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Video: The Seven Biggest Failures of Trumponomics By Robert Reich, June 12 2019

Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress keep crowing about the economy, when in reality Trumponomics has been a disaster. Here are its 7 biggest failures:

1. Trump promised to bring down America’s trade deficit “as fast as possible.”

The U.S. Has Been Eclipsed in Every Sphere but War. China’s Competitive Edge By Glen Ford, June 12 2019

US rulers promised that technology would bring the return of the millions of jobs that were outsourced to low-wage countries, but America has lost the hi-tech race and excels only in weapons of war.

The early U.S. global hi-tech

Russia-China: The Summit Which the Media Ignored By Manlio Dinucci, June 12 2019

On 5 June, the media projectors zeroed in on President Trump and the European leaders of NATO, who, for the anniversary of D-Day, auto-celebrated in Portsmouth “peace, freedom and democracy in Europe,” vowing to “defend them at any time, wherever

The Last Bastion of Al Qaeda in Syria: US Propaganda Blitz Ahead of Idlib’s Liberation By Tony Cartalucci, June 12 2019

A concerted effort is being made to once again flood Western headlines with now familiar and long-since discredited war propaganda as Syrian forces and their Russian and Iranian allies move in on Idlib in northern Syria to liberate it from

Radio Frequency Radiation (EMF) Threatens Plant and Animal Species with Extinction By Lisa Henkes, June 11 2019

“Despite widespread denial, the evidence that radio frequency (RF) radiation is harmful to life is already overwhelming.” 

But in a recent BBC article, they basically did just that: completely ignored the ridiculously large volume of evidence, which any ‘respectable’ …

Canada’s ‘Liberals’ Have a Disturbing Imperial Streak, Express Support for Regime Change in Venezuela By Prof. Vijay Prashad, June 11 2019

Canada’s embassy in Venezuela will—at the end of this month—close. The spur for this closure is an open attempt by Canada’s Justin Trudeau to overthrow Venezuela’s Nicolás Maduro. Canada is one of the leaders of the Lima Group, a

Media Paints Jihadist Commander Who Pledged Allegiance to ISIS as a Soccer Star with the Voice of an Angel By Alexander Rubinstein, June 11 2019

If you’ve read the headlines about the death of “Syrian activist” Abdel Basset al-Sarout, you probably think he was a pretty cool guy. Headlines referring to him as a “Syrian footballer, singer and rebel” make him seem like he

Asylum-Seeking Children from Central America Suffer Multi-Dimensional, Recurrent, Sustained Trauma By Physicians for Human Rights, June 11 2019

Since 2014, the number of children arriving at the U.S. border has risen dramatically, as unaccompanied children, adolescents, and young families have fled gang and other forms of violence in the Northern Triangle countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.

Beijing’s Strategic Option? China Reduces Its Exports of “Rare Earths” By Stephen Lendman, June 11 2019

Rare earths are essential to the production of high-tech and other products. China is the world’s leading producer by far. See below.

According to the US Geological Survey (USGS),

“(r)are-earth elements (REE) are necessary components of more than 200 products

Top Brazilian Judge Clears for Trial Lula’s Request for Freedom By Telesur, June 11 2019

The Supreme Federal Court (STF) judge, Gilmar Mendes, cleared for trial on Monday the request for freedom of former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, according to Brazilian media. 

The habeas corpus (HC) was presented by Lula’s defense …

America’s “Gun Violence Archive”. Data on Incidents and Casualties, Geographic Distribution By Gun Violence Archive, June 11 2019

The Gun Violence Archive is an online archive of gun violence incidents collected from over 2,500  law enforcement, media, government and commercial sources daily in an effort to provide near-real time data about the results of gun violence.

GVA is

Here’s Why the US Has No Right to Interfere in Nicaragua By John Perry, June 11 2019

It’s been almost 200 years since the US declared that it would allow no more European colonies in the western hemisphere. A 100 years later this was twisted into a declaration that Latin America is exclusively the US’s sphere of

Repeal the Espionage Act By Jacob G. Hornberger, June 11 2019

World War I is the gift that just keeps on giving. Although the U.S. government’s intervention into this senseless, immoral, and destructive war occurred 100 years ago, the adverse effects of the war continue to besiege our nation. Among the

‘How Will I Feed My Son?’: British Government Workers Fighting Back Against Poverty Pay By Nathan Akehurst, June 11 2019

In the heart of one of the world’s oldest and richest democracies, the staff keeping government offices functional are forced to turn to food banks because they cannot afford to eat.

