Jonathan Cook says Trump happened – and put the left’s priorities to the test.
Trillion Dollar Pools of Unregulated Capital
Chuck Collins considers the systemic risks of “family offices,” those in-house wealth management systems that hit the headlines with the the collapse of Archegos Capital.
LEE CAMP: We Can’t Vote ‘Em Out
We can make all sorts of noise and even scare ’em, but the A-Holes are here to stay.
Australian War Crimes Report Means Get the Hell Out of Afghanistan
These are unforgivable atrocities which cry out to the heavens for vengeance. Nothing can undo them. Nothing can set them right, writes Caitlin Johnston.
RAY McGOVERN: What is John Brennan So Worried About?
Given the uncertainties of Donald Trump’s actions as he faces a White House exit, the possible declassification of certain documents has the former CIA director sweating.
ELECTION 2020: The United Politics of America
Beneath all the hurled insults and heated debates, the two factions are actually furiously agreeing with one another the entire time, argues Caitlin Johnstone.
Chris Hedges: Trump’s Barrett Nomination Another Step Toward Christian Totalitarianism
All fascist and totalitarian movements paper over their squalid belief systems with the veneer of religious morality.
LEE CAMP: 28 Million Evictions Loom as Houses Sit Empty
America is not based on hard work. Get it out of your head that this society is set up to be fair. Fair would be everyone with a roof over their head.
OPINION: Bellicose anti-China and anti-Russian Rhetoric is Meant for Us, Not Them
As in the dystopian novel 1984, Western propaganda that seems aimed at Moscow and Beijing is really intended for the citizens of the so-called Free World, writes retired Australian diplomat Tony Kevin.
UFO Hype Is Probably Just the US Military Lying Again
The U.S. military has for years been using mass media to inflame public interest in alleged UFOs, and it’s entirely possible it is a domestic ploy to get more Space Force funding, writes Caitlin Johnstone.