The Truthdig columnist and U.S. Army officer tells Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer that U.S. foreign policy since 9/11 makes us less safe.
More than 200 who were mass-arrested in Washington, D.C., on Friday are facing up to 10 years behind bars.
Assuming that many privates and generals have complicated, often highly critical feelings about various crises of war-making, why don’t they ever express them publicly?
As a member of the California delegation, I could see that the Democratic convention was never going to be a harmonious melding of two campaigns The Clintonites were fighting not a candidate but a wildfire As a member of the California delegation, I could see that the Democratic convention was never going to be a harmonious melding of two campaigns.
In a victory for free speech, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that employees of T-Mobile do not have to maintain what the company called a “positive work environment” at all times.
The father of modern linguistics weighs in on the decline of higher education in the United States; a writer criticizes the state of dissent from the left in Israel; meanwhile, a new Republican social media campaign backfires. These discoveries and more after the jump.