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Do You Care About Ukraine?

On CNN.com, we read: As Air Force One landed in Estonia’s capital Wednesday, President Barack Obama’s message to Vladimir Putin — only 500 miles away in Moscow — was clear: Stay put. In a speech in Tallinn, Obama said the vision of a Europe dedicated to peace and freedom is “threatened by Russia’s aggression against […]

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“We Just Shot Down A Plane” — Jet Downed by Russians?

On Fox News, we read: Intercepted phone calls purportedly between Russian military intelligence officers and members of a pro-Russian separatist group that appear to capture the moment the rebels realized the plane they shot down was a civilian passenger plane could be the smoking gun that helps prove Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed Ukraine […]

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UKRAINE: Malaysian Jetliner Downed by Missile – 295 Feared Dead.

A Malaysian Airlines jetliner carrying 295 people crashed along the Ukraine – Russia border, an area currently embroiled in violent conflict between Ukraine and Russian Separatists. It has now been reported by numerous sources that the jet was downed by a surface-to-air missile.  As Fox News reports: The airline, which saw one of its fleet […]

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Ron Paul: “Ukraine Deal Bad For All.”

Posted by Ron Paul at the RPI: Last week Congress overwhelmingly passed a bill approving a billion dollars in aid to Ukraine and more sanctions on Russia. The bill will likely receive the president’s signature within days. If you think this is the last time US citizens will have their money sent to Ukraine, you […]

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Nigel Farage: Europe Has “Blood on It’s Hands” Over Ukraine.

  Nigel Farage, leader of the British semi-libertarian UK Independence Party, unleashed a hellstorm of criticism in a debate last week with British Deputy PM Nick Clegg, charging that the European Union has “blood on it’s hands” and is partly to blame for the violent protests and resultant chaos in Ukraine. According to Farage, the […]

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The Next Cold War? – Thoughts and Analysis.

The situation in Ukraine has led many to speculate that we are in the midst of a second Cold War. This has brought forth a number of differing opinions on how the US should react and move forward to the Russian military action in Ukraine. The disagreement largely sits within the populace; most federal politicians […]

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Obama vs. Putin: A Brief Analysis.

The situation in Ukraine remains somewhat hot. Putin is moving in boldly. Obama is making threats. Two leaders of major nations; two dueling minds. Let us consider these two stalwart personalities: Vladimir Putin is an ex-KGB Colonel with nearly 25 years of experience as a top political power broker in Russia. Barack Obama is an […]

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Can Russia Wreck the US Economy?

In the midst of hostile Russia-US rhetoric over the Ukrainian Crisis, the Russian Government has threatened at times to dump their portfolio of US Treasury Securities. According to the Russian Government, this has the potential to send the American economy into a death spiral. Furthermore, many believe that Russian tentative ally China would follow suit […]

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Ron Paul: “Can We Afford Ukraine?”

Written by Ron Paul, as posted on the Ron Paul Institute: Officially, US debt stands at more than $17 trillion. In reality, it is many times more. The cost of the US invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq may be more than six trillion dollars. President Obama’s illegal invasion of Libya cost at least a billion […]

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Henry Kissinger: How the Ukraine Crisis ends.

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is one of the more sinister and mephistotelian figures from American history. I do not like him, but I do take his views on foreign affairs very seriously. In this editorial written for the Washington Post, Kissinger explains his view of the endgame for the Ukrainian Crisis. Public discussion […]

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