It seems that many who supported the weekend's air strikes on Syria are overlooking the significance of Robert Fisk's report this morning from Douma, the site of a supposed chemical weapons attack last week.
In his ongoing fight with President Trump, former FBI Director James Comey is now speculating that the reason that President Trump hasn't adopted the fierce anti-Russia mindset of the U.S. national-security establishment is because the Russians mig
Bond yields jumped today after the Fed's Beige Book noted steel stockpiling and tariff-related price hikes. The Fed's "Beige Book" is a compilation of economic activity by each of twelve Federal Reserve districts.
Most US states have adopted some regulatory stance in regards to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and the blockchain technologies behind them, according to a report by the Brookings Institution. The study classifies jurisdictions according to their atti
Everyone is talking about World War III right now, and I hate to be the one to say this, but…all I can wonder is whether we're being manipulated into a fight we can't win. This is probably going to make some folks mad, but there are some facts,
Senator Rand Paul warned Tuesday that a new war powers act currently making its way through the Senate will expand the President's authority to declare war without the backing of Congress, essentially allowing the 'Commander In Chief' to wage w
"Is ours a government of the people, by the people, for the people, or a kakistocracy rather, for the benefit of knaves at the cost of fools?"-- James Russell Lowell, 19th century American novelist Let us not mince words. We are living i
Plans for an all-Arab occupying force in northeast Syria? New war authorization plans? Trying to maintain control of the media narrative? Trying to disengage? It seems Washington doesn't have a real Syria policy. Is grasping at straws a wise way to c
When the Cold War officially ended in 1991, Washington could have pivoted back to the pre-1914 status quo ante.
The U.S. has been attempting to enter Syria for almost five years now, and the chemical weapons pretext has been in play since the invasion of Iraq.
I wonder how many people, not just Americans but those in other countries, have come to the conclusion that the United States today is a less free and less aware society than the societies in the dystopian novels of the 20th century or in movies such