Blog Profile / Salon: Glenn Greenwald

Filed Under:US Politics / Liberal
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Archived Since:March 4, 2008

Blog Post Archive

The due-process-free assassination of U.S. citizens is now reality

Without a shred of due process, far from any battlefield, President Obama succeeds in killing Anwar al-Awlaki

The FBI again thwarts its own Terror plot

Are there so few actual Terrorists that the FBI has to recruit them into manufactured attacks?

What's behind the scorn for the Wall Street protests?

Not just media outlets, but numerous Democratic pundits, heap mockery on the grassroots activism

What media coverage omits about U.S. hikers released by Iran

Unlike the U.S. media, Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer present the full picture of what happened

Question about America's enemies

Does the U.S. ever fight against anyone it didn't recently arm, fund and/or otherwise fortify?

U.S. not "standing idly by" in Bahrain

In the wake of violence and oppression by the regime against protesters, the Pentagon proposes a major weapons sale

Dennis G. Jacobs: Case study in judicial pathology

The ACLU scores a big victory over government lawlessness, but the dissenting judge's ugly outburst speaks volumes

Jose Padilla and how American justice functions

A new ruling paves the way for stiffer punishment, while his lawless jailers and torturers walk free

U.S. to build new massive prison in Bagram

Severe budgetary constrains and calls for austerity at home are no deterrent to expansion of American militarism

The Geithner mystery solved

The Treasury Secretary is empowered not despite his subservience to Wall Street but because of it

The mainstreaming of Walt and Mearsheimer

Without acknowledging that he's doing so, Tom Friedman today voices the central theme of The Israel Lobby

Major discovery: a purpose of the war in Afghanistan

The U.S. is determined to stay until there are no Afghans left who wants it gone. Then it can leave.

The perils of partisan punditry in the Obama age

Many of the most consequential political facts reside outside R v. D bickering, and are thus ignored

The meaning of political rituals like 9/11 Day

Ceremonies of this sort aren't "apolitical," as Krugman's critics claim. They're the ultimate propaganda festival

How a normal, healthy government behaves

Turkey continues to be angry at Israel for killing its citizens, while the U.S. says -- literally -- "who cares"?

We refuse to live in fear!

The rhetoric of yesterday's anniversary illustrates leaders' hypocrisy in their responses to the attacks

Orwell, 9/11, Emmanuel Goldstein and WikiLeaks

The decade since the attack provides a vivid museum exhibit for how state propaganda functions

Public opinion surprises

A new Pew poll contains some unexpected findings about how Americans view Terrorism and their rights

Cheering for state-imposed death

The GOP's celebration of Rick Perry's record prompts outrage -- why didn't similar reactions to bin Laden's death?

The ACLU on Obama and core liberties

The leading civil liberties group documents the dangerous continuity between this President and the last one

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