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The National Debt: Why Putin Doesn’t Fear America


As America withdraws from the world because it cannot afford to stay engaged, Russia and China will expand their spheres of influence. Read More »

Two Faces of Syrian WMDs

Prove who is responsible before creating more death. Declassify!

Until we declassify and show the world our evidence, we have no business striking the Syrian regime. If you can't play fair, don't play at all. Read More »

Congress Seeks, Russia Refuses No-Fly Over Syria


If Russia forbids a no-fly zone over Syria, and the American Congress insists upon it, it could be the worst setback in U.S.-Russian relations in several decades. Read More »

Punish Your Enemies

The ways of Obama and the Liberal Media Complex (LMC) laid bare for the recent election and beyond. Read More »

Dare We Mention Obama’s Shortcomings?

Some criticism of the president, from a devout Democrat. Read More »

Putin: The United States Does Not Need Allies, It Needs Vassals

Russian Prime Minister Putin is in touch with the people and with big business as well. He is expected to retain his high office. Read More »

Putin vs. Medvedev in 2012

Cracks are beginning to appear between Putin and Medvedev heading towards the 2012 election. Read More »

The West Condemns Sentencing of Russian Business Tycoon

America and its western allies should first observe international rule of law before preaching principles of justice to the world. Read More »

Wikileaks Exposes Missile Defense ‘Hundreds of Missiles’ Capability

European missile defense is being expanded to levels that come close to neutralizing Russian missiles. Read More »

New Warhead Treaty a Win for the US

Missile defense not included in new Start nuclear warhead treaty. Read More »