On his program On Contact, Chris Hedges speaks to Noam Chomsky on terrorism, militarism, media & the state of America’s empire, at home and abroad.
Month: January 2021
The Making of US Empire at the Beginning of its End
Pepe Escobar on reading Stephen Wertheim’s new book, Tomorrow the World.
Russiagate Ain’t Over
Even in victory the Democrats are rearing the ugly head of Russiagate to further vanquish the vanquished and protect their power, writes Joe Lauria.
The Future of War in Biden’s America
Danny Sjursen offers a Bidenesque tour of U.S. militarism.
After Fast Start, Biden Urged to Go Further on Climate
Among its Day-One measures, the new administration revoked the presidential permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline and put a temporary moratorium on all fossil fuel activities in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
LEE CAMP: What Biden Can Do Without Congress (But Won’t)
The new president could take executive action on many of the largest problems within the United States, right away, on his own.
10 Worst Things Trump Did & 5 Things He Didn’t Do
Donald Trump has left the White House. We look back at his tumultuous four years in the Oval Office, judging the worst, and not so worst, things he did, and some things he didn’t do.
Pompeo Escapes Without a Scratch
The State Department was meant to be a counterpart to the U.S. War Department, writes Caitlin Johnstone. Instead it wound up as a cheering squad for starvation sanctions, proxy wars and war coalitions.
Hedges Talks to Greenwald on Censorship & the Incoming Biden Administration
The two Pulitzer-prize winning journalists discuss what to expect from Joe Biden and the role of the Democratic Party in pressuring social media companies to censor its content, on the program On Contact.
US Files Appeal in Assange Case
The U.S. has filed an appeal in London against a British judge’s decision to block Julian Assange’s extradition on health grounds.