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Retired Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson Shreds White House For 'Rank Amateurism'
"This is amateurism and amateurism looks to the world just like what it is: amateurism."
The Iran Deal, Munich and Lessons From Versailles
Independent op-ed columnist focusing on sports, politics and c...
July's Iran nuclear deal stands as one of the most significant foreign policy achievements of this or any recent administration. It rejects a Munich replication and builds on the lessons of Versailles while eliminating many of its pitfalls.
Retired Army Colonel Rips Dick Cheney: He Isn't Immoral, He's Amoral
If You Were An Iraq War Critic, You're Probably Not Being Asked To Go On TV
Dick Cheney's Visit To Toronto Stirs Call For War Crimes Arrest
Deepening Doubt: Experts Distrust Case For Strikes In Syria
Peter S. Goodman
Deja Vu For Man Who Crafted Colin Powell's Pre-Iraq War Speech
Senators Open Back Door for War With Iran
Middle East Analyst and Advocate, Friends Committee on Nationa...
Nearly half of the Senate has signed on to what is nicknamed the "Back Door to War" resolution, which calls for the U.S. to pledge military support for a potential Israeli attack on Iran. This resolution could be a precursor to a full-on authorization of military force.
Washington's War-Makers Aren't 'in a Bubble,' They're in a Bunker
Author, 'War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinni...
With the tenth anniversary of the Iraq invasion coming up next month, we can expect a surge of explanations for what made that catastrophe possible.
Colin Powell's Former Chief Of Staff: 'My Party Is Full Of Racists'
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Ex-Bush Official Col. Lawrence Wilkerson: "I Am Willing To Testify" If Dick Cheney Is Put on Trial for War Crimes
Independent, weekday news hour, anchored by award-winning jour...
To reflect on Cheney's tenure in the George W. Bush administration,
speaks with Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Former Powell Aide: Cheney Fears Prosecution For War Crimes
Powell's Chief Of Staff: We Were 'Manipulated' Into Making Case For Iraq War
Guns, Religion and the Glenn Beck Rally
Washington Editor at Large of The Atlantic and founder and sen...
What Barack Obama described in the 2008 campaign is what we are seeing unfold in the country. Guns and religion -- or, in other words, fear and intolerance.
Bush Insider Reveals Guantanamo Deception: Hundreds of Innocents Jailed
Law Professor, Loyola University New Orleans
The issue now before us is not just whether the Bush Administration was wrong about Guantanamo but whether it was also consistently deceitful in holding hundreds of innocent men in prison to cover up their own mistakes.
George W. Bush Knew GuantÃ¡namo Prisoners Were Innocent, Reports Times Of London
Seven Years of War in Iraq: Still Based on Cheney's Torture and Lies
Journalist and author of "The Guantanamo Files"
Friday marked the seventh anniversary of the illegal invasion of Iraq, but it seems that Americans have become used to living in a state of perpetual war, even though that war was based on torture and lies.
Rachel Corrie's (Posthumous) Day in Court
Host, executive producer of Democracy Now!, NYT bestselling au...
An unusual trial begins in Israel this week that people around the world will be watching closely. It involves the tragic death of 23-year-old Rachel Corrie by an Israeli military bulldozer.
Wilkerson: Cheney "Lonely, Paranoid, Frightened"
IraqTortureGate: Powell Denies Knowing He Used Tortured Evidence for UN Case
Policy Director, Just Foreign Policy
"Speculation by people who never attended meetings"? Who is Powell trying to discredit? The Senate Intelligence Committee? Or his own former chief deputy?
Col. Wilkerson: "Cheney Kept Some Things From the President"
Host, 'The Young Turks'
We interviewed Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, the former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell and he had some very interesting things to say about Cheney and Rumsfeld.
Lawrence Wilkerson: Congress Is "Spineless" (VIDEO)
Stop the Presses: Cheney's Re-emergence Is Finally Explained!
Retired producer for NBC Nightly News
Nancy Pelosi, this week, accused the CIA of lying. Who, journalists collectively ask, could ever accuse the CIA of lying? Who indeed? Almost anybody, it seems to me.
Obama's First 100 Days: A Start On Guantanamo, But Not Enough
Journalist and author of "The Guantanamo Files"
Just Binyam Mohamed and the Yemeni doctor, Ayman Batarfi have been cleared for release. At this rate, of course, it will take decades to close Guantánamo.
What if Instead of the Nuremberg Trials There Was Only a Truth Commission?
Journalist; Author, 'Dirty Wars: The World Is A Battlefield'
As some liberals make the case against a Special Prosecutor, the lawyers who fought for the release of the torture memos push back and explain why prosecutions are the only response.
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