Jun 15 12:45

Inflation’s Here, Getting Worse, And Could Last Longer Than COVID-19 Pandemic

Both the out-of-touch Biden administration and our betters at the Federal Reserve Board continue to assert that inflation’s no big thing. They’re right. It’s not, unless you work for a living. Then it’s a very big thing indeed. -- This is what you get, inevitably, from so-called progressive economic experiments conducted by the far left, which now means the entire Democratic Party. Massive amounts of spending. Suffocating regulation. High taxes. More out-of-control money printing by the Federal Reserve. Severe wage controls and, eventually, price controls.

Jun 15 11:24


Check out this video of Joe Biden trying to talk during the G7 meeting in Cornwall. I can only agree with Tammy Bruce’s observations. The man’s mental capacity is obviously inadequate to fulfill his job responsibilities. The press can avoid talking about Biden’s rapid decline, but they can’t prevent either our allies or our adversaries from noticing it.

Jun 15 11:10

Ahead Of Putin Meeting, Biden Confuses Syria With Libya 3 Times In Less Than 90 Seconds

A handful of what appears more than the usual Biden gaffes while on his Europe trip has some pundits raising yet more concerns about the 78-year old president's cognitive decline in old age. Last year on the campaign trail a series of bizarre and questionable moments of "concern" - all caught on film - were dismissed in mainstream media as pro-Trump conspiracies.

During Sunday's press conference concluding the G7 summit in Cornwall, England, Biden stumbled through a speech wherein he confused Syria for Libya three times in less than 90 seconds...

"We can work together with Russia – for example, in Libya. We should be opening up the passage to be able to go through, provide food assistance, and economic... I mean, vital assistance to a population that’s in real trouble," he said, though clearly intending to mean Syria.

Jun 15 10:57

How Biden's Effort to Weaponise Human Rights Against Russia May Backfire on Washington

While Joe Biden has vowed to "press" Moscow on human rights issues in Geneva, he may be given a dose of his own medicine one day given Washington's record of human rights abuses both at home and abroad, according to economist and author Dr. Paul Craig Roberts.

President Joe Biden has vowed to bring up human rights issues during an upcoming meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on 16 June in Geneva. Commenting on the American president's remarks, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov noted on 31 May that Russia views no topics as taboo and is ready to discuss issues including the prosecution of Americans charged with orchestrating the January 6 riots and the human rights of US opposition activists.

Not Everything in the US Garden is Rosy

Jun 15 10:15

Canadian PM Told Staff, ‘Kamala Will Be President By 2022’

After Joe Biden’s laughably pathetic G7 performance has world leaders telling their staff Joe-mentia is not long for the office of President.

Reports claim Biden could be out by the end of 2022.

Jun 15 07:50

White House will host a July 4 'independence from COVID' party with more than 1,000 guests and a South Lawn cookout - even though the US is NOT expected to hit 70% of adults vaccinated

  • Plans for the White House bash were announced as US neared 600,000 deaths
  • Biden will host first responders and military in largest event of his presidency
  • More than 1,000 guests are expected and will attend a South Lawn cookout
  • It is a dramatic shift from Biden, who previously said Americans could only hold 'small gatherings' in their backyards for July 4
  • The White House wants to show a return to normalcy despite growing concern over the spread of the Indian 'Delta' variant of the virus
  • The surge in cases has forced the UK to delay lifting a nationwide lockdown by four weeks

President Joe Biden is planning to host an 'independence from COVID' party on July 4 at the White House - even though the US is set to fall short of his goal to have 70 percent of adults vaccinated.

Jun 15 07:32

EU to Commit 'Suicide' if it Obeys Biden's Plan to Take on China & Russia, Warn Scholars

The Biden administration's attempt to compete with a re-emerging part of the world appears doomed, as the so-called "unipolar moment" can no longer be restored, say European observers commenting on the US president's commitment to NATO and Build Back Better World pledges.

On Monday, President Joe Biden met with NATO leaders at the 2021 Brussels summit, where he described the US commitment to the military alliance as "a sacred obligation". A final statement of the meeting emphasised the "threat" posed by Russia as well as the "challenges" caused by China.

Earlier, on Saturday, the US president and G7 member states announced the Build Back Better World (B3W) partnership – an apparent competitor to China's multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road initiative. Both announcements were made as the White House seeks to reaffirm to its allies that "America is back" at the helm of global politics.

Jun 15 07:31

Biden-Putin summit agenda revealed: Presidents to discuss Covid-19, Ukraine, hacking, climate change & situation in Middle East

When Presidents Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden meet in Geneva on Wednesday for their eagerly awaited summit, they will discuss a wide range of topics, including coronavirus, the war in Donbass, and the fight against cybercrime.

That’s according to Yury Ushakov, a Russian diplomat and long-time aide of Putin on foreign policy matters, who announced the plan for the summit on Tuesday. The two heads of state are due to meet at 1pm local time at Geneva’s grand and historic Villa La Grange.

The meeting will be the first encounter between the two presidents since Biden ascended to his post earlier this year. Alongside the two leaders will be their closest advisers, including US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Affairs Minister Sergey Lavrov.

Jun 15 07:28

Reporters Wait Nearly Three Hours for Joe Biden’s 25 Minute Press Conference

Reporters waited three hours for President Joe Biden before he appeared late to his press conference in Brussels on Monday.

“Thank you all so very much, sorry you’re all here so late,” Biden said as he left the podium after only answering questions from five reporters selected by his staff.

The entire press conference lasted about 25 minutes.

The press conference was scheduled for 1:15 PM EST, but Biden did not arrive until about 3:30 PM EST.

White House aides never explained why Biden was delayed and did not update reporters on his movements or timing for the press conference.

Biden appeared fatigued when he arrived, but said he had a productive day of meetings with world leaders at the NATO summit.

Jun 15 07:08

White House calls Capitol riot a 'terrorist attack', introduces Pentagon anti-radicalization to stop the 'lethal' rise of 'white supremacy' in the military and pushes to 'purge' the internet of 'extremist content'

The Pentagon is to start training for service members leaving the military to prevent them being radicalized by violent extremists, as part of the country's first domestic terrorism strategy due to be unveiled on Tuesday.

It follows a review that stated the most dangerous elements of the threat today come from white supremacists and anti-government extremists.

The White House also called the Capitol riot a 'domestic terrorist attack' in the report and backed a 'purge' of extremist content online.

Jun 15 07:05

Meet Me in Geneva- Biden’s Russophobia means the Summit will fail.

With the exception of his perseverance in a long overdue withdrawal from Afghanistan, President Joe Biden has been assiduously pursuing policies that make the world a more dangerous place for Americans, up to and including opening up the country’s southern border to waves of illegal immigration. Ironically, if an opinion poll were to be taken in the United States it would likely show that most respondents regard the Republicans as America’s designated conflict-friendly party based on the fact that the GOP is considered to be more “conservative” and therefore more likely to resort to force. But that assumption is not actually true as the Republican Party historically has been reluctant to embrace foreign engagements while presidents like Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and even Donald Trump were measured in their responses to developing international crisis situations.

Jun 15 06:24

George Galloway: After Biden’s addled appearance at the G7, we can only hope he’s never left alone with the nuclear codes

The G7 was predictable theatre macabre, but the US president’s bewilderment and confusion – in stark contrast to the acuity of 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth, who is still very much on top of her game – will be the lasting memory.

As a befuddled Joe Biden was led around court at the so-called G7 by his good wife, the young Queen Elizabeth – sans the Duke of Edinburgh for the first time – held centre stage.

Age affects us all in different ways and one must extend charity towards the afflicted. But the US head of state cut a sorry spectacle when not in front of a teleprompter – at least by comparison with his hostess, who, at 95, is 17 years his senior.

