World at WAR

President Trump’s Disappearance

Source: The Strategic Culture Foundation, by Paul Craig Roberts In my long experience in Washington, vice presidents did not make major foreign policy announcements or threaten other countries with war. Not even Dick Cheney stole this role from the weak… Read More ›

A Matter of Mercy

Source: Kunstler.com, by Howard Kunstler Paging Doctor Oz! A patient calling itself The United States wandered into the emergency room disoriented, wearing a filthy warm-up suit, claiming it was “the greatest” this and that… but was unable to complete the… Read More ›

The Bay of Pigs 56 Years Later

From Frontpage Mag, by Humberto Fontova When U.S. airstrikes could have destroyed a terrorist regime, freed a nation and altered history. “Where are the planes?!” kept crackling over U.S. Navy radios exactly 56 years ago this week. The U.S. Naval armada… Read More ›

What Comes Next?

Source: Event Horizon Chronicle, by Richard Sauder In a word: change. Very big change. All that remains to be determined is the nature of the change and its precise timeline. Of course the threat of major warfare, possibly even nuclear warfare, looms… Read More ›

War Cries Drown Out ‘America First’ 

Source: Buchanan.org, by Patrick Buchanan “Why would I call China a currency manipulator when they are working with us on the North Korean problem?” tweeted President Donald Trump on Easter Sunday. Earlier, after discovering “great chemistry” with Chinese President Xi Jinping over… Read More ›

Mattis! Bombs for Brains!

From Steve Pieczenik Talks, by Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik, MD, PhD Bombs for Brains! Why We Always Lose All Wars. On April 12, 2017, DOD dropped a 21,600 pound GBU-43/B on ISIS tunnels in Nanghar province, Afghanistan. The bomb is officially… Read More ›