Jan 05 07:01

Biden To Spend Billions More To Fight Inflation

On Monday, the White House declared plans aimed at addressing growing prices for meat and poultry, including setting aside $1 billion for minor producers.

The Biden Administration unveiled its action plan to diversify and strengthen the meat-producing supply chain before a scheduled virtual meeting between President Biden and independent farmers and ranchers.

Jan 05 06:59

NATO foreign ministers’ conference to mount tensions around Ukraine - senior diplomat

By declaring its plans to hold an extraordinary virtual conference of foreign ministers ahead of the NATO-Russia Council’s meeting, the North Atlantic Alliance is trying to increase tensions around the internal Ukrainian conflict, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko told TASS on Tuesday.

"We expect such steps from the alliance. Usually, the NATO-Russia Council was always preceded either by the meetings of the NATO-Ukraine Commission or the meetings of the North Atlantic Council. These are some signals that NATO is sending to us that they are concerned about the alleged concentration of Russian forces," Grushko said.

"All this fits into their line aimed at increasing tensions around the internal Ukrainian crisis, the line of portraying Russia as a party to the conflict. There is nothing surprising here," the senior diplomat said.

Jan 05 06:58

A challenging year

I remember when 1984 was in the distant future. We wondered if our destiny was going to be Big Brother’s police state. But 1984 turned out to be the middle of the Reagan years. Liberals didn’t like Reagan’s rhetoric, but his policies worked. Supply-side economics cured stagflation, and we were working to end the cold war. It was difficult not to like a president who could quip in response to an assassination attempt on his life, “I forgot to duck.”

New ideas reinvigorated US economic and foreign policy. Our future had brightened.

Soviet President Gorbachev agreed to the reunification of Germany on the assurance from the George H.W. Bush administration that in exchange NATO would not move one inch to the East.

But the Clinton regime, with Republican Bob Dole egging them on, dishonored the word of the United States government and moved NATO to Russia’s borders, thus restarting the Cold War that Reagan and Gorbachev had ended.

Jan 05 06:54

Sullivan, Nordic Partners Talk Readiness to Impose Costs on Russia Over Ukraine - NSC

US national security adviser Jake Sullivan and his counterparts from the Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden discussed by telephone each country's readiness to impose consequences on Russia should it escalate tensions with Ukraine, Nation Security Council spokesperson Emily Horne said.

"National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan spoke today with his counterparts from the five Nordic countries to consult on ways to strengthen Transatlantic security," Horne said in a news release on Tuesday.

"Mr. Sullivan and his counterparts discussed their readiness to impose severe consequences on Russia if it engages in further aggression against Ukraine."

Jan 05 06:53

Killing for the Sake of It: The Grisly Reality of the Failing US Empire

The story is the same every time: some nation, due to a confluence of lucky circumstances, becomes powerful — much more powerful than the rest — and, for a time, is dominant. But the lucky circumstances, which often amount to no more than a few advantageous quirks of geology, be it Welsh coal or West Texas oil, in due course come to an end. In the meantime, the erstwhile superpower becomes corrupted by its own power.

Jan 04 14:31

DATA: Nearly Half of America Believes FBI Acts as ‘Joe Biden’s Personal Gestapo’.

Fewer voters now trust the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and many believe the agency is acting as President Joe Biden’s “personal Gestapo” – a reference to Adolf Hitler’s secret German police – new data from Rasmussen Reports has revealed.

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Actually, the FBI has been doing that sort of thing all along!

Jan 04 14:01

Qassem Soleimani's assassination has backfired on the US and Israel

Two years have passed since Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Quds Force of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), was killed by a US drone strike on the tarmac of Baghdad airport.

Soleimani was the brain behind Iran’s shadow war in the Middle East, and for years the counterpart of US Central Command (Centcom) leaders and CIA directors, as he boasted about in a text message he allegedly sent to General David Petraeus, the former US military commander in Iraq.

In the process, Soleimani became a local hero against western hegemony in the region, the main enabler of the resistance for large Shia constituencies spread around Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Yemen and Gaza. But he also crossed the sectarian divide, garnering significant support from the Kurds and other Sunnis. Millions turned out onto the streets of Tehran and his hometown of Kerman to see his coffin, in a collective show of grief not seen since the funeral of Ayatollah Khomeini in 1989.

Jan 04 12:28

Did God Just Throw a Wrench in the Democrats' Gaudy January 6th Plans?

OK, before you freak out, I’m not suggesting that God actually intervened here in order to spite Democrats. I mean, maybe he did, but I’m not saying it. Rather, I’m just saying that as a Christian who believes God set the weather system in motion, that he’s kind of indirectly responsible for this.

Jan 04 11:52

Come On Man! [The Ballad Of Sleepy Joe]

Jan 04 10:37

Must Watch: Slow Joe No-Go In '24, Dems Call Him 'Deeply Unpopular & Old As Sh*t'

According to FiveThirtyEight, Biden's approval rating presently stands at 43.3 percent as America faces inflation and a wave of COVID-19 cases.

Jeff Weaver, former presidential campaign manager for Sen. Bernie Sanders, speaking with Politico, declared: "Will there be a progressive challenger? Yes."

Jan 04 10:25

US ‘credibility’ based on defense of Taiwan is folly

In early December, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Ely Ratner testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that Taiwan is “a critical node within the first island chain (in the Western Pacific), anchoring a network of U.S. allies and partners … that is critical to the region’s security and critical to the defense of vital U.S. interests in the Indo-Pacific.”

The United States must reject making the defense of Taiwan the centerpiece of American grand strategy in the Indo-Pacific. Centering our credibility in the region on deterring and — if necessary — repelling a Chinese invasion of Taiwan would distort the perception of our genuine security interests in East Asia and significantly restrict the freedom of action for policymakers in the event of a crisis. Armed conflict would likely occur, committing the U.S. military to “an acute operational disadvantage,” according to a recent analysis from RAND political scientists.

Jan 04 08:59

Biden ‘doesn’t have a clue’ how to manage COVID-19: Mike Huckabee

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee slams Biden over failed COVID-19 handling.

Jan 04 08:35

POLL: Biden disapproval hits new high…

President Joe Biden’s disapproval rating hit a new high in December as more voters signaled their unhappiness with his administration’s supervision of the economy and the Covid-19 pandemic. -- Fifty-six percent of voters now say they disapprove of the job Biden is doing, the worst such reading of his presidency as he approaches the end of his first year in office, according to new CNBC/Change Research polls. Prior polls in the series showed Biden’s disapproval rating at 54% in early September and 49% in April.

Jan 04 08:02

Leonardo DiCaprio just BLASTED Biden and Kamala. Woah!

Jan 04 07:59

Biden bizarrely pushes COVID shots in message to student loan borrowers about repayment freeze

President Joe Biden used an end-of-the-year announcement about extending a freeze on student loan debt repayment to urge vaccination. The president had initially decided to end the freeze, first put in place by President Donald Trump in March 2020, on February 1.

But his statement on December 22 about an extension until May 1 included vaccination and COVID booster shots as a way to prepare for the eventual restart of student loan payments.

