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Mark Ames, discusses the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan that surpasses the levels during Soviet occupation, how Russia benefits from (and is gloating about) a U.S./Taliban stalemate, the slim chance of Russia’s inclusion in NATO and George F. Will’s “Walter Cronkite moment” on Afghanistan. (more…)

Posted: September 6th, 2009


On this tragic day, Exiled Online caught up with one of Sen. Ted Kennedy’s closest confidants, the late Mary Jo Kopechne, whose intimate relationship with the late Senator was interrupted nearly 40 years ago.

Exiled: Thank you for joining us today, we know that it’s a very difficult time for those closest to Sen. Kennedy.

Mary Jo Kopechne: Glurg-glurg-glrbbl. (more…)

Posted: August 26th, 2009

Last week, eXiled Online editor Mark Ames made two appearances on Dylan Ratigan’s new MSNBC show, “Morning Meeting.” Here are a couple of clips for your viewing pleasure.

Here’s the first clip from August 6th, talking about the rampage shooting in Pittsburgh:


Posted: August 11th, 2009

[Interview with Ames starts at 2:00 mark]

Mark Ames appeared on MSNBC earlier this week as a guest on Dylan Ratigan‘s new “Morning Meeting” show. Ames squared off against Jack Matlock, ex-American ambassador to the Soviet Union, now known as perhaps the last true “Grumpy Old Man” kickin’ it grump-skewl.


Posted: July 9th, 2009


Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner is in China today, doing whatever it takes–no matter how shameless and sordid– to make sure that the Chinese don’t pull out of American bonds, which are tanking in value thanks to Geithner’s multi-trillion-dollar gift to Wall Street. The Chinese are not happy, and since the Chinese loaned America all the money it’s now blowing, they call the shots.

The Tim Geithner lifting ass today in China sounds a lot different from the Tim Geithner who recently played the role of alpha Chinaman Dominator when he was trying to impress the wannabe macho men in Congress. The Treasury Secretary’s old self was captured perfectly in a NY Times article headlined “Geithner Hints At Harder Line on China Trade.” (more…)

Posted: June 1st, 2009

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The first reviews of the “Going Postal” documentary, which aired last night on BBC2, are rolling in from the British press. The Independent praised the film’s “highly-talented” director Paul Tickell, and called the documentary “exemplary in just about every way”: (more…)

Posted: May 26th, 2009


No, this is not a joke. The eXiled is looking for someone in Chicago to do a heroic undercover operation, a citizen journalism assignment of the cloak-and-dagger type, if you will.

If you live in the Chicago area and think you’re up to it, email us at for more information.

Posted: May 18th, 2009