Vladimir Putin may have used the called-off coup this past weekend to his political advantage. Politicians in the West have trouble understanding his hold on power because none of them have the kind of popular support Putin does in Russia.
Ukraine’s president Volodomyr Zelensky said Feb. 24 that Americans will need to fight if we don’t send him the money and weapons he needs to defeat Russia—a goal that Western officials now admit is unrealistic.
The media narrative on the war in Ukraine continues to shift. USA Today reports that Russia is wearing down Ukrainian defenders in the Donbas. This contradicts months of reports claiming that Russia is running out of trucks, weapons, and men.Continue Reading
An FDA official caught on hidden camera by Project Veritas said annual COVID-19 shots are certain, providing a “recurring fountain of revenue” for the pharmaceutical companies whose vaccines are approved for annual usage.Continue Reading
An outage at Amazon last week disrupted package deliveries, silenced the Alexa personal assistant, and locked some people out of their homes. Meanwhile, police in Canada warn that Internet-connected tracking devices are being used to steal high-end vehicles.Continue Reading