Trump: Rhetoric vs. Reality – Antiwar.com Original

October 9, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

With Donald Trump in the White House, merrily tweeting whatever disruptive and disturbing sentiments erupt from his consciousness in the early morning hours, hysteria has become the default condition of our pundit class. Trump tweets that “only one thing” can stop Korean despot Kim Jong-un’s nuclear pyrotechnics, and the editorialists swing into action, while the … Continue reading “Trump: Rhetoric vs. Reality”

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The Campaign To Rein In the Internet – Antiwar.com Original

October 5, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

The latest “news” about Russia-gate is the contention that “Russian-linked” ad buyers purchased $100,000 worth of targeted Facebook ads during the 2016 presidential election. For the most part these ads didn’t urge support for any particular candidate, but, we’re told, they were “divisive,” “controversial,” and definitely Not Very Nice. So what did the ads say? … Continue reading “The Campaign To Rein In the Internet”

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Catalonia: What’s Next? – Antiwar.com Original

October 2, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

As the Spanish government reveals the true nature of its “democratic” pretensions, injuring hundreds in an effort to stop Catalans from voting, one thing is clear: Catalonia is no longer Spanish. In the very effort to prevent the referendum Madrid has handed the victory to the separatists: this is what the sight of Spanish police … Continue reading “Catalonia: What’s Next?”

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Propaganda and the Catalonia Referendum – Antiwar.com Original

September 28, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

The laziness of journalists is legendary. Especially these days, when the line between journalist and propagandist has been blurred, the many ways in which these scribblers take shortcuts and otherwise seek to make their jobs less strenuous have been greatly increased. While outright plagiarism used to be the favored method, with the advance of technology … Continue reading “Propaganda and the Catalonia Referendum”

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Trump at the UN: The Politics of Rodomontade – Antiwar.com Original

September 21, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

What will go down in history as the “Rocket man” speech underscores the confusion, the contradictions, the dangers, and even some of the virtues – however attenuated – of the Trump presidency.

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In Catalonia: A Spanish Tiananmen Square? – Antiwar.com Original

September 19, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

One of those crises that no one saw coming is about to rear its head in a very unlikely locale: Catalonia, Spain’s richest province, where the local government has scheduled an independence referendum on October 1.  Of course, some observers – e,g, Julian Assange – did see it coming, but the current trend to find “fascists” … Continue reading “In Catalonia: A Spanish Tiananmen Square?”

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Why Did Robert Mueller Obstruct Congress’s 9/11 Probe? – Antiwar.com Original

September 12, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Sixteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, we still don’t know what happened. How did a ragtag bunch of hijackers, armed only with box cutters, manage to gain control of those airliners? How did they get into the United States to begin with? Who supported them while … Continue reading “Why Did Robert Mueller Obstruct Congress’s 9/11 Probe?”

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