US Nuclear Safety: A Critical Problem That Has Largely Been Kept Out Of The Public Eye

Authored by Peter Korzun via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The issue of nuclear safety has been a hot topic in the second half of 2018. It has just been discussed in detail at the 62nd International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) conference in Geneva, which was held Sept. 17-21. The international conference on “The Security of Radioactive Material:

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“Lifelong Friend” Of Kavanaugh Accuser Denies Attending Party Where Alleged Sexual Assault Occurred

A woman believed to have been one of five people at a party some 35 years ago where Christine Blasey Ford claims she was sexually assaulted by Brett Kavanaugh has become the fourth person to deny any recollection of the event.   In a Saturday night email to the Senate Judiciary Committee also received by several news outlets,

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Unipolar Moments Never Last More Than A Moment

Authored by Martin Sieff via The Strategic Culture Foundation, American leaders, politicians, policymakers and pundits are fond of talking about the “Unipolar Moment” and “Hyper Power” position that they imagine the United States enjoys in the world. Totally lacking from this fantasy are any inconvenient historical facts. The US Unipolar Moment (insofar as it existed

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Gowdy: No National Security Risk In Classified Russia Docs; DOJ Stonewalling Over Brennan, FBI Embarassment

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) said in a Thursday interview that the information contained in the Russia documents withheld by the Department of Justice (DOJ) pose no risk to national security, and would be embarrassing to former CIA Director John Brennan, the DOJ and the FBI.  “I’ve read it. Some of it’s embarrassing for the Department

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Libya Urges United Nations To Take “Concrete Action” To Halt Chaos In Tripoli

More than seven years after NATO launched a regime change war in Libya on the side of anti-Gaddafi rebels, the West is again being asked to intervene as the country further descends into civil war.  Except this time it’s the internationally recognized government since installed in Tripoli that is at war with itself, and the

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Just Two NY Times Paragraphs On Russiagate – A Striking Admission

This week The New York Times published an epic 10,000 word piece entitled “The Plot to Subvert and Election – Unraveling the Russia Story So Far.” It’s essentially the Times’ summary of everything that can be definitively established thus far after two years of national obsession and inquiry into alleged Russian election meddling and influence that supposedly ushered Trump

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How A Fund Betting On “The End Of The World” Outperformed The S&P500

Ten years after the financial crisis, with the bull market now the longest on record, “black swan” fund Universa Investments chief investment officer, Mark Spitznagel, spoke on Bloomberg TV and said that “we are going to continue to see deeper and deeper [crashes], simply by virtue of the fact that the degree of interventionism is

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