Veteran Fox Correspondent Sees Collusion

Trump and Putin in Syria? Not So Friendly ; Where Coca-Cola Is More Plentiful Than Water ...and More Picks

Carl Cameron
Former Fox News Channel chief political correspondent Carl Cameron just retired from the network he joined in 1995. Cameron is now claiming, “The Trump team were colluding with the Russians in 2016 — and they are still colluding.” He also warns that President Donald Trump is enabling cyberattacks on the US by denying the legitimacy of related investigations. Photo credit: Gage Skidmore / Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Trump and Putin in Syria? Not So Friendly (Dan)

While headlines have been denouncing the so-called friendly relations between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, things on the ground in Syria are not so rosy.

Where Coca-Cola Is More Plentiful Than Water (Russ)

It may be one of the rainiest areas in Mexico, but there is only running water a few times a week. So residents often choose to drink Coca-Cola, which is produced nearby. This is producing a diabetes crisis.

Echoes Past and Future: Helsinki Goon Show Masks the Real Rot That Bedevils Us (Jimmy)

The author writes, “It’s true Trump behaved like a chump and a lackey with Putin during their press conference on Monday. But if Don really has done a deal with Vlad — as opposed to, say, simply acting out his deeply disturbed need to be stroked by tough-guy daddy figures who have killed people — then Trump has also treated the Russian leader the same way he’s treated everyone he’s ever made a deal with: he’s cheated him.”

Special Operations Forces Continue to Expand Across the World — Without Congressional Oversight (Reader Luke)

The author writes, “Unless they end in disaster, most missions remain in the shadows, unknown to all but a few Americans. And yet last year alone, US commandos deployed to 149 countries — about 75 percent of the nations on the planet.”

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