Top Articles by Ben Cohen
If there’s one defining theme when it comes to European history, it is one of extreme violence. No one has done war, conquest and exploitation of its neighboring countries (and others) better than the Europeans – so much so that the continent engulfed almost the entire civilized world into two genocidal conflicts in the space… Read More
Obama is entirely correct in his critique of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – it is a direct violation international law as outlined by the Geneva convention and a blatant act of aggression against a sovereign nation. The problem is, the US government doesn’t have much of a leg to stand on
RT Presenter Quits Live on Air: “I Can Longer Be Part of a Network that Whitewashes the Actions of Putin.”
RT presenter Liz Wahl quit live on air today in the network’s D.C. bureau. In an emotional segment, she told viewers about her Hungarian refugees who fled Soviet oppression and stated she could no longer be a part of a network funded by the Russian government that “whitewashes the actions of Putin”.
The entire internet is raining fire on Abby Martin right now. Not because she stood up to her employer, RT, but because she was ‘outed’ as a former member of the 9/11 truth movement in her early 20s. Was this fair, or a smear job? One thing is clear, we were part of it.
In response to Chez Pazienza’s piece on RT journalist Abby Martin being a 9/11 Truther, Martin got back to The Daily Banter to clarify her beliefs about the attacks in 2001.
Every now and then, a journalist takes a real risk, whether it be to their lives in order to get a story, or to their careers by ignoring conflicts of interests regarding their employer. Yesterday, RT Network presenter Abby Martin did just that by openly defying the owners of her network (the Russian government) and condemning their aggression in Ukraine
Banter Editor Ben Cohen debates conservatives on the Senate Republicans playing politics with veterans’ benefits, the British & U.S. intelligence agency scandal regarding ‘Optic Nerve’, and how Verizon’s CEO wants to charge people based on how much they use the internet.
A reporter arranged the sale of an illegal firearm within 15 minutes through a Facebook page. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives takes these issues so seriously that the page is still up and running, and members still selling guns.
There’s an argument to be made that American intervention can sometimes be useful, but the historical record in recent years shows otherwise. From Vietnam to Iraq, it has been one spectacular disaster after the other, and everyone, including America, could probably do with a break from it.
In May 2013, Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale ran over British soldier Lee Rigby in a London street, then killed him by almost decapitating him with meat cleavers. Today, they were sentenced to life in prison, Adebolajo without the possibility of parole.
Presumably on an all-expenses-paid trip to Google HQ in Mountain View California, Tom Friedman sat down with Laszlo Bock, the Senior Vice President of People Operations to ask him how one might get a job at the search engine turned dominator of all things internet. What transpired was probably the most pointless, least insightful interview ever done by Friedman — and that’s saying something.
Yes, it’s that time again, Glenn Beck Comment Porn! This week, we look at some wonderful comments readers of The Blaze left in response to the head honcho’s threats on Wednesday to leave America.
As viral websites continue to plague the internet with shameless link bait, the headlines are getting more and more desperate in the never ending quest drive up page views. Here are some of the headlines you can expect to grace your screen in the near future.
Author, speaker, and founder of The Philosophers’ Mail, the Swiss born de Botton is on a mission to bring back the lessons of history’s great thinkers. His recently launched newspaper aims to be the antidote to the repugnant Daily Mail, using stories about celebrities Philosopher’s mailand the powerful to promote understanding and sympathy rather than adulation and scorn.
How Tony Blair’s Advice to Rebekah Brooks Over Phone Hacking Scandal Suggests He Lied About Iraq War
The news that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair apparently ‘unofficially’ advised the disgraced News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks over the phone hacking scandal in the UK back in July of 2011 is creating waves in the British press. But the details in the revelation betrays something far darker about Blair, who survived scandal after scandal while in power through his considerable powers of persuasion.
The internet is buzzing with the recently published Google’s ‘How To’ manual on Glass, it’s fancy eyewear product that allows you see the world wide web on your lenses. They aren’t being entirely honest with their customers about how not to come across as a douche. So in the interests of the public, if you are an ‘Explorer’, here’s our ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ guide on how to wear (or not wear) Google’s latest gizmo.