Is it possible that American foreign policy, rather than exporting democracy and building nations, has in fact been fomenting terrorism and destroying countries? Bob Hennelly examines the disturbing evidence.
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If you’d invested a trillion dollars in something, you’d definitely want a positive return. Yet the latest iteration of the military industrial complex, exemplified by the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, seems only to have produced more war, more terrorism, more surveillance and more presidential protection blunders. You can blame it on 9/11, but the blueprints were already there.
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The annual Ridenhour Prizes are the one day whistleblowers get their due .
Nevada Legislature First in US With Majority Women ; Driverless Cars Start Delivering Groceries …and More Picks 12/21
Dangerous trends in 129 transitioning and developing countries are strikingly similar to those in the US.
Syrians return home because exile so awful, EU Parliament clears path for Snowden asylum, FBI Director warns against criticizing police for brutality, and more Picks.
President Donald Trump loves the world’s strongmen for their power, preeminence, and the deference that surrounds them. They love him for his spin.
The Trump administration’s decision to block extending the temporary immigration status of hundreds of thousands of people living in the US threatens to turn lives upside down. The final decision on whether the administration’s orders stand is currently being fought in the courts and Congress.
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In February, Iran will hold elections that could determine the country’s future — and the future of the rest of the world, especially that of the US.
For 6 days, Brussels was on a lockdown as police hunted a suspected accomplice (Salah Abdeslam) in the Paris attacks. The lockdown, which cost the Belgian city an estimated €51.7 million a day, failed to locate Abdeslam. Now, reports have emerged indicating that Abdeslam “might have been taking his ease in a public place in […]