The 78-year-old president said the Queen reminded him of his mother, which might have been why he climbed on her knee with a pelican bib on and asked her for a rusk.

I made that last bit up, but such was the US president’s permanently bemused bewilderment in England, nobody would have been too surprised had he done so.

Jun 14 10:51

Dementia Joe Forgets Where He Is Again June 13,

Like a little boy that is lost, Jill Biden had to rope in her husband Joe who was walking aimlessly lost in a crowd at the G-7 with world leaders. Everybody noticed it. The American President needed his wife to guide him, her new nickname is Edith Wilson”, named for the wife of Woodrow Wilson who had a stroke and for two years Edith was the President.

At the G-7 summit in the UK, Doctor Jill Biden slipped ahead of Joe to jawbone with some dignitaries.

It appears Joe stepped away from a table and, for a brief moment, forgot where he was supposed to be going. He stopped and looked around, failing to see Jill Biden nearby.

Jun 14 10:40

‘Painful to watch’: Joe Biden apparently gets lost at G7 summit, wanders into cafe

US President Joe Biden was seen wandering around a cafe in Cornwall, England, before his wife stepped in and led him away. Conservatives, who have long questioned Biden’s mental acuity, called the video “painful to watch.”

Video footage posted online on Friday, but largely ignored by the mainstream media, shows Biden wandering slowly onto a cafe terrace. Someone on the terrace, most likely an ITV journalist, asks “How are your meetings going in Cornwall?” Biden then freezes, flashes a thumbs-up, and replies “Very good.”

Jun 14 10:26


Jun 14 10:15

‘He’s clearly suffering from dementia’: Conservatives jeer as Biden mistakes Syria for Libya ahead of talks with Putin

Conservatives are pessimistic about Joe Biden’s upcoming meeting with Vladimir Putin, after the US leader stumbled through a speech, mistook Syria for Libya, and falsely claimed Russia is involved in the Libyan conflict.

“We can work together with Russia – for example, in Libya. We should be opening up the passage to be able to go through, provide food assistance, and economic... I mean, vital assistance to a population that’s in real trouble,” Biden told a press conference at the conclusion of the G7 summit in Cornwall, England, on Sunday.

Jun 14 10:14

Putin: Biden’s ‘Killer’ Comment is ‘Hollywood Macho Behavior’

In his first interview to a US corporate outlet since 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin brushed off his US counterpart Joe Biden’s “killer” label and called it posturing by a career establishment politician.

Speaking with NBC News’ Keir Simmons in Moscow, ahead of the June 16 summit with Biden, Putin called the “killer” comment an expression of “Hollywood macho” behavior.

"Over my tenure, I've gotten used to attacks from all kinds of angles and from all kinds of areas under all kinds of pretext, and reasons and of different caliber and fierceness and none of it surprises me," Putin said, in a segment NBC aired on Friday evening.

He further continued: “So, as far as harsh rhetoric, I think that this is an expression of overall US culture… There are some underlying deep things in Hollywood. Macho. Which can be treated as cinematic art, but that is part of US political culture where it’s considered normal. By the way, not here, it is not considered normal here.”

Jun 14 10:08

Biden regime caught bribing hospital staff to supply positive reviews for covid vaccines

A social media “influencer” hired by the White House has been caught trying to bribe hospital systems into procuring fake positive reviews about Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” in order to encourage more uptake.

Eben Vorster, a “digital relational organizer” at Main Street One, reportedly sent a private message to one institution offering a “paid Instagram partnership for one post” pushing Chinese Virus injections as the solution to the plandemic.

“I am reaching out to you to share a possible content partnership opportunity!” the message announced.

“For this campaign, we are looking for healthcare professionals who would like to address the topic of vaccine hesitancy with their social media audience. We want to hear from you about what the COVID vaccine means to you and why you’re tackling vaccine misinformation in this crucial vaccine rollout period.”

Jun 14 08:44

GOP senators push for Hill veto power over a future U.S.-Iran deal

A group of Republican senators introduced a bill on Friday that would require President Joe Biden to secure congressional approval for any new diplomatic agreement with Iran to curtail its nuclear program.

The bill, led by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), would give the Senate veto power over any attempt by the Biden administration to reenter the 2015 U.S.-Iran nuclear deal — which was effectively dissolved when former President Donald Trump withdrew from the pact in 2018 — by deeming it a treaty, which mandates approval from the upper chamber.

Jun 14 08:29

Biden-Putin: What's On The Table (And Why No Progress Can Possibly Be Made)

There is a lot of optimism and big press regarding the upcoming meeting between Biden and Putin. This will be the first meeting of the two since Biden took that seat behind the lovely desk in the Oval Office. There are many issues on the table for discussion and there is tension and excitement in the political press in both the West and especially in Russia. There is a growing belief that this could be a turning point or at least provide some small nudging of relations in a positive direction. This wishful thinking, although pleasant from a moral standpoint, does not reflect the realities of the current divide between the United States and Russia. This meeting simply cannot provide some sort of new start for relations between the countries and will probably look like a head-nodding and pretending-to-listen fest the likes of which we have never seen before. Hours worth of hot air will be blown to throw words onto deaf ears with some background posturing to boot.

Jun 14 07:00

Biden’s Message to NATO Summit: US Has Sacred Obligation to Article 5 War Clause

Voice of America Sunday ran a story about the tenor and theme of President Joe Biden’s presentation at tomorrow’s NATO summit in Brussels with the headline Biden to Reassure Allies of US Commitment to NATO Mutual Defense Clause. In the report it cites a pledge Biden made in an address to American Air Force service members at the Royal Air Force Mildenhall base on June 9: “In Brussels, I will make it clear that the United States’ commitment to our NATO Alliance and Article 5 is rock solid. It’s a sacred obligation that we have under Article 5.” Today the White House posted an online fact sheet on the summit which contained in its opening paragraph this stark statement: “During the Summit, the President will reaffirm the enduring Transatlantic bond through NATO and underscore the United States’ ironclad commitment to Article 5 – an attack on one is an attack on all and will be met with a collective response.”

Jun 14 06:50

'We do not view NATO as sort of protection racket': Biden lands in Brussels to reaffirm transatlantic alliance after ties frayed under Trump

Joe Biden touched down in Brussels on Sunday evening as he continues his first foreign trip as president and keeps his focus on rebuilding ties with European allies.

He was welcomed by a Belgium military honor guard and three trumpeters. He wore a face mask due to coronavirus restrictions in Belgium.

The growing influence of Russia and China will top the agenda of Monday's NATO meeting, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters on Air Force One on Sunday evening.

Jun 14 06:17

House tees up war authorization repeal while Senate waits on White House

The House will vote on a repeal of the Iraq-focused 2002 war authorization this week, but similar legislation is on a slower track on the other side of the Capitol, where lawmakers were still negotiating with the White House last week.

The House will vote on its bill, from Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif., when it returns to Washington after its three-week recess, Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., announced. The popular measure, which advanced out of the Foreign Affairs Committee in late May, has 103 co-sponsors, including seven Republicans.

Jun 14 06:06

"Discrimination At The Hands Of Their Government": Another Federal Court Has Halted A Racially-Biased Federal Relief Program

President Joe Biden is facing an embarrassing and growing problem as he continues to declare his focus on ending racial discrimination: another federal court appears close to ruling that his Administration is engaging in raw racial discrimination. Milwaukee District Judge William Griesbach issued a temporary restraining order in Wisconsin halting Biden’s controversial $4 billion race-based federal relief program for farmers. The awarding of relief based on race immediately raised objections of racial discrimination. The ruling is based on the court’s view that the white farmers challenging the program are likely to prevail.

