Turkey's President Declares Ambassadors Unwelcome After Being Pushed to Release Political Prisoner, Kavala
Monday, Western embassies released a joint statement directed at Turkey, calling for the release of Turkish political prisoner Osman Kavala. "Today marks four years since the ongoing detention of Osman Kavala," the statement read. "The continuing delays in his trial, including by merging different cases and creating new ones after a previous acquittal, cast a shadow over respect for democracy, the rule of law and transparency in the Turkish judiciary system."Read full story
Should the U.S. President Visit the Mexico Border?
Fox News’ Peter Doocy reported that there is “still nothing” from the White House on when, if ever, President Joe Biden has been to the border, during a segment on Fox News’ “Special Report” with Bret Baier on 9/22/2021.Read full story
National Intelligence Council Issues a Report on Climate Change's Risk to Global Security
Global security and science experts made an effort to collectively forecast climate change's impact on international security and the U.S. specifically. The report states, "climate change will exacerbate risks to U.S. national security interests as the physical impacts increase and geopolitical tensions mount about how to respond to the challenge.”Read full story
The Controversial Gain-of-function Research Explained
There has been a lot of information moving around the web about a disagreement between Republican Sen. Rand Paul, and Dr. Anthony Fauci over whether Fauci knew U.S. grant money given to EcoHealth Alliance was used to fund “gain-of-function” research.Read full story
U.S. Aims to Dismantle Venezuelan Network of Alleged Money Launders
Alvaro Pulido Vargas Wanted by DOJCaracol File Photo. On Friday, the United States offered up to $10 million for information leading to the arrest or conviction of Alvaro Pulido Vargas, who also goes by German Enrique Rubio Salas, “Cuchi.”Read full story
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey Wants the National Guard Deployed, "Illegal crossings are surging."
Governor Doug Ducey released the following statement on his official government website: “The Biden/Harris administration needs to get its head out of the sand when it comes to the crisis at our border. This lack of action defies all logic and flies in the face of the law. This administration is asleep at the switch, and their total lack of action has real consequences here in the state of Arizona."Read full story
Biden Firmly Backs Taiwan, “China knows the U.S. has the most powerful military in the world.”
At a CNN town hall event this week in Baltimore, Maryland, President Joe Biden said he is committed to defending Taiwan if attacked by China. “Yes, we have a commitment to do that, and China knows the U.S. has the most powerful military in the world.”Read full story
Can a multi-trillion-dollar spending program cost U.S. taxpayers zero?
President Bidenhas a plan to pay for his multi-trillion-dollar spending program, the Build Back Better bill, which aims to increase funding for critical federal social programs, including education, healthcare, and climate.Read full story
Biden and Putin on the Same Side of the Vaccine Mandate Fight
Russian President Vladimir Putin, on national television, mirrored Biden's words to follow the science. The Russian President said, "there are only two paths, to get infected or get vaccinated." Biden, like Putin, has also pleaded with people to get vaccinated. Now, both presidents are forced to take further measures because nations are divided over getting the jab.Read full story
Treasury's Preliminary Review of U.S. Sanctions Omits Negatives and Highlights Positives
Yesterday, after a ten-month process, the Treasury Department released a review of the US sanctions policy. Deputy Treasury Secretary Adeyemo met with the Senate Banking Committee to present the review.Read full story
Haiti's Most Dangerous Gang "400 Mawozo have stayed away from kidnapping Americans up to now"
The gang thought to be responsible for kidnapping 16 Americans and one Canadian is known as 400 Mawozo. For several months 400 Mawozo has fought in armed combat with rival gangs and abducted people from all walks of life, even police officers. There are also reports that the gang is raping women and recruiting children into its ranks, but kidnapping has become its most lucrative business.Read full story
U.S. Pushes to Extradite Second High-Level Venezuelan
Venezuela's former spymaster, Hugo Carvajal, 61, also known as "El Pollo" (The Chicken), might be joining Alex Saab, Venezuelan financier, in the U.S. soon. Spain's high court has ruled that Carvajal should be extradited to the U.S. to face charges for working with Colombia's Farc terrorist group, weapons, and drug smuggling.Read full story
Americans living near the border speak out about illegal immigration.
More local stories are coming in about the flow of illegal migration into cities and towns along the border, and mainstream media is not covering it. Still, even those up to 30 miles away see people enter on foot, undocumented, looking for shelter, food, and work. These are people that are not part of a government resettlement program or escorted by the U.S. Border Patrol. They are people who have slipped in because the border is not secure.Read full story
Foreign Media Influence is Present in Venezuela's Upcoming Election
Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF)UK GOV. On November 21st, 2021, presidential elections will take place in Venezuela. As the date approaches, media is working overtime, including foreign media, shaping particular outcomes.Read full story
No Changes Since DHS Whistleblower Exposed Immigration Loophole, "1,750 percent increase in asylum seekers."
Aaron Stevenson, an Intelligence Research Specialist for the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, has come forward through a U.S. media outlet called the Project Veritas.Read full story
The Alex Saab case re-highlights the plight of American prisoners worldwide
Venezuela is holding nine Americans and only today did the U.S. Department of State start re-reviewing those cases at high levels. More family and friends of the jailed Americans are "up in arms" over the extradition of Alex Saab because many believed he would be traded back to his country for Americans.Read full story
Chicago Mayor accuses city police force of trying to “induce an insurrection.”
The term has become popular among Democrats who like to call all major disagreements "insurrections" now. We've seen it from Nancy Pelosi, and we see it in Chicago. At a Monday press conference, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D) said the city’s police union is trying to “induce an insurrection” over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate. The complete statement reads, "The police unions are not authorized to strike and have made efforts to “induce an insurrection.”Read full story
Liberia's Opposition Leader, Alexander Cummings, Presses for Justice, Healing, and Trust.
Alexander B. Cummings, Alternative National Congress (ANC)AllAfrica. In March of 2021, A U. S. Congressional bi-partisan Human Rights Commission heard testimony that Liberian President George M. Weah is engaged in “political corruption."Read full story
Ransomware-related homicide is a rare cybercrime, but the reports are concerning.
In September of 2020, German authorities decided that hackers were responsible for the death of a patient re-routed to a second hospital due to the first hospital having been seized by ransomware.Read full story
The Department of Transportation and Pete Buttigieg's Paternity Leave Isn't the Sole Problem
Why is this Pete Buttigieg's fault? The Department of Transportation has many leaders who could make the same decisions as their boss while away. What happened?. Pete Buttigieg has received massive criticism over taking parental leave during a supply chain crisis to stay home with his adopted newborn twins. The family break was well within his rights and not something that was perfectly planned to align with a supply crisis - no doubt.Read full story