Final US soldiers pack up and prepare to leave Bagram Air Base after defending it for 20 years as Taliban sweep across Afghanistan where 2,312 American died and US military spent $816bn
Lengthy and thoughtful reflection on the senselessness of a hideous war by ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern
Scott interviews Ben Suitt about his work about veteran suicides for Brown University's Cost of War Project. Suitt conservatively estimates that about 30,000 veterans of America's terror wars have taken their own lives, a truly astonishing number
Last week the US House voted to repeal the 2002 authorization to attack Iraq. After nineteen years and perhaps a million dead Iraqis, nothing was achieved by the war but death and destruction. Has Washington learned its lesson? Also today, WHO says n
Weapons deployments to be reduced in several countries
This week witnessed the first Israeli airstrikes on Gaza since the May truce struck with Hamas after 11 days of fighting and exchange of thousands of rockets and airstrikes.
In today's edition of The Redpill Series, James Corbett joins Patrick MacFarlane on the Liberty Weekly podcast for a hard-hitting, information-packed and wide-ranging conversation on the 2D China vs. US war narrative that is being steered by the wa
The Pentagon Papers, officially titled "Report of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force", was commissioned by Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara in 1967.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- An Iranian destroyer and support vessel are now sailing in the Atlantic Ocean in a rare mission far from the Islamic Republic, Iran's state TV reported on Thursday, without offering the vessels' final destinat
A 100 day review of US policy toward China has determined - surprise! - that not only is China the top threat, but that the Pentagon needs to stop jawboning the threat and start acting on it...whatever that means. The policy review was conducted by a
America's continued post-Cold War commitment to extended deterrence risks losing U.S. cities to other nations' fights.
Vice President Kamala Harris spent the weekend under fire from Republicans, which of course means that Kamala Harris spent the weekend being criticized for the most silly, vapid reason you could possibly criticize Kamala Harris for.
What fuels most wars? Today, we get a history lesson from Doug along with a discussion of the recent cyber attacks on pipelines and food supply chains.
It's Memorial day and we honor that faceless avatar "our war dead." Contrarily, I have my war dead and their faces haunt me. My experiences rather expose war and our military as farce.
It was a misguided effort from the start, built on lies and false idealism, and it has left a bloody legacy.
The idea is probably as old as the Pharaohs, maybe even as old as Homo Erectus. Whenever and wherever old men have sent young men off to die, sooner or later someone has suggested that the old men should go first.
Donald Trump wanted to bring American troops home, but Washington's perpetual war lobby dug deep to defeat him, and us.
Scott talks to Max Blumenthal about the true state of affairs between Israel and Palestine, which you won't hear about in most mainstream media sources.
In the time since Biden and Harris have been in power, after they stole the election from President Trump, things have gotten much worse than before the election.
The U.S. approved a massive $735 million sale in weapons to Israel on Monday which comes as the nation has battled against Palestinian terror attacks for more than a week.
Ron Paul on the floor of the House telling the truth as usual.
The latest outbreak of death and destruction between Israel and Palestinians should cause Americans to reflect on an important question:
The fourth war between Israel and Palestine escalated on Sunday when Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City flattened three buildings and killed at least 42 people, Palestinian medics said.
After blocking two statements at the UN Security Council on the ongoing Israeli violence against Palestinians, the US objected to a planned meeting on the Israeli bombing campaign in Gaza that was to be held publicly on Friday.
There are two separate Sheikh Jarrah stories. One is read about and watched on the news, the other receives little media coverage or due analysis.
Beltway policymakers are routinely threatening war with Beijing without seriously considering the possibility of losing.
Tim, Ian, and Lydia host congressional candidate and former movie producer Robby Starbuck to look at the current situation in Israel.
update (3:56pm): Israel's Channel 12 is reporting that a 5:00 (local time) emergency Security Cabinet meeting has approved increasing strikes against Hamas:
US, French and Japanese soldiers have begun their first-ever joint military exercise in the southwest of Japan, with Australia also joining the week-long drill as tensions between China and other countries in the region intensify.
Years ago concerned with Washington's growing provocation of Russia, I made the remark in a column that Hitler, like Napoleon, destroyed himself by marching off into Russia.