The Washington Post named a colonel in the Ukrainian military as the man behind the bombing of the Nord Stream gas pipelines between Russian and Germany last September. This is a major shift in the narrative.Continue Reading
Two big stories this week: Joe Biden is accused of war crimes for supporting Israel by State Department employees, and the scope of government efforts to control the narrative on social media is even bigger than we thought.
Donald Trump has been indicted by a federal grand jury on four counts related to his efforts to challenge the results of the 2020 election. Essentially, Special Counsel Jack Smith is using the courts as a do-over for two unsuccessful impeachment trials.
Staff around President Biden wondering who leaked the story about his possession of classified documents to CBS News because only a select group of insiders knew about it, and they’d tried to keep it secret.
The World Economic Forum meeting this week brings together people who believe that they, and they alone, have the right to fundamentally restructure human civilization. They don’t realize that they’re dupes in a bigger game.
Retired CIA officer Kevin Shipptells us how the agency tried to destroy him and his family for exposing a security breach, the ways the deep state keeps the public distracted and uninformed, and his work on the eye-opening new documentary Out of Shadows.
The election of Donald J. Trump caught the media, political elites, and the rest of the world by surprise. Troy Anderson and Paul McGuire, authors of the new book Trumpocalypse, explain why the election of President Trump has thrown the political order into turmoil.Continue Reading
Hugo Feugen, co-author of The Fuddy Hoax, explains why the 2013 death of Hawaii’s Director of Public Health Loretta Fuddy didn’t happen the way we were told and why that’s still important today.Continue Reading