But Israel declared a ceasefire, then attacked the people who went out to shop at a local market. 17 killed, over 200 injured.
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I think it’s time someone did an intervention with Sarah Palin over her little drinking problem:
I don’t normally get into the Fox News insanity, because it’s so self-evidently insane, right? But every once in a while, I like to remind people of the kind of anti-human propaganda that’s getting spooned into the open yearning brains of their regular viewers: Fox News’ morning program questioned a Texas official about providing emergency […]
More from Robert Parry: As the U.S. government seeks to build its case blaming eastern Ukrainian rebels and Russia for the shoot-down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, the evidence seems to be getting twisted to fit the preordained conclusion, including a curious explanation for why the troops suspected of firing the fateful missile may have […]
Robert Parry, who’s one of the better national security reporters out there, says there are reasons to take the media version of the Malaysia jet shootdown with a grain of salt: So why hasn’t this question of U.S. spy-in-the-sky photos – and what they reveal – been pressed by the major U.S. news media? How […]
Why cutting public pensions will not lower your property taxes.
They sure do hate democracy, don’t they? But uou have to give them credit, since things like justice and shame never play a part in their decision-making process. They never, ever, ever think about how their actions look to anyone else: New documents indicate that just weeks after the first subpoenas were issued in Wisconsin’s […]
This time, for disability coverage: Issa’s implication is that almost all the applicants approved by these judges are unworthy. He’s hoping to shock taxpayers by stating that between 2005 and 2013, the judges “placed over 3.2 million people on federal disability programs at a total cost of nearly one trillion dollars.” There’s a good lesson […]
What would it take to make that happen here? Up to 2 million public sector workers participated in strike action on Thursday in a massive coordinated action against ‘poverty pay’, attacks on pensions, heavy workloads and workplace safety. Picket lines were manned by trade unionist and supporters nationwide outside courts, council offices, job centers and […]