Cleaners at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial …

Turkey’s “Military Multipolarity”: US Ally and NATO Heavyweight to Purchase Russia’s S-400 Air Defense System By Andrew Korybko, June 11 2019

The progress made on furthering the military dimension of Turkey’s multipolar grand strategy might be irreversible by this point after the US suspended the country from the F-35 training program and increased the odds that it’ll seek replacement warplanes from

Canada’s ‘Srebrenica Genocide Denial Law’: When Even the Truth Is No Defense By Stephen Karganovic, June 11 2019

Never mind the slow but steady dismantling in the fabled West of the “welfare state”, that temporary horror the elites grudgingly used to tolerate. But that was only as a means of pacifying their subjects and winning over credulous hearts

The Various Shades of Black… and Green By Philip A Farruggio, June 11 2019

The hit film of 2018 was Peter Farrelly’s Green Book. The film takes place in 1962, and was based on a true story about an Italian American bouncer, from the famous Copacabana NYC nightclub, securing a temporary job as

India Complies with US Sanctions against Iran, Iran Keeps Begging It to Reconsider By Andrew Korybko, June 11 2019

India capitulated to American pressure and complied with the anti-Iranian sanctions regime, yet Iran keeps begging it to reconsider and continue investing in the Islamic Republic anyhow, with its humiliating behavior revealing just how desperate it is for economic relief

Global Elites, Crisis of Humanity and ‘Facing the Juggernaut’ By Michael Welch and Peter Phillips, June 11 2019

The standard line is that the dominant powers in the world are democracies governed ‘of the people, by the people, for the people.’ Yet, we see that the important decisions are made by a relative handful of global elites by …

Video: Al Qaeda Militants Suffer Large Casualties in Clashes in Northern Hama By South Front, June 11 2019

Fierce clashes have been ongoing in northern Hama since June 6 when Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, Jaysh al-Izza, the Turkish-backed National Front for Liberation (NFL) and their allies launched an advance on Syrian Arab Army (SAA) positions there.

Initially, militants seized …

Video: 5G Telecommunications Technology in Space: “This is All About Controlling People in ‘Smart Cities'” By Claire Edwards, June 11 2019

Claire Edwards talked about 5G last February in Poland.

Now more than ever, it is necessary to know the advantages and disadvantages of the said technology.

First we are told that 5G in space will help mitigate global warming –

The Omnipresent Surveillance State: Orwell’s 1984 Is No Longer Fiction By John W. Whitehead, June 11 2019

“You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized.”—George Orwell, 1984

Tread cautiously: the fiction of George Orwell has become an operation manual

US-China Relations: Trump Is Waging “Psychological Warfare” on Xi By Andrew Korybko, June 11 2019

Trump just dramatically increased trade tensions between the US and China after publicly demanding that President Xi hold talks with him at the G20 otherwise he’ll immediately impose tariffs on $300 billion worth of imports, which is nothing less than

The SCO Summit in Bishek, to Address US Threats, Geopolitics of the Region, Cooperation By Prof. Engr. Zamir Ahmed Awan, June 11 2019

Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) 19th summit is scheduled to be held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, on 13-14 June 2019. It is a Eurasian political, economic, and security alliance, the creation of which was announced on 15 June 2001 in Shanghai, China

From Dollar Hegemony to Global Warming: Globalization, Glyphosate and Doctrines of Consent By Prof Denis Rancourt and Colin Todhunter, June 11 2019

There has been an on-going tectonic shift in the West since the abandonment of the Bretton Woods agreement in 1971. This accelerated when the USSR ended and has resulted in the ‘neoliberal globalization’ we see today. 

