Hostilities involving nations like Yemen, Turkey, Jordan, Iran, and Pakistan leads Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis (US Army–Ret.) to conclude that the Iran-Hamas conflict has escalated into a regional Mideast war.
The Washington Post reports that the White House convened senior officials last Wednesday to plan a military operation against Yemen’s Iran-backed government, raising the odds of another unpredictable Middle East war.
A group in Washington DC is drawing up plans to keep Donald Trump from using the power of the presidency if he’s elected in November. Funny how they only care about abuse of power when it’s not their chosen candidate in the White House.
The US and UK struck about a dozen targets in Yemen Thursday night, retaliation for attacks on shipping in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. This threatens to turn the Israel-Hamas war into a regional one.
A wave of cold air described by one forecaster as “gobsmackingly bananas” is due to hit the US this weekend, raising questions about the energy grid in Texas which suffered from widespread blackouts during a cold snap in 2020.
Cargo shipments are being routed away from the Red Sea because of the threat of missile attacks from Yemen, adding substantial time and cost to goods being shipped from Asia to Europe and North America.