Americans perceive Iran as Evil #1 on the planet, the latest Gallup poll shows. Since neither the US military nor intelligence believes Iran could strike America, why do the US media whip up hysteria about Iran, some 10,000 kilometers away?
The United States is headed for a plutocratic dystopia where a few gated communities sit like islands amidst a sea of bitterness, misery, and want.
Over the past few decades in America, reality has been put in play as never before, with powerful interests using sophisticated “perception management,” the shaping of how the public perceives the outside world, a threat that Lawrence Davidson says
The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur accused CNN host Erin Burnett and the establishment media Friday evening for trumping up Iran’s weapons capability and trying to start another war in the Middle East.
Suddenly, manufacturing is back -- at least on the election trail. But don't be fooled. The real issue isn't how to get manufacturing back.
GLPVC discusses the Henry Makow/Jeff Rense public dispute; the rights of a journalist to censor material, the ethical obligation a journalist to listeners/readers, and rogue writers.
What can one say when the Washington Post's neoconservative editorial writers more correctly describe the U.S. and Israeli assessments on Iran's nuclear program than does a news story in the New York Times?
"We are professional liars," Davis said. Need a phony past employer? No problem. Need a glowing review for a job you never worked? For the Reference Store, that's a piece of cake.
In delivering his rebuke, he told Amos that neither he nor his message was welcome in Bethel, because "it is the king's chapel, and it is the king's court."
Does the government work for us or do we work for the government? Can the federal government take credit for saving us from a plot of its own creation?
Bill Warren has spent years searching for shipwrecks, usually in the hope of finding treasure. But his next mission is to locate and raise a much more contemporary object that is bound to place him at the center of controversy: the body of Osama bin
The Real ID Act 2005 compliance date has been extended now to January 2013 The truth is, unfortunately, this is no cause to celebrate.
55 percent believe that all radioactivity is man-made; and 29 percent that the first humans lived when dinosaurs still roamed the Earth.
Like a great heard of sheep being driven by a pack of ravenous wolves, many people are panicing, confused, and distracted by a barrage of misinformation, smoke & mirrors in Uncle Sam's gaslight alleys.
Whether it's how much you'll pay for home heating oil or a loaf of bread, don't believe the non-hype: Even if traditional measures of consumer prices aren't yet showing major increases, consumers know what they see.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- For the fourth straight year, the majority of Americans say they have little or no trust in the mass media to report the news fully, accurately, and fairly. 57% now say this.
Despite two disastrous wars and a global war on terror now considered “multigenerational", trillions of lost dollars, and staggering numbers of deaths (if you happen to include Iraqi and Afghan ones), the U.S. military mustn’t in any way slack off.
We're not certain the news reports about Stephen Hawking's new book are 100 percent accurate
Michael Vaughn represents Prince George's County, home of the Washington Redskins. In the heart of Redskins country, Vaughn boasted on his website that he played for the Dallas Cowboys for three years. Big mistake.
For years, the government has denied that depleted uranium, a radioactive toxic waste left over from nuclear fission and added to munitions used in the Persian Gulf and Iraq wars, poisoned Iraqi civilians and veterans. Now Gen. Eric Shinseki memo. .
UPDATE: This video is a hoax, it is ripped entirely from a 2007 movie entitled Petropolis. You can see the same footage from the 1:09 mark in the following clip.
Millions of computer users are being duped in to installing software they think will protect them online but actually leaves their computer vulnerable to hackers
Stewart Rhodes, founder of the "patriot" group Oath Keepers, apparently thinks the United States government, the Southern Poverty Law Center, Rachel Maddow, Mother Jones, AlterNet, and the rest of the liberal media are complicit in a COINTELPRO-style
“We’re not a militia.” Oath Keepers do not run around the woods on the weekend shooting weapons or threatening the violent overthrow of the government. Their oath is to uphold the Constitution and defend the American people from dictatorship.
Deception employed here is not a rare, unexpected development, but is instead a designed feature of how our Joint Special Operations Command forces operate under the command of General Stanley McChrystal
Billed as an alternative grassroots movement to the Tea Party. However, the so called founder of the Coffee Party has been quickly exposed as an Obama campaign operative, whose caffeine concept was purely designed to undermine and co-opt the Tea Part
Remember the Pentagon Office of Special Plans that helped collect dubious intelligence that led to the war in Iraq? Or where the Pentagon secretly briefed military analysts to promote the Iraq war? Meet the would-be Office of Strategic Deception.
Recall the baffling news events from November 2009? * Is Doomsday Coming? Perhaps, but Not in 2012  * Survey: Nearly half of adults don’t plan to get H1N1 vaccine * Fort Hood attack likely Islamist terrorism, Cornyn and Lieberman
As man-made global warming fears enter the ashbin of history, what will environmentalists, UN activists and politicians do to fill the void of a failed eco-scare? Well, wonder no more…
This one has been going around for years. True or False? You decide. Read Full story - snopes says it is false.