“As we are taking this action, I’m asking all student loan borrowers to do their part as well,” Biden said, after announcing general plans to have the Department of Education help borrowers prepare to fulfill their obligations to pay back their student loans.

Borrowers should “make sure [to get] vaccinated and boosted when eligible,” along with looking at other repayment and debt amnesty programs, the president said.

Biden has repeatedly used negative language towards people who have chosen not to take the abortion-tainted jabs.

Jan 04 07:46

Even This Liberal University Is Sick & Tired Of Jen Psaki's Go-To Response

According to Lake Superior State University's influential annual list of banned words, there should be no more "circling back" to a previous topic in the new year.

The work term, a modern alternative to "I'll get back to you on that," has been utilized often by White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki over the past year, as she repeatedly escaped questions from reporters.

Jan 04 07:46

A Biden Mandate Is BANNED In 24 States

President Joe Biden cannot demand teachers in the Head Start early education program to get the vaccine against COVID-19, a Louisiana federal judge ruled Saturday, bestowing a win to 24 states that had sued the federal government.

U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty wrote that the Biden Administration illegally exceeded his powers when demanding that workers in Head Start programs be vaccinated by January 31 and that students 2 years or older be masked when indoors or when in close contact outdoors.

Jan 04 06:53

UK warned it would recognize Palestine if Israel annexed West Bank, book reveals

The United Kingdom’s ambassador to the United States warned the Trump administration in June 2020 that if Israel went forward with plans to annex large parts of the West Bank, London would officially recognize the State of Palestine, a new book has revealed.

The message was passed along by Karen Pierce in a meeting she held with then-US president Donald Trump’s Mideast peace envoy Avi Berkowitz and Iran special envoy Brian Hook on June 12, 2020, Israeli journalist Barak Ravid wrote in his book “Trump’s Peace.”

Berkowitz and Hook were dispatched to meet with Pierce by then-senior White House adviser Jared Kushner. While the Trump administration was being inundated by calls from world leaders warning the US against allowing then-prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to go forward with plans to begin annexing parts of the West Bank on July 1, 2020, it was the response from the UK that went further and was most surprising to the Americans, the book claimed.

Jan 03 11:11

White House Wants To Cause Class Warfare Between Vaccinated And Unvaccinated

In an exclusive interview with the media, Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) said the White House wants to create class warfare amongst vaccinated and unvaccinated Americans in order to generate turmoil and maintain power, but it’s “not going to work.”

Jan 03 09:51

Why hasn't this clip gone viral?

Jan 03 09:37

Biden tells Ukraine that U.S. will 'respond decisively' if Russia further invades

U.S. President Joe Biden on Sunday told Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy the United States and its allies will "respond decisively" if Russia further invades Ukraine, the White House said in a statement.

The call came days after Biden held a second conversation in a month with Russian President Vladimir Putin amid tensions on Russia's border with Ukraine, where Russia has massed some 100,000 troops.

"President Biden made clear that the United States and its allies and partners will respond decisively if Russia further invades Ukraine," White House spokesperson Jen Psaki said in a statement following the call.

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Jan 03 09:35

Biden Nominee Works For SPLC, Claimed Requiring Proof of Citizenship is ‘Voter Suppression’

Joe Biden has nominated leftist activist Nancy Gbana Abudu, the deputy legal director at SPLC, to serve on the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.

Abudu has claimed that requiring proof of citizenship to vote is “voter suppression.”

Jan 02 07:28

"Imperialist Russia?" Four Western Provocations That Led To The Current US-Russia Crisis

A fresh report and analysis at the non-interventionist think tank, Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, traces the roots of today's US-Russia deteriorated relations and showdown over Ukraine back to the Bill Clinton administration in the 1990's.

So much of current "debate" in public and media discourse is woefully lacking in even basic recent historical knowledge and context of the last thirty years since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Even in daily conversations people might get into with friends, family or neighbors - it's common to hear the charge of Russian "imperialism" and "aggression"... as if the Cold War never ended, or worse it's as if some think Putin represents some kind of resurrected Czarist empire.

Jan 02 07:23

24 former U.S. national security officials, ambassadors call on Washington to threaten Russia

A group of 24 former US national security officials and experts on Russia have called on Washington to make public measures agreed upon in the event of a new Russian attack on Ukraine….

The statement was signed by several former US ambassadors, in particular ex-ambassadors to Ukraine Stephen Pifer and John Herbst, ex-ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul and Alexander Vershbow, as well as Daniel Fried, former US ambassador to Poland.

“We believe the United States should, in close consultation with its NATO allies and Ukraine, take immediate action to influence the Kremlin’s calculations of costs and benefits before the Russian leadership chooses to further military escalation,” the statement said.

Jan 01 14:23

Another Nail in the U.S. Empire’s Coffin… Biden Signs $770 Billion War Budget

As this year ends, U.S. President Joe Biden signed into law military spending of $770 billion. That’s just for the next year alone. The scale of wastefulness and bloated corruption is eye-watering. It eclipses what the United States is willing to invest for overhauling its badly neglected civilian infrastructure and for combating the coronavirus pandemic that has killed far more people in the U.S. than in any other nation.

Dec 31 08:31

Putin warns Biden sanctions will be a 'colossal mistake' and threatens to SEVER ties: US president urges Russian leader to 'de-escalate' during high-stakes phone call and says West will 'respond decisively' if he 'further invades' Ukraine

Kremlin officials said President Putin warned Joe Biden that new sanctions would lead to a complete breakdown in relations between the two countries, during a 50-minute phone call to discuss the crisis over Ukraine on Thursday.

Both sides have accused the other of provocations while tens of thousands of Russian troops have been moved close to the Ukrainian border.

And both sides used the call to warn of dire consequences if the current impasse over Ukraine is not resolved.

Dec 31 07:34

NDAA Blocking Biden From Closing Gitmo

The 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that President Biden signed on Monday includes amendments that block him from taking steps to close the notorious prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.

The bill extends amendments that were in previous NDAA’s that block the White House from using funds to transfer or release Gitmo detainees into the US or other countries. The bill also blocks the use of funds to close the US naval base at Guantanamo Bay altogether.

Dec 31 07:29

COVID 'Blood On His Hands': Biden 'Kills' More Americans Than Trump

"We are in the midst of a crisis with the coronavirus. We need to lead the way with science - not Donald Trump’s record of hysteria, xenophobia, and fear-mongering. He is the worst possible person to lead our country through a global health emergency," Biden said in February 2020.

President Biden may not recall what he said during a 2020 campaign debate last fall, but Americans should:

“Anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as President of the United States of America.”

At the time the U.S. had recorded 220,000 Covid deaths.

“If the president had done his job, had done his job from the beginning, all the people would still be alive,” Mr. Biden said last fall.

So, what happened when Joe-Biden-The-Science-Guy stepped in? Things went just a little bit turbo...

Dec 31 07:28

CDC Director Admits Latest COVID Restrictions Based On What Government "Thought People Would Be Able To Tolerate"

Appearing on CNN, Walensky addressed the fact that the CDC suddenly updated its guidelines after Joe Biden declared that “there is no federal solution” to the virus.

