Posts Tagged ‘policy’

DeSantis Blasts CDC’s School Policy: ‘That’s Not Science, That’s Politics’

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has slammed the CDC’s policies for schools, arguing that Biden’s federal health agency is prioritizing politics over science. Speaking at a press conference in Satellite Beach, Florida, on Wednesday, the governor blasted the CDC, warning that its draconian shutdown demands are “destroying millions of people’s lives.” You can unsubscribe any time. By […]

Senior Israeli defense officials question effectiveness of policy of operations against Iran

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Jewish policy umbrella calls treatment of Uyghur minority ‘genocide’

The Jewish Council for Public Affairs, the main policy umbrella for US Jewish groups, resolved to protest what it called China’s “genocide” of its Muslim Uyghur minority. “The Jewish community should call upon the CCP to end the genocide and exploitation of the Uyghurs, as well as halt the oppression of other ethnic and religious […]

Ethnic Engineering: Denmark’s Ghetto Policy

The very word is chilling, but has become normalised political currency in Denmark.  Since 2010, the Danish government has resorted to generating “ghetto lists” marking out areas as socially problematic for the state.  In 2018, the country’s parliament passed “ghetto” laws to further regulate the lives of individuals inhabiting various city areas focusing on their […]

If rabbis can’t talk about public policy, what’s the point of Torah?

Text Messages is a column, produced with The Jewish Week, sharing wisdom from the weekly Torah portion. When do you call the rabbi? Sometimes to complain. (We’re Jews, after all.) But usually, a life-cycle event has taken place. A birth, thank God. An impending wedding. An illness. Too often in the last year, a death. […]

U.S. Foreign Policy Will Bite Americans in the A__!

HomeRussia & Former Soviet Union Comment: The arses that run our foreign policy are driving off our allies and making us enemies. Because of our horrific sanctions which murder infants and children the world is creating an alternative financial system with Russia leading the way. If the American people had any brains at all they […]

85 House Republicans introduce act to maintain Trump admin. Iran policy

WASHINGTON – As the Vienna talks between the US and Iran are underway, a group of 85 Republican lawmakers introduced on Wednesday the “Maximum Pressure Act,” a bill that aimed to keep the Trump administration policy towards Iran. The bill was introduced by House Republican Study Committee chairman Rep. Jim Banks (Indiana). Former secretary of […]

U.S. POLICY CHANGES FASTER THAN THE WEATHER

 16.04.2021  South Front Video here You can read this article in German. LINK Hopes and expectations for a partial normalization between Moscow, Washington and Kiev stepping off the warpath were brief and flickered only for a moment before being entirely extinguished. On April 13, U.S. President Joe Biden held a phone call with Russian President Vladimir […]

UK Church Leaders Warn PM Vaccine Passports Are ‘Most Dangerous Policy Proposal Ever Made’

Over 1,200 church leaders have urged UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson not to introduce ‘dangerous’ Covid vaccine passports because they are an “unethical form of coercion”. In an open letter, hundreds of Christian clergy, including Anglican and Catholic ministers, warn that the passports could create a “surveillance state” and bring about the end of liberal […]

The Future of Korea’s Domestic Policy Following the April 2021 Elections

On April 7, early elections were held in the Republic of Korea for the heads of four administrative units, including the mayors of the country’s two largest cities: Seoul and Busan, as well as 17 deputies of local legislative assemblies. According to the results of the vote count, the opposition Power of the People party […]

Is Softer US Policy on Russia Even Possible?

Presidential appointments can be revealing, not only in terms of those who are appointed but of those who are passed over, or kept in the shadows. One case in point is not breaking news, but nevertheless revealing, as is seen by the title of a recent MSM news article. Biden eyes Russia adviser criticized as […]

America’s Neoliberal Financialization Policy vs. China’s Industrial Socialism

April 15, 2021 By Michael Hudson and posted with special permission Nearly half a millennium ago Niccolo Machiavelli’s The Prince described three options for how a conquering power might treat states that it defeated in war but that “have been accustomed to live under their own laws and in freedom: … the first is to ruin them, […]

A flip-flop on the ‘not mandatory’ jab policy in NZ (Video)

I do clearly recall our leader who says people matter, telling us that vaccinations will not be mandatory. In September 2020 Chris Hipkins said the covid-19 injection would not be compulsory (video at 58 seconds). Hear her in this speech now clearly enunciating that the expectation is to be vaccinated. I have had a port […]

Team Trump Launches ‘America First Policy Institute’ With Paula White Leading ‘Center for American Values’

American voters rejected former President Donald Trump at the ballot box in 2020, but he and his team are not going away quietly—or at all. As Axios reported Tuesday, a group of Trump administration officials and advisers is launching the America First Policy Institute, which its president Brooke Rollins says in a launch video is […]

A roundtable on the Coronavirus and the policy response

Great Barrington Declaration Scientists with Gov. DeSantis in Florida Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, on the one-year anniversary of the lockdowns, invited back the scientists behind the Great Barrington Declaration, signed at the offices of the American Institute for Economic Research, for a roundtable on the Coronavirus and the policy response. It is exceptionally educational, and points […]

In reverse of Trump-era policy, Biden administration restores funding to UNRWA

The Biden administration has announced its plans to reinstate millions of dollars in aid to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), nearly three years after the Trump administration halted US funding for the agency.  In a statement on Wednesday US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said […]