Jun 14 05:34

Kamala Harris Trashed by CNN Panel for 'Cringeworthy' and Conflicting Answers on the Migrant Crisis

The news comes as US Customs and Border Protection revealed that the number of illegal migrants crossing into the United States has reached its highest level since 2006. According to the agency, last month alone 180,000 people were detained on the southern border with Mexico.

US Vice President Kamala Harris has been criticised for unprepared responses to the migrant crisis. A CNN panel called her trip to Guatemala and Mexico a disappointment, pointing to her conflicting answers.

One of the biggest "failures" mentioned by the panel were Harris' answers to the question she has been asked for almost three months: "when are you going to visit the border?" And almost every time the official either laughed it off or dodged the question. During her recent interview with NBC's Lester Holt, Harris, whom Biden described as the "most qualified person" to deal with the migrant crisis, got defensive when the anchor pressed her on the issue.

"You haven't been to the border", Holt said.

Jun 14 05:20

Biden mutters he'll 'get in trouble with my staff' for taking extra question

President Biden joked when taking questions at a press conference Sunday following the G-7 summit, claiming that his staff will be upset with him if he does not conduct the event as they want him to.

Early on in the question-and-answer portion of the program, Biden was quick to inform reporters that he would operate strictly by the book.

Jun 14 05:15

Joe Biden: ‘Terrorism from White Supremacy’ the ‘Most Lethal Threat to the Homeland’

President Joe Biden asserted Tuesday that terrorism from white supremacy was “the most lethal threat” facing the United States.

Biden spoke about the threat of white supremacy during a speech in Tulsa marking the 100th anniversary of the 1921 race massacre in the Greenwood neighborhood.

“According to the intelligence community, terrorism from white supremacy is the most lethal threat to the homeland today,” Biden said. “Not ISIS. Not Al Qaeda. White supremacists.”

Biden was likely referring to a statement from acting U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf, who told members of Congress that white supremacy was “the most persistent and lethal threat” to the United States in September 2020. In October 2020, DHS released a report showing that white supremacist extremism accounted for more fatal attacks than any other domestic violent extremist group since 2018.

Jun 12 05:44

Vladimir Putin laughs off Joe Biden's claim he's a 'killer' (but fails to deny it) and dismisses the US president as a 'career politician' while praising Donald Trump as 'extraordinary, talented and colorful'

Vladimir Putin burst into laugher when asked if he is a killer - and heaped praise on Donald Trump, before branding Joe Biden a career politician.

The Russian president guffawed when NBC correspondent Keir Simmons asked him: 'Mr President, are you a killer?' during an interview broadcast Friday night.

He avoided directly answering, instead replying: 'Over my tenure, I've gotten used to attacks from all kinds of angles and from all kinds of areas under all kinds of pretext and reasons and of different caliber and fierceness, and none of it surprises me.'

Jun 12 05:38

'What kind of fan fiction comic book is this?' Time magazine is mocked for its fawning cover with wrinkle-free Biden in aviators 'taking on Putin' ahead of their meeting at Geneva summit

Time magazine's fawning cover of Joe Biden looking younger with Vladimir Putin in his aviator sunglasses is Twitter's newest meme playground, with the president's critics ripping into the publication.

In Time's tweet introducing the cover, the magazine wrote: 'Biden takes on Putin,' which elicited an onslaught of snippy jokes about 78-year-old Biden's age and gifs of Putin laughing on Twitter.

'What in the hell kind of fan fiction comic book is this cover?' one user said.

Jun 11 15:04

Judge ordered ballot audit in Georgia after discovery of ‘pristine’ pre-printed ballots that scream vote fraud

“All of them were strangely pristine,” said Voyles, who went on to say she’d not seen anything remotely similar to the phenomenon in 20 years of monitoring elections in Fulton County, which includes the majority of Atlanta. -- At least three more poll workers noticed the same thing and they, like Voyles, swore under oath and penalty of perjury they believe the ballots were fake. -- Their observations helped convince a state judge to order all 147,000 mail-in ballots cast in the county unsealed so they can be inspected, leading many to believe that literally tens of thousands of those obviously fraudulent ballots were likely ‘cast’ during the November election.

Jun 11 08:59

G-7 leaders to discuss Covid, global minimum tax rate at first day of summit

President Joe Biden and other world leaders are expected to focus on the global response to the coronavirus pandemic Friday, the first day of the G-7 meeting in Cornwall, England, while making the case for democratic institutions' unique ability to respond to economic crises and disparities, senior administration officials said.

The Group of Seven, an organization of the world's leading industrial countries — Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the U.S. — is expected to announce they will provide at least 1 billion coronavirus vaccine doses to the world.

The group will also endorse a global minimum tax of at least 15 percent for companies, the White House said.

If one is enacted, an established global tax rate — which companies would have to pay regardless of where they are based — could reverse what the White House called a "race to the bottom" on international rates that has been a source of tension among countries for years.

Jun 11 08:33

Poland regrets Biden not meeting east European leaders during trip

Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau has criticised U.S. President Joe Biden’s decision not to meet eastern European leaders on his first trip abroad.

In an interview published by Rzeczpospolita newspaper on Friday, Rau also regretted Washington had waived sanctions on the company behind the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that is being built to carry natural gas from Russia to Germany.

Biden’s eight-day trip to Europe includes a summit of the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies in England, talks in Brussels with leaders of the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military alliance, and a summit in Geneva with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Jun 11 04:12

Buchanan: What Is America's Cause In The World?

Authored by Pat Buchanan,

“Take away this pudding; it has no theme,” is a comment attributed to Winston Churchill, when a disappointing dessert was put in front of him.

Writers have used Churchill’s remark to describe a foreign policy that lacks coherence or centrality of purpose.
At the Cold War’s end, George H. W. Bush said America would now lead mankind in the creation of “a New World Order.”

George W. Bush was going to deny to all “axis of evil” nations — North Korea, Iran, Saddam Hussein’s Iraq — access to the “world’s worst weapons,” with our ultimate goal being “ending tyranny in our world.”

According to the Biden Democrats of today, America’s goal is the preservation of “a rules-based international order,” which is less inspiring than “Remember the Alamo!” or “Remember Pearl Harbor!”

What are the causes that actually animate Americans?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The problem is, after the last "election" the process is so completely compromised, that ordinary Americans have absolute zero say in how the government is run, or structured.

How this will play out in the long run, I cannot say; however, combining the anger with no longer feeling represented in any way by this government, coupled with the anger about how the Covid-19 pandemic was handled in this county, when its leadership had been given a "heads up" moment, long before it let its citizens know what was going on, may well be a turning point.

Jun 11 03:27

The Iran Nuclear Deal Won't Happen Any Time Soon

Authored by Cyril Widdershoven via OilPrice.com,

Global oil markets have been on edge recently due to the continuing JCPOA discussions and the possibility of the U.S. rejoining the deal. While there have been no real breakthroughs in the discussions so far, the possibility of Iranian oil exports coming back online is adding downward pressure to oil prices. Despite this added pressure, international oil benchmark Brent is still firmly above $70, and oil price optimism is only increasing. This optimism is due to the growing global demand for oil and petroleum products and is also driven by warnings from U.S. diplomats that Iranian sanctions are far from over. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated to the press that “even in the event of a return to compliance with the JCPOA, hundreds of sanctions will remain in place, including sanctions imposed by the Trump Administration”.

Jun 10 13:11

Everyone’s talking about this Jill Biden photo…

Jill Biden posts photo of her sitting at the POTUS desk aboard Air Force One

Jun 10 08:06

Kamala Spits Out A Bunch Of Lies Under Pressure

Vice President Kamala Harris falsely declared that "we've been to the border" when pressed on why she has not yet visited the southern border after being tasked by President Biden to handle the "root causes" of migration.

