Witness the obliteration of a highly significant passage in U.S. history. To be deprived in this way of the past — of the facts of our time — is a kind of condemnation.
Tag: Deep State
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Trump & the Stormy Deep State
We keep coming face-to-face with the wreckage of the Russiagate years, when the 45th president threatened the national security apparatus for, possibly, the first time since Kennedy fired Allen Dulles as C.I.A. director in 1961.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Obituary for Russiagate
The fraudulent fable has died, but its consequences live on.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Psyops
The Deep State’s imperative to colonize independent media is now before us.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Mike Pompeo’s Cold-War Fever
As this dreadful year draws near its close, the top U.S. diplomat has put us at far more risk of war than we were at its start.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Voting in a De-Facto Military State
Between Biden and Trump, U.S. voters have no alternative to our anxious empire’s lawless conduct abroad.
RAY McGOVERN: US-Russia Ties, from Heyday to MayDay
Whatever hopes Russia’s leader may have had for a more workable relationship with the U.S. have been “trumpled,” so to speak.
The FBI Came Close to Staging a Coup
Andrew McCabe, a senior bureau official, provided the alarming evidence in a “60 Minutes” interview, writes John Kiriakou.
American Public Troubled by ‘Deep State’
Although most Americans are unfamiliar with the term ‘Deep State,’ according to recent polling they are nevertheless skeptical of unelected government and military officials who secretly manipulate or direct national policy, John V. Walsh reports.
Former CIA Chief Brennan Running Scared
With former CIA Director John Brennan accusing President Donald Trump of “moral turpitude” for his “scapegoating” of Andy McCabe, it remains to be seen whether a constitutional crisis will be averted, writes Ray McGovern.