Decline and Fall of the US Empire: Lawrence Wilkerson Discusses Afghanistan Pull-Out

As the national conversation on Afghanistan turns to what the country’s future holds, Adley and Wilkerson have a frank discussion about the U.S. empire, war profiteers and the status of the War on Terror.

Decline and Fall of the US Empire: Lawrence Wilkerson Discusses Afghanistan Pull-Out

 After 20 years of war and occupation that have caused the deaths of almost a quarter of a million people and displaced 5.9 million more, the

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Actor Michael Malarkey on Israel-Palestine and Why More Celebrities Don’t Speak Out

“I think we’re at this very interesting and important place in our human history, where we are awakening.” — Michael Malarkey

Actor Michael Malarkey on Israel-Palestine and Why More Celebrities Don’t Speak Out

The new MintPress podcast “The Watchdog,” hosted by British-Iraqi hip-hop artist Lowkey, closely examines organizations about which it is in the public interest to know -- including intelligence, lobby and special-interest groups influencing policies that infringe on free speech

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The Finders: Harmless Cult or CIA-Linked Child Traffickers? A Discussion with Elizabeth Vos

The case and the subsequent alleged CIA coverup has led to all manner of wild speculations about who and what The Finders were. But there is good reason to believe that the official story that they were merely a harmless — if odd — cult is likely not the whole truth.

The Finders: Harmless Cult or CIA-Linked Child Traffickers? A Discussion with Elizabeth Vos

It’s a story that has captivated many for over three decades. In 1987, locals in Tallahassee, Florida alerted police to a strange incident in a local park. Six dirty, hungry and poorly clothed kids — almost resembling feral children — were in the custody of two extremely sharply dressed men. Both men were questioned but later released by police,

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Calling Sanctions by Their Name: Rania Khalek on US Mideast Genocide

Critics of sanctions argue that they are a blatant breach of international law and that they are a new form of economic warfare.

Calling Sanctions by Their Name: Rania Khalek on US Mideast Genocide

 Around one quarter of the world lives in countries under unilateral United States sanctions. While American government officials insist that sanctions are targeted at officials committing human rights abuses in foreign

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SpyCops: How the UK Police Infiltrated Over 1,000 Political Groups

As part of their false personas, many officers entered romantic relationships with politcal activists, leading to the births of a number of children whose mothers were completely unaware of their partners’ double lives.

SpyCops: How the UK Police Infiltrated Over 1,000 Political Groups

 The new MintPress podcast, “The Watchdog,” hosted by British-Iraqi hip-hop artist Lowkey, closely examines organizations about which it is in the public interest to know -- including intelligence, lobby and special-interest groups influencing policies that infringe on free

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The Making of Two Political Prisoners: Daniel Hale and Craig Murray

“U.S. prosecutors didn’t get what they wanted in their vindictive Espionage Act prosecution against Daniel Hale. They wanted 9 years in prison, especially since he succeeded in convincing many he is a conscientious soul. But 45 months is still 45 months too many.” — Kevin Gosztola, “Shadowproof”

The Making of Two Political Prisoners: Daniel Hale and Craig Murray

Earlier this week, drone whistleblower Daniel Hale was sentenced to 45 months in federal prison as punishment for leaking documents that revealed the extent of U.S. war crimes in Afghanistan. Hale, a 33-year-old resident of Nashville, Tennessee was

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Pegasus is Just the Tip of the Israeli Cyber Spying Iceberg, with Whitney Webb

Investigative journalist Whitney Webb joins MIntCast to discuss Pegasus, Toka, and the global Israeli cyberspying network.

Pegasus is Just the Tip of the Israeli Cyber Spying Iceberg, with Whitney Webb

 Edward Snowden has called it “the story of the year.” An Israeli spying company has been caught selling software to authoritarian regimes that have used it to surveil more than 50,000 people worldwide. That company is NSO, founded in 2010 by former members of Unit 8200,

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