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NYT Benghazi Bombshell: Embassy Attack Spurred By Anti-Islam Video
A comprehensive New York Times investigation into the deadly 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi found no evidence of involvement by al-Qaeda or other terrorist groups; in fact, according to the report, the attack was largely fueled by anger at the American-made video "The Innocence of Muslims." Read more...
And still they blather on about cuts. Read more...
A leaked Pakistani government report has bolstered claims that civilian casualties from U.S. drone strikes are far higher than the Obama administration has been willing to admit. Read more...
"Here's to the watchdogs, the whistleblowers, the nonviolent resisters. Those who fight for fairness and hustle to keep the planet honest. Theirs is not an easy stroll through the tulips." Read more...
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After the past weekend in Chicago at the NATO summit where nearly 100 protesters were arrested, Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! speaks to National Lawyers Guild attorney Sarah Gelsomino who is representing on of the five activists charged with Read more...
The first live on-location Moment of Clarity comes to you from the NATO protests in Chicago. Read more...
Tall Tale Productions filmed the action in Chicago between May 18 - May 21st, and put together this great five minute compilation set to music. Read more...
Scenes From #NoNATO Protests in Chicago on May 20, 2012... Read more...
I am certain it is mere coincidence that every time peaceful protesters plan a major action, police announce a vile conspiracy to blow things up. And it is even more of a coincidence that the conspirators claim to have been baited into such Read more...