Trump’s Attack On Yovanovitch – An Attack On Strong, Independent Women

Former Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch raising right hand to swear to provide, under oath, truthful testimony in the Impeachment Inquiry hearings open session in the U.S. Capitol.

  by Tony Wyman   If it is possible for a man to more thoroughly demonstrate contempt for accomplished and independent women than the tweet sent from Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz the day former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch testified before Congress about President Trump’s misconduct in Ukraine, I am not sure how. I mean, of course, other than bragging about being such a “star” you “can do anything,” you can even “grab them by the pussy.“ About the graduate of Princeton, Moscow’s Pushkin Institute, and the National Defense University’s National…

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The Man Box: How an Obese, Draft Dodging, Misogynist Became the Masculine Role Model For Men

by Tony Wyman There is a young man I know named Jack who lives in a small town in Ohio. He’s the longtime boyfriend of one of my favorite kids, Morgan, a tiny, perpetually-tanned, explosion of smiles and energy who seems to be one of the happiest people on the planet.  And Jack is a large reason why. Beyond the fact that he’s movie star good-looking, Jack is pretty much everything a young women should look for in a man.  He’s considerate, gentlemanly, protective without being overbearing or controlling, and,…

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Tucker Carlson 2024: How What Follows Trump Becomes Much Worse

by Tony Wyman After two years and almost 10 months of watching Donald Trump humiliate the United States, make a mockery of our institutions and traditions, and treat the rule of law like he treats his porn star girlfriends, you might think this White House is as bad as it can get. Unfortunately, you’d be wrong. Let’s be honest about Mr. Trump for a bit, shall we?  For all of his braggadocio, his claims of being the richest, the toughest, the best dealmaker, the smartest and wisest man of all…

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Countering Russia’s ‘Ideologies For Export’ Propaganda And Disinformation War

photo of Russian Cargo Freighter, the Alead

by Kseniya Kirillova    Ideologies For Export Western countries have been battling Russian propaganda and disinformation campaigns for years. As Russian “information operations” spread around the world, more and more initiatives are being created to expose the lies and distortions emanating from the Kremlin: projects to expose fake news, analytical centers that review and monitor disinformation campaigns, and many private initiatives to observe Russian media. However, experts increasingly acknowledge that despite all these efforts, Kremlin propaganda remains a very effective tool of information warfare – much more effective than its…

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America’s Betrayal Of The Kurds Will Cost Trump The White House

by Tony Wyman On Saturday, south of the town of Tel Abyad, a city once held by ISIS terrorists until Kurd fighters of the YPG and Free Syrian Army liberated it in June 2015, militiamen loyal to Turkey’s strongman Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, dragged Hevrin Kalaf, the Secretary-General of the Future Syria Party, a pro-Kurdish political force founded in 2018 with American support, from her car and executed her, along with her driver, leaving her body to rot on the side of the road. “Here lies the body of pigs,” said…

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Trump’s Paramilitary Militia Eager for a Second Civil War

by Tony Wyman In April 2016, months before the American people elected Donald Trump president of the United States, Brandon Smith, author and member of Oath Keepers, a far-right paramilitary group made up largely of past and present U.S. soldiers and law enforcement officers, made this comment in an article he posted here. I have said it before and I’ll say it again, if Hillary Clinton is chosen by the establishment to take Obama’s place, the result would probably be outright civil war in the U.S. The level of hatred…

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Charity:Water – How Scott Harrison Gave Up Wealth, Drugs, Booze and Porn to Give Millions Clean Water

by Tony Wyman Thousands have lived without love, not one without water – W.H. Auden, poet Despite living a life that most young men would kill for, Scott Harrison didn’t think much of himself at 28 years of age.  In fact, this young man who grew up in a Christian family in Pennsylvania, concluded that, after 10 years of being a highly-successful, highly-paid nightclub promoter, he was the worst person he knew. “I learned, if you were interested in rebelling in style,” he said to an audience at Creative Mornings,…

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Protests in Moscow: It’s No Longer Just a Game

by Kseniya Kirillova The recent protests in Moscow showed two trends that are quite new for modern Russia: first, the extreme brutality of the security forces during the dispersal of rallies, and second, the unprecedented resilience of Muscovites, who are heroically coming out to take part in clearly unauthorized actions where they knowingly face the possibility of state violence and arrests. The last frontier Of course, the behavior of the protesters themselves is understandable. Russian authorities badly miscalculated that blocking independent candidates from taking part in the Moscow City Duma…

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Tobin Smith’s “Foxocracy” Is An Explosive Must Read Before The 2020 Election

Tobin Smith, former Fox News financial analyst and author of upcoming book, "Foxocracy - Fox News' Network's Playbook of Tribal Warfare".

by Tony Wyman Author’s note: As a frequent political commentator, I’ve read dozens of articles professing to expose for readers the true secrets of the Fox News behemoth.  While many were interesting and informative, none captured the true picture of how frighteningly powerful Fox News has become and what a threat to American democracy the network is like “Foxocracy” does.  Tobin Smith’s book, the first I’ve read that pulls back all the blinds hiding the true nature of Fox News, should be on the bedside of every American voter and…

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Fake Info About Ukrainian Saboteurs in 2016 Crimea Might Have Been What Sparked Russian Invasion of Ukraine

by Kseniya Kirillova The reason for Russia’s accusations was a shootout that occurred near Armiansk (northern Crimea) on the night of August 6-7, 2016. The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) announced that it had thwarted several attempts by a terrorist group to commit sabotage and break through to Crimea from Ukrainian territory, leading to the deaths of a Russian serviceman and an FSB officer. According to the FSB, the sabotage group had been “trained and prepared by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine”. Russian security…

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