Rubio Anointed Neocon Choice


by Eli Clifton At the end of last week, third-place Republican primary candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) won a major endorsement, effectively making him the neoconservative candidate of choice and the GOP establishment’s top pick. That endorsement didn’t come from… Continue Reading  

The Right-Wing Americans Who Made a Doc About Argentina


by Eli Clifton and Jim Lobe A new documentary about the death of Alberto Nisman, the Argentine prosecutor found in a pool of blood in his apartment last winter, premiered last week at Washington, D.C.’s Newseum. One might wonder why… Continue Reading  

Rubio’s Biggest Donor Funded West Bank Settlement


by Eli Clifton Last week I touched on Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) largely unnoticed Senate resolution demanding a “swift and transparent” investigation into the death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman. The resolution, which also accused Argentina’s president Cristina Fernández de… Continue Reading  

Following Paul Singer’s Money, Argentina, and Iran (Continued)

Nueva York. El Canciller Héctor Timerman expuso hoy en el Comité de Descolonización de la ONU la posición argentina que ratifica la plena disposición de nuestro país para encontrar una solución pacífica a la disputa de soberanía en la Cuestión Malvinas. A la izq. del Canciller la representante argentina ante la ONU, María Cristina Perceval.

by Eli Clifton Last week, Jim and Charles Davis addressed The Washington Post editorial board’s claim that Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner had pushed an “anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.” They suggested that AIPAC and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies… Continue Reading  

Following the Money: The New Anti-Semitism?


by Jim Lobe and Charles Davis  In the 1976 docudrama about the Watergate affair and the fall of Richard Nixon, All the President’s Men, Bob Woodward’s source at the FBI, Deep Throat, tells him to “follow the money.” To the… Continue Reading