Investigative journalist, author and syndicated columnist. A member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the National Press Club
Trump has forever stained the disciplines of medicine, science, and technology with his clownish performance as a U.S. president, Wayne Madsen writes.
The UAE’s embrace of Israel does not enjoy universal support in the seven emirates that make up the oil-rich federation.
Trump has no power over the fact that history will one day view him as the most vile, corrupt, and fascistic president of the United States, Wayne Madsen writes.
Many of the poorer immigrants to the United States from Latin America fled dictators in their native countries and the last thing they want is to see Trump proclaiming himself as president-for-life.
When it comes to appointing foreign citizens to high government posts, conservative governments are at the forefront of “global governance.”
The world must dial back to the days when fascists were humankind’s common enemy, Wayne Madsen writes.
The attack on the U.S. Postal Service by the Trump administration is, in effect, a peacetime attack on the national sovereignty of the United States.
A major focus of the CIA from its very inception was the penetration of the news media, including the assignment of CIA agents to the newsrooms and editorial offices of America’s largest media operations
All the plans of nations large and small to prevent a repeat of the so-called Spanish flu of 1918, which ravaged the battlefield trenches of France, have largely proven ineffective.
The domestic embargoing of health care supplies, along with the hobbling of federal health agencies represent individual criminal charges in an indictment of the Trump administration for carrying out “autogenocide” against the American people.