Dear true unbelievers! Here’s an update on the suggestions I have received for the name of the character. As you may know (and if you don’t, here’s the explanation) I…
A new book about Hillary Clinton’s last campaign for president – Shattered, by journalists Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes – has gotten a lot of publicity since it appeared two weeks ago….
After Hillary Clinton’s devastating loss nearly six months ago, her most powerful Democratic allies feared losing control of the party. Efforts to lip-synch economic populism while remaining closely tied to Wall Street…
Vast efforts to portray Donald Trump as Vladimir Putin’s flunky have given Trump huge incentives to prove otherwise. Last Thursday, he began the process in a big way by ordering a missile…
I know I wasn’t the only one that nearly shit themselves when they heard that 59 thomahawk missiles launched from two American destroyers had slammed into Syrian territory.
WHAT IF I TOLD YOU there was a wizard determining the foreign policy of a nation of 143 million people?
Four weeks into Donald Trump’s presidency, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman wrote that “nothing he has done since the inauguration allays fears that he is in effect a Putin puppet.” The liberal pundit concluded with…
You can’t miss either of the two operative buzz-words being bandied around like so much meaningless noise in the last few months. The media rails about it, politicians whine over it, activists shout it….
Many top Democrats are stoking a political firestorm. We keep hearing that Russia attacked democracy by hacking into Democratic officials’ emails and undermining Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Instead of candidly assessing key factors…
This week began with a mass email from the head of the Democratic National Committee, who declared: “By now, Americans know beyond any reasonable doubt that the Russian government orchestrated a series…
In order to stop all this dangerous online information from corrupting people’s minds it is necessary to take away online anonymity.
Social issues are the great gears of Capitalism’s engines, the pressure valve that can move just enough to ensure that the really important issues never get noticed.
Svetlanas are an Italian punk band that tours the world relentlessly. Their front-woman, Olga, was banned from Russia. We talk about why…
With all the fervor of late in righteously railing against carbon-based energy, you would think the environmental movement might pause to reconsider a moment about coal’s greatest enemy for the last 60 years: uranium.
We all know that “Disinformation Is Power,” right? The New York Times reveals that Vladimir Putin has figured it out too: Fifteen years ago, a few months into his presidency, Vladimir V….
Russia’s Ministry of Defense awarded Utrish Dolphinarium, the only bidder, for the military contract to supply three male and two female dolphins by August 1st.
A widely quoted editorial in Vedomosti, signed by Mariya Zheleznova, underlines a fundamental difference between the Russian and the Western perception of the scandal
Russia’s “annexation” of Crimea exactly two years ago has caused the greatest rift between Russia and the West not since the Cold War, as many say, but since the Cuban Crisis.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the military to withdraw the main part of their forces from Syria, claiming they have largely achieved their goals.
The third video of Dr. Alexander Chopov’s fact-finding War in Ukraine – the Unreported Truth project looks at the victims of Ukraine’s war against her own people.
Alexander Chopov brings us another hard-hitting expose of the truth in the Ukraine civil war, or the war between Ukraine and Russia if you get your news from the US biased press.
The case investigated by Finnish police is tied to allegations of libel and harassment targeting Finnish journalist Jessikka Aro.
A Russian man could face up to a year in prison for stating “there is no god” in an argument on Facebook.
The ink had barely dried on the Munich ceasefire agreement announced on February 11 by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry when only a few days later Syrians and others were casting doubt that it could mitigate the fighting and suffering that Syria has endured for five years.
A bomb blast in the Turkish capital of Ankara on Wednesday—which killed dozens of people and injured scores of others—arrived alongside increasing global worries about how Turkey is responding to shifting developments