War on the Horizon? Iran’s Strategic Strengths & Weaknesses

War on the Horizon? Iran’s Strategic Strengths & Weaknesses

In this edition of Probable Cause Newsbud’s Founder & Editor Sibel Edmonds lays out some of the war strategy scenarios for Iran, in addition to breaking down what potential weaknesses may be exploited by Iran’s enemies. The US is pushing hard against Iran on all fronts, find out the latest developments, as top expert Sibel Edmonds deconstructs what […]

Cast away: $40mn yacht owned by Betsy DeVos cut loose by vandals

Cast away: $40mn yacht owned by Betsy DeVos cut loose by vandals

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ $ 40 million yacht was reportedly cut loose from a marina in northern Ohio and set adrift. The yacht slammed into a dock, causing over $ 5,000 in damage. The 163ft vessel, named ‘The Seaquest’ had been moored on Lake Erie, and was cut loose in the early hours of Sunday […]

AMLO and Mexico’s Eurasian Energy & Development Tilt

AMLO and Mexico’s Eurasian Energy & Development Tilt

The recent victory of Andrés Manuel López Obrador – or simply, “AMLO” – as the next President of Mexico has raised red flags in certain, mostly Washington Consensus, circles, while triggering praise in others, mostly from Eurasia and left-leaning, independent Latin American nations.  There are a few curious outliers, but for the most part, there is a pall […]

Disheveled ‘grandma Hillary’ mocked for Simpsons-style dress choice

Disheveled ‘grandma Hillary’ mocked for Simpsons-style dress choice

Hillary Clinton appeared in front of a crowded Central Park in New York to talk Trump and Russia. However, her appearance, particularly her part-hospital gown, part-muumuu dress stole the show on Twitter. Clinton was appearing at OZY Festival, a weekend-long event of music, food, political discussion and liberal ‘comedy.’ Speaking at the festival on Saturday, […]

The U.S.-Russia Spy Swap: Maria Butina for Edward Snowden?

The U.S.-Russia Spy Swap: Maria Butina for Edward Snowden?

In the eighty-seventh edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses front page articles from four Russian newspapers: Izvestia, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Kommersant, and Komsomolskaya Pravda. He discusses the outcomes of the Helsinki Summit between the U.S. president Donald Trump and the Russian president Vladimir Putin as they were presented in the Russian press. […]

A Wake-Up Call for Iran: The Real Cost of America’s ‘Liberation Wars’

A Wake-Up Call for Iran: The Real Cost of America’s ‘Liberation Wars’

In this edition of Probable Cause, Newsbud’s Founder & Editor Sibel Edmonds delivers a powerful message to the Iranian people, based on the bloody track record from America’s ‘liberation wars.’ Edmonds documents the real cost of these foreign interventions as she examines countries like Syria, Libya and Iraq, both before and after being ‘liberated.’  See the […]

Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Went to War With Partisanship in Kansas

Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Went to War With Partisanship in Kansas

Bernie Sanders — the most popular senator in America — and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — the 28-year-old from the Bronx who made headlines by stunning longtime incumbent Rep. Joe Cowley in a New York congressional primary last month — traveled to the breadbasket on Friday in support of two congressional candidates running under the progressive banner. Though the first of two rallies held Friday was […]

'Russophobia runs amok' in US, puts it on edge of war with Russia – Stephen Cohen

'Russophobia runs amok' in US, puts it on edge of war with Russia – Stephen Cohen

Russian demonization and Russophobia have gripped the US, where politicians would rather impeach Trump than avert a nuclear war with Russia, professor emeritus at both Princeton and New York Universities Stephen Cohen believes. While US media and establishment still cannot settle nerves after Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki, Cohen, who is also contributing editor at The […]