...Remember, Putin and Russia are hurting both on the battlefield and economically at home as the bills of war do add up while sanctions placed are hurting. War is indeed an expensive game to play both in blood and treasure, meaning that war cannot go on forever. Exit options are not just about “saving face” but about the reality being that's it's better to negotiate and settle than to outright lose in war. This is truly the place Putin now finds himself in even though he will not admit it, while Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his forces have most of the world on their side. Simply, better to negotiate the best possible “out” then to blow us all up...something I think that even Vladimir Putin would dare not do.So what can Israel offer as a peacemaker that others could not? The answer is really quite simple in that by Israel's having avoided taking public positions as to where they stand in regards to this war, Israel has been able to work behind the scenes with all parties involved for while it silently bolsters Ukraine, Israel has not alienated Putin nor Russia. In other words, in Israel's looking out for Israel they have also succeeded in...Read more here.
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Tuesday, February 28, 2023
A letter sent to Biden's USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack on Monday led by House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-NY) notes "deep concerns" about the memo's revelations and slams the USDA for showing a "complete lack of accountability and oversight of foreign acquisition of U.S. agricultural land."
Stefanik's letter — signed
by more than 25 of her fellow House Republicans — explains that the
Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act...Read more and see video here.
The law ended Disney's self-government of the county-like Reedy Creek Improvement District and removed exemptions from state building and fire codes as well as regulatory reviews.
DeSantis also heralded
the legislation for providing more transparency, ensuring that Disney
pays its fair share of taxes, and ending Disney's preferential treatment
compared to other companies doing business in Florida. The
changes noted by DeSantis include a requirement that Disney to pay its
municipal debts, rather than those balances being passed on to Sunshine
State taxpayers. Read more, see tweets and video here.
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