Is President Trump’s cordial meeting with Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman a harbinger of a new alliance to challenge Iran?
The US is sending special forces, SEAL Team 6, drones, B-52s, etc to South Korea. Military exercises will include practicing killing the North Korean leadership. Will such exercises provoke a North Korean response? What happens next? What about the Chinese?
The Trump Administration is reportedly changing the rules of military engagement to give the generals more authority over attacks in areas not in the heat of battle. What does this do to civilian control of the military? Is this a …
As government continues to stumble through the health crisis that it created, Ron Paul discusses what’s being done, what should never be done, and of course, the solution to the crisis. »crosslinked«
The media reported yesterday that for the first time US regular military forces were deployed in Syria, with Marines preparing an assault on Raqqa and Army Rangers trying to keep two US-backed groups from killing each other in Manbij. An …
President Trump promised less US meddling in the rest of the world, however he is increasingly surrounded by hawks and from South Korea to Kiev the US appears more entrenched than ever. Can Trump turn things around?
The Transportation Safety Administration has announced that it is going to get even more aggressive with innocent passengers. They said we must give up our liberty for security, but the TSA is an enemy of both. What can we do …
President Trump’s Saturday Tweet-storm accusing former President Obama of tapping his phones at Trump Tower has Washington in a frenzy. Are we on the verge of a Watergate-level crisis, or are Trump’s Tweets just more bluster?
It’s Friday, which means it’s payday for most people. Time to deposit that check into the bank, right? But what happens to that deposit? What happens in that building where a little rectangular sign says the government has you “insured”. …
President Trump’s Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, is under fire for what Democrats and neocons claim is a false statement during his confirmation hearing about contacts with Russian officials. Is this about perjury? The Russian threat? Or just political theater?