Tag Archives: Russia

CAMPAIGN WITHOUT LIMITS

Who Will Protect Elections From U.S. Oligarchs? By Paul Street/ Truthdig/ April 18, 2018 I recently heard on cable news that special counsel Robert Mueller wanted to interview some “Russian oligarchs” about their supposed influence on the 2016 U.S. presidential … Continue reading

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Syria Used Chemical Weapons–Are You Sure?

By Arlen Grossman  (Editor’s Note: What you see here is a revised and expanded version of s previous post. This version was headlined at OpEdNews.com., April 19, 2018, with over 2500 views.) Think about this:   Syrian President Assad had … Continue reading

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Has It Gotten This Bad?

  Trump’s Divide-and-Conquer Strategy By Robert Reich/ robertreich.org/ February 4, 2018 If Robert Mueller finds that Trump colluded with Russia to fix the 2016 election, or even if Trump fires Mueller before he makes such a finding, Trump’s supporters will … Continue reading

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POLICEMEN OF THE WORLD

 More Thoughts on Trump’s UN Declaration of War Against Iran and North Korea By Paul Craig Roberts/ paulcraigroberts.org/ September 19, 2017 Trump’s UN speech makes it clear that Trump’s presidency, in terms of his campaign promise to remove Washington from … Continue reading

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Election Do-Over

Letter to NY Times (unpublished), May 24, 2017 If the Trump campaign is proven to have colluded with Russia to sabotage the 2016 election, wouldn’t that mean the election was fraudulent and essentially stolen? Yet there are no plans to … Continue reading

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Will Trump Step Down?

By Arlen Grossman President Donald Trump will soon resign, possibly in a matter of weeks. I don’t know any more than anyone else, and maybe it’s just wishful thinking, but that’s the feeling I have. The drip, drip, drip of … Continue reading

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Remedy for Russian meddling should be new election

By Chris Edelson/ The Hill/ January 11, 2016 It sounds like a story lifted from the pages of a spy novel. U.S. intelligence officials have concluded that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin led a cyberespionage scheme designed to help Donald Trump win the presidential election. … Continue reading

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Thanks to Trump, No More Ameri-Splaining

By Ted Rall/ rall.com/ December 7, 2016   “A shining city on a hill,” Ronald Reagan called America (by way of the Puritan  authoritarian John Winthrop).  “We are great because we are good,” Hillary Clinton said during the campaign (via Tocqueville).  Michelle … Continue reading

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Truth or Lies?

Valuing the Truth by Paul Craig Roberts/ paulcraigroberts.org/ March 9, 2016 Truth is the enemy of the state, and always has been. But today the Western populations live in a world of total lies. Try to think of anything that … Continue reading

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Move Along, Nothing to See Here

President Gollum’s ‘Precious’ Secrets Exclusive: Despite promises of “openness,” President Obama has treated information that could inform American democracy like Tolkien’s character Gollum coveted his “precious” ring. Obama is keeping for himself analyses that could change how the public sees the crises in … Continue reading

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