Poll shows 76 percent of Americans fear a major war

These fears are well-founded. Since February, the American population has been subjected to an unrelenting campaign of anti-Russian hysteria centered on supposed collusion by the Trump camp with alleged Moscow interference in the US elections. The driving force for thisREAD ON

‘Think Through the Implications of Our Actions’: an Open Letter to Rep. Barbara Lee

Your declaration on Friday that you are “outraged” by a meeting between the presidents of the world’s two nuclear-weapons superpowers is the opposite of restraint. Likewise, your baiting of Trump with the question “Where do his loyalties lie?” echoes theREAD ON

ONLINE GOLD: Putin meets Trump, some quick impressions.

Putin’s people have free health care, and free college, and were it not for US sanctions and threats to anyone who deals with them, rather than our exploitation class, his people would be thriving economically.

Trump’s Syrian chemical weapons claims: A house of cards

At the time, no major US news publication even raised the question of whether the White House’s allegations were credible. They were simply accepted as good coin, demonstrating that the media’s role as a propaganda organ for war had notREAD ON