I’m not sure why it has me so fired up the last couple of days, but when I saw Joe Biden’s face on the television tonight being asked a question about President Erdogan’s new initiative […]
Russia Today has created a new 14 question online test designed to see how well the average American knows or remembers the US’s self proclaimed War on Terror. For many reasons, I implore all Americans to take the challenge.
CIA wraps up 3 year long Argentina Declassification Project originally commissioned under Obama, revealing new insight into US Cold War Strategy.
Last week Senator Edward Markey (D-MA) introduced a new piece of legislation entitled the “Privacy Bill of Rights Act” of 2019, a combination of 3 bills which have previously failed to pass US Congress in years past.
2 months ago, 3 years late, the US Army War College published the results a 16 year study into the War in Iraq and the strategies that went into overthrowing the Government, fighting the Islamic State and attempting to maintain stability.
Less than 2 years after Barack Obama issued an Executive Order to close Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, Donald Trump has approved new contracts to expand upon the existing facility. Reportedly, construction is already underway.
In 2017 my website came under heavy attack from Ukraine, attempting to take down a leak implicating the UAE and USA in the illegal smuggling of weapons into Libya, in violation of 2011 UN Security Council arms embargo.
Earlier today an unknown party posted a transcript stolen from an IRC chat client, detailing a private conversation surrounding Guccifer 2.0, the hack of the DNC and how the events surrounding it tie or relate to Donald Trump and Russia.
If this article doesn’t single-handedly bring an end to US engagement in Afghanistan, nothing will.