The importance of engagement and negotiation seem all but forgotten in the rush to condemn Trump over his attempts to repair the United States’ relationship with Russia. Instead of praising Trump for his efforts to strengthen the relationship, the traditional media attacks everything President Trump does in an attempt to deflect attention away from the […]

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Trump, the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, and Media Lies

by Mitch Feierstein about 9 months 2 days ago

What do Presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush and Barak Obama have in common? They all promised to enact the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995, yet none of them ever did. On November 8, 1995, US President Bill Clinton signed the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995 into public law. This Act recognized Jerusalem as the capital […]

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Democratic tyranny and attack on democracy

by Mitch Feierstein about 9 months 1 week ago

On 20 April, in the latest abuse of process, the Democratic National Committee, via Michael Eisenkraft at Cohen Milstein Sellers, filed a frivolous lawsuit against the Russian government, Donald Trump, his entire campaign, the WikiLeaks organisation, Julian Assange and many others in regards to some alleged, tinfoil-hat conspiracy theory that the Russian government, Putin himself […]

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EU’s future plunges into uncertainty after Italian elections

by Mitch Feierstein about 9 months 2 weeks ago

Italy’s recent election was not that much of a shocker for Italians who have endured over 16 years of zero economic growth and youth unemployment around 27% or more, without much hope in sight. In fact, Italy’s underlying economic and employment problems are the same now as they were 16 years ago—too much debt and […]

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Sex Scandals Expose Democrats’ Blatant Hypocrisy

by Mitch Feierstein about 1 year 2 months ago

The United States Congress is a rigged swamp In a place where pay-to-play with impunity has become the norm, US Senators protect their own. In fact, the last time a US Senator was expelled was 1862. US Senator Jesse D. Bright, a Democrat from Indiana was expelled. The charge: supporting the Confederate rebellion. So why wouldn’t […]

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Neither Michelle Obama, Barack Hussein Obama, or Hillary Clinton will go away. Why does the media keep giving them a platform and allow them to continue to encourage and enable division in America? The former First Lady’s latest attention-grabbing stunt was to dismiss the entire GOP as entirely male and white. Needless to say the […]

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In the same week that Goldman Sachs predicted Tesla stock to drop by nearly 50%, Elon Musk has promised to Power Puerto Rico. It’s very clear even to neophyte investors that Tesla’s stock is in bubble territory somewhere outside the stratosphere. Goldman cites massive cash burn, “production issues” with hundred kilowatt-hour battery packs — another […]

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Tim Kaine Repeats Clinton’s Lie

by Mitch Feierstein about 1 year 4 months ago

Tim Kaine may no longer be Hillary Clinton’s running mate, but he can’t seem to help repeating his former boss’s lies. On Monday the Virginia senator asserted in an interview with the Washington Post that Las Vegas shoot Stephen Paddock only stopped shooting because he lacked a “silencer”. “He only was stopped finally because he […]

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Letter to President Trump: Audit and shutter the Federal Reserve!

by Mitch Feierstein about 1 year 4 months ago

The Federal Reserve is not part of the federal government and it is not a bank. The Federal Reserve Board is referred to as The Board of Governors and is located in the Marriner Eccles building in Washington DC. Seven governors are appointed for 14-year terms with the chairman and vice-chairman being appointed to serve […]

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Systemic banking fraud means next crisis will be worse

by Mitch Feierstein about 1 year 4 months ago

Henry Paulson. Hank. Remember him? Of the crisis in 2008, he said: “Where I come from, if someone takes a risk and they’re going to make the profit from that risk, they shouldn’t have the taxpayer pay for the losses.” Quite the wisdom one expects from the 74th U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. Yet, as […]

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