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The Police and the Pentagon Are Bringing Our Wars Home

Uniformed U.S. soldiers occupied the center of the city, where an armored personnel carrier was stationed at a major intersection. Was it Kabul or Atlanta? A US military helicopter hovered over crowds of unarmed civilians, its down-drafts whipping debris and broken glass into their faces. Was it Mogadishu or Washington, D.C.? Armed, uniformed men surrounded … Continue reading "The Police and the Pentagon Are Bringing Our Wars Home"

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Sovereignty Mockery: Drone Tyranny at Home and Abroad

Take it from a penitent practitioner of drone warfare: Americans do not want these devices hovering over their cities. Only it’s already a reality. Literally as I type, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is flying a predator drone over Minneapolis, surveilling people protesting the police execution of George Floyd. Almost certainly, this particular prototype isn’t … Continue reading "Sovereignty Mockery: Drone Tyranny at Home and Abroad"

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New ICC Complaint Filed Over US-Israel War Crimes in Palestine

A prominent Canadian human rights lawyer has submitted a request to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate senior US and Israeli officials for alleged war crimes committed against the Palestinian people. William Schabas, a professor of international law at Middlesex University in London, filed a lengthy Article 15 communication with the ICC’s Office of … Continue reading "New ICC Complaint Filed Over US-Israel War Crimes in Palestine"

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The Russian Bounties Hoax

There’s no reason for you to accept the story about the Russian military paying Afghan militants to kill American troops in Afghanistan. The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post all started this controversy late last week with incredibly thin stories. They did not even pretend to claim that it was true the … Continue reading "The Russian Bounties Hoax"

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New York Times Deploys Heavy Gun to Back ‘Intel’ on Russian Bounties

The New York Times is pulling out all the stops in promoting its dubious story on Russia offering bounty for dead U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. Wednesday’s installment, a “news analysis” by Times veteran writers David E. Sanger and Eric Schmitt, treats the allegations that Russia paid Taliban or Taliban-related terrorists to kill US troops as … Continue reading "New York Times Deploys Heavy Gun to Back ‘Intel’ on Russian Bounties"

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Who To Believe on Afghan Intelligence: CIA, NSA, or Pentagon?

Digging below the" bombshell" headlines and MSM chyrons on the current Russian-bounty-on-US-soldiers in Afghanistan allegations, it seems three separate US government (USG) agencies – the CIA, the National Security Agency (NSA), and the Pentagon – have different assessments as to the veracity of this story. To ascertain which assessments are most reliable, one has to … Continue reading "Who To Believe on Afghan Intelligence: CIA, NSA, or Pentagon?"

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Trump’s Record on Foreign Policy: Lost Wars, New Conflicts, and Broken Promises

On June 13, President Donald Trump told the graduating class at West Point, "We are ending the era of endless wars." That is what Trump has promised since 2016, but the "endless" wars have not ended. Trump has dropped more bombs and missiles than George W. Bush or Barack Obama did in their first terms, … Continue reading "Trump’s Record on Foreign Policy: Lost Wars, New Conflicts, and Broken Promises"

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