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May 09 2022
Global leaders and defense officials had spent weeks speculating what Russian President Vladimir Putin might reveal about his Ukraine plans in a speech at Russia's Victory Day commemorations Monday. They'll have to keep guessing -- the leader offered few clues on the direction of the conflict.
UK defense chief Ben Wallace had suggested that Putin may use this historic day to escalateCNN (Online News)
Apr 21 2022
Going after Disney is the victim’s punch to the nose to correct the bully — stop attacking us, or we will defend ourselves.
Ihave to disagree with my fellow movement conservative Charles C. W. Cooke (and some others, judging from Twitter; namely, Hannah Cox and Brad Polumbo, but I’m sure there are more) about Disney’s smackdown by Governor Ron DeSantis and the Florida legislature. It’sNational Review (News)
Apr 06 2022
British military intelligence says 1,000 mercenaries from the Russian private military company, the Wagner Group, are being deployed to eastern Ukraine.
The group has been active over the past eight years in Ukraine, Syria and African countries, and has repeatedly been accused of war crimes and human rights abuses.
How was the Wagner Group started?
A BBC investigation intoBBC News
Mar 03 2019
Trump fires up CPAC with expletive-laden description of Mueller probe: 'They're trying to take you out with bulls---'
President Trump, in an expletive-laden, over two-hour speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Saturday, accused FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team of trying to take him out with “bulls---” and accused a top Clinton aide of not having recovered “from getting his a-- kicked.”
Trump accused his opponents of moving away from a narrative of Russian collusion asFox News (Online News)
Mar 19 2018
Donald Trump is threatening a constitutional crisis by directly attacking Special Counsel Robert Mueller, so what are Republicans going to do about it? Though some Republicans had already, in theory, signed on to legislation preventing Trump from unilaterally firing Mueller, they also insisted that there was no urgency to that because he wasn’t going to do it “right now.” Now that seems likeDaily Kos
Jun 27 2022
Fact check: Democratic group makes multiple false claims in its dramatic allegations about Lauren Boebert's past
Washington (CNN)A Democratic super PAC has made multiple false claims about Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert while pushing unproven allegations that the right-wing Colorado congresswoman has had abortions and formerly worked as an escort, all of which Boebert vehemently denies.
American Muckrakers PAC co-founder David Wheeler acknowledged to CNN that the super PAC had been "sloppy" andCNN Fact Check
Jan 07 2022
Skiing is an endangered sport, caught between a warming planet and a global pandemic. But there’s a boom in one corner of the ski world that’s being driven, at least in part, by a combination of climate change and Covid.
The unexpected upturn shows how skiers are adapting to the dual crises and how one winter sport is evolving as snow cover declines around the world.
Ski touringNew York Times (News)
Apr 12 2022
Ukraine investigated a claim that a poisonous substance was dropped on besieged Mariupol, as Western officials warned Tuesday that any use of chemical weapons by Russia would be a serious escalation of the already devastating war.
Thwarted in his apparent ambition to overrun the Ukrainian capital, Russian President Vladimir Putin is now building up forces for a new offensive in theAssociated Press
Mar 18 2022
In an angry speech this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin lashed out at the United States and its European allies, accusing them of stealing Russian assets and using his “special military operation” in Ukraine as a “pretext” for a long-term strategy of weakening Russia.
In what was more of a rant than a speech, a frustrated Putin admitted the sanctions were inflicting real economicWashington Examiner
May 10 2019
Three Senate committee chairmen demanded answers this week about the role played by the Justice and State departments in furthering the goals of Christopher Steele, the former British spy who compiled the discredited anti-Trump dossier that helped launch the special counsel’s investigation.
Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham fired off inquiries to the Justice DepartmentWashington Times