News Roundup 1/15/18

by | Jan 15, 2018

  • A Pennsylvania court orders an Amish family to violate their religious beliefs and use electricity. [Link]
  • James Bovard on why the charges against the Bundy family were dismissed. [Link]
  • Ray McGovern explains how the Russiagate investigation is now exposing the deep state. [Link]
  • The US Ambassador to Panama resigns saying he can no longer work for Trump. [Link]
  • At a Congressional Committee, an official from the State Department said the US is keeping troops in Syria out of concern of Iranian influence. The committee asked the Defense Department to send an official but, the Pentagon did not send a witness. [Link]
  • US weapons makers profit big from Trump’s policies. [Link]
  • Gareth Porter explains the failed US policy of ‘coercive diplomacy.’ [Link]
  • Eric Margolis looks at US aggression against Pakistan. [Link]
  • A false alarm missile warning created a panic in Hawaii. [Link] In response, Representative Tulsi Gabbard calls for immediate talks with North Korea without precondition. [Link]
  • Patrick Buchanan on North Korea reaching a nuclear deterrent. [Link]
  • North and South Korea will hold peace talks Monday. [Link]
  • A Mexican journalist writing about political corruption was murdered. [Link]
  • Turkey threatens to attack Syrian Kurds in the Afrin area. [Link]
  • The US coalition will train 15,000 Syria rebels to be a “border force” in eastern Syria. [Link]
  • Airwars reports the US coalition likely killed at least 2,000 civilians in the Raqqa Province in 2017. [Link]

About Kyle Anzalone

Kyle Anzalone is news editor of the Libertarian Institute, assistant editor of and co-host of Conflicts of Interest with Will Porter.

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