Every single time I watch a debate, Republicans tell me that the media is biased. That’s not a very nicely asked question, the way you say that. But the media does NOT, in fact, have a liberal bias. The real bias in media is much, much different. Recently, this CNN… Continue Reading Media Bias and the Lust for War • Nando Vila Takes On the REAL Media Bias

Ukrainian commanders are concerned over how to prevent military personnel from deserting. Local journalists report that escapes have become common. President Petro Poroshenko has learned of this from a special committee report. Ekaterina Mironova studied this report. The flow of Ukrainian military men to the Russian Crimea doesn’t stop. Sailors… Continue Reading Ukrainian Servicemen Keep Deserting to Crimea, Russia – Farewell to Ukrainian Army

IMPEACHMENT A LYNCHING. THIS IS “SPECIAL REPORT.” ♪ ♪ GOOD EVENING, I AM BRET BAIER. PRESIDENT TRUMP SAID THE U.S. WILL LET SOMEBODY ELSE FIGHT OVER “THE LONG BLOODSTAINED SAND IN THE MIDDLE EAST.” ANNOUNCING A PERMANENT CEASE-FIRE BETWEEN TURKEY AND SYRIAN-BASED KURDS. THE PRESIDENT LAUDING THE EFFORT AS A… Continue Reading Trump celebrates ‘breakthrough’ ceasefire in Syria

“And we will accept no outcome but victory.” – When the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003, an extremist terror group of Sunni militants who allied with Al Qaeda, took part in the Iraqi insurgency. Afterward, the group split from Al Qaeda and declared itself the Islamic State claiming authority over… Continue Reading Why the fight with ISIS is far from over | Just The FAQs

Cable news loves American weapons. Whether it’s Tomahawk missiles. Tomahawk missiles. Tomahawk cruise missiles. Or the “mother of all bombs.” MOAB, also called the “mother of all bombs” The “mother of all bombs” TV news is saturated with images of American firepower. They are beautiful pictures of fearsome armaments. But… Continue Reading How the media’s weapons fetish primes us for war