I’m 99% sure Cruz gets a baggie of white dust just for CPAC.
It’s FANTASTIC that she has experience as a DEFENSE LAWYER instead of PROSECUTOR.
“I would’ve withdrawn very very strongly” is the most Trump thing ever.
Say what you want. Trump is an extremely unintentionally hilarious man.
“When you invade a sovereign country that’s a war crime.” Oh, the irony.
The EU has said it point blank, the Oligarchs in Russia cannot fly over EU airspace. The more countries that get into this no fly zone issues, the worse it will be for these rich people who want to go where they want to go and can’t because […]
Former President George W. Bush has condemned Russia’s attack on Ukraine, saying it will “bring a catastrophic loss of life and human suffering.” In other news OJ Simpson will be giving advise on relationships and marriage.
Adam Kinzinger: Let’s just start WW3 to save Ukraine, shall we? Everybody with a brain: But that would totally destroy Ukraine. And everybody else on the planet. Kinzinger: Oh…
Ryan Grim and Robby Soave discuss Russophobia and the cultural impacts of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Kim Iversen breaks down what’s true and what’s false about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave react to new studies that support the wet market origin theory for Covid-19.
Anti-war demonstrator Veronika Nazarova details Russians’ protests against their country’s invasion of Ukraine.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss the revival of ‘Russiagate’ in mainstream media.
Newsweek contributor and business analyst, Pamela Denise Long, reacts to the CPAC straw poll that shows former President Donald Trump is the frontrunner for the GOP nomination in 2024.
Business consultant, Pamela Denise Long, Ryan Grim, and Robby Soave discuss President Biden’s nomination to the Supreme Court, Ketanji Brown-Jackson.
Ryan Grim details the role the petrodollar has in today’s current crisis in Ukraine.
Robby Soave makes the case for rethinking the mission of NATO in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Journalist Manny Marotta describes his ~45 mile walking evacuation from Ukraine, and the humanitarian crisis that many Ukrainian refugees currently face.
In his CPAC address, former President Donald Trump hinted at another presidential run.
Krystal and Saagar examine the response from Russian oligarchs to the economic warfare being waged by the west against Russia as Senator Marco Rubio boldly proclaims that Putin is ill
Krystal and Saagar respond to the protests against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine happening in Russia itself and other European nations from Belarus to Germany and beyond
Krystal and Saagar cover the peace talks between Russia and Ukraine as the war rages on and China becomes increasingly uneasy about the backlash to Putin’s invasion
Krystal and Saagar are joined by writer and podcaster Derek Thompson to better understand the economic effects of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and what Putin’s endgame could be
Krystal gives a break down of how the mainstream media decides which victims of war to care about and which ones to ignore as the world watches Russia’s Ukraine invasion and turns a blind eye to other atrocities
Krystal and Saagar analyze the record of Biden’s SCOTUS justice pick Ketanji Brown-Jackson who was announced as the choice to fill Justice Breyer’s void amidst the Ukraine war
Krystal and Saagar push back on the belligerence coming from the mainstream media neocons and other pundits who became liberal heroes during Russiagate who are pushing for World War III against Putin
Saagar takes an in depth look at what he got wrong about Vladimir Putin’s grand strategy for Russia that caused him to downplay the possibility of him invading Ukraine
Krystal and Saagar cover Russian dictator Vladimir Putin’s serious nuclear war threats to the west as his invasion of Ukraine continues and Russia’s economy goes under
Krystal and Saagar break down the economic turmoil and financial panic taking place in Russia as the western world goes on an economic offensive in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Krystal and Saagar bring updates on the Ukraine-Russia conflict from all fronts including the battle lines as information flies around and Putin meets heroic resistance from Ukrainians
Krystal and Saagar update viewers on the disastrous Olympics ratings for NBC now that the games have come to a close
Krystal and Saagar cover the huge rat infestation in a family Dollar warehouse that caused the chain to close hundreds of stores and recall numerous products from their shelves
Krystal and Saagar announce a new partnership with James Li, the host of 51-49 on YouTube and James dives into how the education of corporate elites encourages them to make evil decisions
By Joel Mathis The Week Once the cycle of escalation starts, it’s hard to stop. So it’s both alarming and unsurprising that Russian leader Vladimir Putin on Sunday put his country’s nuclear forces on alert, pushing back against the flood of sanctions and angry rhetoric from Western leaders […]
By Caitlin Johnstone There is one question today that is more important than any other question that could possibly be asked, and it’s this: “Is what the US and its allies are trying to accomplish in Ukraine worth continually risking nuclear armageddon for?” Russian state media have confirmed […]
By Matt Taibbi We thought he would be our bastard. Then, he became his own bastard. The president of the Council of Foreign Relations, Richard Haass, made an extraordinary statement over the weekend. “Just days ago much of the world was focused on the unwanted prospect of regime […]
Krystal and Saagar cover the warfare in Ukraine, beginning of peace talks, economic sanctions, Russian oligarch panic, Putin’s nuclear threats, protests around the world, neocon warmongering, Biden’s SCOTUS pick, the media’s selective empathy, Putin’s mistakes, possible endgame scenarios for Russia, and more! Merch: https://breaking-points.myshopify.com/ Derek Thompson: https://www.theringer.com/plain-engli… Timestamps: […]
This video was really well researched, well explained and much needed to get everyone informed on what’s happening rn. Thanks for making it, it’ll only serve to educate everyone on current events.
