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The Worst Mistake In US History

Authored by Jacob Hornberger via The Future of Freedom Foundation, The worst mistake in U.S. history was the conversion after World War II of the U.S. government from a constitutional, limited-government republic to a national-security state. Nothing has done more to warp and distort the conscience, principles, and values of the American people, including those […]

A Mainstream Dose Of Reality On Iraq

Authored by Jacob Hornberger via RonPaulLibertyReport.com, Ever since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, we have been hit with a multiplicity of bromides, myths, falsehoods, and deceptions by U.S. officials and the mainstream media. “Saddam was coming to get us with his WMDs.”   “Mushroom clouds were going to start appearing over U.S. cities.” […]

From Nuisance To Threat: The High Cost Of Truth

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, I am convinced that the US, and probably the entire Western world, that is, the American Empire, has entered an era in which respect for truth does not exist in public and private institutions. We have been watching this develop for some time. Think, for example, back to August 3, […]

UN Agrees To Stop Reporting Iraqi Casualties After Military Complains

Authored by AntiWar.com's Jason Ditz via TheAntiMedia.org, Following complaints from the Iraqi government, the United Nations has agreed to stop recording casualty figures for the ISIS war in Iraq, meaning that November’s report of 1,959 deaths among Iraqi security forces will be the last deaths you’ll be hearing about from them. The war with the […]