James W. Douglass describes how, by 1963, JFK had made himself irredeemably odious to the dark powers of the intelligence community and the military-industrial complex.
This was not an inevitable or necessary outcome.
For the moment, economic sanctions are doing what they always do: giving Western leaders a lot of virtue signaling and public relations opportunities, but with little tangible result.
What coverage of the Russia-Ukraine conflict needs most are transparency, disclosure, and truth-telling. But we should not expect to get it.
Americans are not being told the truth about the war in Ukraine. We need to pull ourselves back from the brink before it is too late.
We’re responsible for the escalation to date, and we’re going to have to find a way to back ourselves out of the quagmire, before the unthinkable, a nuclear confrontation, destroys us all.
Gas prices are on the rise. Here’s why.
Who sabotaged the Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea, near the Danish island of Bornholm?
Congress has abdicated and handed over its power to undemocratic institutions run by officials neither elected by nor accountable to the electorate. If we fix that, maybe we can fix America.
Why sanctions against Russia aren’t in America’s interest.