To @DrewMTips And @FrankLuntz: #Appeasement Is Not A Creditable #ForeignPolicy Strategy
I thought one of the more brutal lessons learn about WWII was that Appeasement doesn’t work with authoritarians, but here they are beating that drum. I guess I was wrong. Up until last night, Frank Luntz has been posting pro-Russian propaganda tweets like this: Vladimir Putin says Russia has "the right to protect Russian-speaking populations" in other countries.
http://t.co/fKboTs86FD #Ukraine— Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) March 3, 2014 | Read More »
Poland Signs European Union Treaty….. What’s not been said….. An opinion from a nobody (me).
http://news.theage.com.au/breaking-news-world/poland-signs-eu-treaty-czech-hurdle-remains-20091010-groc.html Poland’s President Lech Kaczynski on Saturday signed the European Union’s reforming Lisbon Treaty at a ceremony, leaving his ultra-eurosceptic Czech counterpart Vaclav Klaus as the only holdout. “The fact that the Irish people changed their minds meant the revival of the treaty, and there are no longer any obstacles to its ratification,” Kaczynski said before signing. “Today is a very important day in the | Read More »
Missile Defense: A Roll Of The Dice
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator. Visit to get feed or email delivery of new story’s when the are written. Huge Concession To Russia. Will Russia Do The Same For Us? President Obama better hope so! When we meet with Russia at the G 20 and the U.N. General Assembly, we had better get backing from Russia on Iranian action, or the weakening of | Read More »
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Eastern European Missile Defense: Da Comrades, Izvi`Neete
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator, Mike Haltman Loosely Translated, Yes Friend, I Am Sorry The laughing that you think you may be hearing is the world looking at this great superpower, and coming to the realization that we may be fading fast under the leadership of the Obama administration. With the current cast of characters in Washington, if we as a country are | Read More »