The New York Times reports as fact that Russia hacked the 2016 US presidential election despite failing to present any evidence to support this claim.
The documentary The Activists sets out to highlight lessons learned by the American anti-war movement but ends up lauding its single greatest failure.
On the rare occasions the US mainstream media refer to the US shootdown of an Iranian airliner in 1988, they sustain the myth it was simply a “mistake”.
Iraq war architect Paul Wolfowitz charges Assad with deliberately supporting ISIS in Syria, but his argument is even more applicable to the US.
John McCain’s solution to the tragedy in Syria is to continue doing the same things that caused the rise of ISIS in the first place.
John Kerry hails the Obama administration’s “assertive diplomacy” as though the US’s policies under his two terms wasn’t the opposite of diplomacy.
Press TV asks me about US airstrikes in Libya, and I point out that doing more of what caused the rise of ISIS in the first place won’t solve the problem.
It is in the state’s interest to indoctrinate the public with the belief that the “free market” is to blame for consequences of state interventions.
David Brooks was among the liars claiming Iraq had WMDs, despite the complete lack of any credible supporting evidence. There was no intelligence failure.
Perhaps the Obama administration shouldn’t cite the Iraq War as an example of how it helps provide “security” for Persian Gulf states.