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Article Image by Ray McGovern

Take heart, most of you who fear war rather than profit from it. You would not know it amid the gloom and doom about "another Russian invasion" of Ukraine, but diplomacy – not war – is about to break out this month.

Article Image By Eric S. Margolis

How many American soldiers will die in the battle for Luhansk? Or Kerch? Not 1 in 1,000 Americans could find these drab Ukrainian (formerly Russian) industrial cities on a map.

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A country without an honest media is blind to its fate. In the US there is no media, only repetition of official narratives. The foreign policy narrative is: Russia Bad. China Bad. Iran bad. That is the extent of US foreign policy.

Article Image by Ray McGovern

Whether Russia and China have a formal defense alliance or something short of that became largely moot today when Chinese President Xi Jinping stated that "this relationship even exceeds an alliance in its closeness and effectiveness."

Article Image, by Pat Buchanan

One day after warning Russian President Vladimir Putin he would face "severe" economic sanctions, "like ones he's never seen," should Russia invade Ukraine, President Joe Biden assured Americans that sending U.S. combat troops to Ukraine is

Article Image by Ron Paul

President Biden's "townhall" meeting this past week was a disaster. From his bizarre poses to the incoherent answers, it seemed to confirm America's worst fears about a president we are told was elected by the most voters ever.