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Europe accuses US of profiting from war ☞ POLITICO

“‘The fact is, if you look at it soberly, the country that is most profiting from this war is the U.S. because they are selling more gas and at higher prices, and because they are selling more weapons,’ one senior official told POLITICO. “

CIA Officer Frank Snepp

CIA Officer Frank Snepp Discusses Planting Stories in Vietnam (1983) – Video

Frank Snepp arrived in Vietnam in 1969 and stayed on until he was evacuated as Saigon fell in 1975.

He spent a good deal of time working with the press while there and developed the ability to plant stories in major media outlets like the New York Times, the New Yorker, the LA Times, Chicago Daily News and others that supported the Agency’s goals.

2023 Index of U.S. Military Strength ☞ The Heritage Foundation

“As currently postured, the U.S. military is at growing risk of not being able to meet the demands of defending America’s vital national interests. It is rated as weak relative to the force needed to defend national interests on a global stage against actual challenges in the world as it is rather than as we wish it were. This is the logical consequence of years of sustained use, underfunding, poorly defined priorities, wildly shifting security policies, exceedingly poor discipline in program execution, and a profound lack of seriousness across the national security establishment even as threats to U.S. interests have surged.”

Nearly 1 in 7 US kids has a mental health condition, and half go untreated, study says ☞ CNN

“The number of children with a mental health condition varied widely from state to state. In Hawaii, for example, 7.6% of children had one of the conditions, compared with 27.2% in Maine. The number of children with a diagnosed mental health condition who weren’t treated by a provider also ranged widely, from 29.5% in the District of Columbia to 72.2% in North Carolina.”

Dollar Tree to start charging $1.25 for its products

The end of Dollar Tree’s $1 pricing marks a turning point for the company. For 35 years, it sold products under its cheap pricing. The company’s shift in its pricing plan will allow it “to continue offering extreme value to customers.”

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