June 03, 2020

Opinion

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We spend billions on our spy agencies; Where's Kim Jong-Un?
The vanishing act of Kim Jong-Un provokes one inevitable question. With all the billions that the U.S. puts into gathering intelligence by all those “agencies,” why can’t any of them come back with the definitive answer on the state of his health? Read More.
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North Korea’s Marxist ‘monarchy’ at a crossroads
North Korea’s Marxist “Monarchy” could be at a critical crossroads as recurring rumors about the death or incapacitation of the Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un swirl around the nervous Korean peninsula. Read More.
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Meet the Bill Gates 'experts' who appear to be calling the shots
Why is Bill Gates getting to decide when Americans can leave their homes and go outside? Read More.
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What Joe Biden learned from Hillary Clinton: Nothing
What is one of the biggest mistakes you can make if you are running for office? Insult voters. Read More.
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Is not reopening America an option?
Since mid-March the American economy has been on pandemic lockdown. Commercial, social and educational interaction have faced a form of limbo, forced to follow a still uncertain script dictated by the deadly coronavirus and decreed by state governors. Read More.
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Apollo 13 and the 'Secret War' in review
I flew my last sortie just over 50 years ago on April 3, 1970. Or at least I thought it was my last combat sortie in Southeast Asia! Read More.
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Dangerous: The globalist world order of Bono, Soros, Gates
Bono, the Irish rocker who fronts U2, has made a name for himself over the past two decades for his non-stop blathering about sharing the wealth of the West with the rest of the world, even as he continues to amass a personal net worth currently estimated at over $700 million. Read More.
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U.S.-Turkey troubles: Missiles, 'coup' mystery and a DEA asset
At this week's virtual NATO Atlantic Council event, Turkey repeated its offer to the United States to form a technical working group, including NATO, to resolve a dispute over Ankara’s purchase of Russian S-400 missiles. Read More.
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'Last plane out of Washington' and welcome to Orwellian future?
For many years Korean Air has operated the only non-stop from the U.S. capital to South Korea, and now it was ending. Read More.
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Puppet master? Barack Obama and the strange Democrat primary
As America watched Democratic presidential primary candidates drop like flies in March, many wondered what was behind their quick departure and the sudden surge of Joe Biden’s previously slumping campaign. Read More.
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The questions about WHO have clear answers
Governments and health officials counted on the Geneva-based World Health Organization (WHO) to be the proverbial canary in the coal mine warning us about the evolving dangers of the Coronavirus. Read More.
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No, the rogue regime in Iran should get nothing from U.S.
By all accounts, Iran is having a very tough time with the Wuhan virus. Read More.
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Assad Homayoun: Farewell to an exiled patriot, too long from home
Assad Homayoun had one burning, unfulfilled wish when he died after a long illness in Washington, DC, on April 11, 2020, a few weeks after the Now Ruz holiday marked the start of Spring. Read More.
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Sundance films: A 'smorgasbord of cultural Marxism'
At age 83, Robert Redford may still hint at the handsome face that harkens back to better days in Hollywood, when the industry could make films of actual quality. But his Sundance Institute is at the very forefront of the PC crapulence that passes for moviemaking today. Read More.
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Easter 2020: 'Scientists' minister to masses with 'theological rigor'
Holy Week is upon us and both the rituals and rites and joyful religiosity of the Easter Season are strangely absent save for the Peeps and some chocolate bunnies in the supermarkets. Read More.

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