When it comes to Trump, it is easy to vilify and jump on the backlash bandwagon, but it has been comparatively more difficult for Americans to vocalize their mortification for what has already happened.
In an age of too many laws, too many prisons, too many government spies, and too many corporations eager to make a fast buck at the expense of the American taxpayer, there is no safe place and no watertight alibi.
Unfortunately, our current President -- though morally upright compared to the colossally embarrassing Mr. Clinton -- also
3. Why did more than 100 congressional staffers stage a walk-out on Thursday? a. They wanted to push Congress to enact legislation
State Dept. Overseers of Contentious Enbridge Tar Sands Pipeline Workaround Have Industry, Torture Ties
Deborah Klepp's Ties to Rendition, Corrupt Contracting That is, influential State Department employees helped Enbridge find
The European Court of Human Rights yesterday ruled against Poland, charging our ally with human rights violations for helping the CIA operate an 'extraordinary rendition' program. But no one at the CIA has ever been prosecuted for torturing suspects.
Both the Bush and Obama administrations have opposed all efforts, inside and outside the United States, to hold CIA personnel accountable for violations of human rights law and domestic law.
The capture of alleged al-Qaeda operative Abu Anas al-Libi by American forces last weekend in Tripoli raises a range of troubling questions. But the answer to one of them -- what to do with him now -- is clear.
Lady was among 23 Americans sentenced at an Italian trial in 2009, the first time U.S. nationals had been convicted over
There are two basic ways to go mad. One is historical and the other, existential. Your personality may be festering one or