At the same time,

I Grew Up in Rural Jamaica. I Witnessed Abject Poverty By Tina Renier, June 11 2019

“Just as surely history is the product of those forces which seek to dominate in the name of glory or profit, equally is history the product of the forces of those who rebel” – Michael Manley, 1978

As a critical …

Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution in the Crosshairs of US Imperialism By Roger D. Harris, June 11 2019

With the likes of John Bolton and Elliot Abrams directing US foreign policy, the US government has abandoned all pretense of “plausible denial” for its illegal regime-change initiatives. The “humanitarian” bombs may not be falling but, make no mistake, the

Global Warming Morphs into the Solar Minimum By Renee Parsons, June 11 2019

Since Climate Change (CC) has been a constant of life on Gaia with the evolution of photosynthesis 3.2 billion years ago and has more complexities than this one essay can address; ergo, this article will explore CO2’s historic contribution to

Sign the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space By Global Research News, June 10 2019
Despite widespread denial, the evidence that radio frequency (RF) radiation is harmful to life is already overwhelming: sick and injured human beings, cells and organ systems in plants and animals, epidemiological evidence that cancer, heart disease and diabetes—are in part caused by electromagnetic pollution.
The Danger of Armed Drones: Targeted Killings By Drone Wars UK, June 10 2019

The use of armed drones is presented as a ‘risk-free’ solution to security problems. Through using remotely-controlled aircraft to take out bad guys far away from our shores, we are told, we are keeping the public as well as our

Homelessness and The Los Angeles “Disease Renaissance”: Typhoid and Typhus Make a Comeback By Sarah Cowgill, June 10 2019

A parable for US times. So busy with bombs, wars, sanctions, walls, that humans are relegated to the 15th century. – Felicity Arbuthnot

Despite hundreds of millions of dollars flowing through Los Angeles to stem the rising tide of homelessness

This Outlaw Power: America’s Intent is to Dominate China, Russia and the World By Christopher Black, June 10 2019

On June 4th the Chinese government issued a travel alert for Chinese tourists thinking of visiting the United States, a day after it issued a similar advisory to Chinese students thinking of studying in the US over concerns for their

“The Great Insect Dying” in Europe and North America, Numerous Insect Species in Decline, Confirmed by Entomologists By Jeremy Hance, June 10 2019

In recent months a debate over whether a global insect apocalypse is underway has raged in the mainstream media and among researchers. To assess the range of scientific opinion, Mongabay interviewed 24 entomologists and other scientists working on six continents,

The US-Mexican Deal Advances “Fortress America”, Softens China’s “Counter-Sanctions” By Andrew Korybko, June 10 2019

The deal that Trump struck with Mexico late last week in order to prevent the imposition of 5-25% tariffs on all of its exports to the US marketplace simultaneously advances his vision of “Fortress America” and softens the blow of

Haiti, the Silent Chaos! By Joël Léon, June 10 2019

Introductory Note on Somalia. Its Relevance to Haiti

One year of the war between Somalia and Ethiopia (1977-78) was enough to destroy an entire country and spread instability across the region.

After the 1991 coup that toppled general Mohamed Siad

Mike Pompeo Threatens to Intervene in British Democracy to Stop Corbyn Becoming Prime Minister By Alex Tiffin, June 10 2019

US Secretary for State Mike Pompeo has come under fire after a recording emerged of him saying he’d intervene to stop Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister. In the recording first reported by the Washington Post,

European Customers Are “Abandoning” UK Firms as Manufacturing Figures Sink By Jack Peat, June 10 2019

Signs that European customers are “abandoning” UK firms are starting to show after British manufacturing recorded the steepest downturn in almost three years.

Following an early Brexit stockpiling boom at the start of the year May figures dipped significantly for …

Trump’s Justice Department Preparing “Additional Indictment” Against Assange. Currently Facing 18 Spurious Charges By Stephen Lendman, June 10 2019

According to editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks Kristinn Hrafnsson“[The Trump administration]  is so desperate to build its case against WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange that it is using a diagnosed sociopath, a convicted conman and sex criminal, who was exposed by

Sudan: Chaos Unleashed. Color Revolution By Andrew Korybko, June 10 2019

The ongoing events in Sudan are a perfect example of the uncontrollable chaos that can be unleashed in society following a Color Revolution, with it now becoming almost impossible to predict how the latest crisis will be resolved, if ever.

