Nearly 600,000 Children At Risk Of Death From Hunger In War Zones

A startling new report from Save the Children states that an estimated 590,000 children in war-zones will die from malnutrition as they are expected to not receive treatment. Save the Children hypothesized that there are 4.5 million children under the age of 5 that need treatment for life-threatening malnutrition in some of the most war-torn … Continue reading Nearly 600,000 Children At Risk Of Death From Hunger In War Zones

Disappearing Palestine Part 2

After the first World War, the League of Nations divided territory formerly under the rule of the Ottoman Empire into mandates.  These mandates would be controlled by the British and French under the supervision of the newly established League of Nations. Syria and Lebanon were to be controlled by the French while the British controlled … Continue reading Disappearing Palestine Part 2

The Democrats Feigned Changes Underscore The Need For A People’s Party

The Democratic National Committee recently passed a rule that would prevent superdelegates from casting votes in the first round of voting. The DNC claims they are trying to provide voters a "transparent" election process. Transparency in our election process would include the DNC informing the public of a rule passed by the DNC in secret, … Continue reading The Democrats Feigned Changes Underscore The Need For A People’s Party

One Child Dies Every 10 Minutes In Yemen & No One Cares

  UNICEF reported that one child dies every ten minutes in Yemen with 462,000 suffering from severe acute malnutrition which is a dramatic increase of about 200 percent since Saudi Arabia's invasion started in 2015. In 2016, UNHCR stated there has been 2.4 million displaced and that number has risen to 3.1 million due to … Continue reading One Child Dies Every 10 Minutes In Yemen & No One Cares

The U.S. & Iran’s Reverberating War Drums Part 2

Three weeks following the coup in 1953, the United States had helped reinstall Reza Shah and gave Iran 68 million in economic aid with an additional 1.2 billion over the next decade. During this time from Reza Shah's reinstallment in 1953 until 1979, Iran was considered one of the closest allies of the United States. … Continue reading The U.S. & Iran’s Reverberating War Drums Part 2