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Pepe Escobar discusses why Obama is bombing ISIS.
Alex Kane discusses 11 facts about police militarization.
Philip Giraldi discusses the GOP.
John Maxwell Hamilton discusses how WW1 led to modern propaganda and surveillance.
Charles Davis discusses how America helped make the Islamic state in Iraq and Syria.
Joshua Cook discusses blowback in Iraq.
Ted Snider discusses the pattern on display in the U.S. response to ISIS.
David Lindorff discusses police militarization.
Medea Benjamin discusses the U.S. funding of repression in Egypt.
Alex Kane discusses the use of humanitarianism as an excuse for U.S. intervention abroad.
Sheldon Richman discusses attacks on liberty during WW1.
Immanuel Wallstein discusses the caliphate vs everyone else.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses police militarization and the Michael Brown case.
Kevin R.C. Gutzman discusses Lynne Cheney’s book on James Madison.
Michiko Kakutani discusses a book on women soldiers.
Thaddeus Russell discusses alliances between libertarians and leftists.
Justin Raimondo discusses how today is like the sixties.
Conor Friedersdorf discusses the memo allowing for drone assassination of American citizens.
Ralph Nader discusses Hilary the hawk.
Ivan Eland discusses U.S. interventionism in Iraq.
David Swanson discusses how militarism is a public safety issue.
Elliott Colla discusses ceaseless escalation in Iraq.
Falguni A. Sheth discusses torture and Obama’s comments on it.
Gilbert Mercier discusses how the war culture has come home to roost.
Peter Suderman discusses the events in Ferguson, Iraq, and the legacy of 9-11.
W. James Antle the third discusses American defeat in Iraq.
William Astore discuses the U.S. fetish for bombing.
The Washington Times discusses the “nanny state” in New Jersey. I prefer the term patriarchal state.
Reuben Fine defeats Arthur William Dake.
Vladimir Akopian defeats Vladimir Kramnik
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