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In Honor of James Angleton, Founding Father of the CIA-Mossad Alliance

In Honor of James Angleton, Founding Father of the CIA-Mossad Alliance

In an obtrusive spot on a winding path through a hilside park above the ancient walls of the Old Jerusalem lies a stone memorial to one of the CIA’s most controversial spies. It a geopolitical monument hidden in plain view. The stone–carved in English, Hebrew and Arabic—honors the memory of James Angleton, the first chief...

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Elliott Abrams’ Bloody Lies

Elliott Abrams’ Bloody Lies

Elliott Abrams, President Trump’s special envoy to Venezuela, first became well known in 1982 after he was named assistant secretary of state for human rights in the Reagan administration. Abrams served as a junior point man for the Reagan administration’s wars in Central America. He was an aggressive, articulate defender of pro-U.S. forces that committed...

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Trump Knew About Wikileaks’ Plans in Advance, Cohen Charges

Trump Knew About Wikileaks’ Plans in Advance, Cohen Charges

The testimony of Michael Cohen, former attorney and fixer for President Trump, is more bad news for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Cohen says Assange shared his plans to publish the Democratic National Committee emails with Roger Stone, political dirty trickster and confidante of Trump, before the document dump occurred. In his prepared testimony for the...

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How a High School Class Penetrated the Veil of Secrecy and Forgetting

How a High School Class Penetrated the Veil of Secrecy and Forgetting

A group of high school student from Highstown, New Jersey did something fairly amazing this year: They took effective action against government secrecy. They wrote a law, and, in a bitterly divided Congress, they got it passed. And President Trump signed it. The students in Stu Wexler’s American government class, persuaded Congress to preserve and...