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The Biden Administration has announced approved plans to redeploy hundreds of U.S. troops to Somalia. At the end of his term in 2020, Donald Trump withdrew almost all U.S. troops from the African country as many claimed it was another "unwinnable" war.

The initial arrival of U.S. boots on the ground in Somalia took place as part of a humanitarian effort in lead by the U.N. 1992, shortly following the outbreak of civil war in 1991. Many unsuccessful battles since then have been fought including the Battle of Mogadishu, also known as "Black Hawk Down." The Battle of Mogadishu was fought between the U.S. and Somali militiamen loyal to Mohamed Farrah Aidid and resulted in the deaths of 19 American soldiers, including six Delta Force operators, and 73 were wounded.

Americans have not been the only victims in this so called humanitarian effort. AFRICOM, the United States Africa Command, has been responsible for the injuries and deaths of innocent Somali civilians with a total of 267 airstrikes since the conflict began.

A study published by the civilian harm monitoring group Airways found that the U.S. has declared at least 91,340 strikes across seven major conflict zones since the 9/11 attack in 2001. The analysis shows that these airstrikes have resulted in killing at least 22,000 civilians and perhaps as many as 48,000.

In an address from the White House, 24 hours after the last soldier left Kabul, Joe Biden promised to “turn the page” on the U.S. role abroad, pointing to a less interventionist future.

“‚Äč‚ÄčThis decision about Afghanistan is not just about Afghanistan. It’s about ending an era of major military operations to remake other countries,” he said.

This latest shift in policy by the administration is yet another example of Biden's failure to keep his campaign promises to the American people.

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The Biden Administration announced Monday a partial reversal of sanctions on Cuba which had been implemented by Donald Trump.

The administration has said the actions would “center on human rights and empowering the Cuban people,” but not everyone agrees with this new ease on restrictions to the communist country.

Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey, a Cuban American Democrat who is the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee said, “Today’s announcement risks sending the wrong message to the wrong people, at the wrong time and for all the wrong reasons.”

Joe Biden has made promises to restore the kind of relationship the Obama Administration envisioned for the U.S. and Cuba. This was interrupted in July of 2021 when a government crackdown on dissent led to pro-democracy protests in Cuba and many Cuban Americans took to Washington to put pressure on the Biden Administration into action.

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Have you heard about the WHO Pandemic Treaty? There is a lot of discussion online that President Joe Biden is about to sign over U.S. Sovereignty later this year when he signs the World Health Organization Pandemic Treaty.


The Biden administration is canceling three oil and gas lease sales scheduled in the Gulf of Mexico and off the coast of Alaska.

The decision was announced last week by the U.S. Department of Interior who cited a lack of industry interest in drilling off the Alaska coast and “conflicting court rulings” that have complicated drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

As gas prices reach record highs, this decision will remove millions of acres from possible drilling.

The decision likely means the Biden administration will not hold a lease sale for offshore drilling this year.


The 75th World Health Assembly will be held May 22-28 at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Delegates from 194 nations will be in attendance and are set to vote on the Biden Administration’s amendments that will hand over national sovereignty and authority to the World Health Organization.

In January of 2022, without a formal statement or press briefing, the Biden Administration sent the World Health Organization extensive amendments to strengthen their power over the affairs of nations suspected of having a “health emergency."

The amendments would give the WHO ability to declare international health emergencies and nullify the powers of nation states by deleting a critical restriction in the regulations. “WHO shall consult with and attempt to obtain verification from the State Party in whose territory the event is allegedly occurring…”

While mainstream media has forced our attention to other crucial issues, has the pandemic crisis only been laying dormant? In February of this year, Bill Gates announced that another pandemic is all but certain.

“We’ll have another pandemic. It will be a different pathogen next time,” Gates said. “It’s not likely; I don’t want to be a voice of doom and gloom, but it's way above a 5% risk that this pandemic... we haven’t even seen the worst of it," he added.

If the WHO is granted these powers, given their pandering to the CCP during the last two years of the pandemic, will we see the same draconian lockdowns as witnessed in China?