By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor This is another of those interviews that VT people do every day. What I would like you to do is to compare what we say, certainly Jim and Kevin, and of course me, with others out there, mainstream media, political leaders or activists. What you will see is that a […]
As a side note, Israel is now claiming that Russia threatened to nuke them. Our concern is that Russia failed to threaten to nuke Israel. See what Israel News Live has to say, a tedious video presentation but presented here as “proof of idiocy” on behalf of the “masters of the universe” and their agent […]
Jim W. Dean – We had Gordon to roast the Prez last night over his Santa Claus with the magic sleigh speech that had endless goodies for everybody, all for free.
Winter is our slow season, so we thought that we would offer a one time sale of 10% off our already low prices.
Iraqi Special forces have made new advances against Daesh terrorists in North East Mosul as they look to build on recent gains.
Gordon Duff, a senior editor at Veterans Today, said that the extension of state of emergency could have no impact on Turkey’s security, because, according to him, the country is suffering from its own president’s wrongdoings and not that of Fethullah Gulen.
As a teenager growing up in Philadelphia, Benjamin Netanyahu became a naturalized U.S. citizen. Two decades later, upon his appointment as a senior Israeli diplomat, he was forced to give up his dual citizenship. Netanyahu has no vote in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. But had he still been eligible to vote, his preference remains a mystery.
Lebanon has a new president. The political development puts an end to over two years of power vacuum in the country. On Monday, lawmakers voted to pick General Michel Aoun as Lebanon’s 13th president. The election is seen as a victory for the resistance movement Hezbollah, especially after Saad Hariri, the leader of the March […]
Duff explains why a Clinton presidency will lead to disastrous war, leaving Russia and Syria no choice but to push for a military solution.
Philippines suspicious over US intentions in S China Sea: Analyst The alliance between the US and the Philippines is falling apart over Manila’s suspicions about Washington’s intentions in the South China Sea dispute, a journalist and intelligence specialist in Ohio says. “The Philippines government is deeply suspicious that the United States is trying to build […]
A report on the official investigation published in September 2014 said the crash was a result of structural damage caused by a large number of high-energy objects that struck the Boeing from the outside. However, it did not conclude what the objects were, where they came from, or who was responsible.
Merkel skeptical about idea of no-fly zone in Syria Merkel made the remarks in a press conference with Malaysian Prime Minister Nijab Razak. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and US Secretary of State John Kerry have called for a temporary no-fly zone for military aircraft in Syria for up to seven days. The proposal was […]
Press TV has interviewed Gordon Duff, a senior editor with the Veterans Today from Ohio, about the interference of Saudi ambassador to Baghdad in Iraq’s internal affairs
President Barack Obama has warned of the existence of Daesh sleeper cells in the US and says the possibility of further terrorist attacks in the country is real.