Friday - Apr 20, 2018

COLUMN

  • Can peace journalism de-escalate conflict in the age of Trump?

    Peace Journalism aims to improve the conditions for peace through a considered editorial approach and practice. It is a means to peace by Michael Greenwell It came as a slight relief to see at least some measured coverage of Donald Trump’s recent visit to South Korea. Sections of the media have been predicting World War

  • COMPROMISED: Sex-abuser Congressmen are open to massive blackmail

    COMPROMISED: Sex-abuser Congressmen are open to massive blackmail

    by Jon Rappoport Most people are naïve about how intelligence operations are run. Holding damaging secrets on public figures equals the opportunity for blackmail. This strategy was probably discovered by cave men. —Sex-abuse claims filed against members of Congress—beyond Al Franken and John Conyers— Where are all the names of these Congressmen? We’re now told

  • Why the army of reality always needs more soldiers

    Why the army of reality always needs more soldiers

    by Jon Rappoport What we call Reality is a hall of mirrors. It reflects itself back and forth and builds up a consensus. People do the same thing. They confirm with one another that the reality they believe is real is, in fact, real. And having established that, they live out their lives and make

  • Trump taps lawyer known for his crackdown of key civil rights

    Trump taps lawyer known for his crackdown of key civil rights

    Kenneth Marcus’ recent career has been largely focused on litigation targeting Palestine solidarity activists on U.S. college campuses, as well as on attempts to eradicate criticism of the Israeli state in educational institutions nationwide by Whitney Webb Laws preventing American citizens from choosing to boycott the nation of Israel have been cropping up across the

  • The plot to overthrow America – oh that’s just a fantasy

    The plot to overthrow America – oh that’s just a fantasy

    by Jon Rappoport Socialism for the good of all, sponsored by “the people?” Please. If you buy that one, I have beachfront condos for sale on the dark side of the moon. I continue to expose the expansion of socialism—“the revolution by and for the masses,” which is in fact a plot of ultra-rich monopolists.

  • Understanding the ‘fake news’ hysteria

    Understanding the ‘fake news’ hysteria

    The mainstream media’s hysteria over “fake news” is aimed less at the few instances of intentionally fabricated stories than at well-reported articles that challenge the U.S. government’s dubious official narratives by David P. Hamilton For the most part, “fake news” is a fake concept designed by the corporate news media to discredit those who challenge

  • Trump’s racist immigration plan

    Trump’s racist immigration plan

    by Stephen Lendman Global Research Earlier he banned travel to America from targeted countries, majority Muslim ones plus North Korea and Venezuelan officials. He absurdly claims America is the only country, putting “the needs of other nations ahead of our own” when it comes to immigration. He named three core principles of “immigration reform” as

  • Chamber of Secrets: Teaching a machine what Congress cares about

    Chamber of Secrets: Teaching a machine what Congress cares about

    Want to know what distinctive topics your members of Congress are concerned about? Represent’s got you covered by Jeremy B. Merrill If you asked congressional experts what legislative subjects, say, Sen. Patty Murray of Washington specializes in, they’d have a few pretty good guesses: maybe education and health care — because she’s the ranking member

  • The Jesuits and Tupper Saussy

    The Jesuits and Tupper Saussy

    The Jesuits and Tupper Saussy by Jon Rappoport My late friend, Tupper Saussy, wrote a shocking book titled, Rulers of Evil. It was published in 2001. It’s about the Jesuits. It’s about their influence on the founding of the United States. Tupper was a brilliant researcher, among his other talents. While making his case in