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Why the Washington Elite Hates Snowden
Justin Raimondo on Hhacks and flacks on the attack
Let Allah Sort It Out
Pat Buchanan on what US Mideast policy should be
Is Edward Snowden a Hero?
John Cassidy on Snowden's attackers
 FBI Chief Demands Broader Spy Powers
Current Internet surveillance still doesn't satisfy officials
Obama to Crack Down Further on Leakers
Will punish anyone who suspects leaks but doesn't snitch
US: Iran Vote Proves Sanctions Working
Israel continues to slam elections, warn against diplomacy
 Bradley Manning's Greatest Hits
He broke many huge stories, says Greg Mitchell
Hassan Rouhani's Victory
The Ayatollah wants a nuke deal, says Muhammad Sahimi
US Intervenes Further in Syria
Humanitarianism? 'Heh,' says Eric Margolis
Down the Slippery Slope in Syria
18 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Ivan Eland
At the G-8 Summit in Northern Ireland, Russia faced pressure from the other seven attending nations to push Bashar al-Assad, its Syrian ally, to negotiate his abdication with the West. Since Assad and his Syrian government forces, well supplied by Russia with weaponry, are now winning the Syrian civil war, that outcome is extremely unlikely [...]
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The U.S. Military and the Unraveling of Africa
18 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Tom Engelhardt
The other day, Hamid Karzai, the U.S.-supported Afghan president who was once sardonically nicknamed “the mayor of Kabul,” had a few curious things to say about American policy in the Muslim world. Karzai, of course, is a man whose opinions – whether on U.S. special operations forces and their (out of control) militias, U.S. night [...]
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Edward Snowden vs. the Sovietization of America
18 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Justin Raimondo
What could be more fun? An articulate and very smart young man our Washington mandarins deride as a "twenty-something high school dropout" has the US national security establishment, the Washington punditocracy, and the President himself in a panicky lather. Government officials are howling with outrage, and calling for Edward Snowden’s head. The pundits are livid: [...]
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Baghdad Rattled by Blasts: 43 Killed Across Iraq
18 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Margaret Griffis
The bombings returned to Baghdad today, where a Shi’ite mosque took the brunt of the attacks.
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How Booz Allen Made the Revolving Door Redundant
17 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Pratap Chatterjee
Edward Snowden, a low-level employee of Booz Allen Hamilton who blew the whistle on the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), unexpectedly exposed a powerful and seamless segment of the military-industrial complex – the world of contractors that consumes some 70 percent of this country’s 52-billion-dollar intelligence budget. Some commentators have pounced on Snowden’s disclosures to [...]
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A Reluctant Warrior Tiptoes to War
17 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Patrick J. Buchanan
Barack Obama has just taken his first baby steps into a war in Syria that may define and destroy his presidency. Thursday, while he was ringing in Gay Pride Month with LGBT revelers, a staffer, Ben Rhodes, informed the White House press that U.S. weapons will be going to the Syrian rebels. For two years [...]
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Forget WWZ Movie, Read the Book
17 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Kelley B. Vlahos
Vlahos on how Hollywood still doesn’t get it
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David Brooks, Tom Friedman, Bill Keller Wish Snowden Had Just Followed Order
17 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Norman Solomon
Edward Snowden’s disclosures, the New York Times reported on Sunday, "have renewed a longstanding concern: that young Internet aficionados whose skills the agencies need for counterterrorism and cyberdefense sometimes bring an anti-authority spirit that does not fit the security bureaucracy." Agencies like the NSA and CIA – and private contractors like Booz Allen – can’t [...]
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Bombings Return to Central Iraq; 23 Killed
17 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Margaret Griffis
At least 23 Iraqis were killed and 79 more were wounded in today’s attacks.
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Obama’s Syria Policy Looks a Lot Like Bush’s Iraq Policy
16 June 2013 | Uncategorized | Rep. Ron Paul
President Obama announced late last week that the US intelligence community had just determined that the Syrian government had used poison gas on a small scale, killing some 100 people in a civil conflict that has claimed an estimated 100,000 lives. Because of this use of gas, the president claimed, Syria had crossed his “red [...]
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Highlights
Why the Washington Elite Hates Snowden
Justin Raimondo on Hhacks and flacks on the attack
Let Allah Sort It Out
Pat Buchanan on what US Mideast policy should be
Is Edward Snowden a Hero?
John Cassidy on Snowden's attackers
Breaking News
FBI Chief Demands Broader Spy Powers
Current Internet surveillance still doesn't satisfy officials
Obama to Crack Down Further on Leakers
Will punish anyone who suspects leaks but doesn't snitch
US: Iran Vote Proves Sanctions Working
Israel continues to slam elections, warn against diplomacy