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Roundup Top 10!

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Why Did the U.S. Kill Suleimani?

by Elizabeth Cobbs and Kimberly C. Field

The attack illustrates America’s lack of a clear grand strategy — and why we need one immediately.

 

War with Iran is not inevitable — but the U.S. must change course

by Kelly J. Shannon

The relationship between the countries, once friends and allies, has soured — because of U.S. aggression.

 

 

The Global War of Error

by Tom Engelhardt

Failure is the new success and that applies as well to the “industrial” part of the military-industrial complex.

 

 

Putin’s Big Historical Lie

by Anne Applebaum

In a series of comments in late December, the Russian president appeared to blame Poland for the outbreak of the Second World War.

 

 

The Colonization of Puerto Rico and the Limits of Impeachment

by DJ Polite

It is misleading to call impeachment "justice" when it reflects the priorities of empire.

 

 

It’s 1856 All Over Again

by Steve Inskeep

Immigration. Race. Demographic change. Political demagogy. That year’s presidential race had it all. What can it tell us about 2020?

 

 

Before the ‘Final Solution’ There Was a ‘Test Killing’

by Kenny Fries

Too few know the history of the Nazi methodical mass murder of disabled people. That is why I write.

 

 

Yes, Bernie Sanders Could Be the Nominee—and It Would Be an Epic Nightmare for Democrats

by Ronald Radosh

Sanders is where he is today in part because no one has really attacked him. But just wait until Republicans spend a billion dollars painting him as an extremist.

 

 

Why policymakers must act to preserve information freedom at home and abroad

by Diana Lemberg

A Cold War dichotomy pitting capitalism and democracy versus state control misreads history.

 

 

 

 

Evangelicals using religion for political gain is nothing new. It is a US tradition

by Reverend William Barber

No one who has read US history can be surprised by the hypocrisy of Evangelicals for Trump but it also tells us how their undoing will inevitably come.

 


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