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Daniel McAdams

If Trump Doesn’t Veto Sanctions Bill, ‘He’s Given Up on His Presidency’

President Trump is either uninterested in pursuing the policies he outlined on the campaign trail when it comes to Russia or he is so cornered on the new Russia sanctions bill that he knows he can't win and is afraid to take the political risk of a veto. Whatever the case, on foreign policy his campaign of an end to US regime change and nation-building overseas is now dead and buried. His own party, which controls both houses of Congress, is an accessory to the crime, as the new Russia sanctions bill ties the hands of their own president and forces him to beg Congress for permission to lift sanctions in the future. I am interviewed on RT on the implications of the new sanctions bill passed overwhelmingly today in the US House...
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White House Blames Iranian Victims for ISIS Attack

It is particularly bloody to use an official statement of sympathy over a terrorist attack as a vehicle to promote war against the victim country, but that is exactly what the Trump White House did today after dual attacks in Iran left at least a dozen civilians dead.
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Taking Peace And Prosperity to Washington, DC!

Last year we "brought the show on the road" to Washington, D.C., with our "Peace and Prosperity 2016" conference. We sold out the venue, had a great time with terrific speakers, and even had CSPAN broadcast the event to an audience of potentially millions of viewers. What a great way to get our message out that a non-interventionist foreign policy will bring us more security and more prosperity
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Manchester Bomber Was Product of West's Libya/Syria Intervention

Here's what the media and politicians don't want you to know about the Manchester, UK, suicide attack: Salman Abedi, the 22 year old who killed nearly two dozen concert-goers in Manchester, UK, was the product of the US and UK overthrow of Gaddafi in Libya and "regime change" policy in Syria. He was a radicalized Libyan whose family fled Gaddafi's secular Libya, and later he trained to be an armed "rebel" in Syria, fighting for the US and UK "regime change" policy toward the secular Assad government.
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Why Washington Took al-Qaeda in Syria off the Terrorist List

It might come as a surprise to many Americans that their government does not classify al-Qaeda in Syria as a terrorist organization. The reason it refuses to make the determination would shock them even more. 

The Syrian franchise of the organization involved in the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington has long gone by the name Jabhat al-Nusra (Nusra Front), and was sent into Syria by the head of al-Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Baghdadi went on to launch the rival breakaway group ISIS, while Nusra maintained its status as al-Qaeda's boots on the ground in the war against the Syrian government.
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NATO's Biggest Challenge -- Make 'Frightened' Europe Pay Up!

The Baltic countries, and some of their Scandinavian neighbors, are mortally terrified of Russia. Or so they would have us believe. They clamored to join NATO as soon as the Soviet Union collapsed and are currently among the most shrill anti-Russian voices outside of Hillary campaign hangers-on and their newfound neocon allies. Just this week, the Lithuanian president begged Washington to permanently station troops on its soil to "not only deter but to defend" against the great Russian "threat" across their border.
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New IHS Jane's Study: Overthrow Assad and ISIS Comes Out on Top

President Trump's about-face on Syria has left many of his supporters reeling. Repeatedly on the campaign trail -- and over the past several years -- he has mocked President Obama's decision to get involved in a "regime change" project in Syria. He correctly warned Obama back in 2013 that if you attack Syria, "very bad things will happen." In his first several weeks in office the president has gone from praising Syrian President Assad for his fight against ISIS and al-Qaeda, to agreeing that "Assad can stay," to suddenly resurrecting the Obama mantra of "Assad must go!" All in a matter of two weeks!
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