Western Media Distorts Escalating Syrian War

It’s The Real News Network. I’m Sharmini Peries coming to you from Baltimore. The war in Syria intensified earlier this month when the Syrian government launched an offensive to retake Eastern Ghouta, a suburb of the capital Damascus. For years now, the Eastern Ghouta has been under the control of extremist Salafi jihadist rebels. The […]

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West Virginia Teachers Strike Redefines Teacher Unionism

They chanted “55 Strong,” in reference to all 55 counties in West Virginia where teachers are on strike. For a fourth day, every public school in the state is closed as thousands of teachers protest on the steps of the state capital demanding better pay and benefits. Teacher Jake Fertig says he might have to […]

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Will Congress Affirm its Constitutional Power to Stop the War in Yemen?

It’s The Real News Network. I’m Sharmini Peries coming to you from Baltimore. Two resolutions are making their way through the U.S. Congress at the moment that could represent one of the first serious efforts in decades for Congress to reclaim its constitutionally guaranteed authority to declare or not to declare war. House Concurrent Resolution […]

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More Americans Agree With Trump On Soleimani Strike

Democrats and their allies in the media have been hammering Trump over the airstrike that killed Qassem Soleimani. They have been determined to turn this into a negative for the president. Unfortunately for them, it’s not working. A recent poll found that most Americans are on Trump’s side. The Daily Wire reports: More Americans Side […]

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Trump on Iran Strike: Iran Rockets Were Funded by Obama

On Wednesday morning, President Trump addressed the nation to discuss Iran’s rocket strikes on US bases in Iraq. The strikes left no Americans dead or injured. At one point during the speech, President Trump shredded the Obama Administration, saying that they were the ones who funded the rockets that struck the bases in Iraq. “The […]

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