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Sealed Off and Forgotten: What You Should Know about Israel’s ‘Firing Zones’ in the West Bank
By Ramzy Baroud
A seemingly ordinary news story, published in the Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, on January 7, shed light on a long-forgotten, yet crucial,
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The Three Victories that Sealed Soleimani’s Fate
By Jefferson Morley
If you study the military record of the late Gen. Qassem Soleimani, you’ll see both why U.S military and political leaders feared him, yet did not
America Escalates Its “Democratic” Oil War in the Near East
By Michael Hudson
The mainstream media are carefully sidestepping the method behind America’s seeming madness in assassinating Islamic Revolutionary
American Leadership Is Discredited — Will a New Leader Step Forward?
By Paul Craig Roberts
This morning (January 7) Pompeo, the embarrassment we suffer as our Secretary of State, was on TV promising to “confront and contain” Iran.
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Pelosi's Impeachment Stunt
By Betsy McCaughey
Imagine if a district attorney charged you with wrongdoing, and then let the charges hang over you indefinitely? That's the stunt Nancy Pelosi
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Will America’s Economic Boom Continue in the New Year?
By Bob Barr
By all accounts, the low-tax, light-touch regulatory environment produced by Congress and the Trump administration has done wonders for
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Why Israel is Struggling to Find a Way Out of Its Political Deadlock
By Jonathan Cook
It would be a grave mistake to assume that the continuing political deadlock in Israel – with neither incumbent prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu
The Wounds of War in Afghanistan
By Kathy Kelly
Its economy gutted by war, Afghanistan’s largest cash crop remains opium. Yet farmers there do grow other crops for export. Villagers in the Wazir
Welfare Checks Turn Deadly: You Might Want to Think Twice Before Calling the Cops
By John Whitehead
“Anyone who cares for someone with a developmental disability, as well as for disabled people themselves [lives] every day in fear that their
In a Tight Labor Market, the Profit Share of Income is Falling
by Dean Baker
Last month’s GDP report also included revisions to previously reported profit data for the last three years. The earlier reports showed a slight increase
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Big Pharma: Gouges, Casualties, and the Congressional Remedy!
By Ralph Nader
The Congress can overturn the abuses of Big Pharma and its “pay or die,” subsidized business model for its drugs.
Big Pharma’s trail of greed,
By Tom Clifford
A country that turns grey before wealthy is the dilemma facing those who reside in the leadership compound of Zhongnanhai, just off Tiananmen Square.