"NATO’s (not at all) Free Press" "Turkish police raid opposition Zaman daily HQ, unleash tear gas & water cannon on protesters"
"Berta Cáceres: Hondurian environmental activist killed in own home over opposition to hydroelectric dam" "Assassination of Berta Caceres Sparks Outrage in Honduras" "Honduran environmentalist, who received death threats from police and soldiers, shot to death in her home" "Murder Of Honduran Environmental Activist Showcases The Risk Environmentalists Face Around The World"
"Indigenous Governor in Colombia Assassinated"
"Donald Trump Spun a 9/11 Conspiracy Scenario So Loony It Ended Up Almost True" The photos in the comments of the pages from a book contain definitive proof that the Saudi government was blindsided and had nothing whatsoever to do with September 11.
"Our First Major Breakthrough in Understanding How Zika Virus Attacks the Brain"
"The Caesar Photo Fraud that Undermined Syrian Negotiations" There have been an amazing series of false-flag frauds against the Syrian government, so many, and so crude, that you might hope we'd stop falling for them.
"Bang to rights" Football is an enormous industry in the United States, and it will soon be gone. What will happen to the massive stadiums, paid for with public money as a gift to the 0.1% owners of the teams?
World-hero Guccifer: "Hacker Who Revealed Hillary's Private Email and George Bush's Paintings Will Face Justice in U.S."
"Who Helped Mossad Murder Omar Zayed in Bulgaria?"
A comment from Naked Capitalism by Steve H. on Tulsi Gabbard:
"Lawrence Wilkerson: “I happen to know, backtrack just for a moment, I happen to know the congresswoman fairly well from my almost hour-long conversation with her in her office about the Iran-EU-Germany Permanent 5 Iran deal, the JCPOA, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. I found the congresswoman to be deliberate, well-versed in what we were talking about, in some ways more circumspect even than the party there to discuss it with her. And I found her to be very serious and very concentrated on her responsibility towards dealing with that agreement in the way she felt was best for the American people and ultimately for the world.
So I have great respect for her ability, not just because she’s an Iraq war veteran, but also because I found in her what I did not find in clearly a majority of the rest of the Congress, of either Republican or Democratic ilk. And that is, I found a sane and sober voice. I found a voice interested in national security in a serious way, and a voice that was well-informed and itself spoke well about national security issues.”"