The current whereabouts of Edward Snowden, the former US National Security Agency contractor wanted by the US for revealing highly classified surveillance programs, remained unclear on Wednesday. (June 26)
KeithL: It's not enough to our leaders that no ordinary American, no matter how much they study the situation, cannot understand why are we there. Or why we are handling it the way we are. Or why we are even opposed to Russia's viewpoint on what is best there, after all, they seen what we did in Libya and they are much closer to all of this. What Obama, Clinton and the other globalists appear to be doing in Aleppo and Syria in general is to be sticking to a losing strategy, with all their might.It's their fault (the globalist) that their is an ISIS in the first place as well as the humanitarian crisis. All created by typical politicians that will not entertain what is best for America. It's like, after their actions around the world in places from Libya to Iraq, they aren't just getting it wrong, but they are seeming to get it perfectly wrong and the Americans for a long time have basically said; "it's okay Mr President, we may not understand you, but we trust you are doing the right thing and have our best interests at heart and are therefore, with you!" Now what they are saying is quite different: "We don't trust you to meddle anymore in losing foreign battles and for that matter, we are ready to get along with Russia again".