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Deepa Kumar and Peter Hart say the mainstream media is working to manufacturing consent for further military action in Syria and Iraq
Some lawmakers are trying to ensure debate and vote after Joint Chiefs of Staff Chair Gen. Dempsey raised the possibility
Vijay Prashad: If the West is serious about tackling ISIS it must lessen the chaos within Syria and seek a political solution
Lecturer Peter Watt discusses the issues and history surrounding Scottish Independence
TRNN hears from both sides of the debate on whether to vote for independence from the United Kingdom
Prof. Gerald Epstein is skeptical about new Fed rules and the appointment of Federal Reserve vice chairman Stanley Fischer to head the Financial Stability Committee
We have to decide, who will make change and who we are making the news for.
As the climate justice movement prepares for an historic convergence in NYC, political economist Patrick Bond warns that the "big tent approach" of the People's Climate March might backfire
Mr. Conway says, by targeting the Panthers, the FBI and other state and local agencies were functioning as a national secret police. That was COINTELPRO; it carries on under The Patriot Act.
Eddie Conway and Gerald Horne explore the forgotten history of the U.S. national anthem as Baltimore celebrates its 200th anniversary
Andrew Levine says Obama is continuing a triumphalist policy towards Russia
"The State Targeted the Panthers Because We Were Socialists, Not Because We Were Armed" - Eddie Conway on Reality Asserts Itself (4/8)
Mr. Conway says the Panthers were also a threat because they recognized the humanity of and worked with all ethnic groups
Though Senate Republicans have thwarted a constitutional amendment to rein in campaign contributions, Democrats can pursue alternative strategies to increase transparency without a supermajority
Author & Journalist Patrick Cockburn says defeating ISIS requires an end to the civil war in Syria
IPS fellow Phyllis Bennis says military strategies have failed; only a political and diplomatic solution will work
Hamid Dabashi says President Obama's plan to use air power against IS will create more barbarism and further destroy and disintegrate Iraq
Obama's plan to support the Shi'a and Kurds in Iraq could worsen sectarianism fighting, and a new report says arms sent to moderate Syrian rebels have ended up in ISIS's hands
#whatupbmore: Baltimore hosts a townhall on what lessons it can learn from Ferguson
Michael Ratner: The United States should have held Saudi Arabia and Pakistan criminally responsible for 9/11 instead of launching wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
Omar Dahi says Obama is wrong to say the Assad regime has no legitimacy, as most Syrians want an end to war, the creation of a broad-front government, and a national army to confront warlords and extremism