Jeffrey St. Clair

Jeffrey St. Clair is editor of CounterPunch. His most recent book is An Orgy of Thieves: Neoliberalism and Its Discontents (with Alexander Cockburn). He can be reached at: sitka@comcast.net or on Twitter @JeffreyStClair3

Everybody Knows

Roaming Charges: Somewhat Immature

Shooting the Messengers

A Cry in the Darkness: “Please Come, Come Take Me”

Over the Top

Roaming Charges: Comfortably Dumb

Gaza Delenda Est

Execution as Advertisement: Killing Kenneth Smith

Genocide When You See It

Roaming Charges: The Impotent Empire

A War With No Future

Roaming Charges: It’s in the Bag

Israel in the Dock

The Gasmen of Holman Prison: If at First You Don’t Kill, Try, Try to Kill Again

Dershowitz for the Defense?

Roaming Charges: Let the (Far) Right Ones In

Booked Up: the 10 Best Books of 2023

Cinema Beyond Cinemas: the 10 Best Films of 2023

Genocide on the Installment Plan

From Taser Face to the Goon Squad: the Year in Police Crime

Sound Grammar: the 10 Best Albums of 2023

Sleep Now in the Fire: the Year in Climate

Made in the USA

Roaming Charges: The Sickness of Symbolic Things

Who’s the Boss?

The Gazan Women

Roaming Charges: Leave It to the Men in Charge

I, Netanyahu

Roaming Charges: The Dr. Caligari of American Empire

Complete and Utter Carnage

Rebirth of a Nation: US History According to DW Griffith

Enter the Moral Abyss

Roaming Charges: Politics of the Lesser Exterminators

Gaza’s Trail of Tears

A Day in the Life of CounterPunch

An Infinite Distance

Roaming Charges: Shrinkwrapped, How Sham Psychology Fueled the Texas Death Machine

Is Gaza Burning?

Roaming Charges: That Oceanic Feeling

The Scourging of Gaza

Born Under Punches

The Wolf is Knocking

Roaming Charges: Gaza Without Mercy

Some Young Lives Matter More Than Others, Some Don’t Seem to Matter at All

The Mind-Breakers: the Case of Ramzi Bin al-Shibh

Shaken America Syndrome

Roaming Charges: Our Man in Jersey

Roaming Charges: Then They Walked

Roaming Charges: Just Write a Check

Shoplifting as Capital Offense