October

October 29, 2007

The Bank of the South: An Alternative to IMF and World Bank Dominance

The Bank of the South: An Alternative to IMF and World Bank Dominance – by Stephen Lendman In July, 2004, the IMF and World Bank commemorated […]
October 25, 2007

Torture, Paramilitarism, Occupation and Genocide

Torture, Paramilitarism, Occupation and Genocide – by Stephen Lendman On October 5, George Bush confronted a public uproar and defended his administration claiming “This government does […]
October 22, 2007

UAW Sellout at GM and Chrysler

UAW Sellout at GM and Chrysler – by Stephen Lendman The September and October United Auto Workers (UAW) GM and Chrysler agreements are just the latest […]
October 18, 2007

Nobel Hypocrisy

Nobel Hypocrisy – by Stephen Lendman Alfred Nobel was a wealthy nineteenth century Swedish-born chemist, engineer, inventor of dynamite, armaments manufacturer and war profiteer who remade […]
October 15, 2007

Promised Social Change in Ecuador

Promised Social Change in Ecuador – by Stephen Lendman Raphael Correa was elected Ecuador’s president last November and took office January 15 promising social change. He’s […]
October 10, 2007

Reviewing James Petras’ “Rulers and Ruled in the US Empire”

Reviewing James Petras’ “Rulers and Ruled in the US Empire” – by Stephen Lendman James Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus of Sociology whose […]
October 10, 2007

The Iraq Quagmire: The Price of Imperial Arrogance

October 4, 2007

“Capitalism and Freedom” Unmasked

“Capitalism and Freedom” Unmasked – by Stephen Lendman An era ended November 16, 2006 when economist Milton Friedman died. A torrent of eulogies followed. The Wall […]
October 1, 2007

Greenspan’s Dark Legacy Unmasked

Greenspan’s Dark Legacy Unmasked – by Stephen Lendman After retiring as the Federal Reserve’s second longest ever serving chairman, Alan Greenspan is now cashing in big […]