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Archive for the ‘Political Science’ Category
Tags: ABC, Af-Pak War, Bush Administration, CBS, Chicago Tribune, CNN, David Barstow, Defense Department, FOIA, FOX News, Iraq War, John Cook, military industrial media complex, MSNBC, Newspeak, Obama Administration, PSYOPS, US, US Army, War, War on Terror, WRAL, WTOC
Tags: Afghanistan, airstrikes, Boeing, drones, extrajudicial assassination, Israel, Ivan Eland, Lockheed MArtin, military industrial complex, military welfare, Obama Administration, Pakistan, Pentagon, Robert Gates, War on Terror, war spending
Ivan Eland sat with RT to discuss the astronomical political clout held by the welfare queens of the military-industrial complex that will thwart any translation of the Pentagon’s rhetoric into actual policy (7:04):
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, Calvin Gibbs, civilian casualties, Jeremy Morlock, Kandahar Province, Michael Waddington, military tribunals, Obama Administration, Robert Mackey, US Army, US military, war crimes, William Yardley
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, airstrikes, Bush Administration, CIA, drones, extrajudicial assassination, Iraq War, ISAF, Jason Ditz, libertarian, NATO, Newspeak, NWFP, Obama Administration, Pakistan, War on Terror, Warfare and Conflict, Zardari
Die in a drone strike.
Tags: antiwar activists, Arab American Action Network, Bush Administration, Chicago, civil liberties, criminal justice, FARC, FBI, Hatem Abudayyeh, Jason Ditz, Jim Fennerty, Joe Iosbaker, Minneapolis, Obama Administration, Patrick Martin, peace movement, SCOTUS, Stephanie Weiner, The Humanitarian Law Project v. Holder, thoughtcrime
F.B.I. raids over the weekend in Minneapolis and Chicago aimed to “quiet activists”.
Tags: Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, civil liberties, conservatives, constitutional rights, Guantanamo Bay, John Grisham, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, NY Times, tea party movement
A Gitmo detainee expressed support for U.S. civilian courts over military tribunals, so they must be evil.
Tags: ACL, al-Qaeda, Anwar al-Awlaki, Charlie Savage, civil liberties, constitutional rights, counterterrorism, CT, Eric Holder, extrajudicial assassination, Glenn Greenwald, Jason Ditz, libertarian, Obama, Obama Administration, Obamaphilia, terrorism
The Justice Department is playing hardball against the ACLU’s efforts to block an executive order to assassinate an American citizen charged with no crime.
Tags: Chicago Council on Global Affairs, IAEA, Iran, Israel, Middle East, NPT, Scott Horton, US, Warfare and Conflict
Were Iran to retaliate to a hypothetical military strike by Israel, Americans oppose U.S. military involvement.
Tags: Af-Pak War, anarchism, anti-Statism, Bradley Manning, history, Iraq War, Kevin Carson, law, libertarian, Mike Rogers, morality, Philosophy, US, war crimes, Warfare and Conflict
Kevin Carson on the most evil PSYOPS of statism: accepting the murder of the state.
Tags: criminal justice system, Kevin Carson, law, liberty, Nancy Grace, Newspeak, prisons, Wendy Murphy
Kevin Carson on the criminal injustice system ‘shrills’ pushing the narrative that the letter of the law aides criminals against so-called ‘crime fighters’.
Tags: arms race, arms trading, Boeing, corporatism, Iran, Israel, Lockheed MArtin, Middle East, military industrial complex, missile defense, Obama Administration, Raytheon, Saudi Arabia, THAAD, unemployment, United Arab Emirates, US Congress
The Saudi royal family is reportedly being helped by the Obama Administration to push a $90bn deal with big players in the military-industrial complex for arms and military technology upgrades through political approval in Washington.
Tags: Afghan mujahideen, Afghanistan, Alfred W. McCoy, Bank of Credit and Commerce International, BCCI, Central Asia, CIA, Contras, Dianne Feinstein, drug war, Iran-Contra, Kevin Carson, Latin America, Newspeak, Nicaragua
Kevin Carson on the objective of the ‘War on Drugs’ having little to do with lifestyle and all to do with perpetual war.
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghan surge, Afghanistan, Afghanistan Study Group, al-Qaeda, CNAS, COIN, counterinsurgency, counterterrorism, electoral politics, Iraq Surge, ISAF, Matthew Hoh, NAF, NATO, New American Foundation, Obama Administration, Pakistan, Stephen Walt, Taliban, United States, US, War on Terror
The Afghanistan Study Group outlined and refuted the myths misguiding the ‘Afghan debate’.
Tags: Af-Pak War, American Empire, Andrew Bacevich, Bush Administration, China, Clinton Administration, imperialism, Iraq War, NATO, Noam Chomsky, South Korea, US, war games, war spending
Noam Chomsky discusses U.S. political class ‘fears’ relating to China as an emerging superpower.