Humanity Loses No Matter Who Succeeds Obama

Humanity Loses No Matter Who Succeeds Obama by Stephen Lendman Money controlled duopoly power runs America, its two right wings barely distinguishable from each other. Trump sounds anti-establishment, but is he? I’ve said before he didn’t get to be a billionaire by being a good guy. His one redeeming feature is he’s less likely to... Continue Reading →

George Soros Documents Leaked

George Soros Documents Leaked by Stephen Lendman Notorious international con man Soros seeks new financial world order policies controlled by and exclusively benefitting monied interests like himself - to the detriment of most others. He gave it away once saying “(a)s a market participant, I don’t need to be concerned with the consequences of my... Continue Reading →

Scandalous Anti-Trump Media Bias

Scandalous Anti-Trump Media Bias by Stephen Lendman This year’s presidential race seems more like Trump v. US media scoundrels than against Hillary. It’s hard recalling bias for one candidate against the other more brazen than now. On Saturday in Fairfield, CT, Trump said “I’m not running against crooked Hillary Clinton. I’m running against the crooked... Continue Reading →

“The Birthday”

”The Birthday” by Fidel Castro Ruz: my comments after his  It was published on August 12, 2016, the day before his 90th birthday. The translation is a bit choppy. Bear with it. Fidel’s thoughts come through clearly. Fidel: “I wish to express my deepest gratitude for the signs of respect, greetings and gifts I have... Continue Reading →

We’re All Oppressed African Americans

We’re All Oppressed African Americans by Stephen Lendman America has always been an elitist society, serving its privileged class exclusively, a sham democracy, uncaring about its most needy and vulnerable - today offering them crumbs at most. It’s been viciously racist from inception, at war with its people of color, notably African Americans, changing from... Continue Reading →

Trump on the Stump

Trump on the Stump by Stephen Lendman At times he’s gaffe-prone. His economic plan leaves much to be desired, yet his address on the topic offered specific ideas, unfortunately for the most part omitting what should have been included instead of what was. In contrast, Hillary presented meaningless platitudes, feel-good stuff without substance, hard specifics... Continue Reading →

Fidel Attends Gala Honoring Him on His 90th Birthday

Fidel Attends Gala Honoring Him on His 90th Birthday by Stephen Lendman Saturday on the occasion of beginning his 10th decade, Fidel Castro made an unexpected appearance with his brother Raul (current Cuban President) and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro at Havana’s Karl Marx theater. Thousands attending the nationally televised event in his honor gave him... Continue Reading →

Obama’s Phony No First Use Nuke Proposal

Obama’s Phony No First Use Nuke Proposal by Stephen Lendman In December 2001, the Bush administration issued its Nuclear Posture Review (NPR), asserting the preemptive right to unilaterally declare and wage future wars using first strike nuclear weapons. It remains US policy. Obama campaigned against militarism, promising all US combat troops out of Afghanistan and... Continue Reading →

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