The rock video was the most popular political spot of the 08 election cycle. In point of fact it was not a political spot and was never played commercially as part of my campaign –– we couldn’t afford it. However, when we played it on our website it went viral with over a million hits. The mainstream media
This presidential debate concerns the possible use of nuclear weapons against Iran. The politicians are cooking the intelligence books with respect to any possible threat from Iran. This policy is the neocons plan for American imperialism by destabilizing sovereign foreign governments.
At this presidential debate in 2007 the issue focused on getting out of Iraq when faced with a filibuster in the Senate. Gravel outlines a plan to break the filibuster. He also questions a pledge that Barak Obama made at an APAC meeting that everything is on the table. That pledge is code for the first use of
This clip speaks to U.S. imperialism leading our nation into decline: evidence the failure of our education and health care systems, and the sorry state of our national physical infrastructure. Our soldiers prosecuting imperialism die in vain. What is worse than soldiers dying in vain is more soldiers dying in vain.
This clip speaks to a public hearing held by a number of former elected members of Congress on UFOs and ET issues. My interest in the subject rests on the belief I hold that is would be the height of human arrogance to think that we humans are the only sentient beings in the COSMOS.
In this interview with Paul Jay of The Real News Program, Gravel argues that there is no appreciable difference between the Democrat and Republican parties. Both parties are controlled by what we have come to call the 1% –– the small number of billionaires, wealthy families, corporate and banking interests all characterized as Wall Street, which control
By Mike Gravel , July 6, 2016 At this point Bernie’s has several options. One: He could hang in there, as it currently appears, and press for changes in Democratic Party rules and in the party platform at the convention in Philadelphia. The latter is a futile exercise since convention platforms have little or no effect on policy decisions in Congress.