This quote jumped out at me:did not acknowledge having any troops in Ukraine, the Washington Post reported, and insisted that the troops in the Crimea who were wearing green uniforms without insignia and driving unmarked vehicles were not Russian.Putin
So Russia has sent troops into a sovereign country with the goal of either recruiting that country for their own economic sphere or downright annexation of territory. With the downturn of relations between our two countries people have started talking about "another" cold war. For those of us brought up before, say, 1991, we lived with this concept of the cold war, and despite the so called end of it with the collapse of the Soviet Union during the Bush I presidency, it feels like it never really left. The cold war was played out on economic, military, and psychological fr
Buffett\Goldman Sachs?: “US Advisory team” commences work on railroad to haul $3 Trillion in mineral’s out of Afghanistan.
That must be some Constitution and set of Environmental laws Obama crammed down Afghan’y throats literally at gun point.
Maria Christiana's Proof
Americans for Tax Reform through the Eyes of Stanley Milgram
First of all, let me say, that I have the utmost respect for Tom and have been listening and reading his works for years. I have never questioned his indipendence and "search for the truth"
However, I am concerned about the situation in the Ukraine and will Tom be able to objectivally comment on the situation. It is my understanding the Putin has "shut down" all Pro Ukranian sites.I realize this topic is not one Tom regularily discusses but is there pressure to "toe the party line" and support Russia's attempt to occupy Crimeria and Ukraine?
For many years the Soviet Union needed a water water port. Most of their naval ports were in the cold areas. Now its 2014, the Soviet Union is replaced by Russia and Prime Minster Putin will finally get their warm water port without much of a fight from the United Nations and the United States because President Obama is paying Putin off for helping him in the Middle East.
Cuts to public goods, services, and programs, including education, inflate occupancy at tomorrow’s prisons.
But maybe that’s point given America’s for-profit prison system.