GAME CHANGER: Putin’s allies are now calling for Berlin to be nuked after Germany’s decision to send tanks to aid Ukraine

Fuming Kremlin propagandists threatened nuclear strikes on the West today after Germany agreed to send tanks to Ukraine. One high-profile Putin mouthpiece demanded Berlin’s Bundestag parliament should be reduced to radioactive ash in retaliation. It comes after dithering German chancellor Olaf Scholz folded to international pressure and direct pleas from president Volodymyr Zelensky. He will now send a squadron of Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, … Continue reading GAME CHANGER: Putin’s allies are now calling for Berlin to be nuked after Germany’s decision to send tanks to aid Ukraine

With U.S. economy at risk, here’s how a national rail strike could start in December

CSX Transportation freight trains sit parked in a railroad yard in September during the initial threat of a potential freight rail workers union strike. The Washington Post | The Washington Post | Getty Images KEY POINTS The strike prep calendar for rail operators, customers, and logistics managers continues to be in flux with a lack of coordination between key rail unions leaving open the potential … Continue reading With U.S. economy at risk, here’s how a national rail strike could start in December

Slow Motion Economic Train Wreck; Nearly 40% of small businesses in the US failed to pay rent in October

Small businesses in various states are struggling to pay their rent, a new report shows, with rent delinquency at nearly 40 percent this month. The findings, published Tuesday by Boston-based business tracker Alignable, are raising more than eyebrows, as they illustrate the stark effect inflation is having on everyday Americans.  The survey of 4,789 randomly selected small business owners saw more than half of respondents say their rent is … Continue reading Slow Motion Economic Train Wreck; Nearly 40% of small businesses in the US failed to pay rent in October

Defense Minister: Ukraine Conflict Heading Toward “Uncontrolled Escalation”

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu told his French counterpart in a telephone call on Sunday that the situation in Ukraine was rapidly deteriorating and trending towards “uncontrolled escalation.” In a phone call with French Defense Minister Sebastien Lecornu published by the Russian side, Shoigu said Moscow had concerns Ukraine could use a “dirty bomb” in the conflict, without providing evidence to support the suggestion that … Continue reading Defense Minister: Ukraine Conflict Heading Toward “Uncontrolled Escalation”

Russia Blames US For Death Of Top General In Syria

Shortly after Russia disclosed on Sunday that a top Russian military commander, Lieutenant General Valery Asapov – who was serving as one of Russia’s “military advisers” in Syria – was fatally wounded by an exploding shell in a mortar attack by ISIS terrorists, on Monday the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that the “two-faced policy” of the United States was to blame for the death of … Continue reading Russia Blames US For Death Of Top General In Syria