The question is how big will the confrontation be?
The War State
My presentation at this event.
Lessons from the early years of the Cold War and the three card monte political game today.
Talk by Doug Horne on false flag war planning for Cuba.
Top General warns war can start any moment.
Why does the US engage in so many regime change operations?
What is the "best truth" about the JFK assassination?
First talk given at recent JFK & National Security State Conference.
"When it comes to bad foreign policy, the House and Senate are completely bipartisan."
How Russia and China are prepped for a confrontation with the US.
Huge conference this Saturday in DC area.
Political, foreign policy, and financial elites pay no price for their mistakes and so never learn.
The costs of military action of just about any sort in our era are immense.
What is going to happen with North Korea?
Stockman on Donald Trump and his flip flops for empire.
Why after attacking Trump nonstop media now praises Trump missile attack.
Former Colin Powell Chief of Staff sees big money scam.
The hacking report is a must read.
Trump team says he wants to pair back CIA.
The Russia hacking evidence is discussed.
The US public is not aware of what exactly was exposed by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden because media coverage focused on the messenger, not the message.
Former top NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake on Donald Trump and the Deep State.
The US medias wary relationship with Julian Assange.
Two men discuss what the election means for US foreign policy.
Obama gave an address to the United Nations in which he admitted that nation building does not work and that the US cannot control the world.
I am working on a new project that may or may not interest you.
President Obama does not know what to do in response to the Brussels explosions while talking heads on TV demand action.
President Obama, with his characteristic diffidence, has announced his “liberation” from the Washington foreign-policy “playbook,” but the national security elite is already striking back, writes Gareth Porter.