Jim DiEugenio is the author and editor of three books on the assassinations of the sixties. They are the second edition of Destiny Betrayed (2012) , Reclaiming Parkland (2016), and The Assassinations (2003). For seven years, from 1993-2000, Jim was also the co-editor of what many considered the finest journal on the subject, Probe Magazine. […]
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In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange reports on the latest breaking news between the failing relations between Russia and the United States. As Donald Trump faces off against Vladimir Putin the stakes couldn’t be any higher.
A US Navy F-18 shot down a Syrian jet over eastern Syria today. The Russians have cut communications with the US in protest. Russian jets were also operating on an anti-ISIS mission in the area. Russians have announced they will track any flying object near their area of operations.Add to Share More 3,108 views 445 […]
The US response to the Qatar crisis has been completely confused, with President Trump contradicting his own Secretary of State and vice-versa. Is America’s largest military base in the Middle East at risk?
Yesterday US forces inside a self-declared “deconfliction zone” in Syria bombed forces allied to the Syrian government. The Assad-allied forces were about to conduct an attack on ISIS. The US has declared this zone unilaterally despite the fact that US troops are on Syrian soil illegally. Russia does not view the US-declared “deconfliction zone” to […]
By Ron Paul President Donald Trump’s proposed budget has generated hysteria among the American left. Prominent progressives have accused the president and his allies of wanting to kill children, senior citizens, and other vulnerable Americans. The reaction of the president’s allies — including some conservatives who should know better — is equally detached from reality […]
By Ron Paul When we think about terrorism we most often think about the horrors of a Manchester-like attack, where a radicalized suicide bomber went into a concert hall and killed dozens of innocent civilians. It was an inexcusable act of savagery and it certainly did terrorize the population. What is less considered are attacks […]
By Ron Paul President Trump is about to embark on his first foreign trip, where he will stop in Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the Vatican, before attending a NATO meeting in Brussels and the G-7 summit in Sicily. The media and pundits have loudly wondered why hasn’t he gone on a foreign trip sooner. I […]
By Ron Paul Is common sense beginning to creep into US policy in the Middle East? Last week Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the longer-term status of Syrian President Assad would be “decided by the Syrian people.” The media reported this as a radical shift in US foreign policy, but isn’t this just […]