Ivan Simonovis, who served for years as police chief and law enforcement agencies official in Venezuela, has been political prisoner for more than 14 years, as he was accused by the Chavez regime and corrupted jurisdictional system (basically, the Supreme Court of Justice chaired by Maikel Moreno) not to be “loyal” to the bolivarian “revolution”. Now he serves as special
The Kurds’ Commander in Chief explains why his forces are finally ready to partner with Assad and Putin. By Mazloum Abdi. The world first heard of us, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), amid the chaos of our country’s civil war. I serve as our commander in chief. The SDF has 70,000 soldiers who have fought against jihadi extremism, ethnic hatred,
United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) Chairman Senator Joseph I. Lieberman and CEO Ambassador Mark D. Wallace released the following statement today after it was announced which eight countries (China, India, Italy, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Turkey) would be receiving temporary oil sanctions waivers in Iran: The civil nuclear cooperation waivers under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)
To Make America Great Again: Lincoln and Reagan Standing as Shining Examples for President Trump and American People to Follow Speech by Jinali Yang at the Republican Lincoln/Reagan Dinner, Skagit County, State of Washington, USA Thank you Jacquelin for your kind introduction. What an honor to be in the company of you and Mr. Davidson speaking at this Lincoln/Reagan Dinner.
On 30 January 2017, US Attorney General Sally Yates was sacked by President Donald Trump. In a statement by the White House, Mrs Yates was accused of betraying the Department of Justice following her decision not to enforce an Executive Order on immigration signed off by President Trump. Mrs Yates had been appointed Deputy Attorney General by President Obama two years
Under President Obama’s Presidency, I remember very well how Marco Pannella was strongly criticizing and condemning the use of drones for “eliminating” targets outside war zones. He immediately saw the risk of abuses when using these machines guided by humans and the big issue of responsibility and accountability. When I read this article in the Economist, published on 16th March,