What became of communism in Vietnam?

by Greg Young at americanthinker.com Rainer Zitelmann’s book, How Nations Escape Poverty, is particularly interesting for American veterans who served as G.I.s in Vietnam or for those who may have lost their fathers or family members in the conflict.     The irony of history is that the communists initially won — however, upon establishing their socialist regime […]

Antony Blinken Angers Rwandan Genocide Victims, ‘Retraumatized Many Survivors’

by FRANCES MARTEL at breitbart.com An organization representing the ethnic Tutsi survivors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide against Tutsi people issued a statement condemning Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Rwanda’s New Times reported on Monday, for claiming the atrocities were committed against a variety of populations. The outrage stems from a post that Blinken published on X on April […]

Ukraine Gets Their Billions Despite CIA Director Reportedly Warning Zelenksy To Stop Stealing So Much Money

by TYLER DURDEN at zerohedge.com Democrats cheered and waved Ukrainian flags, chanting “Ukraine, Ukraine!” in some pavlovian response to Congress passing a bill that will send (another) $61 billion to Ukraine with no questions asked. Rand Paul, among many others, was incensed: Ukrainian president Zelenskyy was very pleased, personally thinking Speaker Johnson I am grateful […]

House Bursts Into Pro-Ukraine Chant During Foreign Aid Vote

by HAROLD HUTCHISON at dailycaller.com Democrats in the House of Representatives chanted “Ukraine” and waved Ukrainian flags on the House floor following passage of a $60 billion aid package to the country on Saturday. The Democrats began waving small Ukrainian flags and chanting following the 311-112 vote that passed HR 8035, the Ukraine Security Supplemental Appropriations Act. The representative […]

US To Remove Military Personnel From Niger

by MARIANE ANGELA at dailycaller.com he U.S. agreed Friday to withdraw its troops from Niger, The Washington Post reported. U.S. has agreed to remove military personnel from Niger as confirmed by three U.S. officials, according to The Washington Post. This development follows a request from Niger’s government, which came after a military coup in 2023 that […]

Argentina files request to join NATO as a ‘global partner’

via buenosairesherald.com Argentina has presented a letter of intent requesting to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as a “global partner,” Defense Minister Luis Petri announced Thursday morning in a post on X.  “We will continue working to recover ties that allow us to improve and train our [military] forces following NATO standards,” Petri […]

IDF Veteran Has Shocking 1-Word Response When Asked If She Fears For Her Safety At Columbia University

by HAROLD HUTCHISON at dailycaller.com A former Israeli military servicewoman stunned a Fox News host when she said she did not feel safe at Columbia University on Thursday following a night of pro-Palestinian protests at the school. Protesters lit flares and chanted anti-Israel slogans during a Wednesday night protest hours after Columbia University President Dr. […]

“Yikes”: Impeachment ‘Whistleblower’ Was In The Loop Of Biden-Ukraine Affairs That Trump Wanted Probed

by Paul Sperry at zerohedge.com The ‘whistleblower’ who sparked Donald Trump’s first impeachment was deeply involved in the political maneuverings behind Biden-family business schemes in Ukraine that Trump wanted probed, newly obtained emails from former Vice President Joe Biden’s office reveal. In 2019, then-National Intelligence Council analyst Eric Ciaramella touched off a political firestorm when he anonymously accused […]

Supercharged Spying Provision Buried In “Terrifying” FISA 702 Reauthorization

by TYLER DURDEN at zerohedge On Monday, the House finalized procedural business on a bill to reauthorize the nation’s warrantless surveillance powers under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) called “one of the most dramatic and terrifying expansions of government surveillance authority in history.” “I will do everything in my […]