Carlin: Wall Street Owns Washington


Tensions remain high between the United States and Russia after Moscow approved the asylum request made by NSA leaker Edward Snowden. But even as US President Barack Obama drops plans to meet with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, the countries’ foreign reps met this week to discuss relations. Gayane Chichakyan recaps this week’s meeting between US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, where the two statesmen weighed in on the “collisions” caused by disagreements among superpowers.

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  • Greg Burton

    …and they certainly will, if Israel has anything to do with it.

    • TruthNotOUT

      Good news for the rest of the free World! This could be a nuclear war which will do significant damage to the USA.

      We just love nukes – if they are used on a terrorist entity like US.