Why U.S. Cyber Sneak Attacks Won’t Work Against Iran

Just another useless maximum pressure tactic that's failing to weaken the regime.
Bonnie Kristian November 12, 2019

How Hollywood Subtly Reinforces Wage Slavery

Film and TV depictions of the working stiff today suggest that resistance is ultimately futile. Why?
Paul Brian November 12, 2019

He Called Socialism a Lie and Was Locked in a Psych Ward

Vladimir Bukovsky refused to yield to the USSR. What would he say now about the West's cave-in to gender politics?
Jason Morgan November 12, 2019

White vs. Red Poppies on ‘Remembrance Day’

A cultural fault line has developed over the 100-year tradition of honoring the sacrifice of soldiers in the Great War.
Nayeli Riano November 11, 2019

TAC Bookshelf: Doubting the Original Thanksgiving Story

Here's what our writers and editors are reading this week.
TAC Staff November 11, 2019

Why We Must Reclaim ‘Armistice Day’

The original spirit was 'never again.' Now in an era of forever war, we celebrate vets with a mere ‘thank you.’
Danny Sjursen November 11, 2019

The Blob: Still Chasing After Pax Americana

After all the failure, they still look at our wars in the Middle East as some kind of golden age.
Andrew J. Bacevich November 11, 2019

When ‘High Body Count’ Was an American War Policy

Trump asked, ‘what kind of people would kill so many to strengthen their position?’ Enter the wayback machine, 1968.
Nick Turse November 11, 2019