After missing the true nexus of recent events in Russia, it should not be surprising that the media have embraced the “good” side of the 1917 Communist takeover. Having spent a fair amount of time in Communist countries, I didn’t see much of this good side of Communism, which is one, if not, the most … Continue reading A New Communist Manifesto
From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the continent. Winston Churchill March 5th 1946 (photo via the Historical times) There still seem to be some including in media, who can't seem grasp the concept that despite their name, their proclaimed opposition to Nazis and their violent … Continue reading Russia provides the Perfect Antifa Nazi/White Supremacist Analogy
The last time I talked to James O'Keefe was at CPAC 2017 I did a walking interview with him about his latest undercover video concerning CNN which he labeled #cnnleaks His reporting of insider video at CNN that you can find here and here followed the usual path of a Project Veritas leak, bloggers like … Continue reading James O’Keefe + Trump Twitter Account = MSM Disaster
By John Ruberry "I can't stop the revolution, but until it comes, let's have some fun." Prince Felix Yusupov to Rasputin in the film Nicholas and Alexandra. And with the revolution of course came the collapse of Czarist Russia. The beleaguered state of Illinois set a couple of futility records last week. It became the first … Continue reading Illinois is following the model of Czarist Russia
By John Ruberry I hate to interrupt your day by veering away from such issues, well, issues to some, such as the Donald Trump campaign's alleged collusion with Russia or that nation's reputed hacking of the 2016 presidential election, but there is something more important that the mainstream media is only nibbling at the edges … Continue reading The Great American Pension Swindle
By John Ruberry Liberals and members of the mainstream media--okay, other than how they earn their paychecks there isn't much difference between the two--have many intellectual flaws. But I'm going to zero in on just one here--their predilection to view all events through the sphere of the '60s. For this discussion I'm going to bend time … Continue reading Slow down, it’s not Watergate. Not even close.
by baldilocks In the last few days, it has been reported that the government of the Chechen Republic (Chechnya) is putting homosexuals in "concentration" camps. "Concentration camps" for LGBT people have been allegedly opened up in Chechnya where men have been tortured and killed because of their sexuality, Novaya Gazeta reported. The allegations came after a few eyewitnesses and survivors said in interviews … Continue reading Virtue Signaling and Chechnya
Ok I admit I didn't see this coming: Russia recognizes west Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated in a surprise announcement on Thursday. The announcement comes as US President Donald Trump’s administration is agonizing over whether to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a move that would constitute recognizing west … Continue reading Russia Trump’s Trump in Jerusalem
Prof. Stephen Cohen is one of the preeminent Russian scholars in the world. He is a frequent guest in the John Batchelor Show, most recently last Tuesday, when he discussed Dissent and the New Cold War. I invite you to listen to that podcast (which I can not embed in this version of WordPress), where he … Continue reading Stephen Cohen on the Vast Russian Conspiracy: “The premise . . . is that the American people are zombies”
Are Russian hackers an actual threat to democracy? Or are US intelligence agencies with “deep state” factions opposed to the government the bigger threat? And what do the Vault 7 revelations along with others coming out since the change of administration tell us about the Democrats’ constant finger pointing and fear mongering? When the Intelligence … Continue reading Are Russian Hackers an Actual Threat to Democracy?
Bob Woodward: Hunt's come in from the cold. Supposedly he's got a lawyer with $25,000 in a brown paper bag. Deep Throat: Follow the money. Bob Woodward: What do you mean? Where? Deep Throat: Oh, I can't tell you that. All the President's Men 1976 Old friend Tom Bowler from Libertarian leanings who was once … Continue reading The Common Thread of the Left in the Trump Years: Keeping their Customer Satisfied
President Obama's dreadful policies toward Russia allowed Vladimir Putin to regard the United States as an impotent power. The misguided approach started at the beginning of Obama's regime. For example, he surreptitiously sent a letter to the Russians just after taking office, offering to cancel plans to install a missile defense site in Poland and … Continue reading To Russia With Love: Obama and the Ruskies
Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri has a flare for the dramatic. She's risen on the Democratic power charts by calling out Republicans every chance she gets. It's no surprise that she would call out Attorney General Jeff Sessions after it was revealed he met with the Russian Ambassador during campaign season last year. That's a … Continue reading Senator McCaskill attacks Sessions over Russian meeting by lying about her own Russian meetings
by baldilocks Was Bush right? It depends, of course, on what the topic is. Zero Hedge points to Statista and YouGov polls containing the following information: Americans have consistently identified ISIS as the biggest threat to their nation across multiple polls. Traditional foes, such as the countries making up George W. Bush's infamous "Axis Of Evil", have … Continue reading Who are Our Real Enemies?
Prime Minister Jim Hacker: I could tell that you were warning me that St, Georges Island might need our support. Luke: Oh yes... Well no actually, [in panic] only in one paragraph on page 107 [of 138]. Prime Minister Jim Hacker: It was enough, I could take the hint. Yes Prime Minister: A victory for Democracy … Continue reading Obama’s Flexibility on Russia ends