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Don’t Kill the Messenger: Looking Back at the Death of Reporter Gary Webb

Don’t Kill the Messenger: Looking Back at the Death of Reporter Gary Webb

Robert O’Dowd and Tim King Salem-News.com Gary Webb reported treasonous activities within the US govt relating to the Contra rebels and lost his life in a most unusual manner. (SACRAMENTO, CA) – Investigative reporting is not for the faint hearted. Gary Webb, an excellent investigative reporter, was dead eight years on December 10, 2012. Webb’s […]

Brzezinski: The Last American Cowboy "Spills the Beans"

Brzezinski:  The Last American Cowboy "Spills the Beans"

No wonder Dick Cheney has asked Hillary Clinton to offer a primary challenge to President Obama. As Obama has finally begun to take the grips of state, offending Israel with realistic foreign policy and demanding that wealthy Americans begin paying for their decades of failed "Reaganomics" free ride, Cheney, biggest lunatic of them all, works to divide.

America: Once the Most Respected Nation in the World; What Happened?

America: Once the Most Respected Nation in the World; What Happened?

We might call what happened to America “the good cop, bad cop” syndrome. The skies are full of our air power; the seas teeming with our fleets; and a large part of the world is garrisoned with our military installations and troops. The America of today is largely being viewed as the bad cop after its invasions and occupations of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan over the past decade.

Iran and Libya: Musical Chairs, Enemy to Ally

Iran and Libya:  Musical Chairs, Enemy to Ally

News suppression is a way of life in the USA. Our 2007 NIE said the same thing. What is different is that this one is based on deep penetration of Iran, teams on the ground, far more advanced surveillance techniques, in fact, we have spies everywhere in Iran.

David Miliband’s Afghan Endgame Slightly off Mark

David Miliband’s Afghan Endgame Slightly off Mark

It is typical to scoff at David Miliband’s position for his post-political career. But in a recent New York Times article the former U.K Foreign Secretary showed that his intellect and judgment on a number of key issues, including how to bring the Afghan War to an end, was and remains almost finely honed; but it lacks an indigenous solution to be airborne:


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