Monthly Archives: March 2018

Russia Sends 14 Questions To Britain on the Skripal Nerve Agent Affair

By Robert Willmann Russia has presented 14 questions to the British Foreign Ministry on the alleged poisoning of the Skripals in Britain by a nerve agent–  1. Why has Russia been denied the right of consular access to the two … Continue reading

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Fotokemist – A new committee member

  "Retired Analytical Chemist with experience as senior management, commercial laboratory, post graduate education, government research, and technical expert witness. Currently interested in world events, homesteading, photography, ministering to children of incarcerated individuals, and dabbling in the stock market."  Fotokemist

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SST will no longer post comments from the public at large.

SST has between 15 and 20 k readers/day.  Around fifty or sixty comments are sent in for my contemplation or that of guest authors before they are posted.  Sixty percent of those are hostile; professional hired trolls, ideologues, hyper nationalists … Continue reading

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SKRIPALMANIA byPatrick Armstrong

1. It’s obvious nonsense brought to you by proven liars. 2. The point of propaganda is to leave an impression after the details have been forgotten. 3. To get involved in discussing the minutiae of the story is to help … Continue reading

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Spring Break

I'll be back when I am back.  Happy Easter.   pl

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“Build WALL through M!” – TTG

"(20 July 2012) By RUSTY DENNEN – THE FREE LANCE-STAR   Civil War soldiers in Union blue transformed the Stafford County landscape nearly 150 years ago during their yearlong stay—cutting trees and roads and setting up vast camps, a harbor … Continue reading

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The Geo-Political Poker Game: Where’s the ‘Off-Ramp’? by Alastair Crooke

  At the beating heart of Trump’s Presidency lies the notion of the Art of the Deal.  It is said that Trump has few convictions, but his notion of how to negotiate – with a big stick, maximum leverage, and … Continue reading

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“The Greatest President” (a TV masterpiece)

(editorial comment) My current analytic theory in  contemplation of Trumpland is that the man is engaged in producing his own TV "reality" show. There are quite a few things that he has done or caused to occur that I like; the tax … Continue reading

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“Let’s investigate John Brennan” by Phil Geraldi

"Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan, a Barack Obama friend and protégé as well as a current paid contributor for NBC and MSNBC, has blasted President Donald Trump for congratulating President Vladimir Putin over his victory in recent … Continue reading

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Heartlessness By Richard Sale

Over the weekend, I watched two episodes about the great Soviet leader, Stalin, his rise to power, his treachery towards friends and comrades and allies. (It was shown on the AHC channel: “Apocalypse: Stalin.” What emerges is a horrifying character … Continue reading

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