Omidyar’s Intercept Teams Up With War-Propaganda Firm Bellingcat

By Whitney Webb, -

NEW YORK — The Intercept, along with its parent company First Look Media, recently hosted a workshop for pro-war, Google-funded organization Bellingcat in New York. The workshop, which cost [...]

17 Years Of Getting Afghanistan Completely Wrong

By David Swanson, -

There are, as far as I know, no polls on the percentage of people in the United States who know that the war is still going on, but it seems to be pretty low. Polling Report lists no polls at all [...]

[Act Out! 177] – The Real Problem With The Supreme Court, Endless War & Our Enemies In Blue

By Eleanor Goldfield, -

We don't even really get to choose the person who chooses the people who dictate the highest law of the land. That might sound confusing – and it is. It's even more frustrating. The Supreme Court [...]

CODEPINK’s Medea Benjamin Interrupts Trump Official’s Warmongering Iran Speech

By Jake Johnson, -

"That is the most ridiculous thing I have seen. The world community wants to keep the Iran nuclear deal," Benjamin declared as she walked on stage at the small gathering, which was hosted by the [...]

Active Duty War Resisters Unite

By Staff, Redacted Tonight -

Lee Camp, of Redacted Tonight, speaks with Mike Prysner of the Empire Files about his reasons for opposing the war in Iraq, where he served in the military. Prysner describes how he and other [...]

War Is Big Business. We Need A Strengthened Movement To Challenge The Arms Industry

By Brent Patterson, -

Case in point, on April 7, 2017, Fortune reported, "Raytheon stock surged Friday morning, after 59 of the company's Tomahawk missiles were used to strike Syria in Donald Trump's first major [...]

Why The Chicago ‘68 Convention Matters Today

By Andy Thayer, -

The events around the 1968 Democratic Convention were a sharp turning point in U.S. politics. In full view of news cameras, Mayor Richard J. Daley let his police crack the heads of anti-war [...]

Afghanistan: The War That Shames America

By Eric Margolis, -

There, a valiant, fiercely-independent people, the Pashtun (Pathan) mountain tribes, have battled the full might of the US Empire to a stalemate that has so far cost American taxpayers $4 [...]

The War Piece To End All War Pieces

By Tom Engelhardt, -

Fair warning. Stop reading right now if you want, because I’m going to repeat myself. What choice do I have, since my subject is the Afghan War (America’s second Afghan War, no less)? I began [...]

Manufacturing Consent For War On Iran: Pompeo’s New Iran Action Group

By Trita Parsi, -

August 16, 2018 "Information Clearing House" -  I wanted to share with you a few thoughts on the announcement of Mike Pompeo’s new Iran Action Group at the State Department. As if the parallels [...]

Opposing Bipartisan Warmongering Is Defending Human Rights Of The Poor And Working Class

By Ajamu Baraka, -

The decision by Democrat Party president Harry Truman to bomb the cities of Hiroshima on August 6 and Nagasaki on the 9thwith the newly developed nuclear weapon signaled to the world that the [...]

Afghanistan: US Losing Its Longest War Despite Trump Escalation

By F. Michael Maloof, -

The latest conflicting reports about whether or not the Taliban has taken the strategic city of Ghazni between the Afghan capital of Kabul and Kandahar reflect the dilemma and difficulties that [...]

How BRICS Plus Clashes With The US Economic War On Iran

By Pepe Escobar, -

August 04, 2018 "Information Clearing House" -  The key take away from the BRICS summit in Johannesburg is that Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – important Global South players – [...]

Protest War And Racism, In Chicago, On August 25th

By Rich Whitney, -

In calling for this demonstration, the Chicago Committee Against War and Racism declares that in many respects we are confronting worse evils today than we were 50 years ago — but we are still [...]

When It Comes To War, Words Matter

By Gayle Morrow, -

Words matter. It’s an important lesson learned by children in the play yard and PR firm executives alike. That is why the recent unheralded word change to the U.S. Department of Defense’s Mission [...]