Nebojsa Malic is a Serbian-American journalist, blogger and translator, who wrote a regular column for Antiwar.com from 2000 to 2015, and is now senior writer at RT. Follow him on Telegram @TheNebulator and on Twitter @NebojsaMalic
Celebrating the anniversary of human spaceflight but omitting the name of Yuri Gagarin suggests that the US establishment is so insecure that it seems physically incapable of acknowledging any achievements of non-Americans.
The Democrats’ obsession with seizing Americans’ guns while tolerating violent crime in the name of “equity” should have made it clear that safety wasn’t their driving consideration. President Joe Biden just made it obvious.
Given how Big Tech, the media, and a shadowy bipartisan cabal all conspired to cover for him so his father could become president, it’s only natural for Hunter Biden to declare his family name is now “synonymous with democracy.”
When the legacy media take breaks from carrying water for the White House by reporting on wacky hijinks of presidential pups, it ought to be blatantly obvious to everyone they’ve irrevocably transformed from watchdogs to lapdogs.
With the Biden administration transitioning all of their official documents to explicitly include VP Kamala Harris, stubborn facts that got in the way of the preferred media narrative are a step closer to being ‘corrected.’
President Joe Biden has said the US will lead the world by the “power of our example.” California is now making children worship Aztec gods of human sacrifice and there’s a viral campaign for $1,000 custom ‘Satan’ sneakers.
Well, now we know why Democrat strategists were more than happy to let Joe Biden sit in his basement during the campaign, and kept him away from the press for the first 64 days in office – and it’s definitely not the coronavirus.
President Joe Biden’s address to the nation on the anniversary of the Covid-19 lockdowns was long on appeals to unity – defined as obeying Dr. Anthony Fauci and doing what you’re told – but short on the “truth” he promised.
Twitter’s complaints about Russian regulators slowing down its traffic would be a lot more credible if the platform hadn’t been so eager to turn into a partisan echo chamber and place itself above the law in its own homeland.
US President Joe Biden can’t seem to remember who’s standing right next to him and won’t answer press questions or address Congress, but let’s by all means hear about his pet dogs, possible First Cat, or White House portraits.