Donald Trump started touting his Facebook prowess in what was supposed to be a serious question on the safety of our troops in Iraq.
After assassination of Iranian Gen. Soleimani, FAIR noted corporate media offered no moral objections to murdering another country’s high-ranking official.
We have flames of many forms engulfing America, real and political. Ignore those flames, Mr. T. You do it at your peril and that of the world.
Rand Paul very artfully criticized Trump questioning his warmongering military appointments. His prescient question is, Why are we always the patsies sending our kids there?
When the president carries out dangerous actions such as the assassination of an Iranian general, “resistance” turns to assistance from the corporate press.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appeared on Meet The Press with Chuck Todd and blamed the Obama administration for the failure of Trump’s Iran policy.
Rachel Maddow points out inconvenient truths about Ronald Reagan as GOP candidates attempt to live vicariously through a misremembered idol.
One wonders if many reporters and journalists are willfully ignorant or simply so gullible that they buy the defense industrial complex’s war narrative.
When a party’s foreign policy is run by circus characters the country is in trouble. Is there any doubt these people are not serious?
A media that allows the same warmongering neocons that lied America into war to appear as opposition to the Iran Nuclear deal is complicit to potential war.