America with steady supply of deadly opioid chemicals... (Natural News) When we think of weapons of war, most of us typically think about machine guns, frag grenades or bulletproof tanks. But in 2017, manmade machines aren't the only type of weapo
As expected, Saudi Arabia has cast itself as the victim of external Shia plotting after its internal weekend of chaos which included a missile attack from Yemen, the deaths of two princes and other high officials within a mere 24 hours, and an aggres
The US government has spent a staggering $1.46 trillion on wars abroad since September 11, 2001, according to the Department of Defense's (DoD) periodical "Cost of War" report. As International Business Times reports, this amounts to $250 milli
after 'brisk activity' at Kim Jong-un's nuclear research facility, reports claim...South Korea's spy agency anticipates the latest ballistic rocket launch following Kim's September nuke test which caused three aftershocks
Claims War Authorizations Allow US to Stay in Iraq
Pentagon Later Insists Official Figure Is Just 503
The first two of 12 US Air Force F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jets arrived in Okinawa on Monday. The aircraft will soon begin a six-month deployment in Japan as part of Pacific Command's "theater security" program.
Before the idiots in Washington get us blown off of the face of the earth, the morons had better come to terms with the fact that the US military is now second class compared to the Russian military.
Most Americans' broad ignorance regarding Africa is a long-standing phenomenon, one perpetuated from the top down.
The White House does not want the 9/11 authorization to be "updated." They like it just the way it has been mis-interpreted for the last 16 years. Some in Congress insist we need a new authorization to clarify what, when, where, and how. Who's right?
US aggression - In Monday testimony before Senate Foreign Relations Committee members, they urged congressional authorization for unlimited warmaking anywhere worldwide - a shocking indictment of a rogue state threatening humanity's survival, risking
A television interview of a top Qatari official confessing the truth behind the origins of the war in Syria is going viral across Arabic social media during the same week a leaked top secret NSA document was published which confirms that the armed op
A Trump administration attorney said Friday that federal courts cannot evaluate whether a president is waging an illegal war, even if the war clearly has no grounding in a congressional authorization of force and someone directly impacted sues.
President Donald Trump has expanded every aspect of the war on terror he inherited from his two predecessors. In his first nine months Trump has ordered a renewed surge in Afghanistan, increased the tempo of drone strikes, and granted the military gr
News first broke about America's Niger misadventure on October 4. "The real news here is that the US has forces in Niger, where they're conducting covert operations," this writer tweeted out. "Hashtag America First."
A television interview of a top Qatari official confessing the truth behind the origins of the war in Syria is going viral across Arabic social media during the same week a leaked top secret NSA document was published which confirms ....
NORTH Korea has been warned not to detonate another hydrogen bomb at its nuclear test site or risk a huge catastrophe for both Kim's hermit state and China.
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When will the American people catch on to the fact that we do not have two political parties in Washington, D.C.? As I have said repeatedly--and as experience continues to verify--there is just ONE party in Washington: the War Party.
It's not just the neocons. This is a deeply rooted American problem.
"The Kurds have no friends but the mountains," is an old lament. Last week, it must have been very much on Kurdish minds.
Who knew that the US had 1,000 troops in Niger? What are they doing there? The Pentagon won't tell us, but Sen. Lindsay Graham assures us they are fighting for our freedom. Will Congress bother to notice as the war expands to Africa? Or will it conti
Sometimes it is possible to read or view something that completely changes the way one looks at things. I had that experience last week when I read an article at Lobelog entitled "A Plea for Common Sense on Missile Defense," written by Joe Cirinc
Removing Gaddafi Was First Step
In a shocking bombshell interview, an academic with close ties to the Chinese government has warned war with North Korea was on the table.
CIA paramilitary forces are expanding partner operations in Afghanistan to hunt and kill high level Taliban operatives, The New York Times reports.
...amid growing tensions with Russia and North Korea
Serving in Afghanistan taught me there is no military solution to the country's problem -- and there's no end in sight to the 16-year-old war.
Almost every day I am asked by someone what the likelihood is that we may soon be at war with Iran or North Korea, or conceivably both. As it's unlikely either of those countries will attack the United States since it would be suicidal, the questio