The Intercept's co-founder Glenn Greenwald blasts the media for repeating the same behavior we saw from them during the run-up to the invasion of Iraq.
This day in history - January 26, 1944 - the Italian campaign continues slowly. Soviet Union refuses to recognize Polish government in exile based on reiterating Nazi propaganda about alleged Russian atrocities. Argentina cuts off ties to Germany. The Black Market is alive and well and thriving in the U.S., based on undercover investigations.
John wrote about whistle-blower Bunnatine "Bunny" Greenhouse back in 2005 and sadly this woman's story has fallen completely off the radar, while in the mean time, war profiteer Dick Cheney is allowed to come on the air day after day and not be held
David Isenberg, UPI [h/t MF] Say whatever you want about Blackwater Worldwide -- and hardly a day goes by when something isn't being said about it
David Seaton's News Links: The present election campaign demonstrates that powerful forces in the Washington political and foreign policy communities,
While there's nothing as blockbuster as Gonzales's appearance, the Senate is clearly busy this week and there's some interesting things on
I'm a major devotee of Michael Shaw's BAGNewsNotes. I saw this post a couple of weeks ago, but C&Ler JJohnson reminded me of it in the com
Driftglass makes an astute observation about the Malkin/AP story disaster: If the AP has been clowning with information from Iraq, we need to know it
Seeing the Forest: It's starting...Patrick Leahy has introduced the War Profiteering Prevention Act The Huffington Post: The animated "train
Nitpicker: Is the Wall Street Journal treasonous? The Opinion Mill: Welcome to Neckville Looking for Someone to Lie to Me: The Government Accountabi
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