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“If you all like him so much, I’ll have what he had.” (Photo: Al Drago/Bloomberg) Views
Triumph of Conventional Wisdom: AP Expunges Iran/Contra Pardons from Barr’s Record
As attorney general in 1992, Barr endorsed Bush’s pardons of Reagan administration officials in the Iran/Contra scandal
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U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), seen here on April 21, 2017, must "more often mention the existence of the military and its price tag," a new open letter urges. (Photo: Gage Skidmore/flickr/cc) News
In Open Letter, Scholars and Activists Call on Bernie Sanders to Embrace Foreign Policy That Rejects US Militarism, Bloated Pentagon Budget
"We believe that Dr. King was correct to assert that racism, extreme materialism, and militarism needed to be challenged together rather than separately, and that this remains true," the group of over 100 scholars and activists write
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Journalist Sam Husseini, reporting for The Nation magazine, displays a sign before being forcibly removed from a press conference after U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met Monday at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland. Views
The Trump-Media Logrolling
While the need for genuinely free sources of information is greater than ever, it is unclear to me if traditional newspapers can be part of the equation
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"I want to ask a question about this issue," said Sam Husseini, communications director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, said before he was removed from the event. News
Journalist Wielding "Nuclear Weapon Ban" Sign Forcibly Ejected From Trump-Putin Presser
"I want to ask about nuclear weapons," said Sam Husseini, communications director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, as he was removed from the event
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Those Who Controlled the Past Should Not Control the Future
If you don’t know who Katharine Gun is or what she did, chalk that up to the media power of the war system
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US Officially Enters War with Yemen Amid Charges of Saudi War Crimes
U.S. launched strikes against Houthi rebels for first time just as Human Rights Watch accused Saudi-led coalition of war crimes for funeral bombing
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Sanders to Clinton: Yes, Trump's Foreign Policy Ideas Are Scary. But So Are Yours
'We need a foreign policy based on building coalitions... [not] perpetual warfare in the Middle East'
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CIA Whistleblower to Civil Rights Groups: Where are You?
In open letter, Jeffrey Sterling questions groups' absence in his case
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In Defense of Art & Artists
On August 6, 2015, a highly praised public mural funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities was defaced by a vandal or vandals. Unashamedly, a leading left-wing activist wrote a vile article celebrating the willful destruction of the artwork...
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One Day After Sentencing, CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling Tells His Side of the Story
"They already had the machine geared up against me. The moment that they felt there was a leak, every finger pointed at Jeffery Sterling."
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