In a story reported by Russia Today on March 28, Sergey Koshelev, identified as head of the Russian Defense Ministry’s department of international cooperation, said that his ministry will soon begin discussions with NATO representatives to seek an arrangement allowing Russia to establish new bases in Afghanistan to repair military hardware.
Seventy-one years ago today an overzealous general, following unconstitutional orders from his commander-in-chief, started sending American citizens living in California to internment camps outside the state for the crime of being Japanese.
Yevgeny "Eugene" Kaspersky, celebrated in most of the U.S. media as self-made entrepreneur and tech guru, may be one of the planet's most dangerous men; fronting for Putin's KGB/FSB-run regime, he has been given the keys to global cyber security.
Speaking at an event held at the Brookings Institution’s Falk Auditorium in Washington, D.C., on March 26, Gen. John Allen, the former commander of international forces in Afghanistan, said that the United States would retain a troop presence in Afghanistan sufficiently large to support Afghan forces after the withdrawal of international combat troops at the end of 2014.
In an effort at protecting the Constitution and the unalienable rights of Americans, liberty-minded Republicans introduced a bill in Congress that would specifically prohibit the executive branch from using military strikes on U.S. soil to murder American citizens.