Neoliberal Economics and Workers Rights in Ontario: One Million More Reasons to Mobilize Against Ford By Prof. Jeff Noonan, June 10 2019

The public sector “salary restraint” legislation expected by public sector union leaders was formally introduced on June 5th (Protecting a Sustainable Public Sector for Future Generations Act, 2019). I will get to the criticism in a moment. First,

The Most Crucial Pipeline of the Middle East? By Vanand Meliksetian, June 10 2019

Contemporary Middle Eastern history is strongly influenced by energy politics. Besides providing revenue for the state’s coffers, oil is also a potent geopolitical tool in the hands of resource-rich countries. Recently, officials from Lebanon, Syria and Iraq have engaged

Tens of Thousands of 5G Telecommunications Satellites. Escalating Tensions in a Contested and Congested Space Environment By Claire Edwards, June 10 2019

The Outer Space Treaty of 1967 enshrined the principle of outer space being preserved as a common heritage of humankind,yet “lacks any provisions that would regulate the methods of the settlement of eventual disputes, which usually appear

What “Everyone Knows” About D-Day By Prof Susan Babbitt, June 10 2019

Four days of coverage of D-Day on CBC radio and no one explains “free world”. After seventy-five years, everyone knows what it is.

Evolutionary biologist Steven Jay Gould said nothing is as dangerous as what “everyone knows” but no one …

Germany’s Historic Campaign: “No to Military Bases and Wars”. “NATO Out – Out of NATO” By Anneliese Fikentscher and Andreas Neumann, June 10 2019

The 3rd International Conference “No to Military Bases & Wars” (1) takes place in a country where the legal situation allows to eliminate all military facilities of USA and NATO, namely by terminating the “Convention on the Presence of Foreign

Somebody’s Watching You: The Surveillance of Self-Driving Cars By Luis F. Alvarez León, June 10 2019

Picture the future, where driving is a thing of the past. You can hop in your car or one from a ride-share, buckle up and tell the car where you want to go. During your ride, you can check your

Prime Minister of Poland Signs Global Appeal to Stop 5G Telecommunications Transmission? Unconfirmed By Julian Rose, June 10 2019

Global Research Editor’s Note

The records of the Stop 5G Global Appeal indicate that Poland’s Kancelaria Prezesa Rady Ministrow (Chancellery of the Council of Ministers), which is chaired by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has “signed” the appeal under the Category

The Downing of Malaysian Airlines MH17: Mahathir Opens a “Ukraine Political Pandora’s Box” By F. William Engdahl, June 10 2019

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad sent shock waves in a public speech where he dismissed a Dutch “official” report blaming Russia for the downing of Malaysia Air Flight 17 in July, 2014, weeks after a CIA-led coup toppled the elected

Has Serbia Lost Kosovo? Why President Hashim Thaçi Needs Another Conflict with Serbia By Rostislav Ishchenko, June 10 2019

On May 27th the president of Serbia Aleksandr Vucic urged to face the truth and to recognize that Serbia lost Kosovo. On May 28th units of the Kosovar police intruded into Serb districts in the north of Kosovo and arrested

The Future of War: Canadian Propaganda for More Military Spending By Jim Miles, June 10 2019

I had not intended to watch this program, a CBC special documentary hosted/narrated by Peter Mansbridge, the CBC’s retired chief correspondent and national news anchor.  However, as it came on during prime pre-dinner time viewing I thought that I should

Pakistan-Russia Relations: Upcoming Putin-Khan Meeting on Sidelines of SCO Summit By Andrew Korybko, June 09 2019

Russian President Putin and Pakistani Prime Minister Khan will reportedly have their first-ever meeting later this week during the SCO Summit in the Kyrgyz capital of Bishkek, but while the symbolism of this possible interaction shouldn’t be downplayed, observers also

Trump Threatens Turkey: Pull Out of S-400 Deal with Russia, Or Else. Ankara Intimates Pulling out of NATO By Stephen Lendman, June 09 2019

In December 2017, Turkey agreed to buy Russian S-400 air defense systems, categorized by military analysts as the world’s best, able to destroy multiple hostile aircraft, ballistic missiles, and other aerial targets up to 250 miles away at high and

Threats and Bullying: Trump’s Mexico “Trade Deal” By Stephen Lendman, June 09 2019

That’s how former WTO head Pascal Lamy described the deal Trump forced Mexico to accept last week — using tariffs or their threat to pressure and bully other countries to bend to Washington’s will, Lamy adding:

“If there’s a rule

The Solidarity and Unity of Venezuelans against U.S. Interventionism By Nino Pagliccia, June 09 2019

The foreign policy of the United States has never been rational and consistent. Its imperial ideology obfuscates the minds of its politicians who become blind to the consequences of their decisions. We have seen that clearly in their actions in

On Global Capitalist Crises: Systemic Changes and Challenges By Dr. Jack Rasmus and Mohsen Abdelmoumen, June 09 2019

The following is an excerpt from Dr. Rasmus’ May 2019 interview by American Herald Tribune reporter Mohsen Abdelmoumen


Mohsen Abdelmoumen: Why in your opinion can the capitalist system only generate crises?

