Category: Obama Admin

Paul Street: Wellhead and Tailpipe

Reflections on Eco-Orwellianism

David Swanson: Hillary Offers Syria a Libyan-Iraqi-Style Paradise

The United States still dreams of overthrowing Assad on the cheap without a massive U.S. occupation, and without bombing quite the whole country

Russell Mokhiber: Single-Payer Health Care and the Case Against Clicktivism

Obamacare, with its promise of healthcare reform, took the wind out of the sails of the single payer movement. In the House of Representatives, the number of co-sponsors of the single payer bill, HR 676, today is at 53 — down from a high of about 100. Under Obamacare, 30 million Americans are still uninsured Read more…

Paul Street: Posing as the Great Emancipator

What’s behind Obama’s supposed late-presidency epiphany on the evil of racially biased mass imprisonment? What drove the president’s “sudden desire to look like the Great Emancipator” (Margaret Kimberly)—this even while he offers close to nothing in the way of actual liberation

Nick Turse: U.S. Special Ops Forces Deployed in 135 Nations

2015 Proves to Be Record-Breaking Year for the Military’s Secret Military

John Feffer: Resisting the Lure of Intervention

The Search for Terrestrial Intelligence

Noam Chomsky: Rogue states and diplomacy

Interview on the nuclear deal with Iran

Paul Street: ISIS is US: The Empire and the Evil Genie It Released

Destabilization is Washington’s tool and game in a time when America’s long-lost economic-capitalist hegemony is fading at an ever accelerating pace

Bruno Jäntti: Negative Freedom, US Liberals and Saudi Arabia

There is alarmingly little organizing that aims at changing the abysmal character of U.S. foreign policy

Belen Fernandez: Humans of the White House?

Obama’s empathetic Facebook comment about a father and son in Iran was lauded in the press. But would he have done the same for U.S. drone victims?

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