In his charming and inimitable way, the Donald has threatened to attack Iran if it restarts its civilian nuclear program.
Like a black hole, the swamp draws everything into its gravitational hold, nothing escapes, not even libertarians.
Rand Paul, the Republican Senator from Kentucky, has made the confirmation of the neocon CIA director Mike Pompeo as secretary of state possible.
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Establishment Democrats, once again showing the bitter fruit of petty spite that now brands their party, have filed a lawsuit because Donald Trump won the election.
It’s the Russians, of course—and a lot of other people, including WikiLeaks and that guy with the Nixon tattoo, Roger Stone.
Mehdi Hasan, a mainstream journo who’s written for big league propaganda media and hosts a program on Al Jazeera English—state owned by Salafi fanatics in Doha, Qatar—thinks we have a “soft spot” for Bashar al-Assad.
On Friday night, I thought Trump’s Syria attack would turn out to be one of two things.
Either a devastating blitz that would take out Bashar al-Assad, his government and military, and leave the Syrian people in the same condition as the Iraqis after Bush’s invasion, or it would be al-Shayrat 2.0, basically a lightshow and a few broken things that on a grand scale are basically insignificant.
Syrian Girl, aka Mimi Al Laham, tweeted earlier today about what amounts to a psychological operation at Facebook.
During Mark Zuckerberg’s grilling by Congress in regard to the Cambridge Analytica scandal, he promised the political class he will do more to go after “fake news,” that is to say news that doesn’t jive with official narratives.