Tag: Endless War

Evidence suggests that the La Belle Discotheque bombing that killed two U.S. servicemen in West Berlin 37 years ago was a black-flag operation set up by the CIA and provided a pretext for the first U.S. attempt to assassinate Muammar Qaddafi On April 5, 1986, three people were killed and...
When it comes to foreign policy, the 2020s might be about to go retro. And nothing could be so perfectly targeted to hit that pre-Trump nostalgia spot for the administrative class quite like “Responsible American Leadership.” In this post-Cold War era, this term always seems to mean a rhetorical...
Memorial Day
In the past few years, liberal activists have initiated a campaign to remove monuments and other symbols of the Southern Confederacy that fought the U.S. Civil War to uphold slavery. Yet, this Memorial Day, many of these same liberals will actively celebrate those members of the United States military who fought and died for causes no less deplorable than the Confederacy’s...
American soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division at Bagram Air Base in 2013.
Special Forces, Pentagon Contractors and Intelligence Operatives Will Remain On Wednesday April 14th, President Joe Biden announced that he would end the U.S.’s longest war and withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks. Over 6,000 NATO troops will also be withdrawn by...
With a new Cold War heating up between the U.S. and Russia and China, Witness for Peace Southwest, Addicted to War and CodePink organized a Truth Commission on the original Cold War on March 21st, which brought together the testimony of historians, activists and others who lived through the...