Truth Revolt | In which our brave and compassionate host takes a look at some real-life examples of microaggression and the deep harm such assaults can really do.
Michael Krieger | The American public is finally terrified enough to support another war in the Middle East.
Mikael Thalen | Government ignored repeated warnings from inside the system.
Tony Cartalucci | Not the First Fit of Feigned Ignorance.
Daniel McAdams | Obama officially adopts Bush Administration’s pre-emptive war doctrine.
Mark Dice | A devil-worshiping group hell-bent on hosting a satanic black mass is planning to go ahead with its controversial ceremony this month.
Michael Krieger | You gotta love the American public sometimes.
Michael Snyder | Did you know that two Russian bombers practiced launching cruise missiles at the United States from a spot in the North Atlantic just the other day?
Michael Snyder | Are you ready to have your veins scanned every time you use your bank account?
Paul Craig Roberts | Some Western commentators interpret the cease fire in Ukraine obtained by President Putin as a victory for Russia.
New American | President Obama wants Congress to have a “buy in” to the plan for combating the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Nick Bernabe | The US will re-up it’s efforts, which have only seemed to cause an increase in terror operations around the world.
Martin Armstrong | We have been warning that the Scottish separation was something to take seriously since the Berlin Conference in 2012.
Jon Rappoport | This is an article about the intentional construction of false reality.
Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones talks to Lew Rockwell, libertarian political commentator and chairman of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.
Paul Craig Roberts | Clearly, the economic numbers are out of sync with one another. They are also out of sync with reality.
New American | But we can forgive an honest mistake, can’t we?
THV11 | A mob of teenagers ran through a busy shopping plaza, seemingly picking out customers and Kroger employees at random to attack.
Michael Snyder | Should we be concerned that the percentage of Americans that are either working or looking for work is the lowest that it has been in 36 years?
Bizpac Review | It turns out Islamic State jihadists are not as tough as they pretend to be on social media.
Paul Craig Roberts | Is Russia so desperate to be part of the West that it will succumb to being another of Washington’s puppet states?
Bradford Thomas | “A lot of cities like to use to violence as a last resort, but we’ve found it’s pretty fun to just use it as a first resort.”
Mikael Thalen | “Kissinger is a friend, and I relied on his counsel when I served as secretary of state.”
David Swanson | How did they imagine they’d get away with it, claiming that Iraq had vast stockpiles of chemical and biological weapons and even nuclear weapons?
Martin Armstrong | Savers are being exploited by government under the pretense of managing the economy.
The Daily Sheeple | Exactly one month ago I wrote about, and charted the alarming spread of the Ebola virus.
Tony Cartalucci | Amid NATO’s failures in Ukraine, America’s terrorist mercenaries threaten war with Russia.
Washington’s Blog | Encircling Russia and Arming Ukraine Are What’s Provoking the Bear.
Mikael Thalen | Freudian slip shows senator’s struggle to differentiate between terrorists he’s armed.
Brandon Smith | The concept of leadership has become ridiculously warped.
Washington’s Blog | “I Believe That If We Ever Get The Full Truth, We’ll Find Out That Our Government Had It In The Records Exactly What The Plans Were, Or At Least Close To It”.
Daniel McAdams | It has been a busy week for US military planners.
Tony Cartalucci | If the Pentagon had an office dedicated to starting wars, and were in particular looking to create a war with Syria, it could not do a more effective job.
Michael Krieger | Over the past decade, it has become a dangerous behemoth of fascism under the guise of the fraudulent “war on terror.”
Prison Planet.com | Mark Dice analyses the celebrity photos hacking scandal.
Michael Snyder | Has there ever been a nation more hooked on drugs than the United States?
Anthony Gucciardi | Bureaucratic cover ups and government-backed disinformation.
Martin Armstrong | We expect to see an escalation in conflicts in Ukraine.
Paul Craig Roberts | Where are the class action suits?
Washington’s Blog | 9/11 Commission Chairs, Congressmen and Intelligence Officers All Call for Declassification.
Daniel McAdams | Images from Libya today speak more clearly about the folly of US interventionism.
The Daily Sheeple | On the surface, self driving cars sounds like a godsend.
Tony Cartalucci | Propaganda Retrenchment Before Aggressive Military Aid.
Lew Rockwell | Earlier this month the New York Times wondered aloud if the “libertarian moment” had arrived. A good question, to be sure.
Eric Margolis | The problem is that too many cooks in Washington are spoiling its Mideast soup.
Jon Rappoport | By “the matrix,” I mean a false and strong consensus which is a lie. But not just any old silly consensus.
Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones speaks with former top CIA analyst and presidential advisor Ray McGovern about the current situation with Russia.
Washington’s Blog | And Is Still the MAIN SOURCE of Islamic Terrorism Today?
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones | From a fascist coup d’état to the FBI poisoning alcohol.
Robert Bridge | A backdoor to war into Syria?