I don't get it. On the one hand, we're told that the intentional targeting of civilians in wartime is a war crime. On the other hand, we're told that the intentional targeting of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with nuclear bombs was not a war crime.
Prof. Andrew Bacevich joins the Liberty Report to discuss his new book on the 30 year US war in the greater Middle East. Why are we losing and is there a better way?
Mike Sylvia (NH State Rep) and Joël Valenzuela (author, writer) on alternative currencies (i.e. Monero) - Scott Horton Radio on the GOP circus and upcoming R & D conventions - Eric Margolis (syndicated columnist and foreign correspondent) Israel
David Lorenzo, a professor of international affairs at the National Chengchi University in Taiwan, has undertaken an ambitious task. America has engaged in many wars throughout its history, and all of them have encountered opposition. Lorenzo in this
The world is enveloped in a blanket of perpetual conflict. Invasions, occupation, illicit sanctions, and regime change have become currencies and orders of the day. One organization - the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) - is repeatedly,
A new Pentagon report on the US attack on a hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan is shedding light on the complete lack of a strategy in Afghanistan even as the US begins ramping up its military presence and activities there.
Exclusive: A recent PBS report about the war in Yemen exposed the secret connection between the U.S.-Saudi alliance and Al Qaeda, a reality that also underscores the jihadist violence in Syria, writes Daniel Lazare.
While celebrating V-Day (marking the day the allies accepted Nazi surrender in WWII), Russian president Vladamir Putin said that Russia is all for creating a non-aligned system of international security to counter global terror.
Whenever I hear someone say that U.S. troops fighting overseas somewhere, anywhere--it doesn't matter where--are defending our freedoms, it makes me want to vomit, and for two reasons. The troops aren't defending anything. They are engaging in
A U.S. Army captain sues the White House in federal court to find out.
Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) on the GOP and Democrat POTUS circus, the push for war, Russia, China, Syria - Butler Shaffer (Law Professor) on the political circus and upcoming convention. Also, his recent presentation in Prague entitled The Marg
In 2003, the most powerful army in the world invaded Iraq. Ali al-Makhzomy was 16 at the time. He remembers the grating sound of American tanks as they rolled into Baghdad. The invasion was just the beginning. It was a warning shot for the unimaginab
WTF mate; fier zee missials (Publisher: I remember this from 2008)
Most Americans don't even know how many countries their government is currently bombing (it was at least seven by 2014). Obama dropped 23,144 bombs in Middle Eastern countries in 2015 alone.
Do you remember what US national-security state officials were saying when millions of Americans were demanding that the US government withdraw its troops from Vietnam and bring them home?
Here We Go Again
But I have to say, it's great, it looks like you're really enjoying your last year of the presidency. Saw you hanging out with NBA players like Steph Curry, Golden State Warriors. That was cool. That was cool, yeah. You know it kinda makes sense,
The United Nations issued its casualty report for April. The organization found that 741 Iraqis were killed and 1,374 were wounded last month.
"Evidence leads directly to the White House, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey, CIA Director John Brennan, Saudi Intelligence Chief Prince Bandar, and Saudi Arabia´s Interior Ministry."
And the joke's on us …
9/11 has been a windfall for the Washington, D.C. area. Not only has government exploded, but all those with enormous salaries who do business with Washington as well. The richest counties in the country are adjacent to Washington. The peddlers of fe