Category: US

Ramzy Baroud: Whitewashing CIA Torture

“We are [not so] awesome” after all

Tom Engelhardt: The Senate Drone Report of 2019

Looking Back on Washington’s War on Terror

Pete Dolack: Civil Rights Marches Versus the Right to Puke

Racism began to be developed as an ideology to counter solidarity between Blacks and Whites and to counter poor White settlers who left the colonies to live among Indigenous peoples

Marjorie Cohn: ‘Cuban Five’ at Heart of US-Cuba Deal

The Cuban Five have steadfastly maintained their innocence and there has been a worldwide campaign to free them

Mark Bittman: Is it Bad Enough Yet?

A just and righteous system will have a positive impact on everything we care about, just as an unjust, exploitative system makes everything worse

Alpha Winston: What the Sony Hack can Teach us about Capitalism

If there’s something else to be learned from the Sony hack, it’s that we cannot trust for-profit media organizations to report on issues relating to capitalism and profit-seeking

Lawrence Wittner: Exposing the FBI

Review of The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover’s Secret FBI, by Betty Medsger

William Boardman: Architects of Atrocity Remain at Large, and Unrepentant

Along with everything else we know about these men who still defend their criminality, why isn’t that enough for probable cause and a criminal indictment?

Tom Hayden: Why the US-Cuba Deal is a Victory for the Cuban Revolution

The hostile US policy, euphemistically known as “regime change,” has been thwarted

Travis Gettys: Bernie Sanders: Destroy the big banks before the big banks destroy you

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) plans a legislative push for the breakup of Wall Street’s largest banks and lifting the cap on contributions to Social Security

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