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Eric Zuesse As of this writing, 802 former federal lawyers — all of them former federal prosecutors working for the U.S. Department of Justice — have signed a public letter headlined on May 6th “STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS”, which … Continue reading
Eric Zuesse Following are the passages that I consider to be the chief and most important allegations that are in the opening 11% (that’s up through page 49 of the of the 448-page document) of the “Report On The Investigation … Continue reading
Eric Zuesse, as originally published at The Saker. (This article deals with America’s boots-on-the-ground proxy-fighters against Syria. On 27 July 2018, this was supplemented by an article about America’s governmental allies against Syria: “America’s Allies Against Russia & Iran: Main … Continue reading
Eric Zuesse The wing of the Democratic Party that looks for the dollars instead of the votes is called “The Third Way” and it presents itself as representing the supposedly vast political center, nothing “extremist” or “marginal.” But didn’t liberal … Continue reading
Eric Zuesse In the July 16th joint press conference between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the question arose of U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s recent indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officials for allegedly having engineered the … Continue reading