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- Australia Continues Its Plunge Into Authoritarianism And Military Brinkmanship
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By CJ Hopkins Source: Consent Factory, Inc. Well, it looks like we’ve somehow managed to survive another year of diabolical Putin-Nazi attacks on democracy. It was touch-and-go there for a while, especially coming down the home stretch, what with Jeremy … Continue reading →
By John V. Walsh Source: Dissident Voice Jimmy Dore is a comic who has taken on Russiagate, a deadly serious matter. He is one of those brave souls who count themselves as progressives but dared to call into question Russiagate. … Continue reading →
By Chris Hedges Source: Truthdig The Mueller report’s categorical statement that Donald Trump and his campaign did not collude with Russia ends one of the most shameful periods in modern American journalism, one that rivals the mindless cheerleading for the … Continue reading →
By Carl Boggs Source: CounterPunch The steady deterioration of American political discourse seems to have reached its lowest ebb in historical memory, visible in the rightward shift of both Democrats and Republicans. One sign is the frenzied Democratic assault on … Continue reading →
By Philip Giraldi Source: Unz Review Liberals are supposed to be antiwar, right? I went to college in the 1960s, when students nationwide were rising up in opposition to the Vietnam War. I was a Young Republican back then and … Continue reading →
Editor’s note: This is a revised article from last year followed by recent podcasts and videos on the topic. One of the ways corrupt people and institutions retain power is by discouraging criticism and discussions that could lead to organized … Continue reading →