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What U.S.-&-Allied ‘News’-Media Refuse to Publish
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What U.S.-&-Allied ‘News’-Media Refuse to Publish
March 4, 2021

On March 1st, Gallup headlined “China, Russia Images in U.S. Hit Historic Lows” and closed their article on an optimistic (for neoconservatives — which includes all U.S.-and allied billionaires) note for the new Biden Administration in Washington and for NATO.

Who Controls American Imperialism?
February 6, 2021

America does most of the entire world’s invasions and coups and sanctions. This has been the case ever since 1945, Eric Zuesse writes.

Who Controls American Imperialism?
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Happy Days Ahead for the Pentagon as Beacons Are Lit for the Military-Industrial Complex
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Happy Days Ahead for the Pentagon as Beacons Are Lit for the Military-Industrial Complex
February 2, 2021

President Biden’s beacon has been deflected to the rugged trails of aggression, Brian Cloughley writes.

War and Plagues: Military Spending During a Pandemic
May 15, 2020

Conn HALLINAN “There have been as many plagues as wars in history, yet plagues and wars take people equally by surprise” – Albert Camus, “The Plague” Camus’ novel of a lethal contagion in the North African city of Oran is […]

War and Plagues: Military Spending During a Pandemic
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US Stealth Jets Can’t Shoot Straight, New Pentagon Report Warns
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US Stealth Jets Can’t Shoot Straight, New Pentagon Report Warns
February 3, 2020

The Lockheed Martin F-35 stealth fighter has suffered a long list of problems that we’ve frequently noted. Now a new report from Bloomberg, citing a Pentagon annual assessment, specifies how the stealth fighters can’t shoot straight. 

How The Military-Industrial Complex Gets Away With Murder in Contract After Contract
January 22, 2020

…And let’s face it, a Congress that allows endless wars, terrible spending practices, and multiplying conflicts of interest is, as the history of the twenty-first century has shown us, a recipe for disaster.

How The Military-Industrial Complex Gets Away With Murder in Contract After Contract
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Why America’s Military Capabilities Are Failing
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Why America’s Military Capabilities Are Failing
September 12, 2019

The big money is being made not in Government-service, but in the private-sector side of the revolving door between Government-service and the private sector.

Merger Mania in the Military Industry
July 22, 2019

Lockheed Martin’s government contracts rival the operating budget of the State Department, writes William D. Hartung. And now it’s about to have company.

Merger Mania in the Military Industry
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