The assassinated half-brother of Kim Jong-un continues to live an interesting life after death, as the Wall Street Journal believes he was an informant for the CIA.
Republicans have turned on Donald Trump, as they now believe that Mohammed bin Salman did orchestrate the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Whether it changes anything, is harder to figure.
It’s generally accepted that the CIA has engineered an election or two, but it’s in the past right? Well…
To those who believe the removal of Trump will send America back to normal, know the damage was already done; it all started with the torture program I was part of.
It was a very special week in Current Affairs Land, as domestic and international issues melded into one clusterboink that we’d all rather forget. That, plus Eminem!
One week closer to the pit. Hoorah. The week that was, featured some CIA secrets, the passing of a cartoonist and Pizza Hut bringing the ’90s back. Again.
Michael Burrill worries about the porn he’s downloaded – and you should too, now the metadata retention laws have been ushered through – and talks Netanyahu, Blair and Tunisia in his #CurrentAffairsWrap
Incensed by the recently released US Senate Intelligence Committee report into the CIA’s use of torture during the Bush administration, Richard Jackson has written his own “Long Read of the Week.”