Among the lying liars who lied the U.S. into invading Iraq, Joe Biden stands out as a big reason why the lies swallowed the culture, becoming a damning indictment of a society that would elect him president.
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DOJ Now Says There Was No Plot to Kill Elected Officials
Fevered reporting about efforts to abduct and even kill members of Congress and the vice president are without foundation, the Justice Department admitted, after prosecutors falsely asserted such a plot in court, Joe Lauria reports.
Trump Impeached Amid Efforts to Silence Him
Trump has been impeached again and this time the Republican-controlled Senate may convict to keep him from running in 2024, as Democrat-aligned big tech moves to shut him up, reports Joe Lauria.
The Man Who Could Be President: Mike Pence, Corporate Theocrat
The vice president, who debates Kamala Harris tonight, ranks high as a Christian soldier marching with Trump on all major policy issues, which routinely put business interests ahead of human lives, writes Norman Solomon.
COVID-19: Mike Pence Ripped for Dismissing Surge in Cases
The vice president is drawing criticism for an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal praising Trump’s leadership and slamming the media for sounding alarm bells over a second wave of infections.
The New Yorker’s Partisan Attempt to Refute Its Claim of Partisan Disinformation on Biden and Ukraine
A leading New Yorker writer omits crucial facts to run interference for Joe Biden against serious allegations of corruption in Ukraine, writes Joe Lauria.
A Trump Brexit Threatens
Rapacious U.S. interests lurk behind Boris Johnson’s no-deal Brexit bluster, which would imperil Britain’s welfare state & move the UK even closer to U.S. Empire, says John Wight.
Is War With Iran on the Horizon?
Despite growing Trump administration tensions with Venezuela and even with North Korea, Iran is the likeliest spot for Washington’s next shooting war, says Bob Dreyfuss for TomDispatch.
Pence’s Attacks on China Won’t Help Trump at G-20
Beijing wants to avoid an all-out trade war with Washington. That is what will count at the G-20 summit later this week, writes Patrick Lawrence, not the U.S. vice president’s hostility in Asia earlier this month.
Korean Olympic Diplomacy Moves Forward Despite U.S. Intransigence
An interview by Dennis J. Bernstein with writer, activist and regional expert, Kay Jay Noh, about the big-power politics swirling around the Olympic Games now being held in South Korea.