Russia is being blamed by most Western analysts for sabotaging the Nord Stream gas pipelines, but Poland’s former foreign minister has thanked the United States for doing the deed.Continue Reading

The two natural gas pipelines connecting Germany to Russia were sabotaged Monday. The perpetrator hasn’t been determined, but it had to be a group or state with sophisticated special forces-like capabilities.Continue Reading

Vladimir Putin’s ally, Dmitri Medvedev, threatened the use of nuclear weapons if areas of Ukraine occupied by Russian troops are attacked.Continue Reading

Five red heifers were arrived in Israel last week. The Temple Institute says if they remain unblemished until the age of two, they will be sacrificed for the purification ritual needed to prepare for the Third Temple.Continue Reading

A German bakery was shocked when its bill for natural gas, normally about $5,800 a month, jumped to about $87,500 a month for the last quarter. The ongoing proxy war between NATO and Russia is leading to a cold, dark, and hungry winter for Europe.Continue Reading

Fighting broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia last week that left a reported 170 soldiers dead between the two sides. A fragile cease-fire appears to be holding, but a web of alliances could draw Russia, Turkey, and, possibly, NATO into a bigger war.Continue Reading

The only segment of the American population more willing to vote Democrat now than in 2018 is Educated Liberal Females. Undeterred by rising inflation, shrinking wages, and spiraling crime in our cities, ELFs appear vulnerable to fear-based manipulation, like Joe Biden’s “red” speech last week.Continue Reading

When a new Illinois law takes effect Jan. 1, suspects charged with felonies, including second-degree murder, aggravated battery, and arson, will be released without bail. One state’s attorney calls it the “end of days.”Continue Reading