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Dangerous Ignorance

Perhaps the biggest threat to the future of America is the ignorance its voters. Late night TV entertains its viewers with interviews demonstrating how little the average person knows about government policy and current events. 533 more words

US Flexes Muscles, Plans to Quadruple Military Budget in Europe in 2017

Sputnik – February 2, 2016

The US Defense Secretary Ash Carter has announced plans to significantly increase military spending in Europe from US$789 million to US$3.4 billion next year and place more troops and equipment in Eastern Europe and the Baltic States, according to sources.

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An Improbable Solution

Delusions on Syria prevail in official Washington

By Philip Giraldi • Unz Review • February 2, 2016

Tulsi Gabbard is one brave Congresswoman. She has challenged her party and the president…

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US economic growth slows sharply

Just 280 days until this “hope and change” nightmare is over.

Funny, I didn’t hear much about this in the US national news. I had to go to the BBC to find out about… 318 more words


CIA covert ops needs Saudi money: decades story recurring

American Herald Tribune | January 30, 2016

For decades, America’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been relying on its partner’s money in discrete and covert operations; the money of the Saudi oil-rich kingdom.

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A Russian Diplomat’s Take on the World

By Gilbert Doctorow | Consortium News | January 29, 2016

On Jan. 26, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held an important year-in-review press conference before an audience of about 150 journalists, including the BBC correspondent Steve Rosenberg and many other well-known representatives of mainstream Western media.

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American Take on the Freedom of the Press

By Martin Berger – New Eastern Outlook – 29.01.2016

In the “free and democratic system” being pushed upon all other states in the world by the United States and its Western allies, journalists are increasingly unhappy about the repressions they’ve been facing over the last decade, along with constant surveillance and the demand to cooperate with intelligence services.

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