During an interview with NBC News Tuesday, Harris, who has been criticized by Republicans for not making the trip to the U.S.-Mexico border, was asked whether she had any plans to do so.

"I – at some point – you know – we are going to the border. We've been to the border," Harris stuttered. "So this whole – this whole – this whole thing about the border. We've been to the border. We've been to the border."

Harris was again pressed, with NBC’s Lester Holt reminding the vice president that she, herself, has not been to the border while in office.

Jun 09 13:50


Jun 09 10:48

Biden heads to Europe at difficult moment for his domestic agenda

President Biden is headed to Europe on Wednesday, an inopportune time for his first foreign trip as president as his domestic priorities hit the rocks.

The president cut off infrastructure negotiations on Tuesday with Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (W.Va.), who was the top GOP negotiator in the Senate on the issue, after their discussion on Friday left the sides far apart on key issues.

He instead will move forward on discussions with a bipartisan group of senators, who are separately preparing another infrastructure proposal of around roughly $880 billion, less than the top-line figure being discussed by Capito and below what the White House wants.

Jun 09 08:45


Janet Yellen, the current U.S. Treasury Secretary, is also the Chair of the Financial Stability Oversight Council, which includes every Wall Street regulator. Before coming to the Treasury Department, Yellen was the Chair of the Federal Reserve and had spent the bulk of her working career at the Fed or the San Francisco Fed.

Jun 09 07:10

The Biden family's Complex Ukrainian Relationship:

“Our view going into this trip is that actions speak louder than words,” Jake Sullivan said this morning, speaking about Joe Biden’s upcoming swing through Europe. The national-security adviser explained that the administration’s work to lead the country out of the pandemic would deliver U.S. allies, and the rest of the world, that Washington is ready to lead.

He was responding to a servilely posed question about how Biden would turn the page on his predecessor’s infamously adversarial relationship with his European matches.

But if the administration were truly involved in showing America’s global partners that they matter, it would drop its half-hearted approach to dealing with the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

Jun 09 06:10

Harris Says No Quick Fix To Root Causes Of Migration

US Vice President Kamala Harris said Tuesday that tackling the root causes of migration would take time, vowing to visit the US-Mexican border herself to see the situation firsthand.

Harris, on her first trip abroad as President Joe Biden's deputy, said that it was important to give people in violence-wracked Central American countries hope of a better future.

"Most people don't want to leave home and when they do it is usually for one of two reasons: either they are fleeing harm or to stay home means that they cannot satisfy their basic needs to sustain and take care of their families," she said.

"We know that if we give them a sense of hope that help is on the way that they will follow their first preference, which is to stay at home."

That would not happen overnight, she said.

"The issue of root causes is not going to be solved in one trip that took two days."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There is a quick fix. Stop giving free stuff to illegal immigrants. No more food, housing, driver's licenses, medical, etc. Make their lives more difficult here than at home and they will leave.

Jun 08 11:48

Blinken Will Participate in Biden's Bilateral Meeting With Putin in Geneva, State Dept Says

When US President Joe Biden travels to Europe later this week to meet with the G7 powers and NATO allies before meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin next week, he will be urging them to form a more united and comprehensive effort against Russia, including in cybersecurity.

"Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken will accompany President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. on his June travel to Cornwall, UK; Brussels, Belgium; and Geneva, Switzerland," State Department spokesperson Ned Price told reporters on Monday, adding that Blinken "will participate in President Biden's bilateral meeting with Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin in Geneva."

Price added that Blinken would also be a part of Biden's bilateral meetings on the margins of the G7 summit in Cornwall, England, set to run from Friday until Sunday. Biden will then travel to Brussels for meetings with members of the NATO mutual defense alliance on June 14, before meeting Putin in the western Swiss city on June 16.

Jun 08 11:48

How Biden's Effort to Weaponise Human Rights Against Russia May Backfire on Washington

While Joe Biden has vowed to "press" Moscow on human rights issues in Geneva, he may be given a dose of his own medicine one day given Washington's record of human rights abuses both at home and abroad, according to economist and author Dr. Paul Craig Roberts.

President Joe Biden has vowed to bring up human rights issues during an upcoming meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on 16 June in Geneva. Commenting on the American president's remarks, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov noted on 31 May that Russia views no topics as taboo and is ready to discuss issues including the prosecution of Americans charged with orchestrating the January 6 riots and the human rights of US opposition activists.

Not Everything in the US Garden is Rosy

Jun 08 11:07

Biden says he will invite Ukrainian president Zelensky to the White House after his Putin summit as GOP slams him for showing 'weakness' to Russians by waiving sanctions on the Nord 2 pipeline

President Joe Biden on Monday invited Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to visit him at the White House after his summit with Vladimir Putin.

The offer was meant to be a boon to the Ukraine as it struggles to fend offer Russian aggression.

Zelensky, in an interview with Axios for HBO, expressed disappointment that Biden decided to stop trying to block the Nord Stream 2, a Russia-to-Germany natural gas pipeline, that would allow the Kremlin to by pass the Ukraine.

Jun 08 10:57

'This is how state TV functions': Glenn Greenwald rips CNN's Brian Stelter for 'fawning' over White House's Jen Psaki in 'one of the most sycophantic interviews of a state official you'll ever see'

CNN's Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter has come under fire from both the left and right for directing a series of softball questions at White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Sunday, prompting conservative journalist Glenn Greenwald to slam the on-air exchange as 'one of the most sycophantic interviews of a state official you'll ever see.'

Stelter opened the interview on Sunday by asking Psaki: 'what does the press get wrong when covering Biden's agenda?'

Psaki replied: 'some of our muscles have atrophied a little bit over the last few years, and there isn’t a lot of memory — recent memory or longer memory — on how long it takes to get legislation forward or how messy the process of negotiating and the process of getting legislation across the finish line can be.

Jun 08 10:20

The Coming Biden/Putin Train-Wreck Summit

I have my doubts whether the Putin-Biden summit in Geneva will take place later this month, but even if somehow it is pulled off, recent Biden Administration blunders mean the chance anything of substance will be achieved is virtually nil.

The Biden Administration was supposed to signal a return of the “adults” to the room. No more bully Trump telling NATO it’s useless, ripping up international climate treaties, and threatening to remove troops from the Middle East and beyond. US foreign policy would again flourish under the steady, practiced hands of the experts.

Then Biden blurted out in a television interview that President Putin was a killer with no soul. Then US Secretary of State Antony Blinken discovered the hard way that his Chinese counterparts were in no mood to be lectured on an “international rules-based order” that is routinely flouted by Washington.

Jun 07 11:14

Aides unloaded on Joe Biden for going off script, email to son Hunter shows

President Joe Biden has never been accused of having a gilded tongue. In fact, he once referred to himself as a "gaffe machine."

But after a meandering speech in summer 2015, his top aides let loose their frustrations in a private communication to the then-vice president's son Hunter.

"He just couldn't end the speech," senior White House aide Gregory Schultz exclaimed to the VP's youngest son, in apparent disbelief.

The newly surfaced email, recovered by Just the News from a laptop Hunter Biden left behind at a Delaware repair shop and later turned over to the FBI, provides a rare glimpse into the Biden inner circle's efforts to corral the oft-bumbling, gaffe-prone speechmaker.

Jun 07 08:31

Putin Sets Tense Tone Ahead Of Meeting With President Joe Biden

Jun 07 07:29

Fossil Fuels To Be Terminated After Newest Biden Policy

President Joe Biden is suggesting killing over a dozen tax breaks for fossil fuel companies to align the tax code with his aggressive climate administrative agenda.

