Investigative journalist, author and syndicated columnist. A member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the National Press Club
“Condemnation of memory” is how Trump and his supporters should be viewed by the U.S. government and public now and into the future, Wayne Madsen believes.
Today, the Republican Party has taken up the banner of the Know Nothings, Wayne Madsen writes.
Financiers of the extreme right, including hedge fund tycoon Robert Mercer and his daughter, Rebekah Mercer, as well as Trump adviser Steve Bannon, should have their activities and finances thoroughly investigated, Wayne Madsen writes.
The most tarnished legacy of U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will be his introduction to U.S. foreign policy the racist dogma of the Christian Reconstructionist Church, Wayne Madsen writes.
The world has seen the blood-soaked results of paramilitaries and civilian vigilantes teaming up with military dictators to enforce fascist rule. Trump and his supporters are encouraging a similar alliance in the U.S., Wayne Madsen writes.
It is shameful that the people of 1918 were far more responsible in dealing with a pandemic – with their relatively limited information resources – than people are today with a wealth of information gadgetry at their disposal.
Pandemia is a place where a deadly virus pandemic spreads in an out-of-control fashion, Wayne Madsen writes.
As Joe Biden secured his overwhelming electoral victory over Donald Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo set out on a seven-nation trip that had no apparent purpose…
But Trump’s prospects for leading a rival U.S. administration for any significant length of time are dim.
Today, rather than being endemic in some far-off land, death squads, some linked to local law enforcement officers, are active inside the United States, Wayne Madsen writes.