November

November 28, 2008

Media Response to Venezuelan Elections

The Media Response to Venezuelan Elections – by Stephen Lendman On November 23, Venezuela held regional and local elections for governors, mayors and other municipal offices. […]
November 26, 2008

Israel’s Slow-Motion Genocide in Occupied Palestine

Israel’s Slow-Motion Genocide in Occupied Palestine – by Stephen Lendman Imagine life under these conditions: Living in limbo under a foreign occupier. Having no self-determination, no […]
November 24, 2008

Lurching Toward Gomorrah: More Signs of An Unstoppable Economic Meltdown

Lurching Toward Gomorrah: More Signs of An Unstoppable Economic Meltdown – by Stephen Lendman Crisis denialists are still around but are slowly and grudgingly giving way […]
November 21, 2008

Fate of Lakotahs Highlights America’s Failed Native American Policies

Fate of Lakotahs Highlights America’s Failed Native American Policies – by Stephen Lendman On November 6, South Dakota’s governor Michael Rounds declared a state of emergency […]
November 19, 2008

Extrajudicial Assassinations As Official Israeli Policy

Extrajudicial Assassinations As Official Israeli Policy – by Stephen Lendman Extra-judicial killings are indefensible, morally abhorrent, and illegal under international laws and norms. Article 23b of […]
November 17, 2008

Worse Than the Great Depression?

Worse Than the Great Depression? – by Stephen Lendman It’s a minority but growing view, including from 86-year old former Goldman Sachs chairman, John Whitehead, at […]
November 14, 2008

Targeting Hugo Chavez

Targeting Hugo Chavez – by Stephen Lendman Since taking office in February 1999, America’s dominant media have relentlessