August

August 31, 2013

Duplicitous Anti-Syrian Editorials

Duplicitous Anti-Syrian Editorials by Stephen Lendman Media scoundrels march in lockstep. When America goes to war or plans one, they’re supportive right or wrong. Throughout months […]
August 31, 2013

Obama Invented Pretext for Lawless Aggression

Obama Invented Pretext for Lawless Aggression By Stephen Lendman When US enemies don’t exist, they’re invented. When rule of law principles are clear and unequivocal, they’re […]
August 31, 2013

Obama’s America: Gangsterism Writ Large

Obama’s America: Gangsterism Writ Large by Stephen Lendman Obama’s America is an out-of-control rogue state. It’s nuclear armed and dangerous. It maintains large stockpiles of hugely […]
August 30, 2013

Harsh Criticism of Israeli/Palestinian Peace Talks

Harsh Criticism of Israeli/Palestinian Peace Talks by Stephen Lendman A Palestinian Human Rights Organizations Council (PHROC) position paper offered straight talk on what’s ongoing. It did […]
August 30, 2013

Nobel Peace Laureate Obama Plans War on Syria Based on Lies

Nobel Peace Laureate Obama Plans War on Syria Based on Lies by Stephen Lendman In awarding its 2009 Nobel Peace Prize, Committee members turned truth on […]
August 30, 2013

Obama’s World: Peace a Convenient Illusion

Obama’s World: Peace a Convenient Illusion by Stephen Lendman Peace and stability defeat Obama’s agenda. Violence, instability and permanent wars further it. They persist nonstop. New […]
August 30, 2013

Senator v. President Obama on War and Peace

Senator v. President Obama on War and Peace by Stephen Lendman All politicians lie. It goes with the territory. Obama honed his skills to a fine […]
August 29, 2013

Obama’s War on Syria Based on Lies

Obama’s War on Syria Based on Lies by Stephen Lendman All wars are based on lies. Claims about Syrian forces using chemical weapons are false. They’re […]
August 29, 2013

Obama’s Cruise Missile Diplomacy

Obama’s Cruise Missile Diplomacy by Stephen Lendman Settling things through the barrel of a gun reflects longstanding US policy. Shoot first, ask questions later defines it.  […]