The dusty and bloodied boy in the back of an ambulance did not suffer grave injuries from the Syrian government — the whole story was an elaborate lie.
Salman Abedi made apparent he sought revenge for US bombs taking innocent lives in Syria, and his attack is the prime example of the dangers of blowback.
Dr. Ron Paul excoriated the West for not listening, again, to predictions from Muammar Gaddafi, who warned blowback from US support of radical Islam would terrorize Europe.
Toby Keith once sang about dropping "little bombs all over the holy land" but is now playing a concert in Saudi Arabia which Trump will attend.
The US State Department has just issued an ominous warning to US citizens to be cautious while traveling as a terror attack may happen at any moment.
President Trump declared May 1 Loyalty Day — and although he isn't the first to do so, this forced patriotism comes during ominous times.
That children were killed in the very first aggressive offensive by the U.S. against Syria is the epitome of moralistic hypocrisy.
The US military has finally admitted it bombed a family home — not an ISIS headquarters — killing four family members and a professor.
FOX News was busted this week presenting a convicted criminal as a foreign advisor who works for the Swedish government to present info on refugees.
Today is the 75th anniversary of the signing of the executive order which allowed the internment of Japanese Americans — have we not learned anything?