Restrictions including quarantine times were lessened from ten days to five.

“It really had a lot to do with what we thought people would be able to tolerate,” Walensky starkly admitted.

She added, “We really want to make sure we have guidance in this moment where we were going to have a lot of disease that could be adhered to, that people were willing to adhere to, and that spoke to specifically when people were maximally infectious. So it really spoke to both behaviors and to what people were able to do.”

Dec 31 06:36

NATO is Transforming Ukraine Into Military Foothold Against Russia, Lavrov Tells Sputnik

The Russian foreign minister criticised the alliance for backing Kiev's militaristic aspirations and stressed that there will be an "adequate response" to any possible military provocations carried out by Ukraine.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has told Sputnik that NATO is trying to use Kiev as a tool against Russia.

"NATO member states are systematically transforming Ukraine into a military foothold against Russia, building their bases there, using its territory to conduct exercises. If this year there were seven such manoeuvres, then in the coming year, according to a law adopted by the Verkhovna Rada [the parliament] of Ukraine, 10 [drills are planned], including one year-round [exercise]", Lavrov said.

Dec 31 06:32

WATCH Kamala Harris Stumble on Inflation Question Amid Reports She Neglects Staff Briefings

The outgoing year has seen an exodus of several employees from Kamala Harris' office, amid reports that part of the reason was the US vice president being nothing but a "bully" who forces her staffers to deal with "soul-destroying criticism".

US Vice President Kamala Harris appeared to be unready to give a clear-cut answer when asked about an economy-related issue during an interview, something that seems to highlight her staffers' alleged complaints that she declines "to wade into briefing materials".

Speaking to the host of CBS' "Face the Nation", Harris appeared to stumble on the basic issue of tackling "transitory inflation" and did not think twice before switching to topics pertaining to President Joe Biden's $1.75 trillion "Build Back Better Act".

Dec 31 06:27

Putin warns Biden of 'complete breakdown' in US-Russian relations

The Kremlin has revealed that Russian President Vladimir Putin has told his US counterpart Joe Biden that the introduction of new "unprecedented" sanctions could lead to a complete rupture of relations between the countries.

The presidents spoke by conference call, on Thursday, amid continuing tensions between Moscow and the West over Ukraine. The US and its allies have repeatedly sounded the alarm about the potential of a Russian invasion of its neighbor, citing an alleged buildup of troops within the country’s own borders. The Kremlin has dismissed the speculation as baseless, insisting it harbors no intention whatsoever of attacking its fellow former Soviet republic.

Biden apparently doubled down on the allegation, however, threatening to impose wide-ranging sanctions aimed at crippling Russia’s economy, its financial sector, and its military industry were there to be any “further escalation of the situation along the Ukrainian border,” Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov outlined.

Dec 30 13:42

Biden administration asks Supreme Court to let it end Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policy

The Biden administration on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court for permission to end the Trump-era "remain in Mexico" program, which requires non-Mexican migrants to stay in Mexico until their US immigration court dates.

In August, a federal judge in Texas ordered the revival of the policy after the Department of Homeland Security attempted to end the program. An appeals court also ruled against the administration, which began to re-implement the program earlier this month.

Under former President Donald Trump, thousands of migrants were subject to the program, formally known as Migrant Protection Protocols, which has resulted in people living in makeshift camps along Mexico's northern border, often in squalor and dangerous conditions.

Dec 30 09:48

Putin seeking compromise with Biden in Thursday call – Kremlin

Thursday's talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his American counterpart Joe Biden will be a chance for both sides to put aside their differences and find a way to resolve growing tensions, the Kremlin has said.

Speaking hours before the telephone call is due to take place, Putin’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, said that “negotiations are conducted with one single goal – to reach a compromise, taking into account each side’s red lines.”

According to him, there have been a number of developments since the pair last spoke at the beginning of this month. “These are complex questions, the issues that we have on the agenda,” he cautioned. “After the last conversation, the Russian side has gone away and formulated its position.”

Dec 30 08:22

Ex-UN Expert: Stop Lying, Pentagon's War Budget Has Nothing to Do With US 'Defence'

The Biden administration's new Pentagon budget spells danger to the world's peace, says retired UN Independent Expert on the Promotion of a Democratic and Equitable International Order Alfred-Maurice de Zayas, explaining how US interventions, subversive ops, and endemic corruption have resulted in Washington's excessive military spending.

US President Joe Biden on 27 December signed the $768 billion defence spending bill for 2022, which is up about five percent from a year earlier. The Pentagon's 2022 budget includes $4 billion for the European Deterrence Initiative, $7.1 billion for the so-called Pacific Deterrence Initiative (PDI), and $300 million in security assistance for Ukraine, according to the White House.

Dec 30 07:45

Biden reveals condition for imposing domestic travel vaccine mandate

US President Joe Biden said he would agree to impose new travel rules for the unvaccinated should his medical team advise it, after the White House’s most senior Covid official suggested the move would be “reasonable.”

Asked about the restrictions on Tuesday, Biden told reporters he would make a decision “when I get a recommendation from the medical team,” according to the Hill.

While the president previously said he would wait for guidance from the scientific community before moving ahead with any new rules, he told ABC News last week that, so far, “the recommendation I’ve gotten is [that they are] not necessary.”

Dec 30 06:59

Bidenflation Will Create Another Dangerous Gas Price Hike

Gasoline prices are expected to increase to $4 per gallon or more within five months, according to an industry analysis released Tuesday.

The gas price surge is predicted to take place by Memorial Day in late May, according to the report from GasBuddy, an app that tracks pump prices, and shared with CNN. However, the analysis stated the average cost of gasoline at pumps nationwide would then fall throughout the summer and fall of 2022, declining below current prices.

Dec 30 06:45

State Department’s hoochie coochie man threatens Russia over Ukraine, Belarus over Poland

Poland’s top diplomat Zbigniew Rau and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken highlighted the need for coordinated action to support the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine when they talked over the phone on Tuesday….

Rau and Blinken confirmed that “any further Russian military aggression against Ukraine will have severe consequences for the Kremlin,” the Polish foreign ministry said in a statement.

It added that the two top diplomats “discussed the current security situation in Europe, including the escalation of Russian Federation’s hostile activities towards Ukraine and the continued hybrid attack by Belarus at its border with Poland.”

Dec 29 12:27

Biden Says 'We'll See' When Asked If He Would Meet With Putin on Jan 10

US President Joe Biden seemed ambivalent about the possibility of a January meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin amid a standoff in Ukraine, which Washington claims Moscow is likely to invade with deterrence by NATO despite all claims otherwise from Russia.

Earlier on Tuesday, a spokesperson for the White House National Security Council told Agence France-Presse that bilateral talks had been scheduled for January 10. Representatives from the NATO alliance are also tentatively set to meet two days later and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) the day after that.

"When we sit down to talk, Russia can put its concerns on the table and we will put our concerns on the table with Russia's activities as well," the spokesperson said.