Jack Rasmus: There are six major …

The Danish Elections: Social Democracy with an “Inhumane Face” By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, June 09 2019

The great centrist European tradition of social democracy has been receiving a rattle for the last few decades.  The European Parliament elections were a reminder how much their appeal has diminished.  In Denmark, by way of contrast, they have established

US Sanctions against Cuba. US Cruise Lines Begin to Withdraw. Sea Crossings to Cuba from the US are Declared “Illegal” By Bertha Mojena Milián, June 09 2019

As international condemnation of the latest U.S. sanctions continues to grow, three cruise lines operating on the island began to withdraw and apologize to their guests for changes in itineraries, with some 800,000 passengers affected


As international condemnation of …

General Roméo Dallaire Denies the “Canadian Genocide” and Distorts Rwanda’s By Yves Engler, June 09 2019

Is Roméo Dallaire a genocide denier?

After a (question free) talk at Concordia University this week I followed the famous Canadian general out of the room to ask why he still supports ruthless dictator Paul Kagame. Kagame is the …

Trump’s New Travel Restrictions Harm Both US and Cuban People By Prof. Marjorie Cohn, June 09 2019

Escalating his policy to economically strangle Cuba, Donald Trump has imposed new restrictions on travel to Cuba by U.S. persons. The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) will no longer allow the popular “people-to-people” educational travel and they will deny

Israel’s Attack on The USS Liberty: An Act of War, A False Flag, A Gross Betrayal By Craig McKee, June 09 2019

It is one of the greatest lies that most Americans – in fact most people around the world – have never heard of. And it reveals much about the true relationship between the United States and one of its “closest

US Treasury Department Tightens Sanctions on Venezuela Oil Sector By Ricardo Vaz, June 09 2019

The US Treasury Department has announced a hardening of measures against Venezuela’s oil industry.

In an amendment to the Venezuela sanctions published on Thursday, Washington stated that the existing licenses, which allow certain companies to continue dealing with Venezuela state …

Wireless Radiation: Stop the 5G Network on Earth and in Space, Devastating Impacts on Health and the Environment By Arthur Firstenberg, June 08 2019
If the telecom plans for 5G come to fruition, no person, no animal, no bird, no insect and no plant on Earth will be able to avoid exposure, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to levels of RF radiation that are tens to hundreds of times greater than what exists today
The Pentagon’s “Pacific Bellicosity” Is Threatening Both Russia and China By Andrew Korybko, June 08 2019

The Russian military claimed that the U.S.’ guided-missile cruiser Chancellorsville suddenly changed course early Friday morning while on a patrol in the East China Sea and almost collided with the Admiral Vinogradov destroyer that was passing through these waters at

USS Liberty 1967: Israel Murdered U.S. Sailors and Tried to Sink Their Ship … A Failed False Flag Attack Against the U.S. By Washington's Blog, June 08 2019

Firs published by February 15, 2015 on Washington Blog and Global Research

Fifty two years, on June 8, 1967, Israel attacked the American naval vessel USS Liberty in international waters, and tried to sink it.

After checking the Liberty out

Why Do We Think We Own the Earth? By Lesley Docksey, June 08 2019

We are now in climate crisis.  Almost every week another major scientific study hits the news, telling us we are losing this, destroying that and completely obliterating the other; whole ecological systems under threat while those with the power to

Tightening the Noose on Cuba By Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, June 08 2019

On the 2nd of May 2019, the Trump Administration decided to enforce Title 111 of the Helms-Burton Act. Title 111 authorises US nationals with claims to confiscated properties in Cuba to file suits in US courts against persons that

Internet Free Speech All but Dead By Philip Giraldi, June 08 2019

The Internet was originally promoted as a completely free and uncensored mechanism for people everywhere to exchange views and communicate, but it has been observed by many users that that is not really true anymore. Both governments and the service

An Israeli Double-Feature: 52nd Anniversary of Israel’s Attack on the USS Liberty By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, June 08 2019

Two days ago the US celebrated the 75th anniversary of D-Day with accolades to the armed forces and thanks to surviving veterans.  The country stood strongly with the military.  But today two days later is the 52 anniversary of a

Video: Al Qaeda Militants Use Turkish Weapons, Equipment in Hama Advance By South Front, June 08 2019

On June 6, joint forces of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (the former official branch of al-Qaeda in Syria), other al-Qaeda-linked groups and a coalition of Turkish-backed militants known as the National Front for Liberation launched a large-scale advance in northern Hama.

