Justin Raimondo

  • TThe way she talks, one would think Hillary Clinton is the commander-in-chief of the Syrian rebels:“The Obama administration is weighing its options for more direct involvement in the Syrian civil war if the rebels opposing the Assad regime can wrest enough control to create a safe haven for ...

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  • T There’s no doubt about it: Andrew B. Adler, the editor of the Atlanta Jewish Times, is a ‘fool’. His article advocating the assassination of President Obama has by now been broadcast all over the Internet, and brought condemnation from every quarter down on his head. His tearful ...

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  • TIs there a single region of the world where the United States government isnt scheming to grab more control, more influence, and have more of a military presence? In Pakistan, a memo has been unearthed from President Zardari to Admiral Mike Mullen, head of the joint chiefs of staff, proposing a ...

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  • TIf you wade through the International Atomic Energy Agencys much-awaited report on Irans alleged pursuit of nuclear weapons technology a fate I wouldnt wish on anyone what youll find is a studious ambiguity. May, might, and could are words that modify practically every assertion of Iranian ...

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  • TFake, fake, fake Im talking about the latest anti-Iranian propaganda coming out of Washington, which claims the Iranian Revolutionary Guards were involved in a plot to take out the Saudi ambassador to the US and blow up both the Saudi and Israeli embassies. The narrative reads like a formulaic ...

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  • TCritics of the war in Afghanistan are fond of asking: "What would victory look like? How will we know when weve won?" In view of the latest events in that war-torn country, its fair to stand that question on its head and ask: What would defeat look like? It looks like this: as Afghan government ...

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  • TIf we look at American foreign policy under Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama, what strikes the non-partisan observer is a sense of continuity - and an escalating aggressiveness. President Clinton moved with force into Haiti, Bosnia, and Kosovo, the latter two in support of a Muslim ...

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  • TWith Osama bin Laden dead, and the Al-Qaeda organisation in disarray, the new enemy of the moment is Pakistan a target Barack Obama had in his sights even before taking office. A recent piece in the New Yorker that bellwether of elite Obama-bot opinion goes after Pakistan with the ...

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  • TWhile the rest of the news media was busy covering the Great Birth Certificate Drama, Rachel Maddow spared her audience yet another hour of having to watch that walking hairpiece make a fool of himself (and us), and instead focused on the real news: a US-trained Afghan pilot had turned on his ...

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  • TBarely 24 hours after the first Allied air strikes, President Obamas high-flying Libyan adventure is losing altitude. The smoke hadnt cleared from the first air strikes when the head of the Arab League complained that what happened differs from the no-fly zone objectives. What we want is civilians ...

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  • TThe latest Western military intervention in the Arab world is occasioned by the supposedly imminent crushing of the Libyan rebels by Muammar Gaddafis mercenary army. This new crusade, launched amid an orgy of moralising, on Thursday received the official imprimatur of the UN Security Council, which ...

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  • TSo, you thought the economic crisis we are currently experiencing was caused by loose monetary policy, loose economic regulation, or just plain loose morals by the likes of Goldman Sachs and associated plutocrats? Wrong It was really all part of a nefarious plot by Ay-rab terrorists and now were ...

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