Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the “thank you for your service” cliche.
Peter Maass discusses the movie War Machine.
Ali Winston discusses how sanctuary cities can protect undocumented from ICE data mining.
Jesse Franzblau discusses U.S. fueled drug war violence in Mexico.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses why it doesn’t matter who controls the military.
Daniel Larison discusses the Saudi led war in Yemen and U.S. arms sales to the country.
Sheldon Richman discusses the recent shooting of a member of the U.S. Congress and what people are missing.
George H. Smith discusses Lysander Spooner.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the War on Terror and anti-Islam sentiment.
Medea Benjamin discusses the U.S. backing for the Saudi led war in Yemen.
Ivan Eland discusses defense spending under Trump.
Daniel L. Davis discusses why U.S. tactical success in military conflicts doesn’t lead to a strategic win.
Kelley Beaucar Vlahos discusses Peter Van Buren’s new book via interviewing him.
William Hartung discusses the U.S. alliance with Saudi Arabia.
Miriam Pensack discusses Rex Tillerson and Venezuela.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses Say’s law.
Ramzy Baroud discusses the Israel, U.S., and the U.N.
Conor Friedersdorf discusses the violence produced by the War on Drugs.
Christopher Layne discusses the mini-surge in Afghanistan.
Murtaza Hussain and Rajaai Bourhan discuss a U.S. airstrike.
Todd E. Pierce discusses counter-insurgency.
Phyllis Bennis discusses civilian dead in Trump’s wars.
Uri Avnery discusses the 4 letter word that is taboo in Israel.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the truth about what the troops are doing abroad.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Trump’s reversal of Obama’s partial liberalization of relations with Cuba.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses how we became like the state commies in order to fight them.
Jill Richardson discusses Cuba, Trump, and the U.S. embargo.
John Feffer discusses the possibility of a U.S. war with Iran under the Trump admin. “
Nick Turse discusses U.S. special operations forces.
Joseph G. Ramsey discusses how a cop killer walked free.
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