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(17 comments) Promising sign - Ukraine military troops decide not to attack their fellow citizens in Ukraine operation. Could this be the end of the provocations by the coup leaders in Kiev, the unraveling of the Obama-Kerry-Brennan policy of stirring up trouble?
(16 comments) The Ukrainian protester installed government is sending troops to the Eastern Ukraine to attack demonstrators for occupying buildings; exactly what the pro US-NATO protesters did last month. Of course, Secretary of State John Kerry is scolding the Russians not to intervene. Russia is supposed to stand pat and watch the mayhem.
(17 comments) Seymour Hersh adds another chapter of truth to the U.S. response to the chemical weapons attack in Syria and the Obama administrations misguided rush to war.
(12 comments) Surely NATO will sanction Turkey government officials for the planned false flag attack on their on their own people and nation. Don't count on it.
(20 comments) Proof of the suspected false flag planned by Turkish PM Erdogan emerged today on YouTube. Erdogan's officials are heard panning a military incursion to be blamed on Al Qaeda, an event that would boost Erdogan's AK Party in March 30 elections.
(6 comments) Turkish PM Erdogan is like Richard III looking desperately for escape from his imminent demise. His path to survival may be a false flag attack on Syria. Erdogan set this up carefully over the past weeks. Will he be allowed to pull the trigger?
(2 comments) Turkish PM Erdogan banned Twitter and usage went up 33%. The PM is in a desperate struggle to stay in power after wire taps of his chronic corruption are delivered all over via Twitter.
(24 comments) Putin plays chess while Obama and Merkel play a weak game of checkers at best. The neoconservative festival in the Ukraine will soon have a head on crash with the realities of the big money interests. Bet on the Money Party.
(18 comments) Political change in the United States is an illusion. The same players executed the same policies in both the Bush and Obama administrations. Ultimately, it's the Money Party that calls the shots no matter who is (s)elected.
(3 comments) The finale of True Detective veered from the path of desolation and loss to one of enlightenment and a chance for peace. Rust Cohle escaped his demons with some help from preacher Joel Theriot's sermon in episode 3.
(6 comments) President Obama has lost contact with reality. He's issuing orders to the Crimea, Russia, and the world on the Ukraine. Is he delusional or just cynical in the pursuit narrow special interests?
(13 comments) Kerry's flight to the Ukraine is not male hysteria, it's a front for pure greed - justifying future defense spending.
(4 comments) Is anyone surprised? The Ukrainian Navy left that neo Nazi ruled nation and joined the Crimean autonomous region. The neocon revolution rendered the Ukraine virtually landlocked in just days.
(2 comments) Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan and his adult children were caught on audio tape hiding tens of millions from an anticipated police raid. Erdogan has changed laws, fired hundreds of law enforcement officials, and lied for months to stay in power. Now, he may be evicted by a leak from an Internet blogger.
(43 comments) Obama's surveillance program, failure to prosecute Wall Street crooks, and neglect of climate change make him the worst president ever.
(18 comments) Imagine a decisive victory in Syria. Then imagine it's the government the U.S., NATO, and Gulf oligarchs told to leave the country. That's a real possiblity and there's little to nothing the Obama administration can do about it.
(5 comments) Turkey is boiling over with factional conflict within the ruling party fueled by charges of fraud, money laundering, and terrorist alliances -- all by the government of PM Erdogan
(5 comments) Turkey's PM Erdogan is under attack by his former ally, secretive Muslim leader Fethullah Gulen. Gulen is beholden to the U.S. government. Did the U.S. decide it was time for Erdogan to go?
(5 comments) Will there be any 'good' Syrian rebels left to provide credible representation at the January United States - Russia sponsored Geneva II peace conference?
(3 comments) Seymour Hersh provides inside evidence for what many suspected at the time. The case to attack Syria was based on a massive deception. One more reason to not trust and always verify what our leaders say.
(2 comments) The United States oil shale boom is just around the corner. It promises riches (for a few) and ongoing superpower status. But, at what cost?
(7 comments) President Obama's public opinion poll numbers are high considering his epic failures since September. What's propping them up?
(1 comments) Secretary of State Kerry's sudden sprint from Israel to Geneva for the Iran negotiations indicates there may be an historic opportunity for peace. Settle the war issues now to allow a response to the looming eco catastrophes. There's not much time left.
(7 comments) It's official! The world as we know it is over, finished. We're in for a long slide down a slope of suffering and destruction. There a bit of hope but those in charge will blow it. The International Panel on Climate Change made if official.
(3 comments) The Western powers saddled up to "rescue" Haiti and Syria using the United Nations as a front. Cholera in Haiti and polio in Syria are the outcomes. Some rescue. Some rescuers.
(1 comments) The Republicans nearly ruined the world economy and, while they were at it, they rescued President Obama from his miserable failure in Syria. Get ready for more low comedy in the months to come. Brought to you by the people who think they they've never been wrong about anything in their entire lives.
The incompetence and fraud committed by Congress on the shutdown and debt ceiling is all ... at our expense. They will do just fine. It is we, the people who will suffer.
(5 comments) The Speaker of the United States House of Representatives has the power to end the government shutdown and avoid the U.S. entering into default on October 17. Speaker John Boehner refuses to exercise that power. Why? Who will save us?
The predictions of disaster in Syria were made over a year ago. They turned out to be accurate. The Western powers and oil oligarchs knew this would happen, yet they pursued the attack on Syria. Shame on them.
(19 comments) The congressional Republican are on crack. Their euphoria, paranoia, and general craziness is florid. The Democrats forgot their job, helping the people, which is the only reason the republicans get away with this craziness.
(28 comments) Al Qaeda now has a chemical weapons program. Al Qaeda was caught buying chemicals to make sarin gas in Turkey. The administration must stop supporting the Syrian rebels since Al Qaeda dominates that group. How hard is it for Obama and Kerry to grasp this?
Leaks and the UN created disaster in Libya compromise the UN's report on chemical weapons in Syria. Military conflict by miscalculation is the real danger.
(2 comments) The people spoke through the eloquence of unity to stop the attack on Syria and focus on problems at home. The war merchants will not give up. Vigilance and strength are the keys to defeating them again.
(22 comments) The president was saved from political catastrophe by Russian president Vladimir Putin's offer to take Syrian chemical weapons. That wasn't acknowledged in his speech. We were told the military threat made it all happen and he'd ask for it again if Syria doesn't cooperate.
(16 comments) The Obama administration finally got what it wants, a free fire zone at Syria to tip the civil war in the favor of Christian killing, jihadist, Al Qaeda dominated Syrian rebels. Mission accomplished.
Congress must obey the will of the people and realities of restraint by stopping the authorization to attack Syria. The House of Representatives is the place to stop the madness.
(1 comments) President Obama's assessment that the Syrian government used chemical weapons is classified. As a result, we get only assertions. "Trust me" he says. That's not enough.
(1 comments) President Obama couldn't launch even one cruise missile before multiple U.S. officials began undermining the intelligence report that was to form the basis for confidence in military action against the Syrian government.
(4 comments) It is not "too late" to investigate the chemical weapons incident in Syria. To say otherwise, is a rush to judgment and a deliberate, premeditated rush to war.
(1 comments) Virginia governor Bob McDonnell is under investigation for taking $145,000 in gifts and favorable loans from a CEO looking for help. Now that things are heating up, it looks like the right-wing protege of Pat Robertson is going to blame his wife. Not nice.
(1 comments) The president and Congress are united about supporting the invasion of Syria and doing little other than whine about Egypt. They fail to mention the full scale assault on Egyptian and Syrian Christians. Where's the outrage?
(7 comments) Working trumps retirement by choice and necessity. With more and more citizens working right through their retirement, the trend may make Social Security stronger than ever.
(7 comments) President Obama's behavior toward Russia is petulant. He's erratic in the Middle East by supporting Al Qaeda aligned groups. Prism is pure paranoia. Is he losing it?
(3 comments) The Syrian Support Group was the 'go to' NGO for funding Syrian rebels. Sanctioned by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the group had it all. Then the curtain was lifted and it turned out it was about oil.
(9 comments) The government fears the release of information by Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden. They say it aids the enemy. As it turns out, we the people are the enemy the government fears most getting this information.
(2 comments) House Republicans and Democrats voted together to limit military options in Syria and a bipartisan resistance to NSA cyber spying nearly succeeded in limiting that program. This is an unlikely but useful bipartisan coalition.
(5 comments) Was the forced landing of the Bolivian plane of Evo Morales skyjacking? Is there nothing the Obama administration won't do to capture Edward Snowden?
(6 comments) Biden talks to Ecuador's president and as if by magic, the asylum opportunity vanishes. Assange is then blamed by his protector, President Correa of Ecuador, for snookering Correa into helping Snowden in the first place. What a mess.
(19 comments) The unrelenting warrior Obama tends to Wall Street while the people struggle amidst a flat economy and a polluted landscape. He's reminding us of Bush.
(1 comments) A weekly update on our decline and fall as a society. This week features the original cyber spying program, ECHELON, real unemployment numbers, and Syria.
(6 comments) Before Snowden blew his whistle, President Obama had a full spectrum dominance anti-leak program in place. The details are chilling. McClatchy's Washington Bureau did a great job of breaking the story.
(18 comments) One million mostly young, mostly college educated, mostly first time demonstrators sent a message in Brazil last night. Govern properly. Stop the graft!
(5 comments) President Obama is beginning a long slide into oblivion. He can turn things around by serving the people instead of the financial elite. Five programs for a rapid change in his standing with the public.
(26 comments) Al Franken and other liberals say it's OK for Obama to spy on us illegally. But wait, it wasn't OK when Bush did it. What utter hypocracy.
(1 comments) The stage is set for the next battle for Aleppo. The Syrian Army and Hezbollah announced an imminent attack. Will the rebels survive. Will the Western powers join in? Will it be too late if they do?
(6 comments) Assault on Wall Street is an all-American revenge movie with shoot outs that will unsettle those at the center of financial power.
(4 comments) Governor Scott must veto the big bank friendly foreclosure bill, HB 87. Florida is #1 in foreclosures and about to get out of control if this bill stands.
(4 comments) The Florida legislature passed HB 87 which gives huge advantages to banks in foreclosure hearings. It may well cause a new wave of lost homes to the banks.
(13 comments) How smart can Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg be if he has his minions censor an ad from an upstart activist group called CREDO?
(2 comments) The president and the Washington in-crowd got together at the annual correspondents dinner and had lots of laughs. Do they now what's going on in the country? What's so funny?