Who is responsible for this crisis? The US media uniformly blames it on North Korean “aggression.” This is a lie, in keeping with the role of the American media as a conduit for state propaganda.
So naturally, those who defended Syria from the real terrorists are now being vilified. Despite its critical role in helping to save Syria from destruction, Hezbollah has kept a relatively low profile. Contrast their efforts to the US-led coalition bragging about bombing empty desert, and you’ll begin toREAD ON
The “brutal” Russians created humanitarian corridors around Aleppo. They also negotiated a withdrawal of Daesh forces (with the help of Turkey). And, as soon as the Daesh crazies left, the poured immense amounts of aid, food, meds, etc. along with mine-clearing crews into Aleppo whichREAD ON
veryone knows this expression: There was method to his madness. What does it mean? It means that regardless of how crazy the person acted, no matter how much he appeared to be nuts, behind that facade there was a solid plan, and that plan presumablyREAD ON
Henry A. Giroux Cultural Critic and Public Intellectual n the face of a putrid and poisonous election cycle that ended with Trump’s presidential victory, liberals and conservatives are quick to argue that Americans have fallen prey to a culture of incivility. It’s true that inREAD ON
[Graphic of Trump courtesy of Boing Boing] Rowan Wolf, PhD Voice of Conscience s the minutes tick down before election day 2016, I feel that I must throw in my final thoughts and feelings. This is an historic election in so many ways. Let meREAD ON
BY BINOY KAMPMARK Phrases like “honorable criminals,” “murderers with a conscience,” sound like an cruel oxymoron. A bad joke. But these men’s genuine decency is the source of their anguish. The memory of terrible deeds committed in far away, strange places gives them no rest.READ ON