Can a political belief be expressed in art form without diluting the power of the political idea? These are issues we grapple with.
Wildfire Surge of Omicron Confirms: Healthcare for Profit More Deadly
The U.S. has had the most COVID-19 deaths, while China has been able to break the chain of infection each time there has been an outbreak.
bell hooks, We Will Always Rage On With You
On the passing of bell hooks — the Black feminist, the cultural critic, the philosopher, the gadfly, the storyteller, the love warrior.
The US Empire’s Slow But Determined Execution of Julian Assange
The journalist and Wikileaks founder committed the greatest sin. He exposed the imperial project as a criminal enterprise.
Why We Must Defend Julian Assange
Julian Assange is one of the political prisoners that the US claims not to have and it’s disheartening the way many have abandoned him.
New York Times Airstrikes Reporting Ignores Daniel Hale
The influential news organization should give the whistleblower proper credit and call for Biden to immediately pardon him.
Honduras Getting Rid of Regime Washington Could No Longer Support
For the first time ever, the United States seems to be hoping that a socialist government in Latin America will succeed.
Susan Schnall for Agent Orange Relief on Law and Disorder Radio
Susan Schnall, a Navy nurse during the Vietnam War, is co-coordinator of the Vietnam Agent Orange Relief and Responsibility Campaign.
Assange and the Assurances of ‘Civilized’ Torturers
In persisting with having Wikileaks’ Julian Assange extradited from the UK, the US continues to expose its own systemic crimes.
Will Julian Assange Be Extradited?
Interview with Max Blumenthal, Nils Melzer and Kristinn Harfnsson on the latest in the extralegal prosecution of Julian Assange.
The Judicial Kidnapping of Julian Assange
What is at stake is both a courageous man’s life and the conquest of our intellects and sense of right and wrong: indeed our very humanity.
CIA Hijacks UK Judiciary for Vengeance on Julian Assange
Are the CIA and its contractors able to bully not only the U.S. Department of Justice, but also the UK judiciary?
After World War II, Tens of Thousands of U.S. Soldiers Mutinied and Won
Troops flexed their political muscle, directly challenged their commanders with a demand to return home and won.
Fabiola Letelier del Solar: Portrait of an Indispensable Woman
Attorney Fabiola Letelier del Solar has stood up to aggression and repression for decades, making her more feared than fearful.
1.5 Million Bolivians March for Democracy, President Arce’s Government
President Luis Arce thanked Bolivian citizens for their support, pledged to continue working to rebuild country and economy with the people.
Doug Rawlings on Peace, Poetry, and a New Generation of Vets
“I don’t want to pretend it’s mystical, but in a sense it is — I don’t know where a poem comes from,” shared VFP Maine president.
The Costs of War (to You)
Our problem is that we’re not paying attention to where our money actually goes or truly thinking about how it might be better spent.
US Navy Families in Hawai’i Find Fuel in Their Home Tap Water
Honolulu Citizens Demand the Closing of the US Navy’s 225 million gallon, 80-Year-Old, Leaking Underground Jet Fuel Tanks.
The Pentagon – A Pentagod of Wrath
America’s abyss of weapons and warmaking: The deity America believes in is the five-sided one headquartered in Arlington, Virginia.
COP26 Failed to Consider the War Industry’s Part in Climate Crisis
A huge elephant in the room was the failure to even consider tackling the fossil fuel-powered war industry’s part in this crisis.
Turn Rising Generations Into War Resisters Rather Than Veterans
With the official U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, many people don’t want to think about it anymore. The author gets it.
Reclaim November 11 as Armistice Day
By upholding the ideal of peace, we cease to be a nation of war losers. For we have set our eyes on the ultimate prize.
An Honest Government Climate Change Ad
Juice Media takes COP 26 and the Net Zero scam. Written by Giordano Nanni who creates the series in collaboration with Lucy Cahill.
Military—Sacred Cow or Scourge?
The U.S. military might be characterized as a scourge on the planet. The author is convinced that it is inarguably the case.
Ray McGovern: The Man Who Got Russiagate Right
As new evidence comes to light, will the media continue to spotlight the liars and charlatans who peddled the hoax?
The Belmarsh Tribunal
Edward Snowden tells the Belmarsh Tribunal: If you love truth, you’re as much of a criminal as Assange and risk sharing his fate.
“Now Is the Time to Be Angry”: Remembering Forgotten Afghanistan
A veteran journalist takes us back to what may still prove to have been the last best days of Afghanistan.
Bridge at Bac Ninh
A Vietnam veteran on how unexploded ordinance from that war is still deadly, more than fifty years after the end of the conflict.
The Last Letter
A message to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney from a dying veteran: My day of reckoning is upon me. Yours will come.
What Are the Prospects for Peace? An Interview With Abby Martin
The renowned journalist, activist and filmmaker offers an honest assessment of both U.S. foreign and military policy.
A Day in the Death of British Justice
The case against Assange is about more than one man, and more than freedom of the press. It’s a case against all of us.
James Bradley Speaks Out Against the U.S. Military Encirclement of China
Interview with the renowned author of Flags of Our Fathers on U.S. aggression in Asia and the new cold war against China.
The Long Deceit
If we draw the wrong lessons from the tragedy in Afghanistan, we will likely repeat this mistake with similar dangerous results.
Iraq War Veteran Confronts George W. Bush in Los Angeles
Iraq War veteran demands that George W. Bush apologize for the 1 million or more dead, who are only dead because of his lies and his crimes.
The Israeli Defense Forces: The Most Inept Army in the World?
Zionists claim that the Israeli Army is “the most moral army in the world,” but the fact is that it may be the most inept army in the world.
Smoke and Ruins: Deep Time in Paquimé
The indigenous culture of Mexico was every bit as advanced as the Egyptians or the Athenians, particularly in its relationship to the land.
‘Fantastic!’: Berlin Votes to Expropriate 240K Apartments from Corporate Landlords
Berlin residents voted to transfer to public ownership some 240,000 apartments controlled by the city’s biggest corporate landlords.
DOD Releases New Data on PFAS Contamination of Bases
Shocking new data from the Department of Defense shows the scale of PFAS contamination in 95 installations from 35 states and Puerto Rico.
NATO’s ‘Cognitive Warfare’: A ‘Battle for Your Brain’ Waged by Western Militaries
NATO has tested novel modes of hybrid warfare, including economic warfare, cyber warfare, information warfare, and psychological warfare.
A Failure to Negotiate: How the U.S. Lost Its War in Afghanistan
A look back at one of the central myths about why the U.S. invaded Afghanistan: that the Taliban refused to extradite Osama bin Ladin.