It’s a welcome move for environmentalists and Democrats, who have long requested an end to fossil fuel subsidies. In fact, a clean energy tax proposal promoted by Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee late last month aims many of the same favorable provisions for oil and gas firms as Biden.

However, oil and gas organizations say removing those tax provisions would be a tremendous blow to the industry, particularly for smaller producers operating on thin profit margins. The effect would be even bigger when coupled with regulatory moves such as Biden’s leasing pause and other budgetary fiscal provisions that propose boosting taxes on fossil fuel companies, according to the groups.

Jun 07 06:36

Biden said considering ex-Israel ambassador Dan Shapiro for a Mideast envoy role

The Biden administration is seriously considering appointing former US ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro as a Middle East envoy, the Washington Post reported Friday.

The role is likely to involve the diplomatic relations that were a hallmark of the Abraham Accords, Israel’s normalization agreements with the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco that were formalized under the Trump administration, the report said.

Several people familiar with the discussions told the Washington Post that Shapiro has accepted an offer to join the Biden administration in a Mideast role, although some sources apparently named different positions that the former diplomat was under consideration for.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note to the White House: Netanyahu will be looking for work after this Wednesday! :)

Jun 07 06:24

Putin says no breakthroughs expected after meeting with Biden

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that he does not expect any breakthroughs after his meeting with US counterpart Joe Biden, scheduled for June 16 in Geneva, but believes that the two countries have shared interests.

"I do not expect any breakthroughs as a result of that meeting. But I think that in spite of contradictions - but they have not been created by Russia, I would like to mention that - we still have overlapping interests," Putin said at a meeting with heads of the world’s leading news agencies, organized by TASS.

Jun 05 06:36

Biden Shows Just How Little Conviction He Has For His Own 'Red Lines'

President Biden does not have a Monday deadline for an infrastructure deal with Republicans, the White House confirmed Thursday amid a report that he is willing to drop his corporate tax hike in exchange for getting an infrastructure deal done. This is an about face from a President who declared that the tax hikes were a 'line in the sand' and he was standing firmly with them.

Press secretary Jen Psaki revealed Biden intends to continue negotiations next week with Republicans led by Sen. Shelley Capito (R-W.Va.) adding that the White House is open to a wide range of potential ways to pay for a bill as Republicans balk at tax hikes.

“We’re going to keep our options open to see what paths we can move forward on,” Psaki said at her daily press briefing.

Jun 05 06:19

Biden defends Fauci after Senator Hawley joins GOP calls for White House medical chief to resign or be fired

President Joe Biden went out of his way to defend Dr. Anthony Fauci, giving his chief medical adviser a vote of confidence as the White House shot down the prospect of firing him amid increasing Republican demands for his ouster.

“Yes, I’m very confident in Dr. Fauci,” Biden said on Friday after a press briefing in Delaware. The president had left the briefing room but poked his head back in through a doorway after a reporter shouted a question about whether he has confidence in Fauci.

Jun 05 06:14

Thousands of Yemenis rally in Sa’ada to slam US, Israeli crimes against Muslim nations

Thousands of protesters have staged a mass rally in Yemen’s northwestern province of Sa’ada to express their outrage over the United States and the Israeli regime's fiendish policies and criminal acts against Muslims.

Massive crowds of people marched along streets in the provincial capital city of Sa’ada on Friday, waving Palestinian flags alongside Yemeni ones and chanting slogans in solidarity with the Palestinian cause.

They rejected Washington’s policies and those of its allies in the Middle East region, as they held up pictures of late leader of Yemeni Ansarullah movement Sayyed Hussein Badreddin al-Houthi and chanted “Death to America” and “Death to Israel.”

“We will continue to shout the slogan of freedom to confront the criminal policies of the United States and Israel against nations of the Muslim world. We call on all Muslims to launch a campaign to boycott American and Israeli goods and products,” a final communiqué read.

Jun 04 10:00

Biden now willing to drop corporate tax hike to get infrastructure deal done

President Biden does not have a Monday deadline for an infrastructure deal with Republicans, the White House said Thursday amid a report that he is willing to drop his corporate tax hike in exchange for getting an infrastructure deal done.

Press secretary Jen Psaki said Biden intends to continue negotiations next week with Republicans led by Sen. Shelley Capito (R-W.Va.) and said the White House is open to a wide range of potential ways to pay for a bill as Republicans balk at tax hikes.

“We’re going to keep our options open to see what paths we can move forward on,” Psaki said at her daily press briefing.

Biden’s spokeswoman fielded questions at the White House as the president joined first lady Jill Biden for a bike ride near his vacation home in Rehoboth Beach, Del., where he’s spending two nights to celebrate his wife’s 70th birthday.

Jun 04 09:58

Catholic Biden Putting Pressure Against Pro-Life Bills

The Biden budget removes the Hyde Amendment, a provision attached to annual appropriations bills that has historically prevented federal funding for over 40 years under presidents of both parties. The bill initially passed in 1976 with over 100 Democratic votes in the House.

Biden, whose own position on abortion evolved as he began to harbor presidential ambitions in the 1980s, supported the Hyde Amendment up until 2019.

Jun 04 08:02

Biden Will Support Funding to Replenish Israel’s Iron Dome

After a couple of weeks of war in the Gaza Strip, which Israeli officials hint are just the start of a new campaign, the Biden Administration is looking to commit themselves to more spending on Israeli aid to show continued commitment.

That is going to come in the form of a $1 billion proposal to replenish Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system. State Department officials hinted at equal measures for the safety of the Palestinians, but that’s going to depend heavily on Israel allowing aid in.

State Department officials further added that the funding would be provided irrespective of what Israeli government is in power. At present, the Israeli parliament is facing some deal-making which could see a new government installed.

Jun 04 05:37

Biden Said To Mull Dropping Corporate Tax Hike To Fund Jobs Plan

In an effort to win Republican support for President Joe Biden's infrastructure and jobs plan, the White House on Thursday signaled it was willing to negotiate over his pledge to increase the corporate tax rate.

The Washington Post reported Biden offered to drop his proposal to return the top corporate tax rate to 28 percent -- where it had been before a Republican-backed tax cut in 2017 -- from its current 21 percent level, something the opposition party strenuously opposes.

Citing sources familiar with the discussions, the newspaper said the offer was made in a private White House meeting on Wednesday with Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito, as the president looks for opposition support for his spending plans.

Jun 04 05:34

US Actively Prepares for War with Russia

Since the relationship between the United States and Russia has taken a turn for the worse in recent years, it is quite clear to the author that, nowadays, the US administration has been seeking confrontation with the Russian Federation, be it over politics, trade or even the construction of Nord Stream 2 (which is of no concern to the US) for the European Union (EU). And President Joe Biden is seemingly trying to achieve this aim by using fairly aggressive and ideologically divisive rhetoric as a tool.

Based on a number of reports published by American and Western media outlets, aside from anti-Russia propaganda, the US government has essentially begun its preparations for an invasion of Russia via the Baltic countries, the Black Sea, the Arctic Ocean and regions bordering the Russian Federation to the East.

Jun 03 10:25

Joe Biden: Career Defender of Israel’s Crimes and Impunity

Jun 02 14:58

Did Fauci Spend US Tax Dollars On China's Bio-Weapons?

American taxpayers apparently financially supported a Chinese "biological weapons program against the U.S.," according to Far East relations specialist Gordon Chang on Newsmax, who argued U.S. government cooperation in the global coronavirus pandemic will not be brought forward by the Biden administration.

"The intelligence community, our intelligence community, should just declassify that now," Chang told Monday's "John Bachman Now." "We don't need to wait 90 days to get a highly politicized report from people who have gotten it wrong on China consistently over decades."

President Joe Biden put the onus of a 90-day report on the COVID-19 origins on U.S. intelligence officials after closing the State Department's probe last week, Chang said, noting a severe, if not dangerous, battle of interest for the U.S. government.

