Over the weekend, leading Democrats reiterated their declaration that Russian interference in the 2016 US election was an “act of war.”
Both Trump and the Democrats signaled their readiness to collaborate in devising new means to slash health care benefits.
Moore months ago enthusiastically adopted the reactionary and diversionary anti-Russian campaign as his own.
The Senate Judiciary Committee held four days of hearings on Trump’s right-wing nominee to fill Antonin Scalia’s seat on the Supreme Court, restoring the 5-4 arch-conservative majority.
Lt. Gen. Jack Weinstein, who oversees the US nuclear stockpile, told the New York Times, “You need to have the will to use” nuclear weapons.
The current campaign being waged against Open Casket, white artist Dana Schutz’s painting of murdered black youth Emmett Till, on racialist grounds is thoroughly reactionary.
Pentagon emails released under the Freedom of Information Act have confirmed earlier reports in the Huffington Post.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes told the press that he had learned of intercepts of communications by US intelligence involving Trump transition team members.
The Times is the media spearhead of the campaign by the Democratic Party and the military-intelligence apparatus to whip up a war frenzy against Russia.
As federal housing aid comes under the axe, poor and working Americans continue to contend with stagnant wages, climbing utility bills and substandard housing.
The political art of Jackson, which so inspires the Trump administration, consisted of his ability to obscure powerful contradictions behind a veil of nationalism and populist demagogy.
The real target of Monday’s House Intelligence Committee hearing was Russia, not the Trump administration.