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    Ukraine to Prosecute Jewish Colonel, 94, for Killing Nazi Collaborator
    May04

    Ukraine to Prosecute Jewish Colonel, 94, for Killing Nazi Collaborator

    According to Pravda, the investigation into the killing began on April 18, and Col. Steckler does not deny his responsibility for Hasiewicz’s death. …read more Source: The Jewish...

    Ukraine to Prosecute Jewish Colonel for Killing Nazi Collaborator
    May04

    Ukraine to Prosecute Jewish Colonel for Killing Nazi Collaborator

    According to Pravda, the investigation into the killing began on April 18, and Col. Steckler does not deny his responsibility for Hasiewicz’s death. …read more Source: The Jewish...

    Top 5 Bad Hombres Loved by Trump
    May04

    Top 5 Bad Hombres Loved by Trump

    Who’s the worst of the worst among the president’s favorite dictators? They are, to coin a phrase, “bad hombres.” They are men who order the slaughter of peaceful demonstrators and the roundup of political rivals. They arrest pesky journalists, if they don’t murder them first. They rig elections, if they hold them at all. And...

    Going Off the Rails?
    May04

    Going Off the Rails?

    Four issues got Donald Trump elected president: immigration, free trade, political correctness, and the quest for American world hegemony along with the wars that it spawned. If he is to be reelected, he must deliver on all four. Unfortunately, on the fourth issue, wars of hegemony, it appears his young administration is already going off the...

    Rex Tillerson Spells Out U.S. Foreign Policy
    May04

    Rex Tillerson Spells Out U.S. Foreign Policy

    U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addressed the State Department on Wednesday, shedding light on various aspects of the Trump administration’s “America First” foreign-policy agenda. While President Trump has made clear his intent to prioritize American interests above those of foreign nations, the details of his foreign policy were...

    The Brand-New Biggest Star in Boxing
    May03

    The Brand-New Biggest Star in Boxing

    A year and a half ago, the world got a new heavyweight boxing champion, when an unpredictable Englishman named Tyson Fury found a way to wrangle Wladimir Klitschko, the stalwart Ukrainian. Klitschko, along with his older brother, Vitali, had ruled the heavyweight division for over a decade—it was an impressive reign but not always an entertaining...

    After The Crimean Boom, Is Putin’s Electability Slipping?
    May03

    After The Crimean Boom, Is Putin’s Electability Slipping?

    In a snap election, polls show the Russian president losing half of all Russian votes. …read more Source:...

    Panama Papers fugitive arrested in Ukraine after 3 years on the run
    May03

    Panama Papers fugitive arrested in Ukraine after 3 years on the run

    After nearly three years on the lam, Italian fugitive Giuseppe Donaldo Nicosia — whose lavish spending of allegedly stolen money was laid bare in the Panama Papers — has been … Click to Continue » …read more Source: Miami...

    Tillerson says almost no trust between U.S. and Russia
    May03

    Tillerson says almost no trust between U.S. and Russia

    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Wednesday that “there’s almost no trust” between the U.S. and Russia now. Tillerson made the comments while addressing employees at the State Department. He said the Trump administration is working to rebuild trust one issue at a time, starting with Syria. Following President Donald Trump’s call...

    Who Killed the Liberal World Order?
    May03

    Who Killed the Liberal World Order?

    At last September’s G-20 summit in Hangzhou, China, Barack Obama put the fear of God into Vladimir Putin. Or at least he tried. Two months earlier, American intelligence officials informed the President they had “high confidence” it was Russian hackers who had broken into computer servers belonging to the Democratic National Committee and...