The War in Ukraine and Judeo-Christian Values

Mixing religion with politics is generally not a good idea. Still, it looks like it is one of the few remaining options to avoid what then-Senator Sam Nunn and his colleagues  described in 2020 as continuing to sleepwalk towards a nuclear WWIII. According to a YouGov poll, most Americans think such a war will be in … Continue reading “The War in Ukraine and Judeo-Christian Values”

‘Mother of Maidan’ To Resign

The common opinion, at least in the West, about the starting date of the current crisis that might escalate into nuclear WWIII is February 24, 2022, with Putin’s “unprovoked” invasion of Ukraine. However, many unbiased observers believe that it began with the Western-backed regime change coup in Ukraine eight years earlier. Victoria Nuland, at that … Continue reading “‘Mother of Maidan’ To Resign”

Fake Threats, Fake News, Fake Panic

On Wednesday, February 14, Ohio Republican Rep. Mike Turner from Ohio, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said in a statement that his panel had “made available to all Members of Congress information concerning a serious national security threat.” This announcement made headline news, followed by statements from his colleagues in the House. Some … Continue reading “Fake Threats, Fake News, Fake Panic”

Indispensable Nation or One Obsessed with Hegemony

An Internet search shows journalist Sidney Blumenthal and historian James Chace as the first to coin the term “indispensable nation,” which is appropriate for describing the United States. This happened in 1996 during Bill Clinton’s presidency and Madeleine Albright’s term as Secretary of State. In his book The Clinton Wars, Blumenthal justified this definition since … Continue reading “Indispensable Nation or One Obsessed with Hegemony”

Who Lost the Peace Dividend After the End of the Cold War?

The end of the first Cold War in the late 80s gave Americans a unique historical chance to stop worrying about nuclear war and get a well-deserved Peace Dividend. Instead, not only they lost it, but the talk about the inevitable nuclear WW3 became a routine discussion subject in the government, public, and media circles. … Continue reading “Who Lost the Peace Dividend After the End of the Cold War?”

Ukrainian Tragedy That Might Escalate Into Armaggedon

The war in Ukraine is about to enter its 3rd year with no signs of ending, meaning more deaths and destruction for this unfortunate country. It was provoked by those in the U.S. who decided to use Ukrainians for their geopolitical gains which is sort of innovation in military affairs contrary to the U.S. wars … Continue reading “Ukrainian Tragedy That Might Escalate Into Armaggedon”

Zelensky’s Glory and Its Price

Zelensky’s fame and glory in the West are indisputable, and his rise to celebrity status is remarkable. The transition from a comedian who played the piano on stage with his pants down to a politician who was compared by the media to Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, Ronald Reagan, and many other famous politicians will earn … Continue reading “Zelensky’s Glory and Its Price”

President Biden’s War Pigs

Day of judgment, God is calling On their knees, the war pigs crawling Begging mercy for their sins Satan laughing spreads his wings Oh lord, yeah! ~ Black Sabbath Lyrics In 1992, comedian George Carlin noted that after the Cold War politicians in Washington were always declaring war on things at home, “We got a … Continue reading “President Biden’s War Pigs”

The Historic High Points in the American-Russia Relationship

Even before the start of Russia-Ukraine war in February 2022 former Energy Secretary Ernest J. Moniz and Senator Sam Nunn have co-authored an article in the September/October issue of Foreign Affairs explaining that the risk of nuclear use has become disturbingly plausible—and proposing concrete steps to reduce the risk. “In the U.S.-Russia relationship, clashing national … Continue reading “The Historic High Points in the American-Russia Relationship”

One Time When Biden Was Right

During the September 28, 2023, hearing on “The Basis for an Impeachment Inquiry of President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.,” House Committee on Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) detailed how overwhelming evidence shows President Joe Biden lied to the American people about his knowledge of and participation in his family’s corrupt international and domestic … Continue reading “One Time When Biden Was Right”