July

July 19, 2013

US Courts Approve Indefinite Detention and Torture

US Courts Approve Indefinite Detention and Torture by Stephen Lendman America’s a police state. It’s ruthless. Iron fist authority rules. International law’s quaint and out-of-date. US […]
July 19, 2013

America’s Surveillance Society

America’s Surveillance Society by Stephen Lendman It’s not new. It’s longstanding. State-of-the-art technology makes it easy. It’s more intrusive than ever. It’s lawlessly out-of-control.  On July […]
July 18, 2013

Bradley Manning: Aiding the Enemy Charge Sticks

Bradley Manning: Aiding the Enemy Charge Sticks by Stephen Lendman Manning’s an American hero. He’s no criminal. He’s being hung out to dry wrongfully. It’s for […]
July 18, 2013

Snowden: Nobel Peace Prize Nominee

Snowden: Nobel Peace Prize Nominee by Stephen Lendman Swedish Sociology Professor Stefan Svallfors nominated him. He praised his “heroic effort at great personal cost.” He revealed […]
July 18, 2013

New EU Guidelines on Israel

New EU Guidelines on Israel by Stephen Lendman A previous article discussed them. They pertain to illegal Israeli West Bank, East Jerusalem, and Golan settlements. They […]
July 17, 2013

Snowden in Russia

Snowden in Russia by Stephen Lendman Snowden remains in Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport transit zone limbo. Russia’s his safest option.  Traveling elsewhere’s too risky. It’s hazardous. He’s […]
July 17, 2013

Targeting Free Expression in Israel

Targeting Free Expression in Israel by Stephen Lendman During previous Knesset session proceedings, MKs Ofir Akunis and Faina Kirshenbaum legislation to limit NGO funding was defeated. […]
July 16, 2013

Attacking Syria: Israeli/Turkish Denials Ring Hollow

Attacking Syria: Israeli/Turkish Denials Ring Hollow by Stephen Lendman A previous article cited two Russia Today reports. One suggested Israeli Dolphin-class submarines attacked Latakia, Syria.  At […]
July 16, 2013

Lawlessness Is Official US Policy

Lawlessness Is Official US Policy by Stephen Lendman Sweeping mass surveillance continues. It won’t stop. It’s intensifying. It reflects rogue state governance. It has nothing to […]