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Biden’s State of the Union: Key Takeaways from the Wall Street Journal “The president emphasized the unified U.S. and world response to the Ukraine crisis, while laying out his efforts to fight inflation and the pandemic”
Biden touts courage of Ukraine, makes ‘clear’ US troops won’t engage in conflict “Biden made “clear” U.S. troops would not be engaged directly in the conflict, but instead, will defend NATO allies in the event Putin ‘decides to keep moving west.'” – FOX News
War Propaganda About Ukraine Becoming More Militaristic, Authoritarian, and Reckless Glen Greenwald opines on SubStack.
Thanks to Biden’s war on energy, Putin wins From Economist Steven Moore in the NY Post “Just last week, his administration put new restrictions on building liquefied-natural-gas terminals in the United States, which are needed to liquefy our abundant (and clean) natural gas and place it in tankers to be shipped to Europe and the rest of the world. The cancellation of oil and gas pipelines, such as the Keystone XL, and gas-drilling permits in Alaska, Texas and other oil-rich states have also lowered our domestic production.”
Hoover 2022 Poll: How Do We Perceive Each Other? The second annual Hoover poll on the State of the Union concluded, like the first, that the divide between parties had not lessened during President Biden’s first year. From Real Clear Politics
What is a thermobaric bomb? Barbaric and outlawed by the Geneva Convention.
Ukrainian cyber resistance group targets Russian power grid, railways “A Ukrainian cyber guerrilla warfare group plans to launch digital sabotage attacks against critical Russian infrastructure such as railways and the electricity grid, to strike back at Moscow over its invasion, a hacker team coordinator told Reuters.”
Pelosi suggests Biden’s approval rating low because Americans uninformed “House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., suggested Tuesday that Americans are uninformed about President Biden’s agenda and what he has worked to do in the White House, but concluded that those who call the United States home are “blessed” to have him as president.“
Russia Pursues Full-Scale Shelling of Ukrainian Cities As the offensive seems to slow and Russian troops meet more resistance than expected, Putin begins taking his frustration out on Ukrainian civilians.