The Israeli leader made a major miscalculation by turning against the Democratic Party and allying his country entirely with Republicans, writes Ramzy Baroud.
Tag: President Joe Biden
Caitlin Johnstone: US Weapons to Attack Crimea
The West’s pattern of continually escalating nuclear brinkmanship in Ukraine has built-in incentives for Russia to ramp up its own aggressions directly against NATO.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: The USA’s Soviet-Style President
We are in for 19 months of relentless, insultingly transparent spin by way of which a patently incompetent man will be purveyed as commander in chief for another four years.
Democratic Party Abandons Democracy Once Again
DNC-friendly journalists are coming right out and saying it’s okay not to give other contenders a crack at Biden, writes Elizabeth Vos.
US Officials Confronted on Assange Hypocrisy
The Biden administration has no way of squaring its free-press rhetoric with its persecution of the world’s most famous journalist, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
Western Media’s Peculiar Incuriosity About Nord Stream
Seymour Hersh’s investigation is filled with details that could be checked — and verified or rebutted — if anyone wished to do so, writes Jonathan Cook.
SCOTT RITTER: Syria Comes in From the Cold
After the Chinese-brokered rapprochement between Saudi Araba and Iran, another diplomatic coup is unfolding in the Middle East. This one is orchestrated by the Russians.
US Occupiers Lash Out as Syria War Draws to an End
Washington is worried about a peace between Damascus and its estranged Arab neighbors — as well as Turkey — that is marginalizing the U.S. and its allies, writes M.K. Bhadrakumar.
Seymour Hersh Accuses US of Nord Stream ‘Cover Up’
The veteran investigative journalist writes that Biden administration officials have been feeding the press false stories to “protect a president who made an unwise decision and is now lying about it.”
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.