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    Christmas According to Marx and Lenin, by Ronald Reagan
    Dec02

    Christmas According to Marx and Lenin, by Ronald Reagan

    ORLANDO, FL – Between his campaign against President Gerald Ford in 1975-76 and his race against Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan delivered more than 1,000 radio broadcasts. In fact, Mr. Reagan wrote most of those three-minute broadcasts himself. In one broadcast during the Christmas season, Reagan shared a story about Christmas in the Ukraine...

    The New Yorker Exposes a Fake News Fraud
    Dec01

    The New Yorker Exposes a Fake News Fraud

    A viral Washington Post story breathlessly circulated by media mandarins condemning the influence of “fake news” on the U.S. presidential election turns out to have been… fake news. The New Yorker’s Adrian Chen has published a devastating takedown of the key source in the Washington Post piece, an anonymous group called PropOrNot, which...

    Meet Jim “Mad Dog” Mattis, Trump’s Iran hawk choice for secretary of defense
    Dec01

    Meet Jim “Mad Dog” Mattis, Trump’s Iran hawk choice for secretary of defense

    President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to run the Pentagon, retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis, has said, “it’s a hell of a lot of fun to shoot” Taliban fighters, told Iraqi leaders that “if you fuck with me, I’ll kill you all,” and accused the Obama administration of naiveté for inking a nuclear deal with Iran that will slow,...

    ‘Russia isn’t a threat’: As Canada prepares to send troops to Latvia, not everybody is ready to welcome them
    Dec01

    ‘Russia isn’t a threat’: As Canada prepares to send troops to Latvia, not everybody is ready to welcome them

    Canada will deploy 450 soldiers to Latvia early next year, a show of force that’s part of a NATO effort to deter a repeat of Russia’s 2014 invasion of Ukraine …read more Source: Vancouver...

    New Putin Doctrine Says U.S. Pressure ‘Undermining’ Global Stability
    Dec01

    New Putin Doctrine Says U.S. Pressure ‘Undermining’ Global Stability

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has endorsed a new foreign policy doctrine accusing the United States and its allies of undermining “global stability” by trying to “contain” Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Investigative Chief Alleges Ukrainian Lawmaker May Have Spied For Russia
    Dec01

    Investigative Chief Alleges Ukrainian Lawmaker May Have Spied For Russia

    The head of investigations in Ukraine’s Security Services (SBU) has charged that Ukrainian lawmaker Oleksandr Onyshchenko may have been spying for Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin Delivers Conciliatory Annual ‘State of Nation’ Speech
    Dec01

    Putin Delivers Conciliatory Annual ‘State of Nation’ Speech

    Russian President Vladimir Putin’s annual “state of the nation” address Thursday was less remarkable for what it contained than for what it lacked — anger and blame heaped on countries supposedly looking to make an enemy of Russia. Last year’s speech at the Kremlin to lawmakers and dignitaries, carried live on...

    EU leader expects bloc to extend sanctions on Russia in 2017
    Dec01

    EU leader expects bloc to extend sanctions on Russia in 2017

    European Council President Donald Tusk says he thinks the European Union will extend sanctions against Russia, but that it will be harder to preserve the West’s unity on Moscow when Donald Trump is U.S. president. …read more Source: FOX...

    EU leader expects bloc to extend sanctions on Russia in 2017
    Dec01

    EU leader expects bloc to extend sanctions on Russia in 2017

    European Council President Donald Tusk says he thinks the European Union will extend sanctions against Russia, but that it will be harder to preserve the West’s unity on Moscow when … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Russia’s Lavrov Hopes Trump Will Not Interfere in Internal Affairs
    Dec01

    Russia’s Lavrov Hopes Trump Will Not Interfere in Internal Affairs

    Russia hopes to build a relationship with the next U.S. administration based on equality and “non-interference in internal affairs” Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Thursday. Speaking to Italian newspaper Corriere Della Serra Lavrov said he is “sick and tired” of accusations that Russian hackers interfered in the U.S. election by leaking...