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Henry Kissinger’s Century

As national security adviser and secretary of state, he combined grand strategy with indefatigable ‘shuttle diplomacy’ and an ability to read his foreign counterparts.

How to Avoid Being Boring at 60

When I recently turned 60, I realized with alarm that I was starting to see unmistakable signs from friends and colleagues that I was becoming—there’s no easy way to put this—boring.

Pandemics as a Catalyst for a New World Order

The power of the United Nations must be exposed and curtailed.

Globalists seeking to advance their agendas are using the model of the European Union, whereby rules and regulations stymie national sovereignty, to build a worldwide system of control.

The Great Booster Bust

Americans can read between the lines and are showing their distrust even if they aren’t outright saying it out loud. What additional proof do they need when even pliant, follow-the-leader celebrities and politicians seem to be ignoring CDC, FDA, and White House recommendations for influenza and Covid-19 “vaccines?”

Inside the UN Plan to Control Speech Online

A powerful United Nations agency has unveiled a plan to regulate social media and online communication while cracking down on what it describes as “false information” and “conspiracy theories,” sparking alarm among free-speech advocates and top U.S. lawmakers.

Super-rich US Marxists funding pro-Palestinian rage

WE should never forget that golden rule – follow the money – something most of the mainstream media here have singularly failed to do in the case of the pro-Palestinian protests that have swept the world and taken over our streets.

US Army begs the vaccine refusenik soldiers it fired to come back

‘It’s dark days for the Army, Navy and Air Force’. They have tried almost everything to bring in new people. ‘They’ve relaxed enlistment standards, set up remedial schools for recruits who can’t pass entry tests, and offered signing bonuses worth up to $75,000.’ Yet, despite all these efforts, the three services together have fallen short by more than 25,000 recruits this year.