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9/11 ‘Truthers’ and ‘Never Forgetters’ Both Help Grow the Government

9/11 ‘Truthers’ and ‘Never Forgetters’ Both Help Grow the Government

There are two camps in the 9/11 war. Both are wrong. As a result, almost no one learns anything from the tragedy that occurred on and after September 11, 2001. One camp is the “never forget” crowd. These are the proponents of Washington, D.C.s’ imperial, worldwide standing army. They insist people never forget the terrorist attacks because…well, it’s not entirely clear why we shouldn’t forget. Something about being vigilant, because “freedom isn’t free.” Or something. It’s just a lot of fuzzy baloney used to justify massive military spending, the empire’s war or intervention du jour, and...

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Where Is the Anarchism in HBO’s ‘The Anarchists’?

Where Is the Anarchism in HBO’s ‘The Anarchists’?

I had the opportunity last week to watch the sixth and final episode of the HBO documentary, The Anarchists. Director and executive producer Todd Schramke accomplished the primary mission of any good documentary filmmaker: he made an interesting miniseries about interesting people. He also managed to weave the events filmed over the course of three to four years into a story with a beginning, middle, and end. While this made the series entertaining, it did fail one basic requirement of a good documentary: it failed to inform. After six approximately 50-minute episodes, I was left with more...

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Trump under siege by the PNAC crowd for seeking peace with Russia

Trump under siege by the PNAC crowd for seeking peace with Russia

Twenty-one years ago, Bill Kristol, Paul Wolfowicz, Donald Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney and a host of other “neoconservatives” collaborated on the “Project for the New American Century.” That produced, among other documents, “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” in which Thomas Donnelly posited the US had an opportunity after the fall of the Soviet Union to do whatever it wanted militarily, before a new power rose to challenge it. Dominating foreign policy and entrenched throughout the military and intelligence establishments ever since, these neocons have attempted to prolong that unchallenged...

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