August

August 31, 2007

Labor Day Hypocrisy

Labor Day Hypocrisy – by Stephen Lendman Labor Day is commemorated on the first Monday in September each year since the first one was celebrated in […]
August 29, 2007

The War on Working Americans – Part II

The War on Working Americans – Part II – by Stephen Lendman This article was written to assess the state of working America in the run-up […]
August 27, 2007

The War on Working Americans – Part I

The War On Working Americans – Part I – Stephen Lendman As Labor Day approaches, what better time to assess the state of working America. It’s […]
August 24, 2007

Market Efficiency Hokum

Market Efficiency Hokum – by Stephen Lendman You know the story triumphantly heard in the West. Markets work best when governments let them operate freely – […]
August 22, 2007

America and Venezuela – Constitutional Worlds Apart

America and Venezuela: Constitutional Worlds Apart – by Stephen Lendman Although imperfect, no country anywhere is closer to a model democracy than Venezuela under President Hugo […]
August 20, 2007

Iraq Progress Report: A Time to Assess and Reflect

Iraq Progress Report: A Time to Assess and Reflect – by Stephen Lendman The Bush administration is required to submit three progress reports on Iraq to […]
August 15, 2007

A “Slow Motion Train Wreck”

A “Slow Motion Train Wreck” – by Stephen Lendman These days, financial/market punditry seems to follow two opposite lines of thinking. It ranges from the predominant […]
August 9, 2007

Reviewing Marjorie Cohn’s “Cowboy Republic”

Reviewing Marjorie Cohn’s “Cowboy Republic” – by Stephen Lendman Marjorie Cohn is a distinguished law professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego where […]
August 6, 2007

Reviewing Ferdinand Lundberg’s “Cracks in the Constitution”

Reviewing Ferdinand Lundberg’s “Cracks in the Constitution” – by Stephen Lendman Ferdinand Lundberg (1905 – 1995) was a 20th century economist, journalist, historian and author of […]