Biden continues to give away for free – yet paid with public funds – weapons of mass destruction to Ukraine with the glee of a punchy hard coal country prizefighter piling spicy chicken wings on his paper plate at a VFW buffet.
There’s insider trading that’s not for you (take Feinstein, Clinton or many other high-ranking politicians), or Martha Stuart. At least she had the balls and the integrity to concede she had done wrong, go to jail, and serve her time. Can’t think of anyone else.
Ok, back to news. Google the word “news’ and I get… Guns, COVID, abortion, Trump hearings, China nuclear buildup, Sarah Palin leads in polls for special election… wait, really? I’d almost click on that, but it’s the New York Times.
Through the collapse of the former Yugoslavia – through a decade of infection of pervading nationalism and through the storm of the worst battlefield on the European soil ever since World War II – the number of victims was the easiest topic for bickering among local politicians in post-Tudjman-Milošević era. […]
There has been a lot in the media lately regarding North Korea, and I occasionally binge feed on it for several hours at a time. It is a bitter business, all information fed through a dozen layers of propaganda and ignorant know it all’s. Most of it gibberish. All of it […]
By: Kidman J. Williams Pokémon Go has now became more popular than porn. Yes, much like The Beatles were more popular than Jesus, finding pretend anime little animals that shoot weapons out of every orifice has become more sought after than porn which at one time was the ceiling for […]
By Joe Coleman Turbulence between Russia and Turkey escalated on Wednesday after President Tayyip Erdogan admitted Turkey’s air force downed a Russian Su-24 fighter jet the previous day. Subsequently, Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu announced via Twitter that Russia is dispatching an advanced weapons system to an air base only […]
by Mark Linnhoefer After a round of talks on Wednesday, Washington and Moscow are now finalizing a memorandum that will lay out basic air safety procedures for both Russian and American pilots and commanders so as to avoid accidental confrontation. Russia’s involvement in the Syrian civil war has caused some […]
by Mark Linnhoefer An intelligence center in Baghdad staffed by Iraqi, Iranian, Syrian, and Russian officials provided the Iraqi military with information that allowed it to start bombing IS bases. The newly opened center marks a stark point of disgruntlement for the U.S. as it highlights the tightened cooperation of […]
Today the Dutch Safety Board will release the results of its investigation into the cause of the July 17 crash of the Malaysian Air machine MH17 in 2014. It is generally assumed the evidence will conclude that the machine was shot down by a Buk missile produced in Russia, but […]