Russia-gate has shed any premise of being about Russian interference, writes Daniel Lazare, but the idea that America may in anyway be responsible for its own fate is of course unthinkable.
Category: Campaign 2020
The Tragedy of Venezuela is the Tragedy of the US
Trump doesn’t give a farthing about Venezuela and is letting his underlings let slip the dogs of war in so long as it secures Florida’s electoral votes for Trump 2020, says Lawrence Wilkerson.
The US Should Get Ready for King Mohammed bin Salman
Riyadh finds it outrageous that American lawmakers are trying to meddle in Saudi Arabia’s succession, writes Giorgio Cafiero.
Assange’s Lynch Mob Commenters in the NYT
The Gray Lady now seems to be against press freedom, writes James Howard Kunstler.
Gravel Declares Presidential Bid to Highlight Anti-Interventionism and Direct Democracy
The former U.S. senator, 89, who read the Pentagon Papers into the Congressional record, and ran for president in 2008, says he’s not entering to win but to inject crucial issues into Democratic primary debates.
Russia-gate’s Successor Gambit
Now the propaganda crusade has been initiated to defame the AG, writes James Howard Kunstler.
Anti-Semitism and Double Standards
Criticizing Israel is considered bad form, writes Daniel Lazare, but keeping mum about Saudi crimes is fine as long as the donations continue to flow.
Trump Is Going to Thank MSNBC Until November 2020
Peddlers of Russia-gate have boosted the U.S. president’s re-election campaign, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
Joe Biden on the Relaunch Pad
Whether Biden can win the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination will largely depend on how little voters know about his actual record, writes Norman Solomon.
This Time the Big Obstacle for Bernie Isn’t DNC Rigging
In the 2020 race it’s the reflexive corporate media spin against the candidate, writes Norman Solomon.