Dec 29 12:26

Biden Opposes NDAA Provision Requiring Him to Disclose Details on Iran's Military to Congress

US President Joe Biden signed the country's National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2022 on Monday.

Joe Biden appears to have opposed a provision in the NDAA that required him to share detailed reports on Iran's military capabilities and activities, according to a White House statement released shortly after the president signed the bill.

Biden said that several provisions of the NDAA, including one related to Iran (Sec. 1227(a)(1), which requires a "detailed description" of the country's military advancements, oil transfers, missile launches and the like, would "effectively require executive departments and agencies to submit reports to certain committees that will include highly sensitive classified information, including information that could reveal critical intelligence sources or military operational plans".

Dec 29 12:25

US State Dept. Threatens Intervention in Somalia After Farmaajo Fires PM Roble Ahead of Elections

The US has issued a startling threat to Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, better known as Farmaajo, after he attempted to remove from office Prime Minister Mohamed Roble, who is overseeing the country’s lengthy elections process.

“The US is prepared to act against those who obstruct Somalia’s path to peace,” the US State Department’s Bureau of African Affairs said on its Twitter account on Tuesday.

The statement called Roble’s attempted suspension “alarming” and added that “we support his efforts for rapid & credible elections. All parties must desist from escalatory actions & statements.”

Dec 29 11:38

Now get rid of your mandates, Joe: Ron DeSantis' office joins Kristi Noem and host of Republicans demanding Biden get rid of 'useless' sweeping nationwide rules after he admitted there was 'no federal solution' for COVID

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis wants President Joe Biden to scrap his 'useless' vaccine mandates after he told the leaders of 25 states that there is 'no federal solution' to the COVID-19 pandemic, his office said on Tuesday.

The Republican governors of Florida, South Dakota, Arizona and Texas plus a host of other GOP figures are calling on Biden to drop his sweeping vaccine order affecting a third of the American workforce, as well as his other nationwide COVID rules, following his comment.

Out of the four just Arizona Governor Doug Ducey participated in the call.

Dec 29 11:20

Newest Biden Appointee Is A Well-Known RACIST

According to a bombshell Monday report, the Biden Administration's Ambassador to Bahrain was blamed for disparaging Arabs with racist comments by fellow State Department staff. He was even observed treating his subordinates as "garbage" by an Abu Dhabi royal.

Ambassador Steven Bondy, a longtime career diplomat who was confirmed to his latest post on December 18, is the subject of a Politico report that cites many officials who worked under Donald Trump and Joe Biden have seen him act inappropriately toward his staff.

Dec 29 10:02

Biden And Kamala's Approval Lower Than Some SCOTUS Justices

President Joe Biden's job support rating is now lower than that of several of his top deputies, including Vice President Kamala Harris and Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci, according to a sinister new poll about the 79-year-old Commander-In-Chief.

He's positioned toward the bottom of a list of federal officials that also includes GOP Congressional leaders like House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.

Dec 29 10:00

Biden to Governors on the C-Flu: “There Is No Federal Solution”Oh?

When President Biden’s public utterances make the news, it’s sometimes hard to tell whether he’s signaling a substantive shift or merely wandering off message. On a call with governors Monday to discuss the Covid-19 pandemic, this is how Mr. Biden started his remarks: “There is no federal solution. This gets solved at the state level.”

Oh? During the 2020 presidential campaign, Mr. Biden pledged “to shut down the virus, not the country.” He also slammed President Trump in a debate, saying: “Anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as President of the United States of America.” Mr. Biden’s policies have followed that approach, as when his Education Department inserted itself into state and local debates over school mask policies.

Dec 29 09:29

Must See: Biden Admits Federal Gov Has No Solution For Omicron

President Joe Biden put the responsibility to end the COVID-19 pandemic upon the nation's governors during Monday's White House COVID-19 briefing with the National Governors Association.

Monday signaled the White House's 40th NGA coronavirus call of the year, according to White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Zients. It was the first in which Biden addressed the governors himself.

Dec 29 09:19

Russia Says US Is Lowering Threshold For Use Of Nuclear Weapons

As the US and Russia are preparing to hold security talks in January, Russian officials continue to criticize Washington’s military posture. On Monday, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov accused the US of lowering the threshold for the possible use of nuclear weapons.

"We in Moscow are committed to raising the threshold for the use of nuclear weapons. An opposite trend has been seen in the United States over the recent years, with the means for nuclear destruction appearing to be perceived more and more as a battlefield weapon. This is a dangerous trend," Ryabkov said, according to Russia’s TASS news agency.

Dec 29 09:15

Biden's Troubled Relationship With The Truth... And Consequences

President Biden’s approval rating has plummeted, and Democrats wonder why. The United States is facing hardships, but hardships alone don’t make a president unpopular. Leaders who are honest about the problems we face and forthright about the solutions they offer tend to do well (think, say, of Franklin Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan). Unfortunately, that is not the leadership Americans are getting from this president.

Instead, the Biden administration has tried to convince the public of things that are not just untrue but implausible. To note a few, Biden did not (and does not) have a “national strategy” to defeat COVID; our southern border is not “secure;” the Afghan withdrawal was not an “extraordinary success”; the current bout of inflation is neither “temporary” nor “a good thing”; and government spending never takes “the pressure off of inflation.”

Dec 29 09:14

RIP, 'Pandemic Of The Unvaccinated'

If you spend too much time observing the way politicians speak, you'll pick up an almost perceptibly mechanical gear-shift in their heads when the brain-groove reminds them to reproduce an anecdote or talking point they have formulated so many times before. Occasionally the subconscious rebels against the alienating monotony with apologetic prefix clauses like, "That's why I like to say," or "I always tell the story that," but the pre-sets mostly override such human twitches to deliver the desired political result.

So it was for President Joe Biden's counterproductive "pandemic of the unvaccinated" slogan, which the White House COVID-19 Response Team introduced in mid-July, and which the president was still regurgitating inaccurately as late as December 14.

Dec 29 08:29

The British Want America To Go to War and Used The Beatles as Ammo

Almost every US ally claims to be a friend because of America’s military. It’s really not shared values or even interests. Other nations like being defended by a superpower, so they need not spend much on their militaries.

The result is that America has a couple score spoiled, entitled, and obnoxious "allies" who under-invest in their militaries, whine if the US looks anywhere else, demand constant "reassurance" that Washington will forever protect them even if they do nothing for themselves, and insist that it is in America’s interest to create a permanent defense dole for the indolent, disinterested, irresponsible, and greedy among them – which of course is most of them.

Dec 29 08:13


US President Joe Biden on Monday (December 28) signed his country's defense budget bill for 2022, which would allocate $260 million for Peshmerga forces in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and $177 million for Syrian Kurds and another force called al-Thawra.

The Voice of America published a report and said Biden's signature directly makes the project lawful. In other words, the Department of Defense (DOD) can start spending the $771 billion allocated to it next year.

This time, the Pentagon’s budget will increase by five percent due to inflation. The budget of defense department employees will increase by 2.7 percent next year.

