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Ray McGovern discusses the installation of a pro-torture head at the CIA.
Murtaza Hussain discusses the drone program and a new documentary on it.
Christopher A. Preble discusses funding state sponsers of terroism.
Yasmeen Elkhoudary discusses why people in Gaza aren’t mourning HRC’s loss.
David Swanson discusses the use of camps during WW2 for enemy aliens.
Binoy Kampmark discusses undocumented migrants and Trump’s plans for them.
Charles R. Larson discusses a book called War Porn.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses a precursor to Adam Smith.
Patrick Cockburn discusses how Trump will launch new U.S. wars in the Middle East.
William Hartung discusses Trump’s military spending plans.
Glenn Greenwald discusses a meeting between the press and Trump.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses non-interventionism in foreign policy.
Laurence M. Vance discusses occupational licensing and the libertarian alternative.
Peter Van Buren discusses the powers Trump will have as president.
Doug Bandow discusses Trump’s foreign policy appointments.
Bruce Fein discusses American foreign policy’s focus on global dominance.
David Swanson discusses one of Trump’s national security state appointees.
Conn Hallinan discusses the War on Terror.
Alex Kane discusses Trump’s pick for national security advisor.
Lara Friedman discusses Jewish values and Israel.
Alan Grayson discusses the U.S. war in Iraq.
Ramzy Baroud discusses the Israel-Palestine issue.
Michael Brendan Dougherty discusses what the U.S. should do to end the war in Yemen.
David Swanson discusses U.S. foreign policy and healthy relationships.
Melvin Goodman discusses Trump’s campaign of militarization.
Matt Peppe discusses why we shouldn’t respect the presidency.
Paul Edwards discusses national genocide day.
Binoy Kampmark discusses refugees and the Australian govt.
Gareth Porter discusses Trump’s national security advisor’s role in creating a system of mass murder in Afghanistan.
William J. Astore discusses the notion that the U.S. is an indispenable nation.
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