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Retired Green Beret Rages “We Are Long Past The Tipping Point”

Authored by Jeremiah Johnson (nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces) via SHTFplan.com, So, let’s cite a few passages from President Trump’s National Security Speech: “Throughout our history, the American people have always been the true source of American greatness. Our people have promoted our culture and […]


Paul Craig Roberts Rages Against Trump’s National Security Speech

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, What do we make of Trump’s national security speech? First of all, it is the military/security complex’s speech, and it is inconsistent with Trump’s intention of normalizing relations with Russia. The military/security complex, using Trump’s position as President, has defined Russia and China as “revisionist powers,” Washington’s rivals who seek […]


Who To Believe On Washington’s Korea Policy, Tillerson Or Trump?

Authored by Ron Paul via The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity, President Trump has often said that his foreign policy objective was to keep his enemies guessing. If that’s the goal, you could say that he’s doing a good job. The problem is who does he think his enemies are, because the American […]


America First (After All Of You…) – Mapping Billions Of Dollars In Foreign Aid

Donald Trump ran for President on the concept of “America First.” What does this mean in practice for his governing philosophy and foreign policy? Drastic cuts to foreign aid expenditures, namely, the money the U.S. sends to other countries for humanitarian, developmental and economic reasons. This made us wonder how much foreign aid the U.S. […]


In Major Victory For Trump, Supreme Court Lets Travel Ban Take Full Effect

In a major victory for President Trump, the Supreme Court allowed his controversial travel ban to take full effect while legal challenges go forward, suggesting the court ultimately will uphold the restrictions, Bloomberg reports. Previously, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and a federal district court in Maryland had said the president could only block […]


Faux Outrage: Reuters Says Tillerson Violating “Child Soldier Laws”; Ignores Same Policies Under Clinton-Obama

Late last night, Reuters published an “exclusive” report which was undoubtedly intended to be a “gotcha” hit piece on Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, courtesy of some disgruntled Obama/Clinton holdovers at the State Department.  The report from Reuters came after they got their hands on a confidential “dissent” memo, signed by ” a dozen U.S. […]


Alcohol, Liberty Ban For US Troops In Japan After Deadly Car Crash

Less than a day after a 61-year-old Japanese citizen was killed when a Marine collided with his car in Okinawa, U.S. Forces Japan announced that it was cutting off local liberty for all troops in the region and prohibiting the consumption of alcohol until further notice. As Military.com's Hope Hodge Sack reports, the deadly crash occurred around […]


White House Declares North Korea A State Sponsor Of Terror

Following comments by the White House last week that the administration would soon bring more pressure on North Korea, President Donald Trump has confirmed as much to a crowd of reporters, adding that, as of today, that North Korea would once again be designated a terror sponsor. Trump cited the killing of North Korean leader […]


US Special Forces Capture Militant Who Was Instrumental In 2012 Benghazi Attack

For all the talk about Paul Manafort’s indictiment, one can’t help but feel that there is a distinct undercurrent amid today’s newsflow focusing on Hillary Clinton: from the resignation of one of the most powerful Democrats, Tony Podesta, who earlier today parted ways with the lobbying firm he founded after it became ensnared in the […]


Trump To Annouce Tougher Caps, Vetting Rules For Refugees

Now that the Trump administration’s temporary ban on accepting new refugees – first implemented in June after the Supreme Court ruled that a narrower version of Trump’s second travel ban would be allowed to take effect – has expired, the administration has said it will begin accepting refugees from all countries, but with new rules […]


White House Reveals What It Wants In Exchange For Keeping “Dreamers”

On Sunday night, the White House revealed that it is seeking more funds from Congress to fund Trump’s wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, more resources to hire thousands more immigration officers, cutting the number of new legal immigrants and generally demanding a steep price for legislation under consideration to help so-called Dreamers. According to the […]


Trump Expected To “Decertify” Iran Nuclear Deal Next Thursday

Update:  Confirming our note from earlier this morning, the Washington Post has just confirmed that President Trump will deliver a speech next Thursday to officially announce plans to “decertify” the international nuclear deal with Iran.  According to WaPo, Trump is expected to lay out a broader strategy with respect to Iran but will stop short […]


Trump Expected To Declare Iran In Breach Of Nuclear Deal

In the months leading up to the November 2016 election, Trump repeatedly referred to Obama’s secretive Iran Nuclear deal as “the worst deal I’ve ever seen negotiated” (here’s just one example).  Of course, for a man who only speaks in absolutes, it’s difficult to know what that meant for the fate of the deal but […]


North Korea Seen Moving Missiles As US Admits For First Time It Is In “Direct Contact” With Pyongyang

North Korea has again been observed moving several missiles from a rocket facility in the capital Pyongyang, according to a report late on Friday by South Korea’s Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) rising speculation that the North is preparing to take more provocative actions. The last time a similar report emerged was at the start of […]


Trump To Adopt Draconian Refugee Cap, Admit Fewest Refugees In Decades

Two days after the Trump administration officially abandoned its controversial travel ban in favor of targeted restrictions singling out travelers from a larger list of countries, Foreign Policy is reporting that the Trump administration plans to dramatically reduce the number of refugees that the US accepts every year – the long-awaited second part of the […]