially will come via the presidential drawdown authority, meaning the Pentagon will pull arms from its own stockpiles to fulfill the package.
From hugs to “slaps”: on the cover image a photo of the repertoire of Donald Trump with the governor of Florida Ron DeSantis, the...
At the beginning of December, 2021, Putin drew a red line, seeking "reliable and long-term security guarantees." Those guarantees "would exclude any further NATO moves eastward and the deployment of weapons systems that threaten us in close vicinity to Russian territory."
There are two major reasons that war has come to eastern Europe, and they have very little to do with Ukraine or the horrible sufferings of the Ukrainian population.
The American people need to understand the seriousness of the situation that the Biden administration and leaders in Washington have put us in.
Moscow is making more money on oil exports than it was before the war.
NATO continues its encirclement and recruitment policies in contravention of the Bush-Baker promises to Gorbachev when the Berlin Wall came down.
Biden can't make up his mind about whether or not to destroy the world.
Jim W. Dean - Trump views everybody not like him as losers. It is his way of blocking out what a turkey he is.
Cohen counters the prevalent narrative that Putin bribed and bullied Yanukovych to reject the “reckless provocation” of the EU proposal – forcing a “deeply divided country to choose between Russia and the West” (p. 17).
This all continues to highlight how the world is descending into a post-globalization world of at least two blocs: the anti-Russian one and the neutral one.
Boot and other pundits even dismiss comments coming from Russia about the possible use of tactical nuclear weapons. Michael McFaul, a former U.S. ambassador to Russia, contends blithely that warnings from Putin about using nuclear weapons in response to mounting Western military assistance to Kyiv should be ignored. “The threat of escalation is cheap talk,” McFaul states confidently. “Putin is bluffing.”
JEA: If you have read George Orwell's 1984, then you'll understand this article much better. By John W. Whitehead We’re in a national state of denial. For...
Azov has reportedly shot men “fleeing” the combat zones as “traitors” and pledged no surrender to or collaboration with the Russians.
We have gone from COVID-19 lockdowns to Trump-Biden election drama to the Russia-Ukraine crisis to the Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmation hearings to Will Smith’s on-camera assault of comedian Chris Rock at the Academy Awards Ceremony.
In the spirit of apparent “reconciliation and multilateralism,” US Secretary of State Antony Blinken handed over the “power of attorney” to the Ukrainian president to offer Russia relief from international sanctions in exchange for ending its military offensive in Ukraine.
The American media, under the leadership of its most corrupt institution, the New York Times, has tried to push blame to Imran Khan, not for public consumption, but for Congress, the Pentagon and the CIA.
May they burn in hell for all eternity.
Jim W. Dean - Germany is soon to be closing down its last nuclear plants, and it is winding down its domestic coal industry.
When the US president Joe Biden recently waived sanctions on the company overseeing the Nord Stream 2 project, it came as a surprise to many.
Is a bloodsucking space lizard accusing others of being bloodsucking space lizards?
If you smoked pot in the past, but quit, you're not welcome in the new Administration.
Joe Biden should do a little research and find out how past presidents had to deal with Israeli infiltrators and traitors.
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