(2400 words) In 1990 the US apparently promised not to move the borders of NATO ‘an inch’ to the East — Der Spiegel
(%00 words) Berkeley student senate candidate Sumayyah Din made up the campaign slogan Dintifada. Now one pro-Israel group demands an apology for making them feel unsafe, while another pro-Israel group has inspired calls for her death…..
(900 words) 47 Republican Senators signed a letter to Iran re agreement being negotiated with the Obama admin. Comments from “The Intercept” and the Iranian response to the letter.
(400 words) Glen Greenwald on recent US media lies about Snowden sudden change of heart..
If Petraeus did not commit a felony, neither did Snowden, Manning, Sterling, or Kiriakou, says leaker of Pentagon Papers
(723words) Climate researchers are unanimous (97%) that Anthropogenic Global Warning (AGW) is occurring. Strenuous lobbying efforts are engineering American perceptions to the contrary.
(600 words)The USGovt has been lying about Ukraine and Russia’s role ever since the USGovt engineered the coup which brought Ukraine fascists to power. Europeans are now beginning to be alarmed.
Tom Englehardt is a national treasure. He is a model of the Madisonian American steeped in “civic virtue”. Here is his recent piece. Please support TomDispatch.com financially if you can. My War on Terror Letter to an Unknown American Patriot Posted by Tom Engelhardt at 5:00pm, March 1, 2015 Dear American Patriot, I wish I knew your name. I’ve been thinking about you, about all of us actually and our country, and meaning to write for a while to explain myself. Let me start this way: you should feel free to call me an American nationalist. It may sound ugly as hell, but it’s one way I do think of myself. True, we Americans usually reserve the more kindly word “patriot” for ourselves and use “nationalist” to diss other people who exhibit special feeling for their country. In the extreme, it’s “superpatriot” for us and “ultranationalist” for them.
(900 words) Dark Money, much of it Israeli, controls the USGovt.
(700 words) Avner Cohen, professor of nonproliferation studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. “Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress on Tuesday is a loathsome political event..