Coverage of the sabotage of the Nordstream pipelines helped Murray realize something important about how the Big Lie works.
Tag: U.S. Constitution
Pompeo — A Monster Slaying Monsters Abroad
Bruce Fein reviews the new book by the former U.S. secretary of state, Never Give an Inch: Fighting for the America I Love.
Ellsberg: Losing 1st Amendment Reverses War of Independence
Daniel Ellsberg says using the Espionage Act against journalist Julian Assange in blatant violation of the First Amendment means the First Amendment is essentially gone.
Turning the Tables on Right-Wing Jurists
Marjorie Cohn describes how Ketanji Brown Jackson crafted her own originalist argument to defend taking race into account when drawing voting district maps.
SCOTT RITTER: Twitter Wars—My Personal Experience in Twitter’s Ongoing Assault on Free Speech
At some point, the U.S. people, and those they elect to higher office need to bring Twitter in line with the ideals and values Americans collectively espouse when it comes to free speech and online identity protection.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Treason!
The perplexing overuse of the word is a testament to the vitriol with which Americans now conduct political discussions.
Reinventing the US Military for Real National Defense
Collectively, Americans need to imagine a world in which they are no longer the foremost merchants of death, writes William J. Astore, as the arsenal of democracy became the arsenal of empire.
Why the British Abandoned Impeachment
Its decline coincided with the rise of another, more effective process by which high officials could be held accountable, writes Eliga Gould.
How to Legalize Cannabis Throughout US
The process that ended Prohibition provides a template, writes former Senator Mike Gravel.
Fifteen Years of Forever Wars
Fifteen year ago Donald Rumsfeld said Afghanistan was pacified and George W. Bush said the U.S. mission in Iraq was “accomplished.” Fifteen years later the disastrous neoconservative assumptions are in full view, says Chas Freeman.