“Mass Shootings Will Never Negate The Need For Gun Rights”

Image: http://www.activistpost.com The solution is simple — abolish all gun free zones. If teachers at the high school in Parkland had been armed the day Nikolas Cruz showed up with the intent to murder, then the entire event could have gone far differently. Instead of acting helplessly as human shields against a spray of bullets, … Continue reading “Mass Shootings Will Never Negate The Need For Gun Rights”

“Yanks to the rescue”: Time’s not-so secret story of how Americans helped Yeltsin win 1996 presidential election

Image: http://www.ytimg.com Ouch! This has got to hurt! For all you warmongering Russophobes out there, who are buying into all of this Russia-gate bullshit, you should check out the following article. If you do check it out, then you might just begin to realize that it is your own precious empire from hell that interferes … Continue reading “Yanks to the rescue”: Time’s not-so secret story of how Americans helped Yeltsin win 1996 presidential election

Bear scare! Why the US Democrats desperately need a Russian bogeyman — RT Op-ed

Image: http://www.taleas.com "Let the people think they govern, and they will be governed." - William Penn 1644-1718 If anybody thought the Trump administration would just release the Nunes memo and drop it, think again. In fact, Trump's legal team backs the idea of a second special counsel to investigate the FBI and Justice Department White … Continue reading Bear scare! Why the US Democrats desperately need a Russian bogeyman — RT Op-ed

US foreign policy for dummies: ‘Do as we say, not as we do’ — RT Op-ed

Image: http://www.rt.com "No one has ever succeeded in keeping nations at war except by lies." -- Salvador de Madariaga (1886-1978 ), Spanish writer, diplomat, and historian, noted for his service at the League of Nations In the particular case of ‘Russia hacking US democracy’ compared to America’s overt efforts to sway elections in foreign countries, … Continue reading US foreign policy for dummies: ‘Do as we say, not as we do’ — RT Op-ed