Details of how the budget will be spent in the Middle East have been published in a DOD appendix. and it is written $5 million will be allocated to the Peshmerga to buy Puma drones.

AeroVironment RQ-20 Puma is an American company in California that builds drones for spying or data collection, not attacking.

More money for Peshmerga, less for Baghdad

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While American veterans sleep on American streets!

Dec 29 07:50

Borrell Calls Russia's Demand to Stop EU, NATO Eastward Expansion Unacceptable

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has called Russia's demands about security guarantees and about stopping the EU and NATO's eastward expansion unacceptable.

"Demands about security guarantees and stopping the EU and NATO's eastward expansion are a purely Russian agenda with completely unacceptable conditions, especially regarding Ukraine", Borrell said in an interview with the German newspaper Die Welt.

On 17 December, Russia published its projected agreements with the US and NATO member states on mutual security guarantees in Europe and non-deployment of intermediate- and short-range missiles within each other's reach. The agreements also involve a demand for NATO to refrain from further expansion, including by accepting former Soviet republics.

According to Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, the NATO and US refusal to respond to Russia's demand for security guarantees could lead to a new phase of confrontation.

Dec 29 07:49

Former US National Security Adviser John Bolton Calls for NATO to 'Stand Up to Russia'

John Bolton served as national security adviser under former US President Donald Trump. A vocal foreign policy hawk, he has had a harsh stance on Russia, labelling its alleged 2016 election meddling "an act of war" and calling for strong "deterrence" to counter Moscow.

Former US National Security Adviser John Bolton has rolled out an op-ed for 19FortyFive, suggesting his view on the mistakes and misjudgments made by the West concerning Russia and the "hegemonic agenda" Bolton believes is being pursued by the Kremlin.

According to the ex-Trump adviser, the West has "made two fundamental mistakes in the years since Russia's new flag was first raised over the Kremlin".

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Here's your rifle, John...

Dec 29 07:23

Polish presidential aides discuss Ukraine, Russia with US national security advisor

Polish presidential aides have discussed the situation around Ukraine and NATO-Russia relations with the US national security advisor, officials have announced.

The conversation between Poland's Pawe? Soloch and Jakub Kumoch, on the one hand, and America's Jake Sullivan, on the other, took place via telephone on Monday, the state PAP news agency reported.

Soloch and Kumoch, who are aides to Polish President Andrzej Duda, said the discussion took place at the request of Washington in the context of ongoing allied consultations over the threat of Russian aggression against Ukraine.

Dec 28 10:14

Newsweek: Armed Republicans will Overthrow Government if Trump Loses in 2024

There is fearmongering, and then there is Newsweek-level fearmongering. The once-respected news magazine – which a former reporter recently described as “a painful embarrassment to anyone who toiled there in its golden age,” which is now known for its incendiary click-bait – is at it again, blasting conservatives, gun owners and the Second Amendment, while warning its shrinking über-woke readership of a coming civil war. -- A recent story by their science writer, David H. Freedman, titled “Millions of Angry, Armed Americans Stand Ready to Seize Power If Trump Loses in 2024,” is so biased, so heavily spun and just so damn creepy, it defies belief that it was actually set into type by an alleged news publication, or what purports to be a news publication or, more accurately, what used to be an actual news publication.

Dec 28 09:51

It’s like they are competing over this! Biden Approval Rating Falls Below Kamala Harris for First Time in Office, Per Latest Gallup Poll

President Joe Biden’s approval rating is below that of his Vice President Kamala Harris for the first time they took office, according to a recent poll released by Gallup. -- The surprising polling results come from a poll in which just over 800 randomly sampled adults were interviewed by telephone between December 1st and the 16th.  The purpose of the poll was to ascertain approval and disapproval for U.S Leaders.

Dec 28 09:38

While Country Has Been Distracted By BBB Fail, Biden Admin Sneaking Something By

Former chief operating officer and acting commissioner for Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Mark Morgan, told Breitbart News that the Biden administration and Democrats intend to include a “mass amnesty proposal” for illegal aliens in an appropriation bill marketed by the White House as a “Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill.”

“The White House and Democrats are trying to pass through a mass amnesty proposal as part of the infrastructure,” Morgan warned on Wednesday’s edition of SiriusXM's ``Breitbart News Daily, hosted by Alex Marlow. “That in and of itself is ridiculous, but they’re also doing it through a complicated, seldom-used reconciliation process. It’s an end-run around needing a 60-vote requirement to get a bill passed [in the Senate].”

Dec 28 09:37

'Russia is Back': Moscow Won't Back Down, Ending Era of NATO Expansion is Possible, Observers Say

Russian President Vladimir Putin on 23 December held an annual press conference with a special focus on Russo-American talks over security guarantees on NATO's non-enlargement. CSM correspondent Fred Weir and international affairs analyst Gilbert Doctorow have explained what is behind Putin's message to NATO.

President Putin emphasised on 23 December that national security is Russia’s number one priority, condemning Western countries for breaking their vow that NATO would not expand eastward.

The Russian president stressed that the USSR had done everything to build normal relations with the United States and the West: American specialists and CIA personnel received access to Soviet military facilities and the government. However, since the 1990s there have been five waves of NATO enlargement, with the alliance bringing its military infrastructure and missiles to Russia's doorstep, according to Putin.

Dec 28 08:56

Biden Admin Mocked For Awkward Self-Applause

White House chief of staff, Ron Klain, drew mixed reactions on social media when he retweeted a post that described 2021 as "not all bad," late on Sunday night.

Klain, who is known to stir the pot on Twitter, retweeted a column written by Albert Hunt, the former executive editor of Bloomberg News, which was published in The Hill. The title was, "Let's Be Honest: 2021 Wasn't All Bad." The White House official retweeted the post, captioning it, "A look back at 2021!"

Dec 28 08:25

Russia doubts its demand to halt NATO’s eastward expansion will gain traction — Lavrov

Russia is doubtful its demand to halt NATO’s eastward expansion will gain traction, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in an interview aired on Monday.

Russia released its proposals for security guarantees to the wider public recently to prevent the West from sweeping them under the rug, he said in an interview with the Soloviev Live YouTube channel.

Still, "we have serious doubts that the key thing in the proposals - the unconditional demand for a halt to NATO’s eastward expansion - won’t fall by the wayside," Lavrov said.

Russia is now waiting for the planned talks on security guarantees and will move ahead based on what it will hear back from the US on the proposals.

On December 17, the Russian Foreign Ministry released draft agreements on security guarantees addressed to the US and NATO. They had been handed over to a US representative on December 15.

Dec 28 08:24

Russian Defence Ministry: NATO Preparing for Large-Scale High-Intensity Conflict With Moscow

Moscow has expressed concerns about the concentration of Western alliance missile systems, troops, warships, and aircraft near Russia's borders, and NATO's decades' long eastward expansion. This month, the Russian Foreign Ministry formally signalled that it considers Ukraine to be a “red line” for Moscow that NATO is strongly advised not to cross.

