If a U.S. political giant falls in Washington, D.C. but nobody is around to hear it, did Russia do it?
Russophrenia: a condition where the sufferer believes Russia is both about to collapse, and take over the world.
Through the years the idea of what freedom means has narrowed and at present its interpretation seems very much in the hands of the West, Tim Kirby writes.
Deceiving the public can be essential to the people who hold the real power. But, how long can it continue to succeed?
Thousands of liberal professors who are now serving the half-baked claim that America is a cauldron of racism should take a much-needed sabbatical from their disconnected ivy towers for a reality check.
The worst aspect of the increasing thought control taking place in America’s public space is that it is not only not over, it is increasing.
From the suspicious ‘poisoning’ of the Skripals in the UK, to the downing of Malaysia Flight 17 over Ukraine, Russia is never invited to contribute testimony and evidence that may help to shine a critical light on the proceedings.
The U.S.’s future prospects, comparatively to other countries, certainly do not appear to be better in the coronavirus era than during the prior period. If anything, America’s prospects appear instead to have gotten even worse.