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America, a communist country?

Just days after leaked emails threatened to deteriorate the Democratic party’s convention kickoff experts are debating whether or not the concentrated attack was by the Russians in a vague attempt to boost Donald Trumps chances of getting into office. 119 more words



Apart from the furor over the WikiLeaks release of hacked Democratic National Committee emails is a much bigger, more troubling, question: Exactly why were the Russians doing covert electronic snooping against the American liberal party, anyway? 522 more words


Gradmama2011 reblogged this on SOMETIMES and commented:

Very interesting speculation here. Thanks -- Jnana!   for posting the link to Josh Marshall's TPM (Talking Points Memo.) This information and revelations do indeed plug in to the overall Trump Mystery....it's hard to believe he is just ignorant. WHY would the Russians be interested in "helping" The Donald? Hillary Clinton probably is, as you say, the last person Vladimir Putin might be stumping for in her bid for the presidency of the U.S. Do I believe in conspiracies? Of course...but as I like to say, just because I'm a conspiracy theorist doesn't mean they aren't out to get me. :-)

Post #124: Break-in: The Kremlin-Trump Connection

Richard Nixon had “The Plumbers.”  Donald Trump, it seems, has the Russians—either the FSB (Federal Security Service, formerly the KGB), the GRU (military intelligence), or some pro-Moscow outside group.  526 more words

US Foreign Policy

1953 - Battle of the Samichon River

24-26 July

The Battle of the Samichon River was fought during the final days of the Korean War between United Nations (UN) forces—primarily Australian and American—and the Chinese communist People’s Volunteer Army. 133 more words


Non-Alignment Movement

During the cold war (see my article on the cold war), amidst the high tensions between the two power blocs of N.A.T.O. (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and Warsaw pact, emerged a third side to the war. 617 more words


Berlin Part 1: Tours, Bubbles, and Memorials of Terror

We left Copenhagen headed for the city of Berlin. For 21 Euro per ticket, we were able to board a bus which would take us from Copenhagen to the city, an 8 hour journey. 2,236 more words

Redirect: "Apollo Lunar Landings Multiscreen" Video

This is pretty neat. This video depicts simultaneously the landing of all six Apollo missions that reached the lunar surface between 1969 and 1972. The compiler took all of the video from the Lunar Module and realligned them to 45 degrees to show what image that the Lumar Module Pilot saw during the the descent. 26 more words