Yemen: The War That Isn’t Happening Even as It’s Happening

KS Relief has hired a British PR firm to spread good tidings about Saudi humanitarian assistance to Yemen: “We’re here to help.” Indeed, KS Relief has allocated more than $3 billion for assistance to Yemen: “number one donor for aidREAD ON

Piety and Proscription in the MSM: Noble Imperialists and Dirty Dissidents

The professional class of media sycophants did their damndest throughout the run up to the parliamentary vote in England. Yet the tame and genteel Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party gained dozens of seats while the sniveling varlet Theresa May lost herREAD ON

Exclusive: Warmbier Case Linked with Anti-Russian British, Israeli Lobby in Washington

  Global financial persecution was given the White House blessing from Jason Furman, the Obama-appointed Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA), which provides policy direction and confidential research to the CIA and NSA. The anti-DPRK crusade culminated inREAD ON

CNN plays the victim. CNN President Jeff Zucker says Trump “is trying to bully us”

Zerohedge makes the simple observation…”courtesy of the eloquent Maude Lebowski, you, Mr. Zucker, are most definitely the perpetrator here and not the victim.  You can’t intentionally pursue a story you know to fake day after day in a crusade intendedREAD ON

The Useful Idiots Who Undermine Dissent on Syria

The issue of using anonymous sources does not need to be judged according to our own standards, but rather those of the corporate media. Mainstream editors have repeatedly proved they have absolutely no problem using anonymous sources when they supportREAD ON

Trump’s attack on the press

The dilemma of the so-called “liberal” media, whose standard-bearer is the New York Times, is that it is obliged, as a matter of self-defense, to combine, at least nominally, defense of the First Amendment guarantee of press freedom with absoluteREAD ON


Any attempt to articulate an appropriate object of patriotic love and loyalty falls apart quickly. When I make this argument, I am often told that I simply don’t understand, that patriotism is as much about feeling as it is aboutREAD ON