The pro forma official spin, via Rear Adm. Jim Kirk, commander of the Nimitz, is that the ops were conducted to "reinforce our commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific, a rules-based international order, and to our allies and partners".
75 years after Hiroshima, the US is making many of the same dangerous mistakes it did in the run-up to that disastrous moment, this time, with China.
Survivors of the world's first atomic bombing gathered in diminished numbers near an iconic, blasted dome Thursday to mark the attack's 75th anniversary, many of them urging the world, and their own government, to do more to ban nuclear weapons.
The collectivists know they are dragging the country to the precipice, and the fact they are literally war-gaming proves it.
This month marks the 75h anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. While proponents of the bombings have long justified them on the basis that they shortened World War II, the fact is that they were war crimes.
Three decades ago Iraq's Saddam Hussein invaded neighboring Kuwait. It was no contest. Hussein was vastly more ruthless than Kuwait's emir. Iraq's military was significantly larger than Kuwait's armed forces. Hussein declared his conquest to
In dangerous scenario, dueling shows of strength becoming near-weekly occurrence...
The great investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald gave an hour-long lecture on how America's billionaires control the U.S. Government, and here is an edited summary of its opening twenty minutes, with key quotations and assertions from its opening
If an asteroid runs into the earth, any surviving press will blame it on Russia...
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was in the UK yesterday, blaming China for the spread of the coronavirus and suggesting it was a purposeful move on the part of Beijing. Further, in an incredible escalation, the US State Department has demanded that
Iran has not blamed the United States as of yet, however it appears as though they're trying not to fall into a trap.
Early on July 20, positions of the Syrian Army came under shelling by militants in the villages of Furu, Bahsa and Beit Hassno in the southern part of the Idlib de-escalation zone.
Some black Americans have created a black version of the KKK. They have even adopted similar terminology. The leader is called "Grand Master Jay."
Tim and Adam look at a huge new executive order that Trump just signed that completely reframes the US conflict with China.
Before we plunged into our half dozen Middle East wars, we didn't think through where those would end. Have we considered where all our belated bellicosity toward Beijing must invariably lead, and how this all ends?
Explosive new information has revealed how President Trump in 2018 signed a presidential intelligence finding that gave the CIA unprecedented leeway to conduct secret warfare against Washington's declared enemies. Then-CIA director Mike Pompeo was ha
When it comes to foreign policy and war (among other things) there are not two opposing political parties in Washington. Both Republicans and Democrats desperately cling to the warfare state as their ideological and economic lifeblood. That is why Co
Congress historically has tried to force presidents to bring troops home. But in the last three years, lawmakers have repeatedly tried to make laws to do the opposite.
Crete, Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Rhodes. Throughout the whole war the Allies greatest strength was Naval Superiority. British strategy has long been island focused - not keeping its troops locked into an attritional continental campaign for very lon
Over the past three weeks there's been a spate of 'mystery' explosions rocking key facilities and military sites in Iran, including a blast two weeks ago that destroyed a building at Natanz nuclear facility.
Mid-8,000 US troops remain in Afghanistan
Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent news of North Korea rejecting talks with Trump going forward saying they are not interested in the continuation of dialogue.
Warn keeping presences would cost US power
How the House Armed Services Committee, in the Middle of a Pandemic, Approved a Huge Military Budget and More War in Afghanistan
An op-ed in yesterday's New York Times by Democrat Tammy Ducksworth demonstrates that when it comes to "patriotism," liberals are as morally blind as conservatives.
Former Nazi leader Herman Goering famously said:
Over the past several weeks, a series of "mystery explosions" has happened at very strategically sensitive locations inside Iran, and it has become obvious that what we are witnessing is not just a bunch of random accidents.
Former Nazi leader Herman Goering famously said: Why of course the people don't want war. Why should some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece?
Why we can't beat our addiction to war
It seems apparent that there are moves being made in order to create more conflict down the line. There's always a plan long term in foreign policy and we've seen that emulate in Iran over the past 70 years.