By William S. Lind, Traditional Right As of this writing (Friday, February 25), the Russian campaign in Ukraine looks like a model of maneuver warfare, a direct follow-on to the Soviet campaign against the Japanese in Manchuria in 1945. But the year is not 1945, and the results […]
What does Putin’s invasion of Ukraine look like in China? Angeli Datt on the Beijing edit. As Russian troops press further into Ukraine, and Ukrainian citizens join with their army to fight back, reactions around the world have been emphatic. On Saturday, the United States, the United Kingdom, and […]
By Ken Klippenstein The Intercept A spat between Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Biden is pushing gas prices ever higher. It started under Obama. As Russia ordered troops into Ukraine on Monday, gas prices soared to their highest levels in over seven years. While the media […]
A new book from Kerry Bolton. In The Tyranny of Human Rights: From Jacobinism to the United Nations Bolton examines the manner by which “Enlightenment” doctrines shaped liberalism and the bloody progenies of Jacobinism and Bolshevism. Bolton demonstrates that the inevitable consequences of these doctrines being predicated on […]
By Colin Campbell, Yahoo News Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, said Sunday that “it just makes me ill” to see people inside of the Republican Party praise Russian President Vladimir Putin as he wages war against Ukraine. Romney even went as far as to describe it as “almost treasonous” […]
By Robert Mackey The Intercept Fox News clips of Tucker Carlson and Tulsi Gabbard trashing Ukraine and the Biden administration were a mainstay of news coverage this week on Russian state television. In the hours since Russia launched its military assault on Ukraine, the news on Russian state […]
Survivors of a Deadly Attack on a Portland Protest Were Victimized Twice: First by the Gunman, Then by the Police
By Robert Mackey The Intercept Victims of a right-wing gunman’s shooting spree in Portland said it was unprovoked. Why did the police make the attack sound like a shootout? Prosecutors in Portland, Oregon, charged a right-wing gunman with murder on Tuesday, three days after he opened fire on a […]
By Murtaza Hussain The Intercept At a U.N. Security Council meeting, a speech by Kenyan Ambassador Martin Kimani struck at the heart of the crisis set off by Russia’s aggression. As Europe faces the grim prospect of a land war on a scale it has not seen since […]
By Caitlin Johnstone Pouring more weapons into Ukraine is not how you save lives; you save lives by negotiating a ceasefire. Pouring more weapons into Ukraine is how you create a long and expensive military quagmire for Russia at the cost of many thousands of lives to advance […]
By Amanda Macias, CNBC The U.S., European allies and Canada agreed to disconnect specific Russian banks from the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication. SWIFT is an independent enterprise based in Belgium that serves as an internal messaging system between more than 11,000 banks and financial institutions in […]
By Caitlin Johnstone Chris Hedges introduces his latest article for Scheer Post, titled “Chronicle of a War Foretold“, with the following: “After the fall of the Soviet Union, there was a near universal understanding among political leaders that NATO expansion would be a foolish provocation against Russia. How naive […]
By Caitlin Johnstone “I’m concerned about Russian disinformation spreading online, so today I wrote to the CEOs of major tech companies to ask them to restrict the spread of Russian propaganda,” US Senator Mark Warner tweeted on Friday. Since then YouTube has announced that it has suppressed videos […]