Stephen F. Cohen, Russiagate Frenzy Threatens to End Superpower Diplomacy

Russiagate Frenzy “Threatens to End Superpower Diplomacy” — Interviews Available [on Twitter] STEPHEN F. COHEN, sfc1@nyu.edu, and via Caitlin Graf, caitlin@thenation.com Cohen is professor emeritus at New York University and Princeton University.   He is author of the just-released book War with Russia? From Putin and Ukraine to Trump and Russiagate. He just wrote “Anti-Trump Frenzy Threatens to End Superpower Diplomacy” for The Nation:”Why the frenzy now? Perhaps because Russiagate promoters in high places are concerned that special counsel Robert Mueller will not produce the hoped-for ‘bombshell’ to end Trump’s presidency. Certainly, New York Times columnist David Leonhardt…

Marc Thiessen, Trump is surrounded by leakers. Why would he trust them with his Putin note?

Marc Thiessen The Washington Post‘s report that President Trump “has gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal details of his conversations with Russian President Vladimir Putin” — including taking away an interpreter’s notes and instructing the person not to discuss what was said even with senior officials of his own administration — has raised hackles in Washington. Some have gone so far as to suggest this is evidence that the president is a secret Russian asset. More likely it is evidence that the president feels he cannot trust those around him…

How Trump Thwarted Calculated Israeli Effort to Keep U.S. in Syria

Gareth Porter The Pentagon was not the only party pressing Donald Trump to keep troops in Syria last year. It turns out the Israeli government and its supporters in Washington were working very hard to get the Trump administration to use America’s military presence there to support an Israeli campaign of airstrikes aimed at threatening war with Iran. The Israeli strategy was aimed at dividing Russia from Iran and thus putting pressure on Tehran to withdraw its military personnel from Syria. A campaign by a pro-Israel think tank actually succeeded in getting…

Benghazi Bombshell: Hillary ran weapons into Libya for the Obama admin and Michael Flynn was targeted because he knew the details

(Natural News) The more you learn about “Spygate” — the Obama-era operation launched by the Deep State to trip up POTUS Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and then undermine his administration after he unexpectedly won — the more angry it should make you. Shocking new details revealed last week by a former law enforcement official named Roscoe B. Davis in a series of tweets that were backed by previous reporting from Fox News allegedly implicate the Clinton Foundation as raking in millions of dollars running guns and other weapons into the Middle…

Dr. Eowyn, James Fetzer answers Leonard Pozner’s defamation lawsuit

Dr. Eowyn  Leonard Pozner is the alleged father of alleged Sandy Hook child-victim Noah Pozner whose image, mysteriously, was among the posters of those who were killed by the Taliban in the Army Public School shooting massacre in Peshawar, Pakistan, on December 16, 2014, two years after Sandy Hook. See “Sandy Hook Child Victim Noah Pozner Was Killed Twice! Also a Victim in Pakistan Taliban Shooting” Leonard Pozner has harassed bloggers and YouTubers with DMCA copyright-infringement take-down demands, and is successful at it. He has also sued Wolfgang Halbig and Alex Jones…

More evidence that Sandy Hook Elementary School had moved to Monroe, CT before the shooting massacre

Dr. Eowyn  We are told that on December 14, 2012, a lone gunman, Adam Lanza, went to the Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES) in Newtown, Connecticut, where in the space of 11 minutes, shot and killed 20 first-graders and 6 adults. We are also told that after the massacre on January 2, 2013, SHES reopened in an empty school about 7 miles away in Monroe, CT — Chalk Hill Middle School at 375 Fan Hill Rd. — until a new swanky SHES was rebuilt with a gift of $50 million from the state of…

Robert David Steele, How Our Military can help Defend Our Border

Robert David Steele Few people outside of the Department of Defense (DoD) understand that in preparation for winning two major theater wars, DoD has within its ranks hundreds of thousands of specialists – and tens of thousands of pieces of construction equipment as well as theater and tactical intelligence equipment able to surveil and deny key terrain – all of which are in peacetime available for training missions within the USA that support the President’s domestic objectives.  There cannot be a more important domestic objective than the defense of our…

THE SANDY HOOK “POZNER v. FETZER” LAWSUIT FOR DUMMIES

Jim Fetzer On 27 November 2018, the Minneapolis law firm, Meshbesher and Spence, Ltd., filed a suit against me on behalf of its client, Plaintiff Leonard Pozner, for defamation, and I was properly served on 29 November 2018. Under Wisconsin law, a Defendant has 45 days to submit a response, which would make it imperative that I reply by 11 January 2019, with either an ANSWER or a MOTION TO DISMISS. I filed an ANSWER rather than a MOTION TO DISMISS early on 4 January 2019 because I do not…

Marc Thiessen, The Ten Worst Things Trump did in 2018

By Marc A. Thiessen   [Editor’s note: Once again, I regard some of what Thiessen takes to be bad as good  just as I take some of what he regards as good as not. In this case,  where I regard 3 (seperating children from their families at the border as having been his obligation to follow a law signed by Bill Clinton and enforced by Barack Obama overwhelmingly more often) as one more Democratic political ploy, 2  (his plan to pull out of Afghanistan) and 1 (his plan to pull out of Syria) as his wisest foreign…

Marc Thiessen, The 10 best things Trump has done in 2018

By Marc A. Thiessen   [Editor’s note: While I take exception to some of his claims, where I regard 3 (his tough stance against Moscow, which was forced upon him by the Russiagate hoax) and 2 (pulling out of the Iran deal, which was in deference to Israel and perhaps his greatest foreign policy blunder) as mistakes, I like the author as (for the most part) objective and balanced), where his list gives us a perspective to contrast with each of our own.] In his second year in office, the list…