Details of Podesta Group Collapse Reinforce its Shady Image

  • Wes Kohler
  • Apr 20, 2018 10:05AM

Employees being stiffed, clients being lied to, and questionable associations with foreign governments exemplify what the now-defunct Podesta Group was all about.

The Case for Splitting California (It Might Be on the Ballot)

  • Wes Kohler
  • Apr 19, 2018 9:12AM

If there’s one state in the Union that meets the qualifications of a group of people in need of formal dividing lines, it’s California.

If Bolton Gets His Way, The White House Is About To Get A Lot More Hawkish

  • Wes Kohler
  • Apr 17, 2018 12:00PM

Bolton's stance on Syria over alleged chemical weapons is deeply reminiscent of the lead up to the Iraq war, something he continues to stand behind today. His presence signals Syria may not be the only conflict of the Trump presidency. 

Questions From A Bevy Of Sources Plague Syria Narrative

  • Wes Kohler
  • Apr 15, 2018 10:00AM

If you are inclined to believe Western, Christian journalists risking their lives to report first hand from a war-ravaged, terror-riddled Islamic hotbed, then it’s in question whether the chemical attack even occurred at all.

From Universities to Banks and Oil Fields, Chinese Takeover of U.S. Assets is Real

  • Wes Kohler
  • Apr 10, 2018 10:00AM

The traditional means by which war has been waged – tanks, aircrafts, missiles, drones, etc. – is far from the only way to inflict damage on an adversary. China has perfected the art of the insidious takeover.

Trump’s Syria Comments Mean No Exit Anytime Soon

  • Wes Kohler
  • Apr 9, 2018 10:00AM

It appears that we are in an age of pendulum diplomacy, and the pendulum has just now swung from near-exit from Syria to the brink of heightened conflict, not only with Syria but with its allies, Russia and Iran.

Russian Oligarchs May Lose Fortunes Stashed In The U.K.

  • Wes Kohler
  • Apr 4, 2018 2:41PM

The U.K. has been a favorite place of Russian oligarchs to hide money in case of trouble at home, but escalating tensions may see many lose these 'rainy day funds.' 

Russia Breaks Out Gloves, Alleges UK Intelligence Poisoned Skripal

  • Wes Kohler
  • Apr 3, 2018 10:19AM

Will the real Skripal poisoner, please stand up?

China’s Worldwide Kidnappings Deserve More Attention

  • Wes Kohler
  • Mar 31, 2018 10:13AM

Why have we yet to witness the global outcry towards startling kidnappings and human rights violations that are clear violations of foreign sovereignty, as we have witnessed in the case of Russia?

Merkel Returns To Poland With Tail Between Her Legs

  • Wes Kohler
  • Mar 24, 2018 10:03AM

The game of chicken being continually waged by Poland and the Visegrad Group, especially in light of increasing bellicosity toward Russia by members of NATO, has seemingly softened Merkel, the consummate representative of EU leadership.

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