New Study: WTC 7 Didn’t Collapse from Fire

September 30, 2019 Staff 2

At the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 crimes, a newly released study from the University of Alaska Fairbanks reveals that—as many “conspiracy theorists” have long maintained—fire did not cause the collapse of World Trade Center […]

Is a New U.S. Mideast War Inevitable?

July 19, 2019 Staff 1

By Patrick J. Buchanan In October 1950, as U.S. forces were reeling from hordes of Chinese troops who had intervened massively in the Korean War, a 5,000-man Turkish brigade arrived to halt an onslaught by […]

Where Trump’s and Bibi’s Interests Clash

April 16, 2019 Staff 0

“What Bibi wants, Bibi gets,” writes Pat Buchanan. But war with Iran is not what either U.S. national interests or Trump’s political interests want or need. By Patrick J. Buchanan On Monday, President Donald Trump […]

Russian Presence Feared in Mideast

February 20, 2019 Staff 1

Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz warns that the Russians are back—and looking to threaten Israel. By Richard Walker A warning that Russia has returned to the Middle East to threaten Israel is just one of many alarming […]

From Terrorist Assassin to Savior

October 6, 2018 Staff 1

As Iraq continues its descent into chaos, one Shiite cleric offers to make nation great again. Surprisingly, this same man spent years on American military’s most-wanted lists. By Richard Walker As Iraq once again shows […]

Neocons Punish Palestinians

October 1, 2018 Staff 0

After the Palestinian Liberation Organization called for Israel to be investigated for war crimes at the ICC, the State Department ordered its D.C. office be closed. Palestinian officials have vowed to fight back against this […]

Armchair Warriors for Zion

September 27, 2018 Staff 0

The U.S. government is bursting with lackeys who place Israel, not America, first. While Jared Kushner, Mike Pompeo, and John Bolton are ever busy ensuring U.S. foreign policy considers Israel first, now Kenneth Marcus at […]

Lebanon Threatened With Genocide

May 27, 2018 Staff 0

Hezbollah has become a major power broker in Lebanon, explains Richard Walker, after winning big in the recent election—prompting immediate threats of genocide by an Israeli politician called “more dangerous than Hezbollah.” By Richard Walker […]

Israel at 70: Bibi’s Troubled Hour of Power

May 18, 2018 Staff 0

President Donald Trump and the Congress continue to seemingly answer to Israel’s prime minister in foreign policy decisions, yet how long can such unwavering support continue in light of Israel’s ongoing slaughter of innocent Palestinians […]

Beware the Ides of May

May 8, 2018 Staff 4

May is shaping up to be a dangerous month for America and the world, as President Trump decides whether to kill the Iran and hundreds of thousands of Palestinians walks in the Great Return March […]

YouTube and the War Against Iran

May 3, 2018 Staff 1

Was the YouTube shooter, Nassim Aghdam, a victim of the anti-Iran culture war?  By Kevin Barrett We are told that Nassim Aghdam, the woman who purportedly shot three people at the headquarters of the video […]

Protests Greet Israel Lobby’s Annual Gathering

March 9, 2018 Staff 1

With Palestine remaining an open-air concentration camp under Israeli occupation, protests were held Washington D.C. outside the annual AIPAC convention. Among many others worldwide, increasing numbers of Jews, including in Israel, oppose Prime Minister Benjamin […]

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