June

June 28, 2007

Big Oil and Big Media V. Hugo Chavez

Big Oil and Big Media V. Hugo Chavez – by Stephen Lendman On June 27, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal vied for attention […]
June 27, 2007

Reviewing Linda McQuaig’s Holding the Bully’s Coat

Reviewing Linda McQuaig’s “Holding the Bully’s Coat” – by Stephen Lendman Linda McQuaig is a prominent, award-winning Canadian journalist, sadly less well known in the US […]
June 25, 2007

“Demonstration” Government in Palestine

“Demonstration” Government in Palestine – by Stephen Lendman In 1984 (a year of Orwellian significance), activist and media and social critic Edward Herman wrote one of […]
June 20, 2007

The Record of the Newspaper of Record

The Record of the Newspaper of Record – by Stephen Lendman Dictionaries define “yellow journalism” variously as irresponsible and sensationalist reporting that distorts, exaggerates or misstates […]
June 19, 2007

Reviewing Michel Chossudovsky’s America’s War on Terrorism

Reviewing Michel Chossudovsky’s “America’s ‘War on Terrorism'” by Stephen Lendman Global Research, June 19, 2007rense.com – 2007-06-18 Email this article to a friend Print this article […]
June 17, 2007

Dr. Rafil A. Dhafir at Terre Haute Prison’s New Communications Management Unit – by Katherine Hughes

Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, May-June 2007, pages 12-13Special Report Dr. Rafil A. Dhafir at Terre Haute Prison’s New Communications Management UnitBy Katherine Hughes AT […]
June 13, 2007

Reviewing Noam Chomsky’s New Book: “Interventions”

Reviewing Noam Chomsky’s New Book: “Interventions” – by Stephen Lendman Noam Chomsky is MIT Institute Professor Emeritus of linguistics and has been a leading political and […]
June 8, 2007

Wall Street Journal’s Looking Glass World

Wall Street Journal’s Looking Glass World – by Stephen Lendman She’s at it again on the Journal’s editorial page in her June 4 article called “The […]
June 6, 2007

Resource Wars – Can We Survive Them?

Resource Wars – Can We Survive Them? – by Stephen Lendman Near the end of WW II, Franklin Roosevelt met with Saudi King ibn Saud on […]