O'Hanlon's answers, along with several other facts now known, demonstrate rather conclusively what a fraud this Op-Ed was, and even more so, the deceitfulness of the intense news coverage it generated. Most of the critical attention focused o
Today the police state gallops closer by the moment as Americans worry about how to keep their mortgages paid and watch the horizon of fear creep ever closer to home. It is time to step off the grids to freedom.
This week the Russian and Chinese militaries are conducting a joint military exercise involving large number of troops and combat vehicles. The former Soviet Republics of Tajikistan, Kyrgkyszstan, and Kazakstan are participating.
"There is an overwhelming presence of neoconservatives and absence of traditional conservatives that I don't know what to make of," said Richard V. Allen, former Reagan White House national security adviser.
In the Bizarro World of the neoconservatives, none of this matters: indeed, it merely spurs them on. Since the pursuit of American national interests is entirely unrelated to their foreign policy agenda, the horrific damage to this country and its re
[BRING IT ON!] Ron Paul, a congressman from Texas, delivered a tirade against his version of neoconservatism. He called it "Neo-Conned!" A considerable part of it is devoted to his version of my writings, and is so inaccurate, so dis
America was trying to understand the wave of fear generated by government over the Cold War. Vietnam had just begun. We did not know that corporations had begin their campaign to suborn the UN, the Environmental Movement, and reduce us to serfdom.
A Fox host cited a new report that "al Qaeda ... is running from Iraq, apparently to Pakistan." Kristol responded, "I think the president's going to have to take military action there over the next few weeks or months. "We won
He was the architect of the Iraq war who was forced from the World Bank presidency amid allegations that he improperly acted to benefit his girlfriend. Now, Paul D. Wolfowitz will turn his attention to the relatively calmer waters of Washington inte
Tony Blair, the British prime minister, could end up swapping Downing Street for a job as the first full-time European Union president, under a plan being actively touted by Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president. Mr Sarkozy is understood to have d
A closer look at the participants list at the Prague Democracy and Security conference that was the subject of my last post discloses some intriguing associations that I had not noticed at first glance but which may warrant additional attention.
Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the United States on Thursday of imperialism and starting a new arms race, but Washington said its ex-Cold War foe's foreign policy showed it was behind the times.
A father confronts the issue of genocide that tarnishes the vision that is America. It was fatherhood that caused him to question our present trajectory as Americans. As Father's Day approaches he searches for answers. For those who love Ameri
As Tony Blair was bidding farewell to President George W Bush in the Rose Garden on Thursday, the World Bank was preparing to kick out Paul Wolfowitz as president. Allies to the left and right in the Iraq war were falling by the wayside that day.
The neoconservative hubris that the US can and should reshape the world has been a casualty of the Iraq war, both substantively and politically. The practical limitations on the ability of the US to direct the destiny of other peoples and cultures,
Where the paleoconservatives embraced small government and the strictures of the US Constitution in many areas, the neocons embraced positivism, and higher spending on "services." The paleoconservatives, in what they believed to beEntered By: Powell Gammill
Great article on Rumsfeld and the neo-con ties, history, and lead up to his getting booted.
From the Neo-Con think tank members who brought you PNAC (Policy for New American Century) and the modern tempo of Mid-East foreign policy. What was one of the more outspoken Neo-Con supporters hyping to these West Point grads. What was he trying t
It is worth pondering why it is that, after nearly 4 years of effort, the loss of thousands of American lives, and an outlay of perhaps half-a-trillion dollars, the US has not succeeded in pacifying a small country of some 24 million people, much
"When they saw a good excuse (they) went to war. And good excuses aren’t all that hard to find if you really want one."
Sending 25,000 additional troops to clear Baghdad house by house. Then not pull back to their bases but remain stationed in Baghdad neighborhoods, providing security for civilians. "We can clear and hold critical terrain in Baghdad," Th
43 months later, the cakewalk looks more like a death march, and Adelman has broken with the Bush team. He had an angry falling-out with Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfled this fall. He and Cheney are no longer on speaking terms. And he believes
The aggressive new campaign by the administration of President George W. Bush to depict U.S. foes in the Middle East as "fascists" and its domestic critics as "appeasers" owes a great deal to steadily intensifying efforts by the r
Over the last several weeks, an old White Paper found new life in the shattered ruins of Lebanon's infrastructure. Titled "A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm," the paper was masterminded by 3 neo-con hawks who,
"Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has become increasingly dismayed over President Bush's support for Israel to continue its war with Hezbollah."
Some have expressed concern over Newt Gingrich's use of the term "insurgency", while referring to Ned Lamont supporters in Connecticut. From a personal perspective, Gingrich was correct in obliquely referring to America's
as Hawai'i reportedly was targeted on the Fourth of July in a North Korean test of a long-range Taepodong-2 missile that U.S. officials said blew up 42 seconds or sooner after launch.
(KSDK) - It's only a drill. But for the next five days, metro east residents may notice an increase in activity involving military and emergency agencies. (They will make certain you notice)
The Bush administration is threatening to sue if Maine regulators decide to investigate whether Verizon Communications illegally turned over customer information to the National Security Agency.
Officials have uncovered an Iranian smuggling operation transporting large quantities of bomb-making uranium from mines in the Congo. (Honest, we're telling the truth this time)