NATO is preparing for a large-scale armed conflict with Russia, in contravention of the Rome Declaration of 2002, Russian Deputy Defence Minister Alexander Fomin has said.
"The bloc's military construction has been completely reorientated toward preparing for a large-scale, high-intensity armed conflict with Russia", Fomin said at a diplomatic briefing of 105 foreign military attaches, including representatives of 14 NATO countries, in Moscow on Monday.

Dec 28 04:32

With Tanking Poll Numbers, How Long Can Anti-Gun Biden Hang On?

His attempt to appoint a gun control lobbyist to head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives embarrassingly crashed last summer, his Build Back Boondoggle derailed last week, and his poll numbers sinking like lead in a hot tub. Can Joe Biden hang on or is he already a lame-duck unable to push an agenda that includes gun control as a priority? -- Western Journal is reporting a recent Economist-YouGov poll showing “fewer than 3 in 10 Americans under 30 approve of the president’s job after a year in office.

Dec 27 13:53

‘Laugh Out Loud Comedy’: Internet Reels as VP Harris Calls ‘Democracy’ Biggest US Security Threat

Vice President Kamala Harris’s interview on CBS’ Face the Nation revealed that slip-ups and verbal blunders of this administration are not limited solely to 79-year Joe Biden - the oldest President in US history, who has on occasion referred to his second-in-command as ‘President.’

Internet users were in stitches over Kamala Harris’s interview for CBS News, which aired on Sunday. After she appeared to misspeak and answered “democracy” when asked what America’s greatest national security challenge was, Twitter erupted in a barrage of comments.

Responses from users alternated between marvelling at how “unprepared’ the VP was for the interview and questioning her knowledge of what democracy was.

Dec 27 13:44

US threatens Russia with unprecedented sanctions

The White House is coordinating a package of ‘high-impact’ restrictive measures to slap on Moscow in case it invades Ukraine

If Moscow encroaches on Ukraine’s sovereignty, the US will impose sanctions against Russia like no one has ever seen before, Vice President Kamala Harris warned on Sunday.

In an interview with CBS, on Sunday, American Vice President Kamala Harris said that Washington is coordinating its position with allies and is making sure that the Kremlin is aware of the possible consequences of military action.

“We are having direct conversations with Russia. The president, as you know, met recently virtually with Putin, and we are very clear that Russia should not invade the sovereignty of Ukraine, that we must stand up and we are standing up for its territorial integrity,” she said. “We are working with our allies in that regard, and we’ve been very clear that we are prepared to issue sanctions like you’ve not seen before.”

Dec 27 13:35


As they bask in the limelight and enjoy celebrity status, over 1,000 of their coworkers will be celebrating the holiday with no job and, in many cases, an uncertain future ahead of them.

This is because their former coworkers at Northwell Health who refused to get the vaccine were fired earlier this year. These singing nurses are among those who complied to keep their jobs.

Dec 27 13:20

Washington Post Rushes To Defend Biden Over Supply Chain Crisis: ‘Americans Need To Lower Expectations’

The Washington Post received a fair amount of criticism after running an op-ed suggesting Americans shouldn’t complain about President Biden’s supply chain crisis and the consequent hit on our standard of living but rather, we should simply lower our expectations.

Supply chain issues have become so prevalent of late that White House officials admitted in regards to Christmas shopping this year, “There will be things that people can’t get.”

Businesses nationwide are short-staffed and food shortages are becoming so common that people are posting images of their local grocery store’s empty shelves and forcing Twitter hashtags like #EmptyShelvesJoe to trend.

None of that is Biden’s fault per se, writes Micheline Maynard for the Washington Post.

Dec 27 12:53

UK Reportedly Has 'Exit Strategy' for Its Troops From Ukraine if ‘Conflict’ With Russia Escalates

The US and EU have accused Russia of massing troops on the border with Ukraine in what Kiev claims is preparation for an invasion. Russia, which insists it is at liberty to move military personnel anywhere within its territory, on 17 December published its proposals on mutual security guarantees with the US and NATO.

British troops deployed in a training and advisory role in Ukraine will be swiftly evacuated in the event of an alleged "Russian invasion", the Daily Express reported.
Commanders of the British Armed Forces have already drawn up such contingency plans, according to sources cited by the outlet.

Currently, over a 100 British personnel, predominantly stationed at Yavoriv, Lviv region, are believed to be deployed in the country together with Polish, US, and Canadian forces.

Dec 27 10:02

Washington Prepares To Fail In Ukraine

It’s an indisputable fact: Washington leads the world in self-delusion.

Washington’s political class is poised to march into a hurricane of its own making in Ukraine, a perfect storm of foreign- and defense-policy blunders likely to plunge the American people into future crises and conflicts. Having refused to acknowledge Russia’s vital strategic interest in Ukraine, Washington now wants to subject Ukraine and the NATO alliance to a dangerous and unnecessary test by confronting Russian conventional military power. In turn, Washington and its allies now face a test—one that they could have avoided but are now likely to fail. First, the facts.

The Biden administration is spending $768.2 billion for national defense. Russia spends only $42.1 billion, less than the $48 billion spent by the Republic of Korea. Yet Russian ground forces are superior in capability and striking power to the U.S. Army and Marines, even if both countries’ ground forces were able to deploy to Ukraine.

Dec 27 09:16

Biden Team Manipulating Numbers To Claim 'Win' On Inflation & Supply Chain

To Pete Boland, the co-owner of two Florida taverns in downtown St. Petersburg, it appears like just about all of his business costs rose in the past year, some more than others.

They took chicken wings off their menus for a while after a national shortage caused prices to skyrocket. They demanded $20 more per plate for their annual Christmas seafood platter. And they discontinued the all-you-can-eat crab-leg special on Tampa Bay Buccaneer game days.

Dec 26 09:01


Coming days after the US and Japan reached an agreement on a new cost-sharing deal for Tokyo to continue hosting around 50,000 US troops, for which Japan will pay $9.2 billion over the next five years, which is a significant cost increase compared to what Tokyo was previously paying, a joint draft plan has been revealed for an emergency response contingency in the event China threatens to invade Taiwan.

First reported in Japan's Kyodo news agency on Thursday, unnamed Japanese officials detailed the plan was struck between the US and Japanese militaries, and arranges for a forward operating base to be establish on southwest islands, where the US Marine Corps would rapidly deploy troops.

Kyodo details that "Japan's Self-Defense Forces and the U.S. military have drawn up a draft joint operation plan that would enable the setup of an attack base along the Nansei island chain in the country's southwest in the event of a Taiwan contingency, according to Japanese government sources."

Dec 26 08:32

Must See: Has Hell Frozen Over? CNN Questions Biden's Mental Faculties

A CNN correspondent announced Wednesday that Joe Biden "seemed confused" in his ABC News interview earlier this week when the president seemed to mix up COVID-19 at-home tests and antiviral pills.

Dec 24 11:39

Supreme Court fast tracks Biden Vaccine Mandate…

The Supreme Court fast-tracked two disputes over Biden’s efforts to expand Vaccinations. In an unusual move, the justices announced on Wednesday night that they will hear oral arguments on Jan. 7 on two federal policies: a vaccine-or-test mandate for workers at large employers, and a vaccine mandate for health care workers at facilities that receive federal funding.

