Robert Bridge

American writer and journalist.

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April 27, 2023
Is It Time for Unemployed Tucker Carlson to Enter the U.S. Political Fray?

Tragic as that may be for his legion of listeners, Carlson now has a chance to not only question America, but to change it.

February 9, 2023
ChatGPT: Who Will Guard AI From the Woke Guardians?

It is only when humans get their hands on technology that it has the ability to become a threat to society.

October 11, 2022
Kiev Learns the Hard Way: Terrorism Doesn’t Pay

Considering the other alternatives that await the Ukrainian people, it seems that making immediate peace with Moscow is the obvious course of action.

September 29, 2022
Should Europeans ‘Thank’ the Americans for Destroying Nord Stream?

Europe should have heeded the advice of Henry Kissinger: “To be an enemy of the U.S. is dangerous, but to be a friend is fatal.”

September 8, 2022
Will U.S. Collapse Because Americans ‘Too Fat and Criminal’ to Defend Country?

How the U.S. military will find the man power to fill its ranksьis a herculean problem that promises to haunt army brass for many years.

August 16, 2022
The Deep State War Against Trump Is a War Against the World

Trump is merely a messenger attempting to wake us to an evil that threatens to destroy everything good and decent in the world, Robert Bridge writes.

August 11, 2022
Has America’s Patience With George Soros Finally Run Out?

“If you would know who controls you,” Tacitus, the Roman historian and politician once advised, “see who you may not criticize.”

July 28, 2022
Who’s Pushing Serbia to Be a ‘NATO Foot Soldier’ Against Russia?

Serbian Interior Minister reveals that a major foreign agency has been pressing him to change his official stance on Russia and China.

July 19, 2022
Tony Blair’s Response to a Multi-Polar World Should Surprise Nobody

Western leaders would sooner drag down the entire planet than surrender their fever dream of a one-world political system.

July 11, 2022
U.S. Secret Service Chief Takes Silicon Valley Job. What Could Go Wrong?

With civil liberties now on the line, the revolving door that exists between the U.S. intelligence and private sector needs to be closed down.