Putin Says He Will Aim Russian Missiles at the United States

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that he is ready to aim missiles at the United States if the U.S. puts new missiles in Europe.

Putin said Russia will respond to the deployment of short or intermediate-range nuclear weapons by the United States in Europe by targeting the countries where the missiles are located. But in addition to that, he will direct his military to prepare to attack the United States directly also. read more

House Democrats Are Trying to Save the Country From Trump’s Treason

Democrats are now casting themselves as the party of national security since Donald Trump cannot be trusted and is probably committing treason.

By cozying up to Vladimir Putin, and attacking U.S. intelligence agencies, Donald Trump has proven that he cannot be trusted. He clearly cares about his personal business interests more than he cares about the security of the country he is sworn to protect. He has even attacked key U.S. allies. read more

Conservative: Syria Pullout Means Mid-East Will Be ‘Exporter of Terrorism’

Conservative New York Times writer Bret Stephens believes that Donald Trump’s withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria will destabilize the Middle East and hurt U.S. interests there.

In an appearance on MSNBC‘s “Morning Joe,” Stephens said that Trump’s Syria move “will reconstitute the Middle East that we fear, which is to say an exporter of terrorism and instability.” read more

Putin Says Nuclear War May End Civilization and Destroy the Planet

Vladimir Putin has warned that there is an increasing threat of a nuclear war that could destroy all of human civilization as well as planet Earth itself.

The Russian President held his 14th annual end-of-the-year press conference on Thursday morning, touching upon a wide array of issues, including relations with the US and Ukraine, anti-Russia sanctions, and arms control. He was also questioned about the Russia’s economy and Donald Trump’s commitment to withdraw troops from Syria. read more