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As some lawmakers push to criminalize BDS, a pro-Palestinian, free speech Left is rising up.
The late Congressman spent the rest of his life committed to doing penance for his Iraq War vote.
Report names a shocking number of big brass and government executives playing both sides of the Pentagon’s pernicious revolving door.
Nadia Murad is one of 6,500 women and girls who were abducted by ISIS in a country we were supposed to liberate.
Opponents warn that “red flag” orders can be abused and violate due process. So why are they attracting Republican support?
A decade after the worst fighting overseas, five combat veterans put the Forever War and American civilian life into perspective.
‘It’s about time’ says one victim of toxic exposure, as Congress finally shows backbone for victims and families
The administration is bombing people all over the planet, under looser rules and in the shadows.
Beardie-weirdies, nihilists, and radicals: a look at 1970 through conservative eyes.
New AUMF would cement forever war and give the phrase ‘world police’ new meaning.
Against backdrop of Tillerson firing and revelations of Kushner meddling, ambassador opens up on the neighborhood bullies.
Formidable network of beltway players were paid for years to whitewash the blemishes and promote the Kingdom’s interests.
To answer that, TAC is hosting a screening of a new film challenging the government over the toxic exposure of recent war vets.
A debate featuring author of torture memo and Bruce Fein saw more rationalizing of the executive’s massive powers.
The late publisher of Consortium News was a trailblazer who held lazy reporters and groupthink in the highest contempt.
Washington’s well-funded web of interventionist elites is quietly populating the president’s national security circle, again.
With billions of dollars and the will of the voters at stake, critics say this is one flip-flop Trump can’t afford.
Amid bad news, Lockheed takes victory lap in the Beltway bubble.
Leading scholars, journalists, and policy experts debate the outlook for realism & restraint in the Trump era.
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