The important 12-mile-long bridge connecting Russia to the Crimean peninsula was damaged by a large explosion Friday. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin blames Ukraine; the question is what comes next.Continue Reading

President Biden extended the emergency declaration first issued by President George W. Bush after the 9/11 attacks 21 years ago. More than three dozen national emergencies are in effect that grant the president dozens of powers, most of which don’t require congressional approval.Continue Reading

News that First Lady Jill Biden and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla tested positive for COVID-19, despite being fully vaxxed and boosted, barely caused a blip in the news cycle this week. The CDC’s new COVID guidelines basically say the pandemic is over.

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Nancy Pelosi’s stunt visit to Taiwan last week caused Xi Jianping and Chinese leadership to lose face, an unforgivable act in their culture. China’s response may be slow in coming, but it will be calculated, precise, and tough.Continue Reading

The FBI’s efforts to interfere in the last two presidential elections on behalf of Democrats brings to mind the Praetorian Guard in the Roman Empire. Once the Guard realized it had the power to make and break emperors, who learned to play ball—or else.Continue Reading

The World Health Organization said Tuesday it will rename the monkeypox virus, because the current name doesn’t meet WHO guidelines against using geographic regions or animals.Continue Reading

AN OUTBREAK of monkeypox has taken Europe and North America by surprise. The disease normally isn’t seen outside Africa, where the virus is endemic in animals.Continue Reading

An hour may have elapsed before law enforcement entered the school in Uvalde, Texas where a shooter killed 19 children and two teachers before he was shot dead. The timeline is uncertain, but the presence of supernatural evil is sure.Continue Reading

An 18-year-old was shot and killed by police Tuesday in Uvalde, Texas after he opened fire at an elementary school, killing 19 fourth-graders and two teachers. The corporate media is struggling to explain the massacre because they don’t see it with a supernatural worldview.Continue Reading