may retain 90 nukes on Iran border
As Washington and Moscow sign a new arms reduction treaty, skepticism
arises in Turkey as to whether those cuts will include US atomic warheads
stored in the country.
the (Natural) Law Tax Day approaches, and I’ve been thinking of all
the ways government bullies us, demanding we do — and not do —
things — or else.
Was Niccoló Machiavelli?
The Italian humanists had propounded the doctrine of absolute political
rule, first by republican oligarchs and next by the glorified despot,
the monarch or prince. But one crucial point remained to free the ruler
of all moral shackles and to allow and even glorify the unchecked and
untrammeled rule of royal whim.
defiant after deadly clashes in Bangkok
Anti-government protesters in Bangkok said they would not negotiate
an end to protests in the Thai capital after at least 18 people
died and 800 were injured in savage clashes between activists and
on US ‘massacre’ fear CIA stalkers
Activists behind a website dedicated to revealing secret documents
have complained of harassment by police and intelligence services
as they prepare to release a video showing an American attack in
which 97 civilians were killed in Afghanistan.
In a commentary two weeks ago, I rebutted dangerously silly arguments
put forward by New York Times columnist Paul Krugman about how the
United States should pressure China to drop its support for the
Netanyahu pulls out of Washington nuclear weapons summit Relations between Israel and the US took
another turn for the worsetoday after the Israeli prime minister,
Binyamin Netanyahu, cancelled a trip to Washington next week amid
reports that Barack Obama’s administration is seriously considering
a Plan B for a Middle East peace settlement.
Ventura speaks out about conspiracy theories in NaturalNews interview
Jesse Ventura is known as being a tough, principled and courageous
advocate of liberty and freedom. His new book, American Conspiracies,
outlines a fascinating and well-documented accounting of some of
the most important conspiracies that shaped American history —
including the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. As part of the launch
of this new book, Jesse joined us by phone for an interview with
in science is corrosive
Secrecy undermines the practice of good science, charges Michael
Schrage in an opinion piece published in the Financial Times, and
governments need to step in and provide more incentives for open
sharing of data.
Another Phony Bin Laden Tape
Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare
CIA Involvement In Iran
Nazi Roots Of The European Union
North Korea Nuclear Circus
Police State UK
Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura
Dec. 3: Søren
Dreier - $25
Nov 13: Charles McCreary - $5
Nov. 3: Lynda LeCompte - $15
Jul. 13: Gregory Seabrooke - $100
Jun. 24: David Kwon - $50