I really don't like invoking Adolph, and I don't like "swear words," especially in headlines. But today I'm hard pressed to avoid either, and so I'll just go with it.
The nation's premier corporate profit engines / social media giants are the ideal platforms for undermining the U.S. via the sowing of disintegration.
"The presidency will survive. The real question is what leads American presidents into the imperial temptation. When the American presidency conceives itself as the appointed savior of a world in which mortal danger requires rapid and incessant dep
imperialism - From February 11 - 16, he's visiting Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt and Kuwait - Israel and the West Bank not included on his itinerary.
New sanctions loom in the US-Russia standoff -- what does the spat mean for the world, and is there an end to it? We talked to Dr Mathew Burrows, the veteran CIA analyst and former National Intelligence Counselor.
Americans like to think of their country as different from those run by military regimes. They are only fooling themselves. Ever since the federal government was converted into a national-security state after World War II (without a constitutional am
The government of the United States is clearly in demonic hands. We are overflowing with proof. Take today (2-2-18) for example. A report from the House Intelligence Committee was released that is proof that the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the D
anti-war - Ending one year into the next promises likely worse times ahead than current dismal ones - the frigid weather in much of America a fitting accompaniment to reckless US policies at home and abroad.
Middle East - On November 4, Lebanese PM Saad Hariri resigned, claiming an Iranian-backed Hezbollah plot to assassinate him. Utter nonsense. Something else is going on.
OPCW - The Hague, Netherlands-based Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is charged with promoting and verifying adherence to the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Niger - Few Americans know anything about the country. They're minimally knowledgeable geographically about nations only when Washington goes to war.
Americans nowadays have a bad attitude towards presidents. Many people are denouncing Donald Trump as a dictator. But the real problem in this nation is the dictatorial illiteracy that has allowed modern presidents to commandeer far too much power.