July 2012

Glenn Greenwald Salon

How Americans are efficiently trained to acquiesce to ideas once deemed so radical as to be unthinkable (more…)

New York Times

HANCOCK FIELD AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, N.Y. – From his computer console here in the Syracuse suburbs, Col. D. Scott Brenton remotely flies a Reaper drone that beams back hundreds of hours of live video of insurgents, his intended targets (more…)

Rafil Dhafir

#11921-052-Unit HB

Federal Medical Center Devens

PO Box 879

Ayer MA 01432

Laura Rozen Almonitor

A US group that supports the Free Syrian Army has received a waiver from the US Treasury Department authorizing it to provide logistical and financial support to the armed Syrian resistance. (more…)

Paul Pillar The National Interest

Among the legal anomalies and affronts to justice involved in certain things the United States does in the name of counterterrorism is an incarceration netherworld that seems likely to persist as indefinitely as the detention of many of the people caught in it. (more…)

Glenn Greenwald Salon

In The New York Times today, Tom Friedman argues that the only thing that could save Syria is if that country is lucky enough to have the U.S. do to it what the U.S. did to Iraq (more…)

Garzon expresses grave concern for actions being taken against Wikileaks founder (more…)

Morris Berman Counterpunch

Strange things are happening in the United States these days, and every day seems to bring additional scary news.  The similarity to the erosion of civil liberties in Germany during the 1930s is a bit too close for comfort. (more…)

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