David Swanson discusses why flag burning matters.
Ray McGovern discusses David Petraeus.
Thomas L. Knapp discusses flag burning.
Ramzy Baroud discusses a day of action on behalf of Palestine.
Stephen Kinzer discusses reconciling with Iran and Russia.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses blowback and U.S. foreign policy.
Glenn Greenwald discusses far nationalist movements and Islamophobia.
Alex Emmons and Lee Fang discuss the anti-Muslim DHS Trump pick.
Tom Engelhardt discusses the most dangerous country on Earth.
Mike Ludwig discusses how Trump’s admin will hurt people of color via the War on Drugs.
Phillip Carter and Loren DeJonge Schulman discuss Trump’s appointment of so many military officers to positions in the govt.
Sheldon Richman discusses why Trump and conservatives aren’t friends of liberty.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses ending the Cuban embargo.
David S. D’Amato discusses government and community.
Medea Benjamin discusses a tribunal on the Iraq War.
Joshua Frank discusses the accusation that CounterPunch publishes Russian propaganda.
Uri Avnery discusses forest fires and anti-Arab propaganda in Israel.
John Feffer discusses Trump’s predictability.
Christopher J. Fettweis discusses a book by two neoconservatives.
Uri Friedman discusses how Donald Trump will describe the War on Terror.
Pratap Chatterjee discusses what Obama could do in his remaining days as president to help make sure Trump doesn’t exercise too much horrific power.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses David Hume on economics and markets.
C.J. Polychroniou interviews Andrew Bacevich on U.S. foreign policy.
Michael J. Glennon discusses Trump and the national security state.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the income tax.
W.T. Whitney discusses the peace process in Colombia.
Patrick Cockburn discusses reporting out of Iraq and Syria.
Michael D. Yates discusses a book by an antiwar Vietnam veteran.
Eli Clifton discusses one of Trump’s national security appointee’s view on Islam.