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by Paul Craig Roberts | Nov 9, 2018 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
The presstitutes are only upset about Sessions being fired because his recusal from the Russiagate investigation enabled Mueller to go beyond his mandate.
by Jamie Shenk | Nov 9, 2018 | Americas, News & Analysis, Politics, US
If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result, Trump’s drug policy is certifiable.
by Ramzy Baroud | Nov 7, 2018 | News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
Israel has imprisoned Khalida Jarrar because her intelligence and respect for international law threaten its occupation regime.
by Ramzy Baroud | Nov 2, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Palestine, Politics, Viewpoints
China’s policymakers mistakenly assume that their country can be pro-Palestine and pro-Israel at once, criticizing the occupation while also sustaining it.
by Jeremy R. Hammond | Nov 2, 2018 | Editor's Picks, News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
The significance of the 1917 Balfour Declaration is that it determined a policy by which Great Britain would facilitate the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Oct 30, 2018 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
The absence of unity makes it easy for the ruling oligarchy to achieve its material interests at the expense of the welfare of the American people.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Oct 25, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Middle East, Politics, US, Viewpoints
Evil has achieved dominance over good so that avarice and lawlessness will escalate their destruction of truth, peoples, and life on earth.
by Obaidullah Burhani | Oct 25, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Essays, Politics
Worsening inequalities, criminality, and political corruption is keeping ordinary Afghans impoverished while lining the pockets of the state’s cronies.
by Dan Steinbock | Oct 25, 2018 | Americas, Asia Pacific, Economy, News & Analysis, US
The era of post-1945 multilateralism is fading. After the revised NAFTA, Trump’s dream is U.S.-dominated world trade and the ‘America First’ Asian Century.
by David Swanson | Oct 24, 2018 | Culture, US, Viewpoints
Of course white nationalism is a problem, but not just because it’s white — also because of the nationalism.
by Ramzy Baroud | Oct 24, 2018 | News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
As Israeli writer Orly Noy has observed, by targeting schools, Israel is forcing Palestinians to choose between their land and their children’s futures.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Oct 23, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Politics, US, Viewpoints
President Trump’s withdrawal from the INF Treaty heightens the risk of nuclear war in service of the military/security complex and neocon warmongers.
by Jeremy R. Hammond | Oct 22, 2018 | Middle East, News & Analysis, Politics, US
Max Fisher in the New York Times purports to explain why thousands of dead Yemenis haven’t sparked US outrage. Instead, he goes out of his way not to.
by Jeremy R. Hammond | Oct 19, 2018 | Editor's Picks, News & Analysis, Science, US
A Washington Post article maligning people who don’t get a flu shot shows how the media’s reporting on vaccines is public policy advocacy, not journalism.
by Dan Steinbock | Oct 19, 2018 | Economy, Editor's Picks, News & Analysis, Palestine
In the quest to change Israel’s very nature, the Netanyahu government is pushing Palestinians to an edge—with the support of the Trump White House.
by Ramzy Baroud | Oct 17, 2018 | Palestine, Politics, US, Viewpoints
Considering the violations of human rights committed by Israel during Nikki Haley’s time at the UN, her relentless defense of Israel is no laughing matter.
by Dan Steinbock | Oct 15, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Economy, News & Analysis, US
As US trade war damage is spreading, markets reflect an elusive calm before a potential storm.
by Ramzy Baroud | Oct 10, 2018 | Palestine, Politics, Viewpoints
Nassir was the 34th child to be killed in cold-blood since the protests commenced, and will unlikely be the last to die.
by Dan Steinbock | Oct 10, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Economy, News & Analysis, US
As Trump tariffs continue to spread, an ideological war of words is redressing harsh protectionist realities. What is the state of Chinese growth amid the US tariffs? And what is the impact of the trade wars on global economic prospects?
by Paul Craig Roberts | Oct 8, 2018 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
Instead of using the opportunity to find out if Kavanaugh stood for liberty or unbridled executive power, feminist harpies indulged in an orgy of man-hate.
by Daniel Haverty | Oct 8, 2018 | Europe, News & Analysis, Politics
A proposed plan for Kosovo and Serbia to swap territory would only inflame deeply-held tensions. Allowing more local autonomy is a better solution.
by Editor | Oct 6, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Europe, News & Analysis, Politics, US
British presstitute Luke Harding, author of the book “Collusion”, claims there’s proof Trump colluded with Putin to win the election, but gets busted lying.
by Richard Falk | Oct 6, 2018 | News & Analysis, Politics, US
The worst offenders of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty are the nuclear weapons states who abuse it to maintain their own dominance over other nations.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Oct 6, 2018 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
Identity Politics has taken over public and private universities and the public school system, diverting resources away from education to thought-policing.