The cases came to the court last week on an emergency basis, and the formal question in both disputes is whether the government should be allowed to enforce the policies while litigation challenging them continues. But the justices’ views on whether to grant emergency relief will likely be influenced by their views on the merits of the underlying challenges themselves.

Dec 24 09:34

Joe Biden's Embarrassment: Literally Half Of America Is Suing His Administration

Louisiana and 24 other states are suing the Biden Administration over mask mandates for children and vaccine requirements for staff Head Start programs.

"Like all of his other unlawful attempts to impose medical decisions on Americans, Biden’s overreaching orders to mask two-year-olds and force vaccinate teachers in our underserved communities will cost jobs and impede child development," Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said in a statement Tuesday.

Dec 24 08:49

NATO, Russia and the Other Broken Promise

Pressured by ever encroaching NATO expansion toward its borders and increased lethal arms sales to, and flirtations with, Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent the US a proposal on mutual security guarantees and an urgent request for immediate negotiations.

The security proposal has many clauses, but two of the leading proposals are that:

“The United States of America shall take measures to prevent further eastward expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and deny accession to the Alliance to the former USSR republics”

The United States accepts the "obligation not to establish military bases in former Soviet states that are not NATO members, not to use their infrastructure to carry out any military activity, and not to develop bilateral military cooperation with them."

Dec 24 08:46

Putin Slams US for Deploying Missiles to Russia’s ‘Doorstep’

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday slammed the US for its military expansion in Eastern Europe as Russia is seeking guarantees that NATO won’t move further east.

“We have made it clear that Nato’s move to the east is unacceptable,” Putin said at an annual year-end press conference. “The United States is standing with missiles on our doorstep. Is it an excessive requirement not to install shock systems at our house? How would the Americans react if missiles were placed at the border with Canada or Mexico?”

Putin pointed out that at the end of the Cold War, the US said NATO wouldn’t expand. “Sometimes it seems we are living in different worlds,” he said. “They said they wouldn’t expand, but they are expanding,” he said.

Dec 24 07:42

'Biden seems confused': CNN questions president's cognitive health and points out he mixed up COVID-19 tests with antiviral pills in his ABC interview

A CNN corresponded said Wednesday that Joe Biden 'seemed confused' in his ABC News interview earlier this week, when the president appeared to mix up COVID-19 at-home tests and antiviral pills.

Biden, 79, spoke to ABC's David Muir for 20 minutes in an interview that aired on Wednesday and defended his administration against criticism of its handling of the pandemic and readiness for the rapidly spreading Omicron variant, but also admitting that there were certain mistakes made.

When asked about complaints that the lines to get tested for COVID-19 were excessive, with waits of over five hours in New York City as one example, Biden said that 500 million at-home tests had been ordered.

Dec 23 08:25

Biden Gets Devastating Impeachment News from Democrats: Poll

Do you think President Joe Biden deserves to be impeached for his failure in Afghanistan?

A whopping 60 percent of voters do — including 40 percent of Democrats.

The startling numbers come from a new Rasmussen poll that indicates Biden’s popularity is slipping not only overall but also among a key demographic, the very one that propelled him to the White House: the members of his own party.

Dec 22 14:10

White House Says Biden Is ‘Asymptomatic,’ Setting Off A Firestorm Of Questions On His Health

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki caused a commotion after she said something rather head-scratching about President Joe Biden

It was during a press conference on Tuesday that Psaki spoke about the president’s health after it was reported that he had been in “close contact” with someone who tested positive for COVID.

“As we stated last summer, we believe it is in the public’s interest to know if any of the four principals (President, Vice President, First Lady, and Second Gentleman) are considered to have been in close contact with a White House official who subsequently tests positive for COVID-19 shortly after that contact. The criteria for what is considered a ‘close contact’ with the principals is determined by the White House Medical Unit, in line with CDC guidance,” The White House said.

Dec 22 13:55

Another temporary halt to Biden's Covid-19 vaccine mandates for federal contractors

Yet another federal court has placed a temporary hold on President Biden's Covid-19 vaccine mandates for federal contractors in ten states. This time, the decision came from a federal judge in Missouri.

That means the mandate cannot be enforced, for the time being, in states that are part of a coalition challenging them in court: Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

Two Republican Attorneys General are leading the fight in court, calling the mandate unconstitutional.

There was already a nationwide halt in place from a federal court in Georgia. It made the same decision on behalf of seven states suing: Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, South Carolina, Utah, and West Virginia.

Dec 22 12:40

Biden Approval Rating Sinks to New Low

President Joe Biden’s approval rating sunk to a new record low this week, following a poll conducted by consortium NPR/PBS/NewsHour/Marist.

The poll found that just 41% of voters support the current Democrat in the White House, with some 55% saying they disapprove of his performance.

Dec 22 09:13

US can’t be trusted to honor its promises – Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that hopes for a deal with Washington to limit NATO expansion in Eastern Europe are slim, arguing that even a signed agreement could be torn up by the American side at a moment’s notice.

In a speech to his country’s most senior military officers on Tuesday, Putin said he no longer viewed the West as a dependable partner. Russia has been seeking written assurances about the presence of US troops and hardware near its borders, he said, but even those assurances could not be depended on.

Dec 22 09:00

Biden Approves Certain Parts Of The Border Wall To Be Filled

The Biden Administration has authorized border officials to continue Trump-era wall projects, as well as fixing environmental matters and cleaning up remaining construction sites nearly a year after the construction was suspended.

Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, announced Monday afternoon that he had given U.S. Customs and Border Protection authorization to press forward with Arizona, California, and Texas projects. The new sign-offs are in addition to several announced in June and July to address “urgent life, safety, environmental, or other remediation required to protect border communities.”

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This is just Biden trying to look like he is getting serious about the border ahead of the mid-terms.

Dec 22 08:36

Fact: Less Than a Third Of Americans Approve Of Biden

President Joe Biden's disapproval rating has hit a new high, according to an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll published Monday.

Fifty-five respondents said they disapproved of Biden's performance in office, while 41% said they approved.

Only 11% of Democrats disapproved of Biden's performance, while 87% approved. Ninety-five percent of Republicans disapproved of Biden's performance, while 4% approved.

Dec 22 08:00

White House reaffirms Ukraine's right to decide on NATO membership

The United States believes that Ukraine's right to determine its prospects for NATO membership, as well as the Allies' decision to accept new countries to join, is in line with European security.

This was stated by White House Spokeswoman Jen Psaki during a briefing in Washington on Monday, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

"The president’s view and the administration’s view is that the right of sovereign nations to choose their partnerships and alliances is a core principle of European security," Psaki said when asked to comment on Washington's response to Russia's view of European security.

