Category Archives: Countries

As anti-free speech forces dominate Berkeley, FBI report on spies forgotten

In 2011 the FBI released a report revealing concerns about what the public calls “spies” at US universities. Few in media paid it attention. Now as Berkeley and other campuses thrive with an anti-American clampdown on speech encouraged by the … Continue reading

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Military injustice: Bestselling ‘Dog Company’ a riveting book deserving a film

Pt. 1 of 2 Advocacy for members of the US military has long been part of my activism, and after reading the best-seller Dog Company: A True Story of American Soldiers Abandoned by Their High Command, I am as appalled … Continue reading

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Despite political adversity, ‘The Promise’ film survives to recount Armenian genocide

The Armenian genocide, unlike other mass killings of a targeted people, is one of the best kept secrets in history. Academics don’t dwell on it if they mention it at all in history classes. While putting the past behind us … Continue reading

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Update on Syria: Hard to trust what can’t be verified

US President Donald Trump says, “We’re not going into Syria,” as pundits across the land debate missile strikes aimed at ensuring Syria’s Asad regime doesn’t use chemical weapons in the future. Some Trump supporters decried the strikes while others applauded … Continue reading

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Syria debate pulls in strange statement from Clinton, admission from Russia

The debate over Syria, deliberately downplayed by both major US political parties during the 2016 presidential election, has rekindled. Critics on both sides of the aisle claim US president Donald Trump erred. Allies in the region bordering Syria are praising … Continue reading

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Schiff storm: Did comments on Rice make him unfit to be part of ‘Russia’ investigation?

Now that the left has succeeded in the effort to push Republican congressman Devin Nunes out of the ‘Russia’ investigation, the rest of America should be asking questions about Democrats’ point man Adam Schiff (CA). Did comments Schiff made recently … Continue reading

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Flip the spy coin: No snooping on the Clintons despite Bill’s global affairs?

As most legacy media focus on allegations about Russia and the 2016 US presidential election, President Donald Trump is the target. Thus far, newspapers like The Washington Post have run story after story usually sourced to anonymous “officials”. No charges … Continue reading

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