Following outrage and controversy last year over the Obama administration’s unprecedented decision to invite Russian troops for terror drills on U.S. soil, the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is now under fire for signing more agreements to “cooperate” with Vladimir Putin’s Russian “Emergencies Ministry” (EMERCOM) in wide array of fields.
Egypt's street protests — loosely based upon an online petition called the Tamarrud (loosely translated as “Rebellion”) — and the looming military threat of a coup against the freely elected government of Mohammad Morsi may have both had their origins in actions of the U.S. government.
Despite promising to protect the innocent from drone strikes, President Obama recently approved an attack that killed a 10-year-old boy.
In its annual report on global human trafficking, the State Department has downgraded two nations — China and Russia — for continued dismal records on the issue.
As Egyptians prepare for massive protests against the U.S. government-backed Muslim Brotherhood regime of Mohamed Morsi, the Obama administration is set to deploy hundreds of American troops to Egypt. While some analysts have argued that U.S. forces will be used to continue propping up “Islamofascists” in the Middle East, authorities from both countries claim the soldiers are merely being sent as part of a nine-month international “peacekeeping” scheme.
Lawmakers have now introduced bills in both houses of Congress aimed at restraining President Obama and his lawless intervention in Syria on behalf of jihadist rebels, many of whom are openly fighting under the banner of al-Qaeda while massacring Christians and other minorities. If the legislation becomes law, it would make any military action — including the ongoing provision of weapons and training to opposition forces by the administration — contingent on congressional approval.
Former Weather Underground terrorist and Obama pal Bill Ayers said President Obama should be tried for war crimes for his drone-strike program.
Obama administration officials said on June 18 that representatives will begin formal talks with the Taliban “within a few days" at a new office in Doha, Qatar. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak on the record, told the Associated Press that they viewed the Taliban’s opening of the office as a stepping stone to the fundamentalist Islamic movement’s repudiation of al-Qaeda.
The proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a sovereignty-destroying Mega-NAFTA that would merge the economies and political systems of Europe and the United States, under the guise of promoting trade.