Washington finds enemies everywhere
New 'Sliding Scale' of Number of Civilians to Be Killed Based on Location
EARLIER THIS MONTH, a contingent of US Air Force B-52 Stratofortress bombers landed at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar.
Over the years, as we have helped debunk elite propaganda, from elaborate NASA hoaxes to vaccine cover-ups, it has occurred to us more and more strongly that something is wrong with at least parts of the "nuclear narrative."
It is time to hold the neoconservatives accountable, not elect another puppet for them to manipulate.
Says Having Only 980,000 Troops a 'High Military Risk'
Pentagon to Roll Back 2012 Obama Cuts in Early 2017
Has the US finally had enough of its "ally" Erdogan?
Special Ops Command has streamlined authority to buy their own weapons and gear, and are buying Glocks. Army chief begs them to let rest of Army piggyback purchase for entire Army.
Weekend Death of Marine Fuels Escalation
They're calling it "Thunderstorm Spiral"
CFR Elites Seek Renewed Military Spending Around the World
Sputnik reports, Barack Obama has tried to escalate tensions with Russia at a time when Moscow is making every effort to bring relations with the United States back to normal,
The U.S. sends billions to foreign militaries each year. What do we have to show for it?
Dan Lamothe at the Washington Post reports, High over Alaska last summer, the Pentagon experimented with new, secret prototypes: Micro-drones that can be launched from the flare dispensers of moving F-16s and F/A-18 fighter jets.
Under a Freedom of Information Act request, a Pentagon inspector general made public a report last week, admitting to the use of drones to spy on U.S. citizens.
For totally lawful purposes, it assures us
How a young Afghan military contractor became spectacularly rich.
Civilians are being killed by US airstrikes in Syria and Iraq. That is not in question: the Pentagon has admitted to it and expressed regret. The scale of the killings, however, is in question
Eric Schmidt, the former chief executive officer of Google, will head a new Pentagon advisory board aimed at bringing Silicon Valley innovation and best practices to the U.S. military, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Wednesday.
February 28th, 2016 marks the 25th anniversary of the end of Operation Desert Storm, the combat phase of the Gulf War, the first war with Iraq. This conflict was a turning point in US and world history, but the ensuing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq tu
RT reports, More than 90,000 South Koreans and 15,000 US troops will stage a "pre-emptive strike" on simulated North Korean weapons silos, following Pyongyang's rocket launch and a nuclear test earlier this year.
SCVNEWS reports An operational test launch of an Air Force Global Strike Command unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile is scheduled late Thursday evening and Friday morning.
American parents might well rue the day that they refused to listen to us libertarians about the importance of dismantling the Cold War-era, dinosaur-like national-security establishment, or what President Eisenhower called the "military-industrial
The Libyan interim government has condemned the US airstrike on a suspected Islamic State training camp in Sabratha in which two abducted Serbian embassy staff were killed, calling the unsanctioned bombardment a grave violation of its sovereignty.
At a time when U.S. special operations are devising plans for the mission of accepting women into the male domains of SEALs, Green Berets and Army Rangers, the terrorist-fighting community is facing a looming readiness problem.
concrete 100 MILES away to be ready in 2018...A radical new weapon that can fire a shell at seven times the speed of sound could be used by the Navy as soon as 2018. Described as 'Star Wars technology' by researchers, the rail gun can fire a shell w
The primary purpose of this article isn't to make any of Bernie Sanders' Democratic or Republican competition look comparatively good ??" regardless of who's elected the next president of the United States, the builders of the American Empire,
Military Taking Advantage of Obama's Granting Authority to Target Them
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has spoken out against US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, calling her a "war hawk with bad judgment" who gets an "emotional rush out of killing people."