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It’s Official: US Funding Al Qaeda and Taliban

| August 4, 2013

At Least 43 Reconstruction Contracts Going to Terrorist Groups It’s extremely ironic for the US State Department to be issuing travel alerts for US citizens in the Middle East and North Africa the same week we learn that the Pentagon is contracting with Al Qaeda and Taliban supporters to carry out Afghan reconstruction projects. Tony […]

Boston Bombers: All in the CIA Family

| April 27, 2013

  According to Daniel Hopsicker in MadCow Morning News, it turns out Ruslan Tsarni, the uncle of the two alleged Boston bombers, was married to the daughter of former top CIA official Graham Fuller. Uncle Ruslan, in turn, had a decade-long business relationship with Halliburton, the oil company/defense contractor formerly run by Dick Cheney that […]

Provocative Documentary By Woody Harrelson

| April 13, 2013

Ethos Peter McGrain 2011 Film Review The hour-long documentary Ethos, narrated by actor/activist Woody Harrelson, is now available free online. In my opinion, it has powerful take home lessons for Americans across the political spectrum. Largely because it addresses what I view as the two main obstacles to political change in the US 1) the […]

Ron Paul on Ending the Tragedy in Gaza

| December 2, 2012

Retiring Congressman Ron Paul, former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, comes down on the same side as many progressives on the Israeli occupation of Palestine. A recent post on his website, reiterates comments he made when was president about Gaza being nothing but a vast concentration camp. It has never mattered to Paul which […]

Petraeus Resignation Linked to Iran

| November 20, 2012

Writing at ConsortiumNews.com, long time investigative reporter Robert Parry reveals that Petraeus would have been sacked if he hadn’t resigned. Quoting political and intelligence insiders, he makes a strong case that Bush’s favorite general had a long history of undermining Obama’s peace initiatives in the Middle East. As an example, Parry discloses how Petraeus and […]

Britain Declines to Support US Military Action Against Iran

| November 7, 2012

A recent article in the Guardian reveals that Britain has denied a US request to use bases in the UK, Cyprus, Ascension Island or Diego Garcia for either military or air support of an attack on Iran. Government spokespersons cite secret legal advice, drafted by the attorney general’s office and circulated to Downing Street, the […]

Nothing is What It Seems

| October 23, 2012

If video won’t play go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-p_NretS7To Brilliant news summary by Wide Awake News anchor Charlie McGrath. McGrath reminds us that the garbage the mainstream media feeds us regarding the US political system, the US economy and the war on terror is nothing but a tissue of lies. It’s stuff like this that reminds us […]

The US Military Returns to Iraq

| October 3, 2012

From the New York Times – go to paragraph 15 on page 2: Despite the highly publicized withdrawal of US troops last December, recently a unit of Special Operations soldiers was quietly deployed to Iraq to “advise on counter terrorism and help with intelligence.” Meanwhile Iraq and the United States are negotiating an agreement that […]

Assange Seeks Transfer to Stockholm

| September 23, 2012

According to the New Zealand Herald, Ecuador’s Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino proposed on Friday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange be Ecuador’s embassy in Stockholm. In this scenario, Assange would remain under Ecuadorian protection while undergoing questioning about sexual assault allegations. Patino also hinted to “new” developments in the Swedish case, stating “several elements of proof […]

Britain Cuts Defense Force by 20%

| July 7, 2012

In an effort to reduce its debt burden, Britain plans to cut its defense force by 20% by 2020. In announcing the UK’s plans to cut 102,000 to 82,000 military personnel, Secretary of State for Defence Philip Hammon signaled his intention to withdraw all British troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2014, despite noises […]