Maia Szalavitz discusses why all drugs should be decriminalized.
Bruce Fein discusses lies about war.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the original foreign policy of the U.S.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses 9 points related to the 4th of July.
Ben Terrall discusses the War on Drugs in Mexico and U.S. govt complicity.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses what we celebrate every 4th of July.
Tom Engelhardt discusses the American Century.
Daniel Larison discusses some truths about the Iraq War worth remembering.
William Blum discusses why Obama is similar to Trump.
Patrick Cockburn discusses the U.S.-British failure in Iraq and inability to learn from it.
Binoy Kampmark discusses the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair, and Iraq.
John Stauber discusses how Obama refuses to investigate Bush admin officials for their actions related to Iraq.
Sheldon Richman discusses Trump, Saddam, and the presumption of innocence.
Dan Sanchez discusses how impunity for people with power corrupts.
Trevor Timm discusses why the U.S. needs its own Chilcot report.
Glenn Greenwald discusses the connection between the invasion of Iraq and a past terror attack in London.
Garikai Chengu discusses the history of British interventionism in Iraq.
Uri Avnery discusses the hatred on both sides of the Israel=-Palestine conflict.
George H. Smith discusses Neo-Thomism and the virtue of reasonableness.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the drug war philosophy of the new Filipino president.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses an American exit from NATO.
Ramzy Baroud discusses the recent Israel-Turkey deal and its implications for people living in Palestine.
Charles V. Pena discusses the problem with regime change.
Patrick Cockburn discusses repression in Bahrain.
Michael Lind discusses a book written by a neoconservative.
Peter Van Buren discusses the Baghdad bombings, the Islamic State, and what America still hasn’t learned.
Brian Cloughley discusses the NATO preparation for war.
Binoy Kampmark discusses Australia, Iraq, and the Chilcot inquiry.
Annie Bird discusses the “new” police in Honduras.
David Kreiger discusses the anniversary of the World Court advisory opinion on nuclear weapons.
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