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Chomsky, Zinn, and Obama

October 26th, 2008
Mickey Z "You don't stick a knife in a man's back nine inches, and then pull it out six inches, and say you're making progress." - Malcolm X Another Election Day approaches and I’m reminded of something the late Pakistani dissident, Eqbal Ahmad said… more »

Shame And The 2008 Election

October 26th, 2008
Angie Riedel The presidential election is only a matter of days away now. I wish I could say there is reason to be optimistic that it will bring an end to the reign of greed and destruction of the bush regime. The reality is that there is little to be… more »

Western Delusions: The Violent Folly of Humanitarian Interventionism

October 26th, 2008
Jean Bricmont One can understand why some people might have sincerely thought that the Iraq war would be a "cakewalk". First, consider WW2 ; the US mercilessly bombed Germany and Japan, including their civilian populations, then occupied those countries… more »

The Anatomy of the State

October 25th, 2008
Murray N. Rothbard What the State Is Not The State is almost universally considered an institution of social service. Some theorists venerate the State as the apotheosis of society; others regard it as an amiable, though often inefficient, organization… more »

This Time Is Different

October 25th, 2008
Stephen Lendman Whatever we know about today's financial crisis. Think we know. Eventually will know in the fullness of time. This time is really different. In 1922, Henry Ford put it this way in his book titled "My Life and Work:" "The (economy's)… more »

Don't be shocked by the defeat of America (God does not fix the work of the wicked)

October 25th, 2008
Khaled Al Sharif [Translated by Kirsten Beck (Original article in Arabic)] The financial crisis and economic destruction afflicting the United States of America is about to blow her away. It's natural that Bush's imperialistic policy resulted in… more »

Now the Cost of War Really Matters

October 25th, 2008
By Kevin Zeese The Finance Crisis Means the U.S. Can No Longer Continue Two War-Quagmires and Must Reconsider Military-Based Foreign Policy Nobel prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz predicts the Iraq war will cost the United States $3 trillion.… more »

The Peter Principle Playoffs

October 24th, 2008
Sheila Samples We have now sunk to a depth at which the restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men~~George Orwell So here we sit, our heads jerking back and forth so rapidly most of us are suffering severe whiplash. Will the US… more »

World Food Day: Global Crises’ Double Standards

October 24th, 2008
Ramzy Baroud The 25th annual World Food Day, marked on 16 October, was an occasion whose arrival and passing received little media attention or governmental fanfare. Evidently, much of the world media and governments are consumed with an economic crisis… more »

This Election is too Important to Allow for Oversight...

October 24th, 2008
Les Visible That is what certain election officials are saying according to this article. It says that “Already states such as New Jersey are refusing to allow election experts to monitor voting because they claim it is “too important an… more »

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