Tag: Paul Wolfowitz

U.S. Justice v. the world

By Glenn Greenwald February 18, 2011 Salon.com In March, 2002, American citizen Jose Padilla was arrested in Chicago and publicly accused by then-Attorney-General John Ashcroft of being "The Dirty Bomber." Shortly thereafter, he was transferred to a...

‘Continuity of Government’ Planning: War, Terror and the Supplanting of the U.S. Constitution

Editor's Note:These remarks were presented by Dr. Scott at the Understanding Deep Politics conference, held May 14-16 in Santa Cruz, CA. In July 1987, during the Iran-Contra Hearings grilling of Oliver North, the American public...

The Chilcot Inquiry: Britain

January 5th, 2010 by Maidhc Ó Cathail Dissident Voice: a radical newsletter in the struggle for peace and social justice All too often, official inquiries are conducted by the very people who should themselves be under investigation. In...

Carlyle, Kissinger, SAIC and Halliburton: A 9/11 Convergence

Careful investigation leads one to notice that a number of intriguing groups of people and organizations converged on the events of September 11th, 2001. An example is the group of men who were members...

Hastert, Burton, Blunt, Other Members of Congress ‘Bribed, Blackmailed’

Brad Friedman September 5, 2009 Huffingtonpost.com Breaking Down the Under-Oath Disclosures of the Formerly-Gagged Sibel Edmonds... It has now been over a week since the video tape and transcript from the remarkable 8/8/09 deposition of former FBI translator-turned-whistleblower...

Sibel Edmonds Speaks, But No One Is Listening

Brief article by Giraldi in The American Conservative giving Edmonds a bit of attention, followed by several thoughtful and very interesting comments at the source.