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  • Who Got Us Into These Endless Wars?

    “Isolationists must not prevail in this new debate over foreign policy,” warns Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations. “The consequences of a lasting American retreat from the world would be dire.” To make his case against ...
  • Leaders of the World, Putinize!

    Globalists, who want to be the only elite in the world, have forced different but in some ways similar countries to unite against them. How did this happen, and why has the President of Russia become a symbol of resistance to globalization? How the ...
  • Research suggests being lazy is a sign of high intelligence

    Results of the study revealed the thinking group were far less active than the non-thinkers The potential for EEG devices lies far beyond monitoring brain activity iStock New research seems to prove the theory that brainy people spend more time lazi...
  • Brain Activity and Functional Connectivity Associated with Hypnosis

    Hypnosis has proven clinical utility, yet changes in brain activity underlying the hypnotic state have not yet been fully identified. Previous research suggests that hypnosis is associated with decreased default mode network (DMN) activity and that high h...
  • Russia, Trump and Manafort: A Test of the News

    In 1920 Walter Lippmann and Charles Merz wrote a forty-two-page supplement for the New Republic magazine called, “A Test of the News.” They scrutinized Western media coverage of the Bolshevik revolution and aftermath. They noted that various newsp...
  • War or Peace: The Essential Question Before American Voters on November 8th

    For reasons of Hillary’s past record of ill-considered adventurism abroad and for reasons of the mad advisers from the Neocon camp whom she has in her inner circle today, it could be a fatal mistake to vote Hillary Clinton on November 8th "As regards R...
  • French Secular Leftists Are the New French Terror

    "It is time to admit the secularist and leftist worldview that has been promulgated and exported by French and European intellectuals for centuries, and which has been so instrumental in spreading violence and chaos throughout the world, should ...
  • Scientists call for better plastics design to protect marine life

    Improved materials would encourage recycling and prevent single-use containers from entering the oceans and breaking into small pieces Plastic waste washed up on a beach in Ghana. Photograph: Christian Thompson/EPA Plastics should be better designed...
  • Russian Lawmakers Deserve a Spanking for Interfering with Traditional Families

    "You know the world has gone upside-down when Russian law interferes with the rights of families, in ways that even liberal New York judges wouldn’t dream of doing." Russian family policy is still heavily influenced by liberals Spank a stranger’s...
  • False Flags Fluttering in the Empire’s Hot Air

    "The good news is that regardless of our gullible passivity the Empire is coming down, maybe not as fast as some of us would wish, but fast enough to really worry our rulers. Look at the Israelis..." This article was written for the Unz Review. When ...
  • America's Veterans Are a Bomb Waiting to Explode

    The US has millions of ex-soldiers with a lethal combination of military training and psychological trauma suffered in America's wars Micah Johnson, the former marine who killed five policemen in Dallas (Texas). Originally appeared at Fulvio Scaglio...
  • Christiana Figueres nominated for post of UN secretary general

    UN’s former climate change chief, who was a key architect of the Paris climate agreement, joins long list of candidates to succeed Ban Ki-moon Figueres was noted at climate talks for her ability to bring warring factions together, with calm, good ...
  • The Road to Armageddon

    Are the U.S. and NATO on the road to Armageddon, making a fatal error in gambling that Russia and China are the same post- war devastated countries of half a century ago? The author is a UK citizen, an English and ...
  • Beset by a Wave of Terror, Europe Still Backs Terror in Ukraine

    Europe's own house is burning while it fuels the flames in Donbass An explosion in Ansbach, Germany; a refugee kills a pregnant woman in Germany; Nice, Munich, Rouen - all this of course, is just ‘coincidence’. Of course it’s also a ‘coinciden...
  • All e-cigarettes emit harmful chemicals, but some emit more than others

    Berkeley Lab study identifies two additional carcinogens not previously reported in e-cigarette vapor IMAGE: BERKELEY LAB RESEARCHERS (FROM LEFT) LARA GUNDEL, MARION RUSSELL, HUGO DESTAILLATS DEMONSTRATE FILLING A GLASS SYRINGE WITH VAPOR FROM AN E-CI...
  • From the Russian Standpoint, Hillary Clinton is a Concentrated Incarnation of Evil

    Hillary represents 'the poisonous alliance of billionaires and banks with those living on social security against citizens who are not progressive enough' Hillary Clinton is as unique, concentrated an incarnation of modern world evil as can be. An icy...
  • Juicy news about cranberries: Blocking bacterial infections

    Illuminating traditional wisdom with chemistry and biophysics, a research team at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth has characterized the role of compounds in cranberry juice that block the critical first ...
  • Alzheimer’s Effects on the Brain Found in Young People

    Researchers see changes linked to the disease in subjects ages 3 to 20 years old A brain scan of an 8-year-old child shown in a control room of a University of Hawaii research center in Honolulu. PHOTO: AMANDA SHELL/UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII Changes in ...
  • Terror in Bavaria Brought to You by Angela Merkel

    If you don’t want to be understood in Germany — just speak German The author is a RI correspondent born in Munich as a daughter of Alexander Zinoviev, Soviet political exile who spent 21 years in Germany before returning to Russia in 1999 in protes...
  • Global study shows stroke largely preventable

    10 risk factors are same worldwide, with regional variation Ten risk factors that can be modified are responsible for nine of 10 strokes worldwide, but the ranking of those factors vary regionally, says a study led by researchers of the Population Health...