Why’d Navalny Return to the Same Country That He Claimed Tried to Kill Him?
Opinion

Why’d Navalny Return to the Same Country That He Claimed Tried to Kill Him?

Russian anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny inexplicably decided to return to the same country that he claimed had unsuccessfully tried to kill him, curiously timing his trip to coincide with the immediate run-up to Biden’s inauguration in what some suspect is nothing more than a Hybrid War provocation to establish the “publicly plausible” pretext for the…

The Two Faces of the US Empire
Opinion

The Two Faces of the US Empire

The Biden/Harris inauguration event is going to be a star-studded celebration spanning an unprecedented five days, a giddy orgy of excitement at a murderous oligarchic empire having a new face behind the front desk after promising wealthy donors that nothing will fundamentally change. This comes at a time when Americans are now reporting that they trust…

US Never Ending Wars: Thirty Years Ago, America’s “First War” against Iraq
History

US Never Ending Wars: Thirty Years Ago, America’s “First War” against Iraq

Thirty years ago. The so-called “Gulf War” (Iraq War I) was launched against Iraq on January 17, 1991. Extensive crimes against humanity have been committed. On January 16, President George H. Walker Bush announced the start of what was called “Operation Desert Storm”, which was portrayed as “a peace-making operation” allegedly “to expel occupying Iraqi…

Now, the Left Owns It All
Opinion

Now, the Left Owns It All

That mob that split off from the Donald Trump rally of Jan. 6 to invade the Capitol has proven a godsend to the left. The death of a Capitol cop has enabled the left — which spent the summer after George Floyd’s death trashing “racist cops” and shouting, “Defund the Police!” — to posture as…

Why ‘Texit’ Is Naive at Best
Opinion

Why ‘Texit’ Is Naive at Best

Well wishing and power fantasies cannot topple geopolitical realities and the fact that Washington will simply never let a Texit take place. There is an interesting tendency in American political history that whenever there is some sort of crisis, one answer to it, especially from the Right, is some form of secession. The waves of…