Obama Regime Colluded w/Russia on Uranium Sale in 2009; FBI Hid the Info

CALLING ROBERT MUELLER ….  Please expand your ever-expanding witch hunt investigation to include REAL, PROVEN Russian collusion.  Oh, wait, I forgot …. you’d have to take the fifth to avoid self-incrimination. Today we learn that the honorable William Jefferson Clinton and his always-above-reproach wife Hillary conspired with high-ranking officials of the Russian government to sell the rights to American uranium resources to Russia, in exchange for payments made to Bill Clinton and the Clinton Family Crime Fund Foundation. Not content merely to violate ethics laws and trample on national security for personal profit, the Clintons winked and nodded as Obama’s … Continue reading

Rep Steve King Wants Obama Included In 2nd Special Counsel Probe

Posted on July 30, 2017 by Rick Wells In the debate over the House Judiciary Committee’s amendment to call for a second special counsel to address the crimes of top Democrats, Congressman Steve King (R-IA) notes that there have been several things left out of the discussion, some guilty individuals and areas of illegal conduct. He starts off with a reminder that Hussein Obama sent a contingent of partisans to Israel in the heat of their 2015 election in an attempt to unseat Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, an operation that was known as V15 and which involved the misappropriation of $350,000 of US taxpayer money. … Continue reading

The Trump Effect? Or Just A Fight Over Money? Qatar Isolated By Moderate Arab States

Well, here’s a possible dagger to the heart of Barack Hussein Obama’s precious “legacy”:  Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE, and Egypt have cut off all financial and diplomatic dealings with the state of Qatar.  Why?  There are two explanations.  First, the political one:  These states are reacting to Qatar’s long-term support and financing for The Muslim Brotherhood.  You will recall that Barack Hussein Obama and his Secretary of State Hillary Clinton channeled hundreds of millions of dollars as well as weapons to the Brotherhood via the government of Qatar, during their efforts to destabilize the mideast and call it the … Continue reading

What to think about Putin

I don’t normally copy an entire article someone else wrote, but this one is too good for me to mess with.  It is copied in its entirety from IMPRIMIS – the Hillsdale College monthly newsletter.  The following is adapted from a speech delivered on February 15, 2017, at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar in Phoenix, Arizona by Christopher Caldwell – a senior editor at The Weekly Standard. A graduate of Harvard College, his essays, columns, and reviews appear in the Claremont Review of Books, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times Book Review, the Spectator (London), Financial Times, … Continue reading

An Open Letter To America And Her New President

By Dave Merrick —— Bio and Archives December 31, 2016 Years ago in a Wal-Mart, I was walking past the toy department. A screaming four year-old was demanding that his mom buy him the little car set he had opened and scattered all over the floor. After the young mother had several times declined and asked him to come along with her, the boy threw one of the toys at her, leaving a cut on her forehead. The rattled mom stood there and began slowly counting as some parents do before administering discipline. After she got to ‘five’, the kid … Continue reading

Putin Suspends Nuclear Pact, Ratchets Up The Global Stakes

  Russia suspends nuclear R&D pact with United States Science Magazine Richard Stone Oct. 7, 2016 Even during the Cold War things were never this bad, U.S. officials say. On 5 October, the Russian government suspended an agreement with the United States on nuclear R&D cooperation and terminated another on retooling Russian research reactors to no longer run on weapons-grade uranium fuel. The suspensions are largely symbolic, but have nonetheless plunged relations between the world’s most formidable nuclear powers to a new low and driven a new wedge between nuclear science communities that had forged close ties in the wake … Continue reading

Time Shift Back To Cold War Days

  ARE WE SEEING A RISE OF POWER IN RUSSIA HARKING BACK TO COLD WAR DAYS? Alarming new developments out of Russia are going to require intense focus soon not only for ISIS but western democratic countries too. Putin in a strong display has been given the green light on a new KGB style force. UK’s Sunday Express from Sharia Unveiled carries the following article: VLADIMIR Putin has been granted permission to build a super army to crush Islamic State (ISIS) fanatics at home and abroad. By TOM BATCHELOR May 20, 2016 The National Guard force – which was approved … Continue reading

Vladimir Putin: The Truth About ISIS

From Sharia Unveiled I truly hope that ALL people will watch, listen and think about what Vladimir Putin reveals in this video from the Valdai International Discussion Club in late 2014. Few world leaders have ever more eloquently told as much truth within 7 minutes.. by, Sophie McAdam | True Activist | This short video showing Vladimir Putin answering a question on ISIS from a US journalist was filmed at the Valdai International Discussion Club in late 2014. While millions of patriotic Americans still believe the simple narrative of ‘Russia is bad, USA is good’, Putin’s explosive comments blow that mindset right … Continue reading

Russia Expanding Presence In Syria

The Bear Steps In: Russia’s Expanding Military Presence in Syria by Jonathan Spyer The Jerusalem Post September 12, 2015 Originally published under the title “Russia’s Military Presence in Syria.” Some of the photos reportedly posted to social media in recent days by Russian soldiers in Syria’s Latakia province. The current increase of the Russian military presence in northwest Syria is a function of the declining military fortunes of the Assad regime. It represents a quantitative, rather than qualitative, change in the nature of the Russian engagement in Syria. Moscow’s goal throughout the conflict has been to keep Syrian President Bashar Assad in power by … Continue reading

Unilateral US Withdrawal From ABM Treaty Pushing Russia Toward New Arms Race

From RT.com Global decisions like the US pulling out of a treaty banning strategic anti-ballistic missile defenses are pushing the world towards a new Cold War, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. Military conflicts have a far lesser impact, he added. “Not military conflicts but global decisions like the US unilateral withdrawal from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty lead to a Cold War,” Putin said. “This more in fact pushes us to a new round of the arms race, because it changes the global security system.” Putin made his comments at a key plenary session at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. … Continue reading

Putin Mulled Putting Nuclear Forces ‘On Alert’ Over Crimea

From Yahoo News Russian President Vladimir Putin said he was ready to put the country’s nuclear forces on alert as he sought to annex Crimea last year after the fall of a Moscow-backed government in Kiev. In a nearly three-hour documentary aired on state TV in Russia on Sunday a year after the takeover of the Black Sea Peninsula from Ukraine, Putin showed the lengths he was willing to go to in order to protect Russian-speaking citizens of the province he considered a historic slice of Russia. The documentary, “Homeward Bound”, features interviews with Putin and reconstructions in which the … Continue reading

What If Putin Didn’t Have Nemtsov Killed?

