The fall election could be a turning point in American foreign policy.
Stephen Kinzer, award winning veteran NYT war correspondent, historian and best selling author excoriates the US government’s persecution of journalist Julian Assange and laments the MSM abandoning of the Wikileaks founder and editor. He warns that if Assange is extradited and convicted it will have irreversible and treacherous consequences for the right of free speech […]
Using unidentified paramilitary squads to maintain order is deeply anti-democratic.
Punishing Germany, Mexico, and other allies is bad policy.
How Lorenzo Baker’s United Fruit Co. became ‘the octopus’