Obama outpaces Bush
in foreign military
April 16, 2015 It took President Obama just five years to outpace former President George W. Bush when it comes to foreign military sales (FMS). The military industrial complex is coming up “triple 7s” in the FMS jackpot with the majority of the wartime arsenal finding a home in the war torn Middle East. […]
Hack, hack, hack, did Russia meddle?
This week in an open door Senate hearing, the nation’s top intelligence director James Clapper, told lawmakers that the Russian government used a multi-faceted campaign of hacking, fake news and propaganda to sway US voters before they went to the ballot box for the 2016 presidential election. Watch Kimberly’s CW6 News TV segment here “I […]Read More
America’s new Ministry of Propaganda
As the 2016 election post-mortem results rolled in, Americans learned the Main Stream Media (MSM) is largely in the tank for the left. For example, CNN/ABC’s Donna Brazile and fellow Democrats were caught red-handed with emails released by WikiLeaks that showed they were providing Hillary Clinton with pre-debate questions and/or a healthy dose of negative […]Read More
OMG, the Ruskies are coming… the Ruskies are coming. Really!
This week the GOP House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes wrote a letter to the country’s 17 intelligence directors asking them for a closed-door Congressional briefing to find out if Russia tampered with the presidential elections. They declined. Watch Kimberly’s CW6 TV segment here The California lawmaker expressed concern with conflicting media reports and wrote […]Read More
Metamorphosis of secular Turkey to Islamic dictatorship – cause for concern
The Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka’s bizarre book we had to read in high school, back in the olden days, where a man awoke one morning as a cockroach – I know, a weird analogy, but the evolution of Turkey from a modern secular country to an Islamic dictatorship did not happen overnight. Sometimes revolution is sudden […]Read More
U.S. Clients Are Not Our ‘Friends’
Like the U.S. abstention on UNSCR 2334, John Kerry’s speech on settlements and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict comes too late to do any good, but it did contain at least one very important statement about U.S. foreign policy that can be applied to many other issues: Regrettably, some seem to believe that the U.S. friendship means […]Read More