  In case you missed it…. there seems to be some trouble brewing in Russia. One of the most outspoken men against Putin in the Liberal Opposition Party has been murdered. There are those who are now pointing their finger that this was a hit and Putin is the culprit. PFFT! Not likely! I’m sure if Putin wanted this man dead he would have had a better way to get the job done and quietly! Not by having shooters open up and cause a big scene. Putin is much smarter than that! I also know that many Russians love Putin. … Continue reading

Is Russia Banning Islam?

From Raymond Ibrahim Russia appears to be taking serious moves to combat the “radicalization” of Muslims within its border. Recent pro-Islamic reports are complaining that Russia is banning the Islamic hijab—the headdress Islamic law requires Muslim women to wear—and, perhaps even more decisively, key Islamic scriptures, on the charge that they incite terrorism. In the words of Arabic news site Elaph, “Russia is witnessing a relentless war on the hijab.  It began in a limited manner but has grown in strength, prompting great concern among Russia’s Muslims.” The report continues by saying that women wearing the hijab are being “harassed” … Continue reading

Nuttier than squirrel food

Nuts, fruitcakes and seasonal food for thought   Having a look around tells you there is lots to leave you scratching your head, even giving you a chuckle. The big production on Keystone that was Landrieu’s Hail Mary went bust. She was shutdown by her own offense. The defense on the other side couldn’t save her from her own linemen. A befuddled Obama overseas said ‘I am just now hearing about this” to the montage of Johnathon Gruber quotes. Makes you think Gruber must have been the life of the party at those secret Obamcare meetings. I bet he was … Continue reading

Bill Whittle: The Murderer in the Kremlin

Russia is on the move. But as Bill Whittle shows in this searing FIREWALL, Americans simply cannot wrap their minds around the history of terror and murder of the Russian Secret Police. Bill presents that history in horrific fashion, and shows the West just what it is up against. The bottom line is that Putin is no Boy Scout contrary to the image that has been carefully crafted.  Putin is  a stone cold killer.  Never forget it. ~ Hardnox

Biden’s Son Joins Ukraine Gas Company

From the Moscow Times: The youngest son of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, has been appointed head of legal affairs at Ukraine’s largest private gas producer — a move he said would benefit Ukrainians and the country’s economy. In a statement published Monday on its website, Burisma Holdings announced Hunter Biden would join its board of directors and head the company’s legal unit. “As a new member of the board, I believe that my assistance in consulting the company on matters of transparency, corporate governance and responsibility, international expansion and other priorities will contribute to the economy and benefit the people of Ukraine,” Hunter Biden said in the statement. Burisma owns several Ukrainian oil and gas companies, including Esko Pivnich and Pari, Lenta.ru reported Tuesday. … Continue reading

A New World Tax Regime

Alt-Market.com Tuesday, 15 April 2014 This article was written by Alex Newman and originally published at The New American To anyone who even casually monitors international agencies — such as the UN, the OECD, and the IMF — it will come as no surprise that those agencies have long wanted stable sources of funding that they could count on, rather than relying on handouts from governments around the world. But it would likely come as a surprise to most that we will likely see the initial operation of a world tax regime to fund international entities by 2015. The Organization … Continue reading

Military Struggles to Defend Gulf of Mexico

From Breitbart: With Iran investing in cruise missile technology and Vladimir Putin strengthening his ties to Latin America’s leftist strongholds, American military leaders are struggling to fully meet the threat of a cruise missile attack from the Gulf of Mexico. According to the National Journal, American generals are increasingly concerned that Russia or Iran could establish presences in the Gulf of Mexico that require a sufficient counter-effort. In a congressional hearing last week, General Charles Jacoby admitted the military has met “some significant challenges” in establishing defense mechanisms that would sufficiently protect from such an attack. The Pentagon, he added, … Continue reading

Candidly speaking: Putin, Ukraine and the Jews

  From The Jerusalem Post / Opinion   Candidly speaking: Putin, Ukraine and the Jews By ISI LEIBLER 03/16/2014 20:30 Thirty years ago, I would never have visualized myself supporting closer relations between Israel and Russia.               The international crisis created by Putin’s military incursion into Crimea has also served to highlight, again, Russia’s relationship to the Jews. The Russian president has included radical nationalism and anti-Semitism in the Ukraine as major justifications for his intervention. I have personal experience of the feral anti-Semitism which pervaded the region from my direct dealings with senior … Continue reading

Thought For Today – March 2, 2014

    While I believe Putin to be a KGB thug, I think he is right on securing the safety of ethnic Russians in the Crimea.  It’s little different that when Reagan invaded Grenada to save a bunch of American kids that were attending cheap colleges.  Imagine if Belize or Honduras suddenly went full commie while a bunch of expat Americans were there.  We certainly would invade and protect Americans.  This situation is no different. Further, this is in Russia’s backyard. What business is it of obama to tell Putin anything when after all the bloodshed that has been caused … Continue reading