America’s “Golden Age” Might Lead to “Energy Colonialism”? By Andrew Korybko, June 08 2019

Igor Sechin, the CEO of Rosneft and one of the most powerful people in Russia, isn’t jumping on the Alt-Media bandwagon of speculating about America’s supposedly imminent demise but is instead warning that it might actually be about to

To the People of Cuba: Is Washington Preparing a “Soft Coup”? The Co-optation of Cuban Intellectuals By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, June 08 2019
The Cuban Revolution constitutes a fundamental landmark in the history of humanity, which challenges the legitimacy of global capitalism. In all major regions of the World, the Cuban revolution has been a source of inspiration and struggle...
New Evidence Proves Israel Attacked USS Liberty With Orders to Kill 294 Americans By Aaron Nelson, June 08 2019

America is commemorating the 52nd anniversary of the Israeli attack on USS Liberty.

This article was first published on November 14, 2014

Fresh evidence presented in an exclusive Al Jazeera investigation into the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty that

When the Journalists Ganged Up on Assange They Ganged Up on Themselves By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, June 08 2019

Journalists did not appreciate the implications for themselves of the contrived and false indictment of Julian Assange by a corrupt US government.  It was obvious to a few of us that the indictment by the US government, a government constrained

Trump Reinvents The History of World War II, Honoring US Vets and Talking Peace While Waging War By Stephen Lendman, June 08 2019

The US was Soviet Russia’s junior partner in the battle to defeat Nazi Germany. History taught US students otherwise. So do US presidents, Trump no exception. 

In Colleville-sur-Mer, France, the Normandy American Cemetery, commemorating the 75th D-Day anniversary, launching the

Who Rules the World? Bilderberg 2019 and the Global Power Elite By Michael Welch, Dan Dicks, and Peter Phillips, June 07 2019
The most wealthy and powerful individuals on the planet meet through secretive unaccountable non-governmental groups to decide the policies that will advance their aims, potentially at the expense of the bulk of humanity.
History of World War II: America Was Providing Military Aid to the USSR, While Also Supporting Nazi Germany By Evgeniy Spitsyn, June 07 2019
John D. Rockefeller Jr. owned a controlling interest in Standard Oil, but the next largest stockholder was the German chemical company I. G. Farben, through which the firm sold $20 million worth of gasoline and lubricants to the Nazis.
Profits über Alles! American Corporations and Hitler By Dr. Jacques R. Pauwels, June 07 2019

75 years ago, the D-Day 2019 commemoration of the US-led invasion of Normandy.

“World War II is widely celebrated as a “crusade” in which the US fought unreservedly on the side of democracy, freedom, and justice against dictatorship.” 

While America

Boeing Obama a Gold Watch and 346 Dead By Corporate Crime Reporter, June 07 2019

Democrats want to make Donald Trump the issue in 2020.

If they do, they will lose again, the way they lost in 2016.

Instead, the 2020 election should be about corporate power in all of its manifestations, its hold on …

It’s Not a US-India “Trade War”: Delhi and Washington Are Just Trying to Get a Better Trade Deal By Andrew Korybko, June 07 2019

Many international observers have misinterpreted Trump’s termination of India’s membership in the “Generalized System of Preferences” and New Delhi’s decision to supposedly go forward with the S-400s despite CAATSA sanctions threats as the beginning of an Indo-American “trade war”, but

The Global War on Journalism By Mike Head, June 07 2019

Australian Federal Police officers raided two separate news offices within 24 hours this week, in a chilling and blatant attack on the freedom of the press, aimed at intimidating journalists who report on government misconduct and war crimes.

On Wednesday, …

New Study: United States Uses 85 Pesticides Outlawed in Other Countries By Center For Biological Diversity, June 07 2019

The United States allows the use of 85 pesticides that have been banned or are being phased out in the European Union, China or Brazil, according to a peer-reviewed study published today by the academic journal Environmental Health.

In 2016 …