No one can say the English weren't warned. As reported by the Associated Press: Scotland's leader delivered a shock twist to Britain's EU exit drama on Monday, announcing that she will seek authority to hold a new independence referendum in the next two years because Britain is dragging Scotland out of the EU against its … Continue reading Brexit Backlash: Why Scotland’s elites want to try again for independence
From Reuters: President Donald Trump will ask German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her views on how the United States can help resolve the conflict in eastern Ukraine when they meet next week, senior Trump administration officials said on Friday. Putin wanted Trump in power; that much is clear, according to U.S. spies. Is it because … Continue reading Reuters: Trump To Rely on Germany To Deal With Ukraine and Putin
It's become the phrase of the week: the Deep State, a cabal of anti-Trump ideologues seeking a coup against a democratically-elected president hiding within the warrens of the CIA, State Department, and any other agency that can be labeled as "shadowy." The reputed "Deep State" is the boogeyman of the Trumpistas frustrated that their president is … Continue reading America Has No Deep State, And Egypt Helps Prove It
From Reuters: U.S.-backed Syrian militias cut the last main road out of Islamic State-held Raqqa on Monday, severing the highway between the group's de facto capital and its stronghold of Deir al-Zor province, a militia spokesman said. The rapid collapse of the Islamic State's territory is no accident. It took months to build up steam … Continue reading Reuters: U.S. Allies Cuts Road to Islamic State Capital
As reported by the Associated Press: After the battlefield of Iraq's Mosul, the next major campaign against the Islamic State group will be to take its de facto capital, the Syrian city of Raqqa. The Pentagon has drawn up a secret plan to do that, likely leaning on local allies with stepped up American support. … Continue reading The Race to Destroy the Islamic State Is On: Associated Press
Declining gas prices in America spell panic in Saudi Arabia.
South Sudan is starving, but we shouldn't rush to judge.