Anti-war Media

2020 Feb 22 - 12:00pm
Anti-Wardotcom
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s US extradition hearing opens Monday. Finally, his legal team can argue in a court over the offenses listed in the indictment against the journalist who published government documents exposing US war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. The prosecution of Assange threatens press freedom. This is the first time that the US … Continue reading "Assange’s US Extradition Hearing Opens Monday: The Fight for the Free...
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2020 Feb 22 - 12:00pm
Anti-Wardotcom
A precious moment has been squandered, as Palestinian Authority President, Mahmoud Abbas, had the chance to right a historical wrong, by reinstating Palestinian national priorities at the United Nations Security Council on February 11, through a political discourse that is completely independent from Washington and its allies. For a long time, Abbas has been a … Continue reading "Abbas’ UN Speech and the Breakdown of Palestinian...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:02am
Dissident Voice
Break out the pussyhats and vuvuzelas, folks, because the neoliberal Resistance is back, and this time they’re not playing around. No more impeachments and investigations. It’s time to go mano-a-mano with Trump, and they’ve finally got just the bad hombre to do it. No, not Bernie Sanders, you commies. A battle-hardened Resistance fighter. El Caballo Pequeño! El Jefe Mínimo! Subcomandante Michael Bloomberg! Yes, that’s right, Michael Bloomberg,...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
I have written for years on the effort of European countries to expand their crackdown on free speech globally through restrictions on social media and Internet speech. It appears that Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has relented in what may prove the death knell for free speech in the West. Zuckerberg seems to relent in asking governments for regulations stipulating what speech will be permitted on Facebook and other platforms. It is...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
Vladimir Putin’s spokesman says statements suggesting Russia plans to interfere in this year’s US Presidential election “don’t have anything in common with the truth.” Dmitry Peskov slammed the idea that Moscow will attempt to help President Donald Trump achieve re-election as being of “paranoid character.” He was responding to US media reports which claimed US intelligence has warned politicians that...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
Liechtenstein has long been recognized as one of the most free and prosperous countries in the world. However, there has been little analysis of Liechtenstein’s development because the scant research that existed was in German and therefore inaccessible to most American scholars. Furthermore, many saw no need to study Liechtenstein, viewing it as an accident of history with an anachronistic political system. Liechtenstein’s monarchy, unlike the...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
“There is no evidence of increased extinction rates associated with any of the past reversals,” the announcer for PBS Space Time video assures us. Really!?? Oh, “there may be higher incidences of cancers and other mutations from more high-energy particles reaching the ground,” he continues. “And probably we’ll need to get much better at shielding satellites from the solar wind.” Higher incidences of cancer and other mutations, but no evidence of...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
Sobran’s: The Real News of the Month, March 2002 — In recent weeks I’ve been debating with people I usually agree with: conservative Christians. Many of them feel I’ve gone too far in the direction of philosophical anarchism, in defiance of both Scripture and Catholic teaching. One reader, a self-identified Catholic socialist, went so far as to call my views “heresy.” He cited particularly the encyclicals of Leo XIII and...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
Special for LewRockwell.com Good work, Democrats!  In the Las Vegas debate, you blasted every target but Donald Trump.  Instead of quivering in his Gucci loafers, the man who would be king was left dancing on air. The man who should have been king, newcomer Mike Bloomberg, was left looking like a beaten-up cigar store Indian.  He had not prepped for the debate and failed to dodge the obvious incoming missile attacks on him launched by a hissing...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
There are indeed, many paths through the gateless gate. This one is fairly easy — and when we arrive at the fence-line, there’s a little trick that will get you through. For me, it involved dishes – – – We’re at the first Way-Stone already – – – “‘You know what Indian time means?’ [an Ojibwe tribal leader] had responded in a session with local college students. ‘It...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
In the pages of LewRockwell.com almost ten years ago, I penned a defense of former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich (here, here, and here). They were exclusives written for LRC after watching USA v Blagojevich at the federal courthouse in Chicago that summer 2010. Blagojevich is “a politician with whom I shared little common political or philosophical ground,” as I pointed out in The Hill five years ago, yet growing up in the midst of the ever-...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
The New Silk Roads – or Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) – were launched by President Xi Jinping in 2013, first in Central Asia (Nur-Sultan) and then Southeast Asia (Jakarta). One year later, the Chinese economy overtook the U.S. on a PPP basis. Inexorably, year after year since the start of the millennium, the U.S. share of the global economy shrinks while China’s increases. China is already the key hub of the global economy and the leading trade...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
We’re reminded this morning by The New York Times, America’s official psychotic fantasy generator, that the Russians are coming (again!) as an ad hoc arm of the committee to re-elect Mr. Trump. You have to ask yourself: Does Mr. Trump actually need their help? His opponents have been self-meddling so diligently that their party now looks like a Frankenstein creature assembled from the spare parts of Herbert Marcuse, Tupac Shakur, Leopold von...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
A quick back-and-forth occurred over the last week between President Trump and the nation’s federal judges.  After lying to Attorney General Barr about seeking a minimum sentence, the prosecutors in the Roger Stone case (including two from the Mueller Crew) entered a harsh sentencing recommendation that he serve a decade behind bars for lying to Congress.  President Trump rightly criticized the prosecutors for their double standard in...
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2020 Feb 22 - 11:01am
Rockwell, Lew
Wine fraud relates to the commercial aspects of wine. The most prevalent type of fraud is one where wines are adulterated, usually with the addition of cheaper products (e.g. juices) and sometimes with harmful chemicals and sweeteners (compensating for colour or flavour). Counterfeiting and the relabeling of inferior and cheaper wines to more expensive brands is another common type of wine fraud. The Natural Law: A Study in Legal and Social...
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