The US’s Inalienable Right to Violence

By Gregory Shupak | FAIR | 01/22/20 Even when critical of US actions, media commentary on recent US bombings and assassinations in the Middle East is premised on the assumption that the US has the right to use violence (or the threat of it) to assert its will, anytime, anywhere. Conversely, corporate media coverage suggests that anyContinue reading “The US’s Inalienable Right to Violence”

Implications of Failed US Assassination of Iranian Leader on Same Day as Soleimani

By Danny C. | DCPeriodical | 01/10/20 | After lawmakers were finally briefed about the White House ordered assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani in Baghdad on Jan. 2nd, many walked away from the meeting saying the evidence provided for the so-called “imminent threat” Soleimani posed against America (namely their embassy in Baghdad) was patheticContinue reading “Implications of Failed US Assassination of Iranian Leader on Same Day as Soleimani”