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1.  Pentagon Just Admitted They're Unaccountable  

Quite funny, good information, and short. First 30 seconds are a little slow

2022-01-15 PermaLink
View In: Military Budget
2.  Former DoD OIG Official Sentenced for Accepting Bribes and Defrauding the United States  

2022-01-15


View In: Military Budget
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A former official of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) was sentenced today to 7.5 years in prison for accepting bribes and defrauding the government, among other crimes. Now what about the bribe givers?
3.  Iran Promotes Video Depicting Assassination Of Trump At Mar-a-Lago  

2022-01-15


ZeroHedge News
View In: Iran
Iran Promotes Video Depicting Assassination Of Trump At Mar-a-Lago Iranian state media and the official website of the country's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has published a video this week depicting an imagined assassination of Donald Trump, which features his Mar-a-lago resort.  The 90-secon...
4.  Biden Urged to Eliminate Land-Based Nuclear Missiles as US Policy Is Revised  

2022-01-14


Truth Out
View In: Nuclear Arms
Nonproliferation groups say hundreds of intercontinental ballistic missiles greatly increase the risk of nuclear war.
5.  “Smoking Gun” Analysis Finds US Sanctions Produce “War Time” Economy in Venezuela  

2022-01-14


The Gray zone
View In: Venezuala
Red Lines host Anya Parampil speaks with Francisco R. Rodríguez, the Executive of Oil for Venezuela, about a study he recently published which analyzed the impact of US sanctions on Venezuela’s economy.   Rodríguez shares data which prove sanctions have directly contributed to a major economic contractio...
6.  Afghanistan in Freefall: Deadly U.S. Sanctions Blamed for Shocking Humanitarian Crisis  

2022-01-14


Democracy Now!
View In: Afghanistan
As Afghanistan faces a dire humanitarian crisis, we look at how more Afghans may die from U.S. sanctions than at the hands of the Taliban. The U.S.'s attempts to block support for the new de facto government have prevented vital funding from flowing to the nation's civil servants, particularly in educatio...