The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives both delivered a high-profile rebuke by a margin of over two-thirds of Obama’s veto regarding the law that would allow 9/11 victims and their families to sue countries that supported and financed the terrorists. Although the law does not name a particular country, it is [Read more]
If the lowering of international oil prices has explosive effects on the Saudi economy, the bill under discussion will prove even more disastrous for Saudi Arabia.
Current cost to public funds of these operations: U.S. $8.4 billion. And with what results?
Thanks to 9/11, we know more about the world, but mainly about ourselves.
Guns are America's cancer.
There would be legal as well as rational and moral justification for the U.S. to provide compensation to people affected by its drone attacks.
Americans are discussing secret Sept. 11 documents that address the involvement of Saudi officials, who are not key al-Qaida supporters, in the funding of the organization.
How to survive the U.S. elections without Jon Stewart:
The U.S. elections are a farce, have always been a farce and will remain forever a farce. They last for a long time — a very long time. Between Donald Trump's opening announcement in early summer 2015 and the actual voting in November 2016, a year and a half [Read more]
Critical minds and opposing voices are playing their role in post-attack France, much more so than they did in America after 9/11. This is rather healthy and somehow reassuring.