by Michael Snyder The American people are increasingly waking up to the fact that nothing ever seems to change in Washington D.C. no matter which […]
by Nikolai Malishevski Curious information surfaced in the media  – based on space reconnaissance, the US Department of Defense put together a map of […]
by Bill Van Auken The former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden appeared Sunday night in his first extended television interview. Citing published statements by […]
by Richard K. Moore, New Dawn The defining dramatic moment in the film The Matrix occurs just after Morpheus invites Neo to choose between a red pill […]
by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts A Funeral Notice for Osama bin Laden was published on December 26, 2001, in the Egyptian newspaper al-Ward. An English translation […]
by Rady Ananda Before the first official bomb lands on Syria, the New World Order plans to vaccinate 2.2 million Syrian children under the age […]
Edward Snowden.(AFP Photo / Wikileaks) US and British intelligence officials say they are concerned about a “doomsday” collection of highly classified, heavily encrypted materials they […]
by Tom Burghardt Back in the 1990s, security researchers and privacy watchdogs were alarmed by government demands that hardware and software firms build “backdoors” into […]
by Jim DiEugenio President John F. Kennedy in the motorcade through Dallas shortly before his assassination on Nov. 22, 1963. (Photo credit: Walt Cisco, Dallas […]
Today, 13 November 2013, WikiLeaks released the secret negotiated draft text for the entire TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) Intellectual Property Rights Chapter. The TPP is the largest-ever […]
by Charles Eisenstein Why is the American public so unenthusiastic about bombing Syria? Certainly the case for war is weak and hypocritical both in its pretext and […]
The United States has accumulated over $70 trillion in unreported debt, an amount nearly six times the declared figure, according to a new study by […]
by Andre Damon The British Guardian newspaper, which first carried National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden’s revelations of massive and illegal government spying, on Wednesday published a report […]
by Prof Michel Chossudovsky While the Western media portrays North Korea’s nuclear weapons program as a threat to Global Security, it fails to acknowledge that the […]
US federal prosecutors have charged whistleblower Edward Snowden with espionage, theft and conversion of government property in a criminal complaint, and asked Hong Kong to […]
by Prof Michel Chossudovsky Barack Obama and John Kerry: Are They “Terror Suspects”? A major transition in US counter-terrorism doctrine is unfolding. While Barack Obama, following […]
by Anthony Gucciardi Corporate politics is business as usual inside the United States, as I am once again shocked to report the EPA has sided with industry lobbyists […]
US Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. (AFP Photo / Shah Marai) Top Afghan officials have been on the CIA’s […]
Tehran and Pyongyang are in talks about possible exports of Iranian oil to North Korea, Iran’s oil ministry said on Saturday. “We have had, and […]
by Mick Meaney, Contributor New evidence has emerged that proves the US intentionally lied about the true nature of its controversial drone strike operations. The leaked intelligence […]
by Jack A. Smith What’s happening between the U.S. and North Korea to produce such headlines this week as “Korean Tensions Escalate,” and “North Korea Threatens […]
by Anthony Gucciardi President Obama has signed into law the notorious Monsanto Protection Act legislation hidden inside of the Continuing Resolution spending bill, which protects Monsanto and its genetically […]
In the typical slippery nature of Monsanto’s legislation-based actions, the biotech giant is now virtually guaranteed the ability to recklessly plant experimental GM crops without having to worry about the United States government and its subsequent courts. The Monsanto Protection Act buried deep within the budget resolution has passed the Senate, and now nothing short of a presidential veto will put an end to the ruling.
by Anthony Gucciardi We’ve seen similar scenarios in the past, events in which the massive financial power of multi-national corporations is able to buy out legislators […]
World War II was a global conflict that involved all of the world’s super powers. During a time of war human rights and societal laws become lost, towns are massacred, art houses are looted, and military figures are assassinated. The conflicting countries operations and certain war time events become classified and highly secretive. This is why many historical gaps and mysteries surround wars. Many influential events that occurred during World War II are still shrouded in mystery, including an outbreak of reported unidentified flying objects. Bright lights and unexplained UFO’s became such a regular occurrence during WWII that they were given the name “Foo Fighters” or “Kraut Fireballs.” Here is information surrounding 10 of the most widely documented mysteries of WWII.
The head of the United States Cyber Command says the US is developing 40 new teams of cyber-agents that will both protect America’s critical infrastructure from hackers and as well as launch attacks against the country’s adversaries.
By Julie Lévesque “One of the most pervasive trends in 21st century western culture has become somewhat of an obsession in America. It’s called “Hollywood history”, […]
Throughout the history of the world there have been despots, tyrants, dictators and kings who have imposed their will over those they conquered. After defeating rival armies in battle, many of these rulers went on to lead cruel, ruthless and abusive regimes largely by keeping the subjugated powerless to resist.
The atomic bombings of the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan were conducted by the United States during the final stages of World War II in 1945. These two events represent the only use of nuclear weapons in war to date.
Testimonies below are part of “Voice of Hibakusha”, from the Hiroshima Witness program, produced by the Hiroshima Peace Cultural Center and NHK. The transcripts were distributed on Usenet in 1990.
The two US lawmakers responsible for last year’s failed cybersecurity bill known as CISPA are reintroducing the act, and renewed interest from Washington means it […]