Dec 22 07:58

Washington Post: Biden task force plans war of attrition for Russia in Ukraine

Yesterday the Washington Post published a piece by foreign affairs columnist David Ignatius called The Biden administration weighs backing Ukraine insurgents if Russia invades; an offering in keeping with parallel efforts by the likes of Max Boot, Senator Christopher Murphy and Ian Brzezinski also aiming at formulating a plan for luring Russia into a war of attrition in Ukraine.

Whereas the others cited examine and in effect advocate replicating everything from the 1939-1940 Finnish-Soviet Winter War to the Nazi-allied Ukrainian Insurgent Army guerrilla war of the 1940s and early 1950s to the CIA’s Afghan Mujahideen war of the 1980s and early 1990s to the Polish crisis of 1980, Ignatius’ feature goes further by disclosing the Joe Biden administration has established a multi-agency task force to plan and implement such a project.

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This assumes that Russia did not learn anything from their (and the US') failures in Afghanistan.

Dec 21 09:17

If NATO Rebuffs Russian Security Proposals, Kremlin Will Deploy Advanced Weapons To Ukraine Border

Russia is still awaiting a definitive response after last week it delivered a series of security proposals in the form of two separate draft documents submitted to Brussels and Washington. First floated by Putin amid the growing Ukraine standoff, they are intended to kickstart serious negotiations that would ensure the peaceful co-existence of Russia and NATO, central to which is Moscow's demand of no more NATO eastward expansion.

An initial response was issued over the weekend on the occasion of German Defense minister Christine Lambrecht's visit to Lithuania, where she vowed that Russia will not "dictate" NATO's affairs. Lambrecht said, "We have to talk to each other, which means discussing the proposals that Russia has put forward, but it cannot be that Russia dictates to NATO partners how they position themselves."

Dec 21 09:00

Biden Staff Did 'Inexcusable' Things: Manchin

Update (1515ET): Manchin on Monday laid out possible changes to the $2 trillion Build Back Better economic agenda which might encourage him to reverse his "no" on the legislation.

For starters, Manchin said he would only support a $1.75 trillion bill that seriously overhauls the US tax code, and that significantly lowers the cost of a broader array of prescription drugs vs. the current offering.

"If you’re going to negotiate then negotiate. Don’t start picking and choosing and playing games," he said.

Dec 21 08:59

Watchdog Warns Biden Will Install Build Back Better Through Executive Orders

A regulations watchdog predicted that President Joe Biden will try to use executive orders to implement his $2 trillion Build Back Better legislation.

Clyde Wayne Crews, of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, told the Washington Examiner that Biden appeared poised to expand federal regulations greatly, especially if he loses control of the House and Senate.

Former President Barack Obama called that approach ruling with a "pen and a phone" when he lost support on Capitol Hill, the Examiner said.

"Despite all the talk we have from Biden and many Democrats about protecting democracy, progressives see themselves as experts, and progressivism itself is rooted in the rule of experts," Crews told the Examiner.

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There are some serious constitutional issues with that!

Dec 21 08:57

Joe Biden Touts Supply Chain Crisis and Costly Gas Prices as 2021 Achievements

President Joe Biden over the weekend touted the supply chain crisis and costly gas prices as 2021 accomplishments.

Though 104 ships were waiting to port in Southern California, according to Marine Exchange, the White House announced it would include the number of ships waiting to dock as a 2021 accomplishment.

“The number of containers sitting on the docks at ports for over a week has been cut by half since the beginning of November, and store shelves are stocked for the holiday season,” the White House wrote.

The number of ships delayed outside the ports has not been reported below 100 since September.

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Dec 21 08:20

Biden’s Baby Is Officially Dead

And just like that, with barely a whimper, Joe Biden’s multi-trillion-dollar spending baby is officially dead.

Build Back Better, the most awkward weird-sounding name for a piece of pork-ridden legislation is toast.

And now, Biden and his staff are furious at United States Senator Joe Manchin – a fellow Democrat who represents the poverty-stricken state of West Virginia – because he was the lone Democrat to stand up and kill the baby in its crib.

Here’s what happened according to the conservative news site Breitbart:

“The White House issued a condemnation of Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) on Sunday after the senator said he would not vote for the Build Back Better bill, effectively killing it in its current form.

Dec 21 08:14

Tucker Carlson: Biden’s COVID policies are the muscle spasms of a dying political party

So you may not have noticed because the people in charge of diverting your attention are working overtime right now, and honestly, they're pretty good at their jobs, but if you look around, pay a little closer attention, you will notice that Joe Biden's political support is in the process of collapsing completely.

The new Marist polls out, it shows that only 29% of independents support Joe Biden. That is a very bad number. How bad is it? For perspective, in the last election, Donald Trump took 41% of independent voters and lost. So if you're a political consultant, a poll that shows 29% independents support sends you immediately to the liquor cabinet for more vodka. It means your candidate is going to lose along with everyone who's connected to your candidate. You're looking at this tsunami forming on the horizon aimed at you. It's terrifying.

Dec 21 07:48

Is Joe Biden About To Impose Destructive New Restrictions On The U.S. Economy In Order To Fight Omicron?

It seems like it was just yesterday that we were told that a new variant called “Omicron” had been discovered in southern Africa. Now it is being reported that Omicron is suddenly spreading like wildfire all over North America and Europe, and we are being told that a very “dark winter” is ahead of us. Of course whenever case numbers start rising again, the Biden administration feels as though it must do something. So on Tuesday, Joe Biden is going to deliver another “major address” to the nation. Unfortunately, many are anticipating that he may introduce more destructive restrictions which could significantly damage the U.S. economy as we head into 2022.

When it comes to the pandemic, we all know that Biden listens to the “scientists”, and right now the “scientists” are scaring the living daylights out of the general public.

For example, over the weekend Dr. Television warned that Omicron will soon put severe stress on hospital systems all across America…

Dec 21 07:47


Relations between Russia and the USA are deteriorating rapidly today. Moscow demanded immediate talks with the US on security guarantees from NATO. A senior Russian diplomat warned that Russia may soon take military action against NATO if the alliance continues to ignore Russia’s warnings about weapons and troops in Ukraine.

Dec 21 06:46

Biden Seen As 'Pathetic' After Jonas Brother Stunt

A viral video emerged Friday, ridiculing President Joe Biden over his TikTok collaboration with the Jonas Brothers and pointing out mixed criticism of his administration.

The video, originally posted to the Twitter account @JohnHackerLA, shows president Biden remarking "We got it" while standing in front of many negative images that have come to be associated with his administration including inflation, high gas prices, and the historic migrant disaster at the southern border.

Dec 20 14:45

White House: US Ready to Engage in Diplomacy With Russia, Says Dialogue Must Be Based on Reciprocity

Earlier, Russia called for a resumption of the NATO-Russia channel of communication along the military line amid simmering tensions near the Ukrainian border.

US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan on Monday told Yuri Ushakov, an aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin, that Washington is ready to engage in diplomacy with Moscow, including through the NATO-Russia Council and the OSCE.

According to the White House, Sullivan noted that the dialogue must be based on reciprocity and "address our concerns about Russia’s actions".

"Substantive progress can only occur in an environment of de-escalation rather than escalation”, the White House said, describing the Monday conversation between the officials.