Biden continues to stay disturbingly close to Trump.
Susanna Terstal distorts reality by depicting Palestinians as aggressors.
Palestinian voices are excluded in Washington Post’s coverage of Michael Che controversy.
Role of weapons makers in destroying Gaza gets magicked away by Brussels officials.
Falic family of settlement funders is to co-chair the Shmuley Boteach event.
Reading Time: 10 minutesThe main focus of the impeachment trial that is about to be decided by the US Senate will be the guilt or innocence of Donald Trump, but it is fair to say that the trial will also be a test of a Republican Party that he has largely reshaped and ultimately deformed.
Reading Time: 18 minutesOur returning guest on this week’s WhoWhatWhy podcast, John Kiriakou, was a 15-year CIA veteran. Then he blew the whistle on the CIA’s use of torture under the Bush administration. As a result, he became one of the very few Americans ever charged with violating the Espionage Act.
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Pro-Israel censor Neera Tanden proposed looting Libya and assaulted Faiz Shakir, a future employee of Bernie Sanders.
Reading Time: 5 minutesUnilateral US sanctions against China have backfired, resulting in economic warfare with an increasingly powerful Beijing.
Reading Time: 6 minutesWith little public notice, just six days after Donald Trump pardoned his disgraced, but loyal, former national security advisor, Michael Flynn, he approved promoting Flynn’s younger brother, Lt. Gen. Charles A.
Reading Time: 17 minutesNEWS ANALYSISThe final countdown has begun, but the military is worried about what Donald Trump and his followers might do to cling to power.
Reading Time: 8 minutesAs the FBI warns of violent pro-Trump actions across the country following the attack on the US Capitol, heavily armed gun rights militants are gearing up for their annual Martin Luther King Jr.
Reading Time: 4 minutesThe Trump-inspired riot on Capitol Hill could be just the beginning, with more violence on the way potentially targeting various state legislatures, according to experts who track far-right extremist groups.
Reading Time: 4 minutesWorld leaders on Wednesday and Thursday expressed shock as pro-Trump mobs stormed the US Capitol grounds, breaching the House and Senate chambers and breaking into offices in an attempt to overturn the results of the November 3 election.
Reading Time: 4 minutesIn the days leading up to the attack on the Capitol, Donald Trump had tried to pressure state legislators and officials and even his own vice president, Mike Pence, to overturn the 2020 election and declare him president in spite of the will of the voters.Trump had also been encouraging his followers to converge on Washington to protest the inevitable congre
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Morocco deal with Trump and Israel flies in the face of public opinion.
Reading Time: 4 minutesWhat outgoing President Donald Trump is doing right now in order to cling to power may seem random and chaotic, but it is not. In the summer of 2019, WhoWhatWhy predicted all of it.Back then, former editor Klaus Marre and images editor DonkeyHotey accurately forecast what the president, Fox News, congressional Republicans, et al.
No guarantee that Biden will restore funding to UNRWA.
Reading Time: 7 minutesDonald Trump’s presidential pardon for his former national security advisor, Michael Flynn, is only the first in what is expected to be a flood of pardons intended to protect Trump’s inner circle from the consequences of illegal behavior.
Reading Time: < 1 minute With the second wave of the pandemic raging, Americans are on their own as President Trump remains focused on himself and the Biden administration is still seven weeks away.
Reading Time: < 1 minuteSouth Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, who faces an ethics complaint for allegedly trying to sway the outcome of the presidential election in Georgia, is now calling for an audit of mail-in ballot signatures in the state where Joe Biden was just certified the winner.
Republican candidate Kelly Loeffler connects herself to journalist with ties to white supremacy and Nazism.
Taking stock of where we are and what lies ahead.
Reading Time: < 1 minute What’s the next shoe to drop now that President Trump’s terminated the Defense Secretary and forced two top officials out at Homeland Security, including the person who helped make the election the “most secure in American history”?
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