By |Published On: January 24th, 2019|Categories: Daily News Roundup|

Venezuelan Regime Change

The US recognizes Juan Guaido as interim president of Venezuela. [Link]

Juan Guaido declares himself interim president of Venezuela. [Link]  

Venezuelan president Maduro cuts diplomatic ties with the US and gives US diplomats 72 hours to leave Venezuela. [Link]

The US rejects Maduro’s cutting of diplomatic ties. [Link]


A group of Amazon stockholders push the company not to sell facial recognition technology to police. [Link]

Amazon spent over $14 million on lobbying in 2018. [Link]


Ray McGovern on the lack of Russiagate evidence. [Link]

Glenn Greenwald gives the top ten biggest Russiagate lies. [Link]

Lee Camp explains how the Senate Russiagate report fails to show Russia interfered in the 2016 election. [Link]

US Foreign Policy

Moon of Alabama summarizes the new revelations by Seymour Hersh about Iran Contra. [Link]

Philip Giraldi breaks down the alliance between the Neocons and Progressives. [Link]

Maj Danny Sjursen argues Trump should force Congress to vote on war issues. [Link]

US News

The FDA threatens to pull e-cigarettes off the market. [Link]  

The US continues to hold an American citizen – who works for Iranian state media – without charges.

She has been released after being held without charges for ten days. [Link]

James Bovard explains how Trump’s Attorney General nominee helped the FBI get away with crimes at Ruby Ridge. [Link]

Texas is now the world’s fourth largest oil producer. [Link]


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