Tag Archives: Russia

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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Alan Greenspan Explained Why We Invaded Iraq (And Why Iran Is Next)

by Arlen Grossman Alan Greenspan quite openly admitted why we attacked Iraq in 2003. The long-time chairman of the Federal Reserve Board (1986-2006)–and during his reign considered to be one of the two most powerful men in the United States–laid … Continue reading

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BPR Quote of the Day: &%^#*$*@

In case you thought our politics was obscene…… Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (soon to be switching jobs with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin), responding in a tweet to harsh criticism of his and Putin’s political party: “It has become clear that … Continue reading

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BPR Quote of the Day: Parasite Nation

“The United States lives on credit, which for one of the leading economies is very bad. They are living beyond their means and shifting their problems onto the rest of the world. To some extent, the US is a parasite … Continue reading

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