What if innocent Americans were being killed in repeated drone attacks carried out by some foreign force who was trying to fix our problems for us? Would sending money help their image? If another nation committed this type of violence and destruct
Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will examine Iran's newly disclosed uranium enrichment plant on October 25, the chief of the UN nuclear watchdog has said.
Speculations grow that Russian diplomats, working on instructions from propaganda experts, tricked White House and State Department officials to get President Obama to make his missile shield announcement on September 17, a bad day for Poland.
The International Olympics Committee humiliated the President.
Iran will have two weeks, Obama said, to follow through on the commitments Western officials announced following the seven-way Geneva meetings, the first in which the United States held substantive direct discussions on the Iranian nuclear program wi
CAIRO — As the West raises the pressure on Iran over its nuclear program, Arab governments, especially the small, oil-rich nations in the Persian Gulf, are growing increasingly anxious.
Our President and his loyal media drones have continued to show their unwavering support for a want-to-be dictator in Honduras.1 President Manuel Zelaya violated numerous laws in the Honduran constitution and was lawfully removed from office.
The Bank of England has summoned the City's leading economists to an unprecedented meeting. Others suspect the Bank is concerned that many think either that QE amounts to printing money, much as Zimbabwe and Weimar Germany did, or that it simply is n
The United States and NATO countries fighting in Afghanistan have told President Hamid Karzai's government that they expect him to remain in office for another five-year term and will work with him on an expanded campaign to turn insurgent fighters a
George Soros is one of the big sugar daddies of the Democratic Party.
Russia will discuss relaxing laws regulating foreign participation in offshore energy projects to attract investment from abroad, Natural Resources Minister Yuri Trutnev told Reuters on Saturday.
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Japan's new prime minister, Yukio Hatoyama, faces his first diplomatic test this week when he meets President Barack Obama in New York as the two allies grapple with disagreements that investors fear could damage ties.
The Somali army is so weak and ill-trained that its soldiers have begun defecting to the Islamists and their U.S.-supplied weapons are being traded to the insurgents, known as al-Shabab, the politicians say.
UN report says pandemic may result in anarchy unless western world pays for antiviral drugs and vaccines
President Obama's decision to abandon a Bush-era missile defense system in Europe and establish a partly ship-based shield against Iranian rockets could tighten U.S. pressure on the Islamic republic and ease a simmering rift with Russia.
According to international law experts, the invasion and ongoing occupation of Afghanistan is as illegal as the US presence in Iraq. The United Nations Charter mandates that military force against another country is only justified when used in self-defense or authorized by the UN Security Council.
The United States accounted for more than two-thirds of foreign weapons sales in 2008, a year in which global sales were at a three-year low.
Citing a congressional study, the United States was involved in 68.4% of the global sales of arms.
A portion of American taxpayer dollars slated for development projects in Afghanistan is alleged to end up in the hands of the Taliban, the GlobalPost reports. The United States Agency for International Development is investigating if its funds are being used by contractors to pay the Taliban for protection – from itself.
The White House is facing mounting pressure from lawmakers to work harder to rally flagging public support for the war in Afghanistan.With casualties rising, the administration is struggling to persuade voters that the war can be won or is worth the human and financial costs.
Comment mine Birds of a Feather! The Obama Administration has decided to block travel by the people of Honduras to the United States to punish their country for its Supreme Court’s refusal to back the return to power of Honduras’s ex-president and would-be dictator, Manuel Zelaya, who is backed by left-wing Latin American dictators like Castro and Chavez. The Obama Administration is now blocking the issuance of nearly all visas, meaning that a Honduran grandma who wants to visit her grandkids in the United States can’t. Obama’s decision came in response to a recent ruling by the Honduras Supreme Court, ruling that the removal of the country’s would-be dictator was a perfectly lawful “constitutional succession,” and that he must face criminal charges for the crimes he committed as president. Obama’s action will further destabilize a country whose economy has been pushed to the brink by recent turmoil, and which is the third-poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. (Honduras has
U.S. officials denied American troops were violating Philippine laws by engaging in combat against Muslim militants, saying they were only training Filipino soldiers and their mission was temporary.
Allegations that U.S. troops in the southern Philippines are building permanent structures and joining the fight against al-Qaida-linked Abu Sayyaf militants have roiled nationalist and left-wing forces opposed to the American presence.
Long-gagged FBI whistleblower’s full under-oath testimony from Ohio election case, details Congressional blackmail, bribery, espionage, infiltration, and more…
The Central Intelligence Agency in 2004 hired outside contractors from the private security contractor Blackwater USA as part of a secret program to locate and assassinate top operatives of Al Qaeda, according to current and former government officials.
John Yettaw, 53, of Falcon, Missouri, was detained in Myanmar for three months after he swam across a lake and made an unauthorized visit to the home of detained democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi.
Time is running out for [some] wealthy Americans with secret Swiss bank
accounts, as they weigh whether they want to turn themselves in to the
Internal Revenue Service or gamble that their names are not among the
thousands set to be exposed in one of the U.S. government's most
aggressive efforts to hunt down international tax cheats.
The cost of building and operating the controversial U.S. ballistic missile sites in Europe could substantially exceed the original estimate of more than $4 billion, the Government Accountability Office has told Congress.The Defense Department's original estimate of $837 million for constructing the sites in Poland and the Czech Republic "did not fully account for the cost of power and utilities at the sites, among other things," the GAO said.
President Obama may be long-winded and loquacious in public debate, but Libertarian fire eaters like Ron Paul who in a word war is donning the armor of a Republican Knight and ready to joust, will eat him alive.
Even the prime minister of the largest country in the world needs a little time off. And for Vladimir Putin, this involves a testosterone-fuelled, adventure-holiday in the south of Siberia, including everything from campfires to boat excursions. Apparently Russia's best known action-man is even spending his nights this week in a tent.
In the latest installment of Vladimir Putin's action man adventures, the Russian prime minister has been seen tramping, boating and riding bare-chested in Siberia. He's there to talk about the endangered snow leopard, but the macho image also serves his political needs. Even the prime minister of the largest country in the world needs a little time off. And for Vladimir Putin, this involves a testosterone-fuelled, adventure-holiday in the south of Siberia, including everything from campfires to boat excursions. Apparently Russia's best known action-man is even spending his nights this week in a tent.