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We should expect to see bigger and more destructive market-fluctuations as investors get increasingly skittish over bad economic news and weakness in the dollar. Tuesdays 400-point somersault is just ...
One way to understand the effect of 9/11, in most general terms, is to see that it allowed the agenda developed in the 1990s by neoconservatives -- often called simply “neocons” -- to be implemented. ...
The documentary “What A Way To Go: Life At The End Of Empire” is nothing less than a 123-minute cat scan of the planet and its twenty-first century human and non-human condition.
The dollar’s in a heap o’ trouble and Dick Cheney is doing his level-best to make sure that it hits the skids before he leaves office.
Half the homes in New Orleans still do not have electricity. Eighteen months after Katrina, a third of a million people in the New Orleans metro area have not returned.
The Bush administration has carried out three massive sweeps in the last two years, rolling up more than 30,000 minor crooks and criminals, without as much as a whimper of protest from the public.
To think that a group within our own government would do this to us is almost incomprehensible. But the most frightening thing of all is that it’s not only possible, it’s probable.
Although I have made the case for nuking the United States, I would oppose the use of such weapons, a nuclear war would lead to everyone losing out. Mass murder on such a scale would bring misery to ...
The Tehran Times commented last week that an exclusive Islamabad-Washington nexus is at work manipulating the Afghan situation.
What is there to lead anyone to believe that a bleed-out of U.S. troops would resolve this mess in a more peaceful manner? The idea is a fallacy based on hubris.
All-too frequently I encounter activists who don’t like to talk about money