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Ukrainians Party in Kiev as America Continues Sending Billions in Foreign Aid to Stop ‘Invasion’

A new video has surfaced of Ukrainians partying the night away in the capital city of Kiev, where the American people are told they must send their hard-earned dollars to stop Russian invaders from overrunning the nation and destabilizing the liberal world order.

Repression, Terror, Fear: The Government Wants to Silence the Opposition

Militarized police. Riot squads. Camouflage gear. Black uniforms. Armored vehicles. Mass arrests. Pepper spray. Tear gas. Batons. Strip searches. Surveillance cameras. Kevlar vests. Drones. Lethal weapons.

Thirteen Times Biden Aides Cleaned Up After His Gaffes

Joe Biden has kept his aides busy by frequently misspeaking in ways that require walk-backs and clarifications — a pattern that came into focus...

Russian Soldier Sentenced to Life in Prison: Ukraine’s First War Crimes Trial

President Joe Biden campaigned on ending the “forever wars,” and while he lived up to that promise by withdrawing from Afghanistan last August, he may have done the opposite with the redeployment of troops to Somalia.

Ukraine to Put First Russian Soldier On Trial for War Crimes

Ukraine's top prosecutor announced plans to hold the first war crimes trial over Russia's ongoing invasion.

Ukraine’s Zelensky Shares Image of Soldier With Nazi Insignia

As Russia celebrated the defeat of fascism in WWII, President Zelensky of Ukraine shared an image of a soldier wearing an SS patch.

Putin Asks Macron to Help Stop Ukrainian ‘War Crimes’

The West can help stop “war crimes” allegedly carried out by Ukrainian forces if it uses its influence over Kiev and ceases the supply of weapons to the country, Russian President Vladimir Putin told his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday, according to the Kremlin.

Republicans Think Biden Is Worse Than Putin

Majority of both Republicans and Independent voters think the United States would be better off without Biden in the White House.

Associated Press Calls Out Biden for Describing Russian Invasion of Ukraine ‘Genocide’: Not ‘Just Another Strong Word’

The Associated Press took a rare swipe at President Joe Biden over his characterization of Russia’s war on Ukraine as “genocide,” joining a chorus of world leaders uncomfortable with using a term that has international implications.

Macron Refuses to Call Russian Atrocities in Ukraine ‘Genocide’

French President Emmanuel Macron has sparked fury after publicly refusing to follow in the footsteps of other European leaders in calling the Russian atrocities committed in Ukrainian towns such as Bucha “genocide.”

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