Kim Ghattas’s new book ‘Black Wave’ is getting rave reviews, but As`ad AbuKhalil calls it pure empire advocacy.
Month: June 2020
UPRISING: The Democratic Party Exists To Co-Opt & Kill Authentic Change
The actors remain motionless, and Godot never comes, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: The Failed American Experiment
Here comes the front edge of a new era, one in which America finally falls off its horse, its global standing properly diminished.
FBI Launches Open Attack on ‘Foreign’ Alternative Media Outlets Challenging US Foreign Policy
Under FBI orders, Facebook and Google removed or restricted ads for an alternative site that publishes U.S. and European writers critical of U.S. foreign policy, Gareth Porter reports.
UPRISING: Hundreds of Thousands March in US for Racial Justice and Police Reform, While Tense Days Lie Ahead; Protests Lead to Minneapolis Vow to Abolish its Police Force
UPDATE: If they are sustained, the protests can lead toward more repression, or genuine reform, such as Minneapolis pledging to dismantle its police force on Sunday, writes Joe Lauria.
UPRISING: Police and Their Apologists Have Already Lost the Argument
These are public servants. Imagine if teachers, mail carriers or DMV employees were routinely assaulting anyone who spoke impolitely to them, writes Caity Johnstone.
Facebook Singles Out State Media of US Adversaries for a Warning
Ignoring state-owned media in nations allied with the U.S., Facebook is attaching a warning label to state media from countries the U.S. doesn’t like.
VIPS MEMO: To the AG–More on Mueller’s Forensics-Free Findings
Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity have written a new memo to Attorney General William Barr in regard to new evidence indicating there was no hack of the Democratic National Committee computers.
COVID-19: Analysis Finds Nearly 1/3 of Owed Jobless Benefits Not Yet Paid
There is a $67 billion gap that Bloomberg news found between the sum of benefits paid out by the Treasury Department and the amount owed to jobless Americans.
WATCH: CN LIVE! New Episode— ‘America in Revolt’
A protest sparked by another police killing of an unarmed, black man spread in days beyond the U.S. Can this upheaval produce serious reform of policing and economic policy? With Margaret Kimberley, Garland Nixon, Brian Becker and Richard Wolff.