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As I feared after the messages I received from the CIA/NATO friendly NewsGuard, censorship began to hit my reports on YouTube denouncing the actions of Ukrainian neo-Nazis and war criminals as “incitement to hatred” against a “protected group.CENSORSHIP – FOR YOUTUBE, UKRAINIAN NEO-NAZIS AND WAR CRIMINALS ARE A “PROTECTED GROUP”
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Policy: Heritage is consciously shifting gears on foreign policy, with an eye toward less military involvement in Europe and more attention on China in particular, [Kevin] Roberts told Axios in an interview.Republicans plot foreign intervention pullback
US likely pressing new oil-for-security arrangement while Riyadh talks to China about selling barrels in yuan rather than bucksSaudi Arabia flexing its geopolitical oil power
The coterie of neocons and liberal interventionists who orchestrated two decades of military fiascos in the Middle East and who have never been held to account are now stoking a war with Russia.The Pimps of War
The substitute teacher writes for Russian state newspaper PravdaVirginia teacher suspended after reportedly making pro-Russia comments amid war with Ukraine
As senior director for Near East and North African affairs from 2002 to 2009, Abrams played a key role in encouraging the U.S. invasion of Iraq and urging other interventions in the region and supported an armed coup attempt against the democratically elected Hamas government in Gaza, touching off a brief civil war that left the Islamist group stronger than ever. His advocacy as special envoy for Venezuela and Iran of ever-stronger sanctions against the governments in those two countries succeeded only in strengthening hard-line forces in both nations and pushing much of their middle classes into poverty. Given that record, why Vandenberg’s backers would choose him as the group’s chairman and public face, is intriguing, to say the least.
Since the 1980s, businesses have only been able to deduct 50 percent of their meal expenses off their federal taxes. A proposal championed by the White House and Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) would increase that deduction to 100 percent allowing companies to deduct the full cost of a business meal off their federal taxes.