Identity politics plus the intense attacks against President Trump are leading the Democrat Party deep into radical leftism.
Bob Woodward tries to go two for two in his efforts to take down President Trump, but Trump is a far cry from Nixon.
Hidden from view by the mainstream Western media, plans seem to be taking shape for a Ukrainian / NATO offensive against Donetsk.
CIA forced to admit it knows nothing about any actions planned or being taken by Russia regarding the Congressional midterms.
Ukrainian leadership manipulates its people through the creation of a false national Church for Ukraine that bows to the will of secularism.
Russian ambassador hopes that the US will act responsibly, in contrast to April's Syria airstrikes after a previous false flag attack.
CNN digs in and defends its debatable quality of journalism as President Trump slams the network for using false accounts in its reporting.
Russia sees move as a new example of Kiev's present bent towards its own self-destruction and says it has nothing to fear from Ukraine.
Michael Cohen's attorney Lanny Davis admits giving CNN unverified information, but CNN eschews truth to maintain its dishonest narrative.
The US senator who was a stalwart defender of American interventionism and unilateralism around the globe, has succumbed to cancer
Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen helped perpetuate the myth of Russiagate, but this served the goals of the anti-Trump crowd.
The all-but-inevitable Second American Civil War is likely to be fought away from US soil if the globalists have their way.
Former Prosecutor and New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani insists the whole Russiagate investigation is predicated on false premises.
The US government and the presstitutes that serve it continue to lie to us about everything. Today the Bureau of Labor Statistics told us that the...
President Trump's Press Secretary shows she is made of steel in her daily presser as she calmly dispatches CNN's "White House agitator."
On Wednesday, Republican Senators introduced a bill that would make mandatory U.S. economic sanctions on companies building the Nord Stream pipeline
What specifically did the Russians and the Germans, and the French, discuss about Syria and Ukraine?
President Lenin Moreno is apparently closer to making Mr. Assange leave the Ecuadoran embassy, ensuring his arrest and extradition to the US.
While cordial relations remain, allegations suggest that some Greek authorities are taken in by European perceptions of Russia as a threat.
The role of Matthew Nimetz in the longstanding conflict between Greece and its northern neighbor may purportedly be that of an impartial mediator, but his past...
Was Greece and the Karamanlis government destabilized and the country set ablaze as part of a hybrid war in response to Greece's interest in Russian gas...
It looks like Assange and Snowden now have a new partner in crime: Rafael Correa
Who is going to take them becomes the next big question
Almost a decade later, the case of Alexis Grigoropoulos presents more questions than answers. How is the Grigoropoulos case related to Operation Pythia, the destructive fires...
From demonstrations to harassment to violent attacks against political offices and Secret Service agents, activist hysteria continues to grow
Victims of hostile foreign supervision and successive anti-Greek governments, have the people of Greece reached their limit?
For months, SYRIZA has touted Greece's economic "success story" and forthcoming "clean exit" from austerity and the memorandum agreements. But do the country's economic indicators actually...
Former prime minister George Papandreou has "saved" Greece multiple times. He first brought in the IMF. He then introduced "green" energy. Now he's pushing for legal...
So much for sovereignty
She has conceded much and nearly lost her handle on power
As Tsipras and Zaev celebrated the signing of the “North Macedonia” deal in a picturesque lakeside setting, hell on earth was unfolding in the surrounding region...
Helena Sheehan's "The Syriza Wave" chronicles the dramatic rise of SYRIZA and its first months in power, up until it overturned the July 2015 referendum result....
The bilateral deal with Greece will see Athens readmit asylum seekers
Europe finds itself torn between opposing ideologies
And Israel is not happy about it
Nevradakis was interviewed on Radio Sputnik's "Fault Lines Radio" program on the hurdles the "North Macedonia" deal still faces.