Category Archives: Russia

Bipartisan U.S. resolve paying off in Ukraine

With the election of Derrick Van Orden, a retired Navy Seal with five combat tours to the Wisconsin delegation, there should be more of a united front in favor of the “U.S. investment” in defeating Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. … Read the rest

Retreat from Kherson: a sobering reality for Putin

The humiliating defeat Vladimir Putin suffered in his army’s retreat from Kherson was a war-changing victory for Ukrainian warriors and their western allies. There’s lot more to it than the reclamation of one regional capital. The retreat of the Russian … Read the rest

Close Ranks Against Weakened Putin

With 535 Americans in the U.S. Congress, you have to concede that there is a small percentage who haven’t read or understood much history on how great evil can descend on the world if power-mad leaders like Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini … Read the rest

Allied support could push Putin to exit

It is reassuring that the Wisconsin congressional delegation and Congress in general has stayed in a bipartisan mode when it comes to defying Russia in defense of the Ukrainian democracy. Republicans and Democrats don’t agree much anymore on big ticket … Read the rest

Russia now on defensive in Ukraine

Unique in an era of volatile international politics, the unswerving leadership and commitment of the Biden Administration, the U.S. Congress and our Western allies have put Russia on the defensive in Ukraine. The war is far from over as Putin’s … Read the rest

American HIMARS changing outlook for Ukrainian war

Seventy per cent of Russian attacks on Ukraine are now reported to be against civilian targets – apartment buildings, schools, universities, medical facilities, neighborhoods and shopping centers. Of late, the Russian’s shellings and missile strikes have landed in many parts … Read the rest

GOP shaky on Ukraine; Wisconsin delegation hangs tough

It is not often in life that Americans are presented with a black and white choice between good and unmitigated evil, between war and peace. Such is the weight of the strategic decision to stand with heroic Ukrainians and their … Read the rest

Ukraine, NATO cannot let Putin win

The sinking of the flagship cruiser Moskva, the pride of the Russian navy, could prove to be a turning point, not only in the showdown in Ukraine between one insane autocrat and an entire citizenry of liberty-loving people, but also … Read the rest

Glory-seeking Putin must be defeated

I am so gut-level angry at Vladimir Putin and his enabling Russian hierarchy (not the Russian people in general) that I have a hard time thinking straight. We are dealing with a despot who doesn’t care if he goes down … Read the rest

Why the invasion: Putin’s sick mind

As people around the world watch the destruction of vital parts of peaceful Ukraine by Russian invasion forces, they are universally asking, “Why is Putin doing this?” Ukraine is no offensive threat to Russia. Ukraine is not an economic threat; … Read the rest