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Article Image, by Jacob G. Hornberger

As we look retrospectively at the crisis in Ukraine, one thing becomes crystal clear: the Cold War never ended, at least not for the U.S. national-security establishment.

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."

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The creation of NATO and Zionist Israel has made practically every conflict in the world America's business, when the fact is, the vast, vast majority of these foreign conflicts are NONE OF OUR BUSINESS.

Article Image, F. William Engdahl

Author F. William Engdahl reveals the history behind the invasion of Ukraine by Russia. In the 1990s when the Soviet Union collapsed, US Secretary of State James Baker III gave a verbal promise that NATO would not move "one inch" to the East.

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.