After decades of waste, overpayments, trillions of missing or improperly accounted for dollars, and most recently losing track of 44,000 US soldiers, the Pentagon is about to undergo its first audit in history conducted by 2,400 auditors from indepen
Pentagon Refuses to Account for Them, Citing 'the Enemy'
Cryptography and radar were technologies that won World War 2.
In 2013, for the first time since the Pew organization began polling Americans on the question five decades earlier, the majority (52%) said the United States should "mind its own business" and allow other countries to get along on their own. Tod
The war on Afghanistan has been going for 16 years now, and shows no signs of slowing down. Already the longest war in U.S. history, it has been fought without much progress. Adding to the woes, it was recently revealed that American troops have been
engineer PLANTS to use as battlefield spying technology... (Natural News) It seems the Department of Defense wants to get in on the GMO craziness, but not in what you would consider the normal way.
US Paying for Terror War With Massive Borrowing
The United States government doesn't get along with hackers. That's just how it is. Hacking protected systems, even to reveal their weaknesses, is illegal under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and the Department of Justice has repeatedly made it cl
The only way to locate and secure all of North Korea's nuclear weapons sites "with complete certainty" is through an invasion of ground forces, and in the event of conflict, ...
Officials Say Deployment Is By Far the Largest
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
Defense Secretary James N. Mattis, troubled by a lack of information two weeks after an ambush on a special operations patrol in Niger left four U.S. soldiers dead, is demanding a timeline of what is known about the attack, as a team of investigators
The Senator from Arizona represents something relatively new on the American scene: the emerging class of colonial administrators, Pentagon contractors, and high-ranking military personnel, and their families, many of them stationed overseas. These p
As Washington bombs Afghanistan, Libya, Somalia, Iraq, and Syria, militarily threatens Russia, Venezuela, North Korea, and China, sanctions Cuba, North Korea, Russia, Ukraine, Iran..one may wonder: Why?
Although the Senate and House of Representatives have both passed the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2018 at the gargantuan sum of $700 billion, most of the largesse has little to do with defending the United States and much to do
President Donald Trump issued an unprompted, cryptic message Thursday after meeting with military officials at the White House, saying about the gathering, "Maybe it's the calm before the storm."
With President Trump again facing the requirement to certify whether Iran is complying with the P5+1 nuclear deal this month, it looks like a major clash may be brewing between the president and the neocons on one side, and the military generals he o
Blowing the notion of 'spreading democracy' out of the water, three out of four of the world's dictatorships currently receive US military assistance.
Even though Congress has given the Defense Department more money than either the Pentagon or the President asked for, Defense Secretary Mattis warned that our very survival was in jeopardy because we are not spending enough on the military. But spend
Why is the Pentagon spending billions of dollars purchasing Soviet and east European weapons to ship to Syrian rebels? A blockbuster Bulgarian investigative report exposes the lies and illegality of the purchases and shipments; several mainstream inv
A new bombshell joint report issued by two international weapons monitoring groups Tuesday confirms that the Pentagon continues to ship record breaking amounts of weaponry into Syria and that the Department of Defense is scrubbing its own paper trail
Russians are concerned about Washington's arbitrary closing of their San Francisco consulate and the illegal searching of diplomatic properties. There is no question that Washington has violated diplomatic protections and international law.
Notes on the Junta, an Unnecessary Land-Corridor and a Regular Russian Maneuver
The Pentagon took the unprecedented step of denouncing neo-Nazi extremists involved in the protests at Charlottesville. But what about Washington's support for neo-Nazis in Ukraine? Or for radical jihadists in Syria? Saudi Arabia? Afghanistan in the
Jade Helm 16, aka UWEX 16 trained foreign soldiers in the art of citizen extraction, torture and murder. Most importantly, Jade Helm 16 trained to fight against "rogue" military forces fighting a "guerrilla" war. There were four bases in Texa
Around 200,000 US troops are stationed in 177 countries throughout the world.
Just hours after Trump made his famously heated vow to unleash "fire and fury" on North Korea if provocations by the Kim regime continued, the US Air Force issued a very clear statement in which it explicitly said that it was "ready to fight tonight"
Hypes N. Korea War...Feckless boasts of military might and icy vows to annihilate one another might not necessarily prove war between the U.S., North Korea, and their allies is nigh, but the monumental increase in stocks of weapons and defense manufa
(CNN)An unarmed Russian Air Force aircraft overflew the US Capitol, the Pentagon, Central Intelligence Agency and Joint Base Andrews at low altitude on Wednesday as part of a longstanding treaty that allows the militaries of the United States and Ru
Yesterday's nuclear brinkmanship between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un may have terrified much of the rest of the world, but the military industrial complex rubs its hands with glee. Profits are way up since the first Korean lon