Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Pakistan’s Parliament First in the World to Go 100% Solar

“Pakistan’s solar insolation is one of the highest in the world, and foreign investors are taking note.”

U.S. Now Overtly at War Against Russia

“Russia is not expanding to NATO’s borders; NATO is expanding to Russia’s borders. The baldness of the Western lie to the contrary is an insult to Westerners’ intelligence.”
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Noam Chomsky on Bernie Sanders and Our ‘Bought’ Political System

Who does Noam Chomsky support in Election 2016? Watch as he discusses his reasons for his preference for Democratic candidates and the differences between the political parties.

The Promise (and Peril) of the New Populism

Populism can be dangerous when embraced by the right because it usually comes mixed with nativism.

Four Hospitals Bombed in One Day in Syria, Including Doctors Without Borders Facility

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu blamed Russia for the airstrikes in Azaz.

Bernie Sanders Scorns Hillary Clinton’s Relationship With Accused War Criminal Henry Kissinger

Despite his myriad of atrocities, Kissinger received the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize and remains venerated among both Democrats and Republicans.

Should Henry Kissinger Mentor a Presidential Candidate?

Now that many Americans, particularly young ones, are hearing the name of Henry Kissinger, they should learn some other reasons why Kissinger would not make a good mentor.

The U.S. Military Suffers from Affluenza

An institutional report card with so many deficits and failures, a record of deportment that has led to death and mayhem, should not be ignored. The military must be called to account.

Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda

Maybe if we stopped claiming that we were the greatest, most exceptional, most indispensable nation ever and that the U.S. military was the finest fighting force in the history of the world, both we and the world might be better off and modestly more peaceful.

Dispossessed in the Name of ‘Security’

“The military is looking to expand its role by emphasizing what it portrays as ‘security’ threats arising from ecological disasters.”