New Evidence Shows: US Cover-Up of Murdered Civilians

By Gareth PorterAugust 17, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Detailed information from the families of those killed in drone strikes in Pakistan and from local sources on strikes that have targeted mourners and rescue workers provides credible new evidence that the majority of the deaths in the drone war in Pakistan have been civilian noncombatants... Continue Reading →

Latest UN Syria Report Compiled by Washington Think-Tanker

Collections of "interviews" conducted abroad and "in the field" shape latest UN report - compiled by US corporate-financier representative Karen Koning AbuZayd.By Tony CartalucciLand DestroyerAugust 17, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- The [UN] report covers the period between Feb. 15 and July 20 and involved 1,062 interviews, both in the field and in Geneva," reported... Continue Reading →

NY State Senator Puts on Israeli Uniform to Play Soldier on Syrian Border

By Philip WeissNY State Senator Storobin (l) with an Israeli general, center, and the senator's chief of staff (r)August 17, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- The office of NY state senator David Storobin, a Republican running for reelection, sent out the above photograph today of the senator in the occupied Golan Heights, on the Syrian border.The... Continue Reading →

Ecuador President Rafael “We Are Not A Colony” Correa Stands Up To The Jackbooted British Gestapo

By Paul Craig Roberts                                    A coward dies many deaths; a brave man dies but once.The once proud British government, now reduced to Washington’s servile whore, put on its Gestapo Jackboots and declared that if the Ecuadorean Embassy in London did not hand over WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange, British storm troopers would invade the embassy with military... Continue Reading →

Assange or Corzine?

By AzizAugust 17, 2012 "Information Clearing House" --Priorities are a bitch.The United States won’t prosecute Corzine for raiding segregated customer accounts, but will happily convene a Grand Jury in preparation for prosecuting Julian Assange for exposing the truth about war crimes.From the New York Times:A criminal investigation into the collapse of the brokerage firm MF... Continue Reading →

Ryan’s Budget: Right in Your Face, America!

By Ralph Nader The cruel impoverishment of the debate among the presidential and congressional candidates took a gigantic leap into the pits with Mitt Romney’s selection of 42-year-old Rep. Paul Ryan from the deindustrialized town of Janesville, Wisconsin. Ryan is invariably described by reporters as “an intellectual leader of the conservative movement” and by fellow Republicans... Continue Reading →

Dead Woman Working: American Dream Died Long Ago

By Donna Smith August 17, 2012 "Information Clearing House" It was a slow and torturous death, my American dream. And for millions of others, I am guessing it is the same. Nothing this current round of politicos is planning to do can restore it. Just like there is nothing to being a little bit pregnant, there... Continue Reading →

Journalist jailed for recording police

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Bradley Manning supporters occupy Obama’s offices

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Assange gets asylum but not safe passage

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WikiLeaks: a chronicle of revealing truths

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Is the Global Economy facing a Kondratieff Winter in the midst of Summer?

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Ecuador Asylum: Victory for Assange, loss for US?

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RT.com hit by DDoS attack, AntiLeaks claims responsibility

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Pussy Riot guilty of hooliganism, sentenced to two years in prison

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Video: Police open fire on South African miners, dozens killed (GRAPHIC)

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WRC Wrap-Up: Arrested Lemon Seeking Asylum

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UN Security Council orders end to UNSMIS

Ecuador Defies UK/US Pressure, Gives Assange Assylum

Pennsylvania judge upholds anti-democratic “voter ID” law

By Ed Hightower 17 August 2012On Wednesday, Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge Robert Simpson, a Republican, denied a request for an injunction that would have barred the state from enforcing its new requirement that voters provide a state-issued photographic ID in order to cast a ballot..The ruling in the case of Applewhite et al. v. Commonwealth is... Continue Reading →

Strikes and protests sweep Tunisia

By Jean Shaoul 17 August 2012On Tuesday, several thousand workers demonstrated in Sidi Bouzid. The city in the impoverished interior of Tunisia is where the vegetable vendor Mohamed Bouazizi set fire to himself on December 17, 2010, sparking the uprising against the regime of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.The protest was directly opposed to the interim... Continue Reading →

UK threatens to storm Ecuadorean embassy to seize Assange

By Robert Stevens 17 August 2012The threat by the UK’s Conservative-Liberal Democrat government to storm the Ecuadorean embassy to arrest WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange shows contempt for international law and a colonial-style disregard for Ecuadorean sovereignty.It marks a new stage in the British ruling class’ descent into criminality, aiming to silence a man who has helped... Continue Reading →

Israeli threats heighten danger of Middle East war

17 August 2012The latest Israeli threats to launch an unprovoked war of aggression against Iran underscore the recklessness and criminality of the Obama administration’s drive to reshape the Middle East and reassert US dominance over the region. While Israeli political leaders may more openly declare their intentions, they only echo Obama’s oft-repeated statement that the... Continue Reading →

UN Security Council orders end to UNSMIS

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Julian Assange and Wikileaks: The real issues

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Full Show 8/16/12: Assange Granted Asylum

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Ecuador Defies UK/US Pressure, Gives Assange Assylum

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