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Article Image, by Jacob G. Hornberger

People sometimes ask me whether there is any relevance of the Kennedy assassination to where we are today as a country.

Article Image by Caitlin J

The Washington Post has a new article out bemoaning the fact that Russian military commanders are declining calls from the Pentagon to discuss their operations in Ukraine (I dunno guys, might have something to do with the fact that the US is sharing

Article Image By Chris Hedges

The Dr. Strangeloves, like zombies rising from the mass graves they created around the globe, are once again stoking new campaigns of industrial mass slaughter.

Article Image, by Jacob G. Hornberger

Assuming that America can avoid a nuclear war with Russia, the American people would be well-served to ponder and reflect on some of the good founding principles of our country. One of those good founding principles was "no entangling alliances."

Article Image by Jacob G. Hornberger

Suppose that John, in an act of pure political gamesmanship, threatens to corner Peter. In response, Peter says to John, "If you corner me as part of your political game, I will shoot and kill Mary. So don't corner me."

Article Image, by Sheldon Richman

I don't know if the U.S. foreign-policy elite wanted Russia to invade Ukraine – an argument could be made for the affirmative – but I'd hate to think it did. Yet given its long record of global mischief (a polite word for its machinations), w

Article Image by Pat Buchanan

When several NATO nations revealed that they had dozens of Russian-made MiG-29s, the idea arose to fly them to Ukraine and turn them over to Ukrainian pilots familiar with the MiGs.

Article Image by John W. Whitehead

"Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded because it comprises and develops the germ of every other. War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes… known instruments for bringing the many unde

Article Image by Ray McGovern

If the White House actually thought it could publicly shame China into condemning Russia for invading Ukraine, perhaps this shows it is incapable of understanding the serious challenge it now faces from a Russia-China entente.

Article Image, By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

Events in Ukraine are happening very fast, and if I tried to predict what will happen there, my prediction would soon be overtaken by events. But one thing is certain. We need to understand the background of the crisis, and we also need to remember t

Article Image by Patrick J. Buchana

When Russia's Vladimir Putin demanded that the U.S. rule out Ukraine as a future member of the NATO alliance, the US archly replied: NATO has an open-door policy. Any nation, including Ukraine, may apply for membership and be admitted. We're not