Here LNP goes again

A recent article properly extolled the Steinman Family Foundation for contributions to the School District of Lancaster towards adjusting to remote schooling. Two things were not mentioned: The family, unlike the foundation established by earlier family generations, has deprived the SD of L of at least $300,000 a year in  real estate taxes on the […]

′′The Belarusian prison I’ve been taken to four times before is now a concentration camp.”

NewsLanc is withholding the name of the sender and his correspondent who is excerpted below for their protection. We believe this is from highly reliable sources. · “The prison I’ve been taken to four times before is now a concentration camp. 70 blue-purple people are being kept locked up in a 5 szövetségese meter open-top […]

“We don’t get to choose…”

From the cover of Oberlin College’s Spring/Summer 2020 Alumnae Magazine, written in white on black background:   “We don’t get to choose when we were born. We don’t choose what natural disasters, epidemiological emergencies, stock market crashes, tyrannical regimes, or wars our generations face.  We only get to choose how we react.”     Oberlin Professor Wendy […]

Russian Media On USA

by Slava Tsukerman Anti-American propaganda remains one of the most noticeable subjects in Russian media. The picture above is published by the Russian website usapress.net, which claims that it was created especially with the purpose to provide Russians with translations of authentic materials about USA, taken from American media. It  illustrates “Two centuries of wars: the American […]

Fixing the Federal Criminal Justice System: The Establishment Weighs In

by psmith, May 29, 2020, DRUG WAR CHRONICLE:  In a just issued report on reforming the federal criminal justice system, a blue-ribbon task force of the nonpartisan Council on Criminal Justice calls for sweeping changes in the system from its approach to drug offenses to significant sentencing changes, support for getting ex-inmates successfully reintegrated into […]

Coronavirus In Russia

By Slava Tsukerman The global pandemic of the coronavirus (COVID-19) reached Russia on January 31, 2020, when two Chinese nationals tested positive shortly after returning from China. To prevent the outbreak, Russia immediately closed the border with China, which resulted in no new cases reported until March 2020, after the disease began to spread in Europe. Starting with […]

Fear of Russians About Putin’s Potential Leave From Presidency

By Slava Tsukerman Lately several important events triggered a lot of discussions in the Russian media. In January, Russian president Vladimir Putin made a proposal for making many different changes in Russian constitution. Many commentators regarded some of the changes as directed to making the president’s power absolute, putting all the branches of Russian government […]