By Jacob G. Hornberger | FFF | March 3, 2021 Some people are criticizing President Biden for the recent U.S. air strikes in Syria as well as his refusal to sanction Saudi dictator Mohammed bin Salman, the man who U.S. officials have concluded orchestrated the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Yes, it’s possible […]
Binoy Kampmark Every power worth its portion of salt in the Levant these days seems to be doing it. On February 25, President Joe Biden ordered airstrikes against Syria. The premise for the attacks was implausible. “These strikes were authorized in response to recent attacks against American and Coalition personnel in Iraq,” claimed Pentagon spokesman …
16 states are now following the science By Jordan Schachtel | March 2, 2021 It took an entire year, but lockdowns and mask mandates are officially incredibly unpopular with half of the country, to the point that governors are rapidly making sweeping changes to their year-long COVID-19 policies. Jumping onto the coattails of pro-individual freedom […]
The Biden administration on Tuesday put the kibosh on the nomination of Neera Tanden, a field marshal in the Democratic civil war. By Curt MILLS President Biden will no longer pursue the confirmation of Neera Tanden, a well-known if notorious […]
By Jonathan Turley | March 2, 2021 We have been discussing erosion of free speech and academic freedom protections at colleges and universities around the United States. Most faculty have been conspicuously silent as their colleagues are attacked, suspended, or even fired for taking opposing views on systemic racism, police brutality, or movements like Black […]
Fact-check FAIL: Newsweek forced to admit Buffalo schools teaching kids to blame ‘all white people’ is true
RT | March 2, 2021 After public schools in Buffalo, New York have been called out for blaming “all white people” for perpetuating systematic racism, “fact-checkers” tried to disprove it – only to be left red-faced when confronted with evidence. Journalist Chris Rufo has been vindicated after fact-checkers accused him of misreporting the contents of […]
House Republicans Propose Legislation to Allow Biden to Ban Sanctioned Foreign Leaders From Social Media
By Kirill Kurevlev – Sputnik – 03.03.2021 US House Republicans are introducing legislation that would broaden US sanctions law to ban social media platforms from letting foreign persons or organizations which were put under sanctions for terrorism from using their services, Fox News reported Tuesday citing a copy of the bill. The law bill is reportedly proposed by […]
Joe Biden Wanted To Lock Up My Father, CIA Whistleblower Philip Agee—Just Like He Wants To Lock Up Edward Snowden And Julian Assange
Part 6 in our Biden Series: A Company Man? - On May 9, 1981, the Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism was debating the Intelligence Identities Protection Act (S. 391). Their goal: criminalize the unauthorized identification of U.S. intelligence agents.
Then-Senator Joe Biden rose to his feet to denounce my father, Philip Agee, the CIA whistleblower whose 1975 book, Inside the Company, identified some 250 officers, front companies and foreign agents working for the United States.
On February 4, representatives from the Palestinian Movement, Hamas, visited Moscow to inform the Russian government of the latest development on the unity talks between the Islamic Movement and its Palestinian counterparts, especially Fatah. This was not the first time that Hamas’s officials traveled to Moscow on similar missions. In fact, Moscow continues to represent an […]
Seven years after Maidan divided country, Ukraine intensifies shelling of Donbass to deafening media silence
By Eva Bartlett | RT | March 2, 2021 While much of the world is focused on Covid-related issues, Ukraine’s seven-year war on the people of Donbass continues. In recent weeks, Kiev’s shelling of civilians has intensified, met by the predictable Western media silence. Ostensibly, following the Minsk agreements, there was a ceasefire. In reality, Donbass residents in […]