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Hawks Resurgent in Washington

By Philip M. GIRALDI | Strategic Culture Foundation | 22.03.2018

One of the most discouraging aspects of the musical chairs being played among the members of the White House inner circle is that every change reflects an inexorable move to the right in foreign policy, which means that the interventionists are back without anyone at the White House level remaining to say “no.” President Donald Trump, for all his international experience as a businessman, is a novice at the step-by-step process required in diplomacy and in the development of a coherent foreign policy, so he is inevitably being directed by individuals who have long American global leadership by force if necessary.

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Mattis tells Saudi Crown Prince: urgent need to find end to Yemen’s war

ARAB NEWS | Published — Thursday 22 March 2018


Photo showing Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and Defense Secretary James Mattis at the Pentagon. (SPA) 197 more words


Trump's lead Russia probe lawyer resigns

Eli Ridder | The Avro Post

United States President Donald Trump’s lead lawyer in the Russia investigation, John Dowd, has resigned from his post due to the president continually ignoring his advice, according to reports from… 47 more words

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Toys R Us Delays Liquidation Sales Until at Least Friday

Consumers are going to have to wait a little longer to shop the Toys “R” Us liquidation sales.

The company had said it expected the sales to start Thursday. 322 more words


Emma Gonzalez, Parkland school student, is a professional actress

Now Casting is an actor services company at 2210 W. Olive Avenue in Burbank, California, which began in 1997 as LA Actors Online, founded by an actor/writer/director named… 565 more words


Advocates of Restorative Justice: School Discipline is Racist

The Washington Times reports that U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration is being accused of racism for targeting a directive from President Barack Obama’s era compelling schools to ease up on discipline for minority students — even though the policy has made life more difficult for kids, including minorities, stuck in increasingly unruly classrooms. 486 more words

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