Tim Kirby is an independent journalist, TV and radio host.
The Washington Post demonstrates the mentality of a medieval peasant – if you don’t agree you must be possessed by demons blinding your judgment.
The problem in Pat Buchanan’s reasoning about the dying state of Democracy we find ourselves in is the foundational idea that change within Democracy has at any time ever been done by the majority, Tim Kirby argues.
This decision by Trump to send troops to defend Saudi Arabia at cost or even for profit could have a much grander resonance than it would seem at first.
If you want massive corporations to serve one master then they must be given no opportunity to serve a second, the NBA did nothing wrong, Tim Kirby writes.
Trump’s ability to survive media scandal is unparalleled, but this new one could call for more hearings to bog down his presidency further and completely halt operations.
Nuclear power’s Energy Return on Energy Invested ratio is by far the best of anything we have on offer today. Not only does it produce a massive amount of electricity from fuel materials but it does so cleanly.
There is a massive trendy push for environmentalism, but the system does not allow for the sweeping changes that some wants, this contradiction leads to what Tim Kirby refers to as the “Technocratic Approach”.
The Saudis have oil and little means to defend it, while at the same time maintaining an ideology that has been demonized by the Mainstream Media for almost 20 years, prepping the West with a casus belli when the time comes.
If Trump is able to fire “one of the boys” from the Washington consensus then he must have already worked out enough deals to do things at least partially the way he wants to do them, Tim Kirby writes.
Another nail in the coffin of American stability may have been driven in just a few days ago as Alabama Republicans adopted a resolution trying to get Representative Ilhan Omar to be expelled from Congress.