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Gorgon Stare: A “Persistent Eye in the Sky” May Be Coming to a City Near You

The military and the drone manufacturers, principally General Atomics, are arguing that the technology has advanced far enough that flying 79-ft. wingspan, six-ton drones over populated areas and alongside commercial air traffic is safe.

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Why is the US Government Using Stolen Cash To Pay Doctors in Venezuela?

The US government is using cash stolen from the Venezuelan government as part of a hearts and minds campaign on behalf of opposition figure Juan Guaidó.

Why is the US Government Using Stolen Cash To Pay Doctors in Venezuela?

Venezuelan doctors currently fighting COVID-19 are receiving funding from an unlikely source: U.S. backed coup leader Juan Guaidó. Health workers, who sometimes earn less than $20 per month, are receiving $100 dollars monthly from the self-declared president of Venezuela. Where is Guaidó getting all this money from? The U.S. government, who, in

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Belarus: A Catalyst for Regime Change and the Peace Alternative

Opposition elements in Belarus have long planned to use the September 9 presidential election as a catalyst for regime change, and thanks to broad and genuine discontent with president Lukashenko, they might just succeed.

Belarus: A Catalyst for Regime Change and the Peace Alternative

Back in the 1970s, the left, and even many liberals, were clear that Nixon’s dropping of napalm on Vietnamese villages was an abomination. By the 1990s, some thought Bill Clinton’s bombing of Yugoslavia was, perhaps, Read Full Article

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Roger D. Harris

Roger D. Harris

Roger D. Harris a is board member for the 32-year-old anti-imperialist human rights organization Task Force on the Americas. He was an election observer in Venezuela for both of Maduro’s elections, most recently on a delegation with Venezuela Analysis and the Intrepid News Fund.

Decades Later, America’s Meddling in Colombia is Still Costing Lives

From the drug war to Plan Colombia to support for right-wing paramilitary groups, decades of US interference in Colombia has caused so much instability that to this day, the country is still reeling from it.

Decades Later, America’s Meddling in Colombia is Still Costing Lives

On a warm Tuesday morning earlier this month in Llano Verde, an eastern suburb of the city of Cali, five Afro-Colombian children decided to leave their homes to take advantage of the fine weather to spend some time outside. They would never return. Only a few hours later, they were found dead; their bodies burned, cut to pieces with machetes and

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Lee Camp: How News of a Cure for Cancer Got Lost in Our Nightly Political Theater

They found a way to detect cancer years before symptoms arise. Hypothetically this could save millions upon millions of lives. So why is it not plastered all over our nightly news?

Lee Camp: How News of a Cure for Cancer Got Lost in Our Nightly Political Theater

Donald Trump speeches. Celebrity tweets. Corporate news repetition. Chaos. Vapidity. Manufactured dissent. Graphic fighting sports. This is what fills our field of vision. It consumes our thoughts, overflows our brains with anti-intellectual mud. Yet most of these things are the bug splatter across the windshield. They are not the actual

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