A second summit meeting for the US and North Korea is reportedly scheduled to take place in Vietnam at the end of the month. Expert opinions on where these negotiations are headed range from the insightful to the incredibly naive, with mainstream media consumers consistently
When Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard announced her candidacy for the presidency on CNN last month, I had a feeling I'd be writing about her a fair bit. Not because I particularly want her to be president, but because I knew her candidacy would cause the
In a recent interview with The Corbett Report, the Ron Paul Institute's Daniel McAdams spoke disdainfully of those ostensibly anti-interventionist libertarians who picked this moment of all times to loudly and aggressively condemn Venezuela's president Maduro, just as the US power establishment is ramping up
My own Australia has of course joined the chorus of US lackeys who are refusing to recognize Venezuela's only legitimate and elected government, recognizing instead the presidency of some guy named Juan who decided to name himself Venezuela's president with the blessing of the United States
Isn't it fascinating how western journalists are suddenly rallying to attack the dangerous awful and horrifying epidemic of "Assad apologists" just as the western empire ramps up its longstanding regime change agenda against the Syrian government? Kinda sorta exactly the same way they began spontaneously
“Kindly let me help you or you will drown,” said the monkey putting the fish safely up a tree.
~ Alan Watts
"We've got to do something about Syria!" goes the common western refrain.Actually, no you don't."What? You're saying we should just do nothing??" goes the common
I’ve got a soft spot for Trump supporters. I disagree with them about a great many issues, they make a terrible mess out of my comments section whenever I write about feminism, and the socialists whose actual ideology I happen to align with give me
At the end of her interview yesterday on ABC’s This Week, Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard was asked by an incredulous George Stephanopoulos if it was a mistake for the United States to “take out” deceased Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and deceased Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
“It was, absolutely,” replied