September

September 29, 2008

Grand Theft America

Grand Theft America – by Stephen Lendman The crime of the century. The greatest one ever. Author Danny Schechter calls it “Plunder.” The title of his […]
September 25, 2008

New Coup D’Etat Rumblings in Venezuela

New Coup D’Etat Rumblings in Venezuela – by Stephen Lendman Since taking office in January 2001, the Bush administration targeted Hugo Chavez for removal. It tried […]
September 22, 2008

Remembering Edward Said Five Years On

Remembering Edward Said Five Years On – by Stephen Lendman Born in West Jerusalem in 1935. Exiled in December 1947. Said was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic […]
September 18, 2008

Reviewing Danny Schechter’s “Plunder”

Reviewing Danny Schechter’s “Plunder: Investigating Our Economic Calamity and the Subprime Scandal” – by Stephen Lendman Danny Schechter is a media activist, critic, independent filmmaker, TV […]
September 15, 2008

Subverting Democracy Through Electoral Fraud

Subverting Democracy Through Electoral Fraud – by Stephen Lendman In America and elsewhere, electoral fraud isn’t new nor should anyone be surprised it occurs. But as […]
September 8, 2008

Vying To Be Toughest

Vying to Be Toughest – by Stephen Lendman Ignoring public sentiment, both party nominees stress “national security” and face off on who’s toughest on “terrorism.” For […]
September 4, 2008

Katrina Redux

Katrina Redux – by Stephen Lendman Renamed and back, but first a personal note. Post-Katrina, writing about “The New Orleans Aftermath and (its) Ugly Glimpse of […]
September 1, 2008

Stoking Tensions, Risking Confrontation: A High Stakes US Gamble with Russia

Stoking Tensions, Risking Confrontation: A High Stakes US Gamble with Russia – by Stephen Lendman Prior to entering WW II, US strategists had a clear aim […]