How Saudi & Gulf Money Fuel Terrorism By
With the death toll in the Paris terror attacks still rising, French President Hollande is condemning an “act of war” by the Islamic State, but the underlying reality is that France’s rich friends in the Persian Gulf are key accomplices in the mayhem.
Selling Ignorance: How Ben Carson And Donald Trump Finance Their Campaigns By
“When nearly 25 percent of the population happily celebrates Independence Day every July 4, without knowing from whom the U.S. gained its independence, there doesn’t seem to be much for a serious candidate to work with.”
Who Really Supports The Troops? By
Who really supports the troops? Those who merely say they support them while refusing to criticize the militarism that imperils them, or those who vocally oppose militarism while trying to convince families, friends, neighbors, and total strangers to join them in opposition?
The Pentagon Is Pushing Americans Toward Another Vietnam In Syria By
Washington is about to revive 'another Vietnam,' US political analyst Phil Butler warns, commenting on President Obama's recent decision to deploy American "boots on the ground" in Syria.
J K Rowling Hands The Sorcerer’s Stone To The Israeli Occupation By
The novelist's comments on the campaign for cultural engagement added insult to the injury of the Palestinian plight.
The Revolt Against ‘Democracy’ By
Plutocrats, political operatives, and behind-the-scenes fixers have manipulated the apparatus of “democracy” to their advantage, maintaining their monopoly on the reins of power. Yet that monopoly is now being effectively challenged, not only here but all over the world.
Fear Of The Walking Dead: The American Police State Takes Aim By
While zombies may be the personification of our darkest fears, they embody the government’s paranoia about the citizenry as potential threats that need to be monitored, tracked, surveilled, sequestered, deterred, vanquished and rendered impotent.
Mint Press, Anti-Media, Counter Current News, And Others Implied To Be On Assad’s Payroll By
The implication is buried in a rant that bemoans the named outlets’ habit of criticizing US efforts for regime change.
Silence On Rising Anti-Muslim Sentiment Is Racist And Un-American By
Our political apparatus is a key culprit in this state of affairs, claiming essentially that America should exclude Muslims from the definition of what it means to be American.