China’s Policy Towards Liberation of Bangladesh

During about 8 to 9 months of 1971, the Pakistani Army and its local collaborators killed nearly 2.5 million people , raped over 3 lakh women and uprooted nearly 10 million from their  homes in Bangladesh ( then known to the world as East Pakistan) in a genocidal crackdown. This was not hidden from the […]

Biden’s Aggressive Foreign Policy

What Joe Biden has done right We should praise Joe Biden for the good decisions that he had made during his first few months in office. He has filled positions in his cabinet with and administration with an ethnically diverse and gender balanced group of people. For example, we can think of his new Secretary […]

US Carrier Launches Operations In East Med As Top US Syria Policy Czar Calls Al-Qaeda Leader “An Asset”

And now in 2021 we are still witnessing headlines like this: “Eisenhower Strike Group Joins Anti-ISIS Effort”. The Pentagon this week announced that the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower strike group has initiated flight operations in the Eastern Mediterranean “to support the continuing campaign against Islamic State remnants in Syria and Iraq.” While in the past […]

Biden’s Venezuela Policy: Continuity With Trump

In Venezuela, brutal sanctions and the recognition of a phony president continue to wreak havoc. Biden has not implemented any real change to US policy towards the country. Historians Steve Ellner and Greg Wilpert discuss the reasons why. Welcome to theAnalysis, I’m Greg Wilpert. Recently, the Biden administration announced that Venezuelans living in the United […]

The Probe into the Israeli Vaccine Policy and its Outcome is beyond Damning.

The Probe into the Israeli Vaccine Policy and its Outcome is beyond Damning. Tap News / Weaver Gilad Atzmon – gilad.co.uk March 23, 2021 In Israel yesterday, an independent legal body that calls itself the Civilian Probe (CP)* published its finding regarding the catastrophic impact of the Pfizer vaccine on the nation. In their report, […]

Provoking A Russian Siege Mentality Is Counterproductive For US Foreign Policy

Posted on March 21, 2021 by Zara Ali By Andrew Korybko Source Leading Russian Senator Alexey Pushkov warned that the US is pursuing the aim of a “prolonged siege of ‘Putin’s Russia’” through “sanctions from hell”, “push[ing] Ukraine into a new war in the Donbass”, and “building up the armed forces on the borders with […]

Penn professor says human rights are marginal issues in U.S. policy making 

TEHRAN – Ian Lustick, a professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania, says that human rights have a very “marginal” role in U.S. policy making “if at all”. Unlike former U.S. president Donald Trump who never cared about values such as democracy and human rights, Joe Biden pledged in his presidential campaigns to […]

From the Earth to the Moon: Biden’s China Policy Doomed from the Start

March 17, 2021 US President Biden and Vice President Harris Meet Virtually with their Counterparts in the ‘Quad’. (Photo: Video Grab) By Ramzy Baroud A much anticipated American foreign policy move under the Biden Administration on how to counter China’s unhindered economic growth and political ambitions came in the form of a virtual summit on March 12, linking, […]

Zionists have hijacked Biden admin’s foreign policy posts: ex-Senate candidate

TEHRAN – Mark Dankof, a former U.S. Senate candidate, says radical Zionist zealots like Anthony Blinken, Linda Thomas Greenfield, Victoria Nuland, and now Richard Nephew have “absolutely hijacked” the Biden administration’s key foreign policy posts.   Unlike his promise during election campaigns to reverse Donald Trump’s foreign policy faults, Biden seems to follow the same […]

McCarthy: Biden’s ‘Spreading COVID Throughout’ with Immigration Policy, and Border Will Get Worse

On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “America Reports,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) stated that President Joe Biden is “spreading COVID throughout” with his immigration policy “and the numbers are only going to grow every single day.” Because Border Patrol agents have to be taken off the border to take care of […]

The Pope Visited Iraqi Christians, Victims of U.S. Foreign Policy “ذا ناشونال انترست”: البابا زار المسيحيين العراقيين ضحايا السياسة الأميركية

Reckless decisions to invade and nation build in other countries leads to more harm than good. March 8, 2021  by Bonnie Kristian Pope Francis just wrapped up a trip to Iraq this week for the first-ever papal visit to the country, a trip the Vatican has described as “an act of love for this land, for its people and for […]

Gov. Abbott: Biden ‘Open Border Policy’ Encouraging Illegal Immigration, Enriching Drug Cartels

Joe Biden finally addressed the American people Thursday, for the first time in almost two months, and decreed that if they continue to follow CDC rules they might be able to have a barbecue in their own backyards in four months time. But in the same breath Biden threatened to take away that monumental freedom […]

Chinese Foreign Policy Outlook

March 13, 2021 By Zamir Awan for the Saker Blog China achieved miraculous progress during the last four decades, which were never seen in humankind’s known history. There must be many reasons for its rapid developments, but its foreign policy was one of the significant reasons. In simple words, China opted for a reconciliation policy […]

Ten Problems With Biden’s Foreign Policy – and One Solution

 Written by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies  The Biden presidency is still in its early days, but it’s not too early to point to areas in the foreign policy realm where we, as progressives, have been disappointed–or even infuriated. There are one or two positive developments, such as the renewal of Obama’s New […]

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