Glenn Greenwald writes that Zero Dark Thirty is CIA hagiography, pernicious propaganda.
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Long has now spent the last six months trying to find out why he was placed on this list and what he can do to get off of it.
Obama defenders for this continuous killing – it Keeps Us Safe™ by killing The Terrorists™ – is dubious “at best”; indeed, the opposite is more likely true.
A harrowing case of a Missouri engineer highlights the travesties routinely imposed on Muslim Americans.
The murder of American staff over a hate film is an unmitigated wrong. But so are deaths caused by the US that go unremarked.
A highly ideological, jingoistic clique masquerades as objective scholars, all to justify US militarism.
Helping a burned-to-the-ground Missouri mosque quickly re-build would make a powerful and constructive statement
How could any rational person expect their government to spend a full decade (and counting) invading, droning, cluster-bombing, occupying, detaining without charges, and indiscriminately shooting huge numbers of innocent children, women and men in multiple countries and not have its victims and their compatriots be increasingly eager to return the violence?
Media dutifully trumpets headlines of dead “militants” though they do not have the slightest idea of who was killed.
Former U.S. officials, paid to advocate for a designated Terror group, are now on the verge of succeeding.
The way in which the U.S. media ignores such events speaks volumes about how we perceive them.
The branch designed to be insulated from political pressures has been the most craven of all in the post-9/11 era.
American Muslims have paid a deeply personal, and deeply unjust, price for post-9/11 civil liberties abuses.