Sure, why doesn’t everyone start their own spy agency? What could possibly go wrong? The mysterious workings of a Pentagon office that oversees clandestine operations are unraveling in federal court, where a criminal investigation has exposed a secret weapons program entwined with allegations of a sweetheart contract, fake badges and trails of destroyed evidence. Capping […]
Category Archive for 'Military coup'
I really don’t think there’s any question that something’s screwy with the JFK assassination. Why are so many of the documents still classified? Anyway, here’s another purported piece of the puzzle: A former Cuban exile anti-Castro militant told a conference audience Sept. 26 in a blockbuster revelation that he saw accused presidential assassin Lee Harvey […]
Deja vu all over again! My, I’d forgotten how supportive the Very Serious People get when it’s time for another war. I wonder how enthusiastic they would be if it was their children on the front lines. Sis boom bah! How long until they put on their American flag pins again? Secretary of State John […]
545 dead, over 200 injured.
I’ve always assumed so, and when it comes to issues like this, I believe he’s too afraid of being killed to change the status quo. (I don’t see that as a character flaw, simply a fact.) It will take a sustained public insistence to break up the intelligence apparatus, and this leak may be the […]
Fifty years later, why are the National Archives still refusing to release the rest of the documents from the Kennedy assassination?
Not that we didn’t already know, but it’s nice to be validated. Via WhoWhatWhy: In this stunning but little-known speech from 2007, Gen. Wesley Clark claims America underwent a “policy coup” at the time of the 9/11 attacks. In this video, he reveals that, right after 9/11, he was privy to information contained in a […]
In which he asserts our right to kill anyone we want without any pesky legal trappings. Charlie Pierce explains just how lawless this is.
Egyptian women against the military’s treatment of female protesters.