Jun 02 10:49

Biden Waives FBI Background Checks For Caregivers At Child Migrant Facilities

The Biden administration has scrapped FBI background checks for caregivers at its overpacked child migrant shelters (or as AOC no longer calls them, 'concentration camps'), alarming child welfare experts who say this compromises safety, according to the Chicago Tribune.

The move comes as Biden turns to "tent camps, convention centers and other huge facilities" which are operated by private contractors paid by the Department of Health and Human Services. In March, the administration announced that it would open eight new emergency sites across the Southwest, which will add 15,000 new beds - doubling capacity.

In order to deal with the flood of migrant children, the US government has lowered the bar required to watch them.

These emergency sites don’t have to be licensed by state authorities or provide the same services as permanent HHS facilities. They also cost far more, an estimated $775 per child per day.

Jun 02 05:33

Nobody wants to soften Putin-Biden summit agenda, Kremlin spokesman says

The Kremlin believes it is important to make sure that Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia and Joe Biden of the United States hold their much-awaited summit but there are no plans to soften the meeting’s agenda, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

"Naturally, nobody wants to soften the agenda in the run-up to the summit. We think that it is still very important that this summit takes place," he pointed out.

Peskov emphasized that preparations for the summit were still underway. However, he declined to comment on a statement by Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov who had said that Washington was going to receive a number of "uncomfortable signals" from Moscow in the coming days. "This requires a request to the Foreign Ministry," the Kremlin spokesman clarified.

Jun 02 05:19

DOJ dismissing Capitol riot case for first time

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is seeking to dismiss a case against a New York man charged in connection with the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, the first time federal prosecutors have moved to drop a case connected to the attack.

Prosecutors filed a motion Tuesday seeking to dismiss the case against Christopher Kelly of New York, who was charged after the FBI said an anonymous tipster sent investigators photos posted on Facebook of Kelly at the Capitol.

Authorities wrote in the filing "the government and defense counsel have discussed the merits of the case, and upon reflection of the facts currently known to the government, the government believes that dismissal without prejudice at this time serves the interests of justice."

Prosecutors didn't say why they dismissed the case. Neither the DOJ nor Edward MacMahon, Kelly's attorney, immediately returned a request for comment from The Hill.

Jun 02 05:11

Biden commemorates Tulsa massacre, notes ‘terrorism from white supremacy’ is ‘greatest threat’ to US

Joe Biden commemorated the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Massacre by visiting the city and announcing new efforts to combat “white supremacy” and increase federal spending on minority-owned businesses.

Speaking from Tulsa’s Greenwood Cultural Center after visiting with the three remaining survivors of the massacre of black citizens, Biden noted he was the first sitting president to visit the Oklahoma location, something he said he did to help erase the “silence” around the dark event, which he described in detail.

Jun 02 05:06

$2 trillion in taxes, $6 trillion in spending, $22 trillion in borrowing — what could go wrong?

A few years ago some nutty professors came up with a crackpot idea called "modern monetary theory," or MMT. It was the idea that as long as interest rates stay low, the U.S. government can spend and borrow trillions upon trillions of dollars at almost no cost and we will all be richer. This is a little like saying you can jump out of an airplane without a parachute and as long as you never hit the ground, you will be fine.

This looney idea was mostly ridiculed as a flat-earth-society idea - and yet now we have a president, Joe Biden, who actually is practicing MMT. His latest budget calls for $6 trillion in spending, soon to rise to $8 trillion, paid for with a $2 trillion tax hike on the rich and $7.6 trillion in additional debt. This is more debt than accumulated by the previous four presidents - combined.

Jun 02 05:00

Trump expects to get reinstated as president by August, New York Times’ Maggie Haberman claims, sparking storm

Maggie Haberman, a CNN analyst and Washington correspondent for the New York Times, sparked controversy on social media after she claimed former President Donald Trump has been telling people he will soon return to the presidency.

“Trump has been telling a number of people he’s in contact with that he expects he will get reinstated by August,” claimed Haberman on Twitter Tuesday, adding that she was “simply sharing the information.”

After another user questioned whether Haberman was referring to “the presidency,” she confirmed.

Though many social media users reacted to the claims with shock and concern, and questioned whether Trump was mentally sound, others accused Haberman of helping to spread the former president’s “propaganda” and “lies.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This will end up with major riots in the streets. Go long on sledge hammers for those electronic voting machines!

Jun 01 19:44

Biden Declares 'White Supremacy' Greatest Threat to America, Says Never Forget 'January 9th' Capitol 'Insurrection'

Over the weekend, heavily-armed "Black Power" activists marched through the streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma and announced they're planning to "kill everything white in sight" to cheers from a black nationalist mob.

Just days later, puppet Resident Joe Biden decided to fan the flames of anti-white hate even further by reading an inflammatory speech reimagining the Tulsa race riot of 1921 as some sort of American-led holocaust of blacks complete with concentration camps.

Jun 01 09:04

“I Sniffed a Girl and I Liked It” – Joe Biden Parody

It is absolutely sickening that we have a president who has sexually assaulted little children on television many times. This video includes some clips I had not previously seen. How can anyone support this?

Jun 01 08:47

U.S. regrets U.N. move to launch Gaza probe

The United States said on Thursday that it deeply regretted a decision by the U.N. Human Rights Council to launch an international investigation into crimes that may have been committed in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.

"The action today instead threatens to imperil the progress that has been made," said the statement issued by the U.S. mission to the U.N. in Geneva.

The United States, which has observer status and no vote at the Geneva forum, did not speak in the all-day special session which adopted a resolution brought by the Organisation for Islamic Cooperation and the Palestinian delegation to the U.N.

Jun 01 08:30

Biden Admin Invents A Brand New Fast Track For Migrants

The Biden administration on Friday stated that families arriving at the U.S. border with Mexico would have their court proceedings fast-tracked, fewer than two weeks after it announced it was lifting pandemic limitations on asylum.

Under the initiative, immigration courts in 10 cities will generally issue decisions within 300 days of arrival.

Jun 01 08:30

France says allegations of US espionage on European leaders are ‘extremely serious’ & may have ‘consequences’

Reports that the US National Intelligence Agency, aided by Denmark, spied on top European politicians including Angela Merkel are “extremely serious” if true, the French secretary of state for European affairs has said.

“It is extremely serious, we must verify if our EU partners, Danes, have committed errors or mistakes in their cooperation with the American services… And then on the American side, see if indeed there was listening, spying on politicians,” Clement Beaune said in an interview with the France Info radio network.

Jun 01 08:28

I'm Ashamed of My President | Linda Sarsour

Jun 01 07:31

Biden's Woke Economy Plan Slapped Down By Courts

A federal appeals court slammed racist provisions in President Joe Biden’s partisan $1.9 trillion COVID-19 spending package that designated billions of priority financial aid to restaurants, in large, owned by minorities.

The president’s bill passed with all but one House Democrat voting in favour.

White House spokesperson Jen Psaki said the president will sign the bill into law on Friday.

Jun 01 07:28

Biden to announce new steps to close racial wealth gap while marking 100th anniversary of Tulsa Race Massacre

President Joe Biden will visit Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Tuesday to mark the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre and announce new actions his administration will take to reduce the racial wealth gap as he commemorates one of the worst acts of racial violence in US history.

The President will deliver remarks to memorialize the hundreds of Black Americans who were killed by a White mob that had attacked their neighborhood and burned dozens of city blocks to the ground. He will meet with surviving members of the community, tour the Greenwood Cultural Center and outline his administration's efforts to combat racial inequality in the nation.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sounds a lot like "take money from the white people and give it to the black people", i.e. communism (not to mention buying the black vote).

Jun 01 06:07

Blinken on Used-Car-Sales Trip to Mideast

If ever American foreign policy looked like a tacky brochure from a dodgy car dealer, then U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken delivered on the image with his trip to the Middle East this week.

Washington’s top diplomat flew to the region to flog the “two-state solution” for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, asserting that it was the only way to find peace. This was after nearly two weeks of an Israeli blitzkrieg on the Gaza Strip, the coastal enclave where two million Palestinians subsist in chronic poverty. Blinken said the purpose of his trip was to shore up a ceasefire and to jump-start a long-defunct peace process predicated on a two-state solution.

May 31 06:35

GOP Is Coming Up With A Strategy To Fight Biden's HUGE 2022 Budget

Republicans are preparing to combat President Joe Biden’s huge $6 trillion federal budget proposal, featuring a proposed $1.8 trillion deficit.

They claim Biden’s bill will leave the country hurt by higher taxes, debt, and inflation rather than “building back better," as the president himself explains his economic agenda.

May 31 05:52

Denmark helped NSA spy on Merkel & other European leaders, new reports reveal, as Snowden says Biden was ‘deeply involved’

The US National Intelligence Agency received support from Denmark in spying on European politicians, according to a new joint media report, something President Joe Biden is well-informed to answer for, says Edward Snowden.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Frank Walter-Steinmeier are among those who were spied on by the NSA with the cooperation and help of the Danish Defense Intelligence Service (FE), according to the European media investigation.

The US spying on not only its own citizens, but also leaders in foreign countries is an accusation that came to light in 2013, mostly thanks to documents leaked by former NSA contractor-turned-whistleblower – though he remains a fugitive in the US – Edward Snowden. Snowden’s leaks specifically revealed Merkel’s private cell phone had been monitored by US authorities.

May 30 06:41


Our fake President Joe Biden, gave a mumbling speech the other day about his plan to raise taxes on the middle class. Of course he framed it as making the rich corporations “pay their fair share”. He mumbled through his speech and repeated his catch phrase “look” about a dozen times as if his “record player” were skipping. Biden repeats what he is told and follows his script that has been programed just like a Westworld “host”. But Biden went off script and made leering comments to a little girl, saying with her legs crossed she looked like she was nineteen.

Awkward? Yes. Disturbing? Very much so.

Yet the lap dog press cackles like Kamala and shrugs these sexual comments off.

May 30 06:24

How Much Is Biden's Family Ties To China Affecting Administration's Decisions?

Former chief assistant U.S. Attorney and Fox News donor Andrew McCarthy responded Thursday to reports Vice President Joe Biden met with his son’s Russian and Ukrainian business colleagues saying, "Hunter Biden’s business is access."

During an exhibition on "The Story", McCarthy slammed the president’s son and ex-business partner Devon Archer, who was sentenced in a federal scam case in the Southern District of New York.

"These guys were not in business to produce value. They were in business because they were related to or had close relationships to high-ranking people in the United States government and they provided access," said McCarthy. So I think people ought to be very concerned about this," he continued.

May 30 06:24

Biden Still Blaming Trump For Things That Are Happening Now, Under His Watch

The White House on Friday took what seemed to be a very concealed attack at former President Trump, accusing a surge in anti-Asian violence and prejudice on a speech from "certain political leaders" -- as it announced an action to fight the spike in violence.

"The COVID-19 pandemic, and the xenophobic rhetoric used by certain political leaders during this crisis, have led to a tragic spike in acts of anti-Asian bias, violence, and xenophobia," the White House said in a fact sheet.

While it did not cite Trump by name, Democrats, including President Biden, slammed Trump last year for regularly leading to COVID-19 as the "China virus" or "Chinese virus" because it started in Wuhan, China.

May 30 06:18

Taibbi: So Much For "Transformational" Joe Biden

Joe Biden is cruising, in a happy-place few politicians reach. Outside of a few grumpy right-wing outlets he faces almost no hostile press questioning, political threats within his own party are minimal, and his approval rating, if one believes the latest Harvard CAPS/Harris poll, hovers at an astonishing 64%.

Biden has the press paper-trained to a degree we haven’t seen in modern times. Not even at the height of the media’s drooling love affair with Barack Obama — a phenomenon I confess I was part of — did we ever see such enthusiastic, reflexive backing of White House messaging. The Biden press even reverses course on a dime when needed, with the past weeks being a supreme example.

May 28 11:19

6th Circuit slaps down Biden…

Yesterday evening, a divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit granted a temporary injunction barring the Small Business Administration from prioritizing applications for COVID-19 relief funding based upon the race or sex of the business owner applying for the relief. Judge Amul Thapar wrote for the court, joined by Senior Judge Alan Norris. Judge Bernice Donald dissented.

Judge Thapar’s opinion in Vitolo v. Guzman begins with a simple and straightforward description of the case and holding: “This case is about whether the government can allocate limited coronavirus relief funds based on the race and sex of the applicants. We hold that it cannot.”

May 28 05:40

Biden Won’t Extend Trump Waiver for US Oil Company in Northeast Syria

According to a report from The Associated Press, the Biden administration has decided it will not renew a Trump-era waiver that allowed a US oil company to do business in northeast Syria, where the US has troops deployed.

In 2019, President Trump reversed his decision to pull out of Syria to “keep the oil.” Last year, the US company Delta Crescent Energy inked a deal with the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) to exploit the oil resources of northeast Syria.

Delta Crescent Energy was issued a waiver to do business in Syria by the Trump Administration in April 2020. An unnamed US official told AP that the Biden administration will not extend the waiver because the White House wants to distance itself from the idea that the US is in Syria only for the oil.

May 28 05:40

Biden’s Top Asia Official Says US Engagement With China Is Over

The White House’s top official for Asia said on Wednesday that the era of US engagement with China is over, and now, the two countries’ relationship will be defined by competition.

“The period that was broadly described as engagement has come to an end,” said Kurt Campbell, the head of Indo-Pacific affairs on the National Security Council. Speaking at an event hosted by Stanford University, Campbell said US policy towards China will now follow a “new set of strategic parameters” and that “the dominant paradigm is going to be competition.”

Campbell blamed the shift in policy on Chinese President Xi Jinping and said Beijing is shifting its policies to “harsh power, or hard power.” Campbell said the best way to confront China is “to work with allies, partners, and friends.”

May 28 05:38

Foreign Ministry spokesman: US, UK spin Vienna talks on JCPOA to appease Israeli regime

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh says Washington and London spin the goals of the ongoing Vienna talks to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal in order to appease the Israeli regime, which is the sworn enemy of the agreement.

“To appease the sworn enemy of JCPOA, UK/US FMs spin goals of #ViennaTalks. Disappointing!” Khatibzadeh wrote in a tweet on Thursday, referring to the nuclear deal by its official acronym.

The Joint Comprehensive Action (JCPOA) was signed in July 2015 between Iran and six world powers, including the US, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China. It was abandoned in May 2018 by the former administration in the US, in a move strongly supported by the Tel Aviv regime.

The Vienna talks, which began in early April, are aimed at bringing the US back into the deal, under a new administration that has promised to rejoin the deal and repeal Washington’s hostile “maximum pressure” policy against Tehran.

May 27 16:21

Joe Biden's Press Secretary Allegedly Worked For Israeli Spy Firm

A Tuesday report from The Electronic Intifada claims that Joe Biden's press secretary, Jen Psaki, worked for an Israeli spy firm.

The outlet claims that Pskai worked for AnyVision, an Israeli spy firm that allegedly conducted surveillance on Palestinians under Israeli occupation.

The publication pointed to financial documents that purportedly show that Psaki earned at least $5,000 from the company in the role of a "crisis communications consultant."

According to The Electronic Intifada, Pasaki worked for the firm sometime after she left Barack Obama's administration in 2017 and before she joined Biden's White House.

AnyVision Was Allegedly Providing Facial Recognition Technology To Israel
As reported by Haaretz, AnyVision aided the Israeli army in the West Bank by providing it with facial recognition technology to monitor checkpoints that thousands of Palestinians passed through daily.

May 27 07:31

Biden Panics After CNN Reveals He Canceled COVID Origins Investigation, Orders 90-Day Report From US Intel Agencies

Update (1522ET): Less than 24 hours after CNN threw Biden under the bus for canceling a State Department effort launched under Trump to get to the bottom of the origins of COVID-19, the Biden administration has backpedaled - and has ordered the US intelligence community to conduct a 90-day investigation into how the pandemic began.

In a statement via the White House website, the Biden administration claims that officials have been pursuing various possibilities - including "whether it emerged from human contact with an infected animal or from a laboratory accident," it's clear that the administration is in full damage control mode.

"I have now asked the Intelligence Community to redouble their efforts to collect and analyze information that could bring us closer to a definitive conclusion, and to report back to me in 90 days," said Biden in the announcement.

May 27 06:11

A New Drift Between Biden And Harris has Begun

President Biden was "torn" about taking Vice President Harris as his running mate after calling her attack on him throughout a 2019 presidential debate as "f---ing bull---," according to a new book on insider Democratic politics.

Biden was split between Harris and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, according to "Battle for the Soul: Inside the Democrats' Campaigns to Defeat Trump" by Edward-Isaac Dovere, which was published Tuesday.

Biden particularly connected with Whitmer because they both had family members who died of the same kind of cancer.

"Two days before Biden announced Harris, he called [House Majority Whip Jim] Clyburn," Dovere wrote. "A decision that he originally said would be made the first week in August had drifted already well into the second week. He knew, he knew, Biden told Clyburn, and though he was almost there, he was struggling. ‘I’m torn,’ he said, ‘between my head and my heart.’"

May 27 05:41

The China Issue And What Biden Isn't Going To Do About It:

The House of Representatives proposed a bipartisan legislation Wednesday that asks President Joe Biden to think of a new strategy to address potential genocide of Uyghurs in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) of China, Axios reported.

The bill, HR 3306, was introduced by Rep. Vicky Hartzler, R-Mo., and co-sponsored by Rep. Thomas Suozzi, D-N.Y., and now goes to the Foreign Affairs and Judiciary committees for thought, according to the congress.gov website.

Amid concerns about a quickly aging population, the government has begun promoting Chinese women to have more children, after abandoning its previous "one-child" policy. But authorities in Xinjiang have executed extremely restrictive new birth policies on Muslim ethnic minorities.

The text of the introduced bill was not open on the site.

May 26 10:32

The U.S. Must Stop Being an Apologist for the Netanyahu Government

“Israel has the right to defend itself.”

These are the words we hear from both Democratic and Republican administrations whenever the government of Israel, with its enormous military power, responds to rocket attacks from Gaza.

Let’s be clear. No one is arguing that Israel, or any government, does not have the right to self-defense or to protect its people. So why are these words repeated year after year, war after war? And why is the question almost never asked: “What are the rights of the Palestinian people?”

And why do we seem to take notice of the violence in Israel and Palestine only when rockets are falling on Israel?

In this moment of crisis, the United States should be urging an immediate cease-fire. We should also understand that, while Hamas firing rockets into Israeli communities is absolutely unacceptable, today’s conflict did not begin with those rockets.

May 26 08:17

Joe Biden ‘cognitively gone’ amid meeting with Floyd family

May 24 08:39


Joe Biden has agreed to arm Israel to the teeth and replenish their Iron Dome missile supply as "Israel has the right to defend itself" but indicated the people of Gaza will only get US aid if they give up their right to defend themselves and accept being conquered.

"The United States fully supports Israel's right to defend itself against indiscriminate rocket attacks from Hamas and other Gaza-based terrorist groups that have taken the lives of innocent civilians in Israel," Biden said in a speech from the White House on Thursday.

"The Prime Minister also shared with me his appreciation for the Iron Dome system, which our nations developed together and which has saved the lives of countless Israeli citizens, both Arab and Jew," he continued. "I assured him of my full support to replenish Israel's Iron Dome system to ensure its defenses and security in the future."

May 24 08:26

Biden Says There’s Been ‘No Shift’ in His Commitment to Israel

President Biden offered a forceful defense of the state of Israel on Friday on the heels of Israel’s brutal 11-day bombing campaign in Gaza that killed over 200 Palestinians, including over 60 children.

Some progressive Democrats are calling for the US to cut off arms sales or leverage military aid to Israel due to its treatment of Palestinians. But Biden insisted his view has not changed. “There is no shift in my commitment to the security of Israel. Period. No shift, not at all,” he said at a press conference with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

Biden also said that a two-state solution is the “only answer” to the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. “We still need a two-state solution. It is the only answer. The only answer,” he said.

May 24 06:47

Jen Psaki says Biden ‘obviously’ believes ‘a number of officers’ lost their lives on Jan. 6 – real number is zero

White House press secretary Jen Psaki seemed to admit late last week that, contrary to what actually happened, as far as President Joe Biden is concerned a “number” of U.S. Capitol Police officers died on the day of the Jan. 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A President THAT out of touch? That'll keep me awake at night!

May 24 06:31

Biden Immigration Policy in First 100 Days 'Disaster', Ex-Border Protection Official Says

President Joe Biden's lax immigration policy in his first 100 days in office has caused a disaster on the southern border and there appears to be no solid plan to deter the influx of migrants illegally crossing into the United States, former Customs and Border Protection (CBP) sector chief Victor Manjarrez told Sputnik.

Last month, CPB data revealed that US border apprehensions soared by more than 70 percent in March. The 172,331 migrant encounters recorded represents the highest monthly total in more than two decades, with the Biden administration on pace to top the previous annual record set in 2019 of over 977,000 apprehensions. The US president and other administration officials have said the surge is seasonal.

"I would characterize the president’s performance on immigration as a disaster," Manjarrez said. "The Biden administration does not have a plan that has been unveiled, they have simply torn down existing policies of the previous administration."

May 24 06:14

'It would be "racist" if this was a Republican': Kamala Harris is condemned for wiping her hand on her trousers after shaking it with South Korean president

Kamala Harris was condemned for wiping her hand on her trousers immediately after a handshake with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

The Vice President met with Moon Jae-in on Friday as part of Joe Biden's second in-person session with a foreign leader since coming to office, because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Footage that has since gone viral on Twitter shows Democrat Harris appearing to immediately wipe down her hand after the pair ended their joint press conference.

May 24 06:07

Notre Dame cancels Biden! Catholic school will NOT give honorary degree traditionally handed to presidents amid outrage over his pro-choice views

Joe Biden will skip a commencement ceremony traditionally attended by presidents amid a row over his pro-abortion views at the Catholic university.

Biden's administration will be the first since Bill Clinton's to skip the University of Notre Dame's commencement ceremony, after more than 4,000 students and alumni signed a petition urging school officials not to invite the president over his pro-choice view on abortion.

A White House official told the Catholic News Agency on May 11 that the president was invited to give a commencement speech and receive an honorary degree from the school but would not attend due to a scheduling conflict.

May 24 06:03

Blinken reaffirms two-state support ahead of Mideast tour

Top U.S. diplomat says Gaza ceasefire could help pivot from violence to 'something more positive,' adding that 'grave' humanitarian situation in the Palestinian enclave must be addressed first and reassuring Washington will work to not allow aid to fall into terrorist groups' hands