Diana Johnstone considers the fun and games surrounding the possibility of a disputed U.S. election result and concludes that the future is being planned elsewhere, for instance at the next meeting in Davos.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Know Your Rights. Don’t Talk to Cops at the Airport
When an ICE officer stopped me after I got off the plane I knew the harassment was about to begin. But I was ready for it.
The Public Option in Pharmaceuticals
We are now battling the public health challenge of our lifetimes without the tests, treatments and vaccines we need, writes Dana Brown.
After Coup in Mali Only Citizens Can Free the Land
Vijay Prashad puts the latest coup in the gold-rich country, where the people are once again eager for a break from the colonial past, into historical context.
US Military Robots on Fast Track to Leadership Role
It’s time for Congress to ask tough questions about automating combat decision-making before pouring billions of taxpayer dollars into the enterprise, writes Michael T. Klare.
The Triumph of Monopoly Capitalism is Hurting American Workers’ Life Expectancy
We have returned to Franklin Roosevelt’s one-third of a nation ill-housed, ill-clad, ill-nourished, writes John Buell.
LEE CAMP: We Gawk at Nonsense Political Theater While the Real Enemies Go Unnoticed
Looking beyond the distractions, one can see what really matters, like detecting cancer.
Chris Hedges: How Corporate Tyranny Works
Those, like environmental lawyer Steven Donziger, who fight the corporate control of our society on behalf of the vulnerable find the institutions of power unite to crucify them.
Throw Out ‘Rule Brittania’ & Empty the Dustbin
John Wight says Britain’s historical songs and national anthem bear false witness to history, with ongoing diabolical consequences.
COVID-19: Will Public Schools Survive a Reopening?
Truly caring for students during the pandemic would mean extending unemployment benefits, providing rental assistance and enacting universal health care, writes Belle Chesler.