While Pompeo Pouts in Poland, Putin Pushes Peace in Syria

If there was ever a Valentine's Day which highlight the stark differences to diplomacy between the U.S. and Russia it is this one. In Warsaw, the U.S. cajoled some sixty countries, many of them Arab, to send representatives only to be scolded like schoolchildren by Vice President Mike Pence for undermining the drive for war … Continue reading While Pompeo Pouts in Poland, Putin Pushes Peace in Syria

Soros Confirms He is Losing in Europe

Last month at Davos, George Soros turned around completely on China, echoing the Trump administration (of all things) in warning the world against the rise of China versus his previous stance. The main reason for this shift in Soros' attitude on China stems from his fear that the European Union will not achieve its goals … Continue reading Soros Confirms He is Losing in Europe

Russia’s Exports Continue to Defy Sanctions

Russia is winning its war of attrition against aggressive U.S. sanctions policy. Diplomatically, Russia is winning on all fronts, finding positive solutions through its abundant energy reserves to open gaps in relationships hat have been frozen in geopolitical amber for two generations. The latest balance of trade data from Rosstat tells the tale. Russia continues … Continue reading Russia’s Exports Continue to Defy Sanctions

Energy Dominance Isn’t Just a Trump Obsession

Energy Dominance should be the catchphrase of the day. It's on the minds of every political figure, and the focus of every economy. This is especially true of those vulnerable to a change in the status quo, namely Saudi Arabia. While some continue to believe the gyrations of the oil market over the past few … Continue reading Energy Dominance Isn’t Just a Trump Obsession

Tulsi Gabbard and the Smear Campaign

Tulsi Gabbard has become a lightning rod for all that is wrong with American politics. I wrote an article for Strategic Culture recently that outlines the moral bankruptcy of the Democrats and our media. Gabbard is the next generation of US politician but I fear she is too little, too take. Much like Rand Paul … Continue reading Tulsi Gabbard and the Smear Campaign

Trump Kneels Again Before AIPAC

We know the pull of the Israeli lobby is strong in D.C. We also know that Donald Trump's foreign policy has centered around Israel's security. But what we didn't know for certain was just how far Trump is led around by the whatever AIPAC wants. Until Sunday morning. However Trump's invoking Iranian influence as a … Continue reading Trump Kneels Again Before AIPAC

Salvini the Kidnapper Officially Has the EU Scared

A court in Sicily has ruled that Interior Minister, leader of The League and all-around Euroskeptic bad-ass Matteo Salvini should stand trial for kidnapping migrants held in abeyance off Italy's shores. “I confess,” Salvini said in a video posted to his Facebook page, “there is no need for a trial. It’s true, I did it … Continue reading Salvini the Kidnapper Officially Has the EU Scared

Brexit Iceberg, Dead Ahead

This is the attitude of those opposed to it. Any real separation of the U.K. from the European Union would result in a catastrophe which knows no bounds. They have ratcheted up Project Fear to the point now of saying there will be food shortages and permanent supply problems for fresh fruit if a hard … Continue reading Brexit Iceberg, Dead Ahead