ICH Headlines 17 April 2017

17 April 2017 — Information Clearing House

Al-Qaeda Suicide Attack Kills 100+ Children, Women – Whodunit?

By Moon Of Alabama

The BBC, CNN and other western media will not tell you that. CNN called the massacre “a hiccup”

A Critique of ‘False and Misleading’ White House Claims About Syria’s Use of Lethal Gas

By Theodore A. Postol

The report provides unambiguous evidence that the White House Intelligence Report contains false and misleading claims.

It’s Not Just Syria-Trump Is Ratcheting Up Wars Across the World

By Trevor Timm

We should be concerned about the more than 1,000 civilian deaths caused by the Trump administration’s reckless military campaigns.

D.C.’s War Madness

By Damon Linker

Launching even one missile at another country is not, a “military action.” It is an act of war. Full stop.

The Problem is Washington, Not North Korea

By Mike Whitney

Absent Kim’s WMDs, Pyongyang would have faced a preemptive attack long ago and Kim would have faced a fate similar to Gadhafi’s.

234B In Aid To Israel Violates US Law Against Supporting Secret Nuclear States

By Kit O’Connell

The lawsuit warns that the U.S. gave Israel about $234 billion in foreign aid since1976, despite a ban on support for secret nuclear weapons programs.

What Russia-gate Has Wrought

By Robert Parry

For five months, there was a daily drumbeat on Russia-gate, but suddenly the “scandal” disappeared.

Trump, A Symptom Of What?

By Ira Chernus

What’s wrong with our system? How could it produce a President Trump?

How to Jam the Trump Brand

By Naomi Klein

For the first time in history, the president of the United States is a fully commercialized Superbrand, with family members who are best understood as spin-off brands.

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