Category Archives: foreign policy

As the Fourth Great Turning Unwinds, Technology is Speeding Up the Process

By Thomas Hartmann/ TheHartmannReport/ August 19, 2022 These hinge points of history are never painless, but they always leave enlightenment and true change in their wake. As Russian President Putin tries his version of Hitler’s September 1939 “defensive” attack on … Continue reading

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Chris Hedges Interviews Cornel West

April 15, 2022 In this premiere episode of The Chris Hedges Report, Dr. West joins Chris Hedges to discuss the decay of the American empire, the struggle to show international solidarity in the face of escalating militarism, and what it … Continue reading

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Putin Won. We Lost.

By Arlen Grossman/ OpEdNews.com/ November 26, 2021 (Top Headlined Story At OpEd News, November 26-27) As democracy struggles on life support in the United States and with authoritarianism gaining popularity here and abroad. Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, must … Continue reading

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The Laughing Stock of the World

(Michael Moore recounts how a once-proud advancing nation is moving downward too quickly. Why do we not care about our poor and working class citizens? Our priorities are apparently helping the wealthy. Many countries make a point of helping their … Continue reading

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In The End, Bin Laden Won He couldn’t have done it without us By  Michael Moore/ MichaelMoore.com/ September 7, 2021 I decided to go and meet the Taliban in the spring of 1999, two years before the 9/11 attacks. Most … Continue reading

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Choosing Death Over Life

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The Beast of Endless War

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19 Years of War–Why?

The War in Afghanistan Is a Fraud (and Now We Have Proof) By Lee Camp/ Truthdig/ January 9, 2020   Bombs have numbers. Humans have names. Our American military boasts a skill and passion for using numbers to turn names … Continue reading

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The Impeachment’s Moral Hypocrisy

By Chris Hedges/ Truthdig/ December 23, 2019   The impeachment process was a nauseating display of moral hypocrisy. The sound bites by Republicans and Democrats swiftly became predictable. The Democrats, despite applauding the announcement of the voting results before being … Continue reading

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If Only Tulsi Gabbard Could Be Elected President

By Arlen Grossman “Trump… Nikki Haley…Mike Pompeo… The people around John Bolton. These people are advocating for strengthening our economy, and if the only way they can do that is by building that economy based on building and selling weapons … Continue reading

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