Friday, February 23, 2024

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Sanders’ stance on Israel: Urging US to withdraw military aid

Sanders' response is grounded in the belief that unconditional U.S. support for Israel is untenable in the face of Netanyahu's rejection of Palestinian statehood.

With attack on Yemen, the US is shameless: ‘We make the...

The United States government is the most powerful and dangerous outlaw nation in the world.

Sanders challenges US aid to Israel, citing Gaza conflict and domestic...

Senator Bernie Sanders stands against the $10 billion military aid to Israel's Netanyahu government amidst Gaza's humanitarian crisis, urging focus on U.S. domestic challenges.

GOP’s twisted priorities: Israel aid bill paves the way for wealthy...

Does the latest move from the GOP fits neatly into a broader pattern of policy decisions that prioritize military spending and the interests of the affluent over social welfare and justice?

US-backed roll of the dice leaves Ukraine in worse crisis 

The U.S. decision to reject peace negotiations and prolong the war have led to a brutal war of attrition that is gradually destroying Ukraine.

Sanders ‘disappointed, but not surprised,’ as Senate rejects 10% military spending...

"Spending $886 billion on the Pentagon will not make us safer."

The ultimate all-American slush fund

Could a new budget loophole allow Pentagon spending to soar even higher?

The numbers BlackRock won’t crunch

A giant with such an enormous appetite should find room for all kinds of facts and figures—but this one’s a bit of a picky eater. 

Leaks reveal reality behind US propaganda in Ukraine

Like in previous U.S. wars, the veil of propaganda is unraveling around a senseless and unnecessary war that is killing a generation of young Ukrainians.

Spurring an endless arms race

Why is the Pentagon budget so high?

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UN aid convoy attacked by Israeli Navy in Gaza, jeopardizing humanitarian efforts

This incident not only disrupts the flow of crucial aid, but also casts a long shadow over the ethical obligations and legal frameworks governing conflict zones.

Biden administration’s EV policy shift: A step back for climate action

This potential policy shift, seen as a nod to automakers and labor unions, is stirring controversy amid the escalating climate crisis, marked by last year's record-breaking global temperatures.

Record-breaking 459,000 workers strike in 2023: US labor movement hits 23-year high

the nation saw 33 major work stoppages initiated last year, the highest count since the year 2000, which recorded 39 stoppages.

After two years of war in Ukraine, it’s time for peace

The two years of war in Ukraine that have resulted from the U.S. decision to block the neutrality agreement negotiated between Russia and Ukraine in March 2022 in favor of a long war with Russia.

A new chapter in Wisconsin politics: Ending gerrymandering

The gerrymandered districts had long been a point of contention, with numerous legal experts deeming Wisconsin one of the most gerrymandered states in the nation.