By Tom Z. Collina President John Kennedy took powerful pain medications. President Richard Nixon was a heavy drinker. President Ronald Reagan had dementia. And now President Donald Trump has the coronavirus. These conditions can significantly impair one’s ability to think clearly. And yet, as president, each had—or, in Trump’s case, still has–the unilateral authority to launch US nuclear weapons within
by David Dodwell Since 2001, the US ‘war on terror’ has killed, injured and displaced millions across 24 countries, while America’s defence spending is nearly 40 per cent of the global total. In contrast, China has waged one foreign war in the past 50 years US President Donald Trump rallies the troops during a surprise Thanksgiving visit at Bagram
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche This article first appeared in the German-language weekly newspaper Neue Solidarität. It was translated by the EIR staff. June 19—After weeks of rumors, President Trump made it official: The U.S. government plans to withdraw 9,500 U.S. troops from Ger-many and limit the total number of troops stationed here in Germany to 25,000. In addition to numerous expressions
Activist and author Marianne Williamson discusses riots in America and where we should go from here.
The Coronavirus and the Real Threats to American Safety and Freedom By Andrew Bacevich Americans are facing “A Spring Unlike Any Before.” So warned a front-page headline in the March 13th New York Times. That headline, however hyperbolic, was all too apt. The coming of spring has always promised relief from the discomforts of winter. Yet, far too often, it also
Putting Donald Trump’s Impeachment in Context By Andrew J. Bacevich There is blood in the water and frenzied sharks are closing in for the kill. Or so they think. From the time of Donald Trump’s election, American elites have hungered for this moment. At long last, they have the 45th president of the United States cornered. In typically ham-handed fashion,