Trump Is Anti-Environment, But So Was Obama By
While the incoming Trump administration shows a callous disregard for the environment, liberals have conveniently forgotten that some of the most disastrous environmental and public health crises in U.S. history have occurred on President
South Sudan: US Empire Stirs Violent Brew Of Blood & Oil As China Threatens Western Hegemony By
The entire history of South Sudan, the world's youngest nation, is one of greed, blood and death. Sadly, this is all too common in Africa, where the U.S.-NATO Empire must always have the last laugh.
Stop Trump! Stop Clinton! Stop The Madness (And Let Me Off)! By
Were it only the fact that a corporate imperialist sociopath and a raving pseudo-fascist gasbag are competing to become the Murderer-in-Chief, one could simply retreat to the friendly confines of the Hobson’s Choice Inn.
Ajamu Baraka, “Uncle Tom,” And The Pathology Of White Liberal Racism By
Ajamu Baraka is not vilified for calling Obama an Uncle Tom. He is vilified for refusing not to.
NYPD Commissioner Bratton Resigns, Takes Job With Pro-Clinton, Pro-Israel Firm By
As he moves into his new position at Teneo Holdings, Bratton will go from enforcing ‘broken windows’ to rubbing elbows with those gathered at the nexus between law enforcement, the national security state, the military-industrial complex, and U.S.-U.K.-NATO foreign policy.
Russia Won’t Hack US Voting Machines, That’s America’s Job By
Given all the information about US voting machines, one has to wonder whether the avalanche of accusations about Russian hacking isn’t just the preparatory stage for a massive vote fraud campaign.
Erdogan’s Checkmate: CIA-Backed Coup In Turkey Fails, Upsets Global Chessboard By
For Washington, Erdogan has proven to an unreliable ally at best, and a dangerous political manipulator at worst. So, as with so many leaders who came to be seen that way by the US political elites, he had to go.
Freedom For Saif al-Islam Gaddafi! Freedom For Libya! By
In a convoluted political picture, one must see beyond simply “good guys” and “bad guys,” and instead understand that while there are indeed good guys and bad guys, some of the good guys are sometimes bad, while some of the bad guys are sometimes good.
Syria, ISIS, And The US-UK Propaganda War By
Indeed, if the ongoing war in Syria, and the conflicts of the post-Arab Spring period generally, have taught us anything, it is the power of propaganda and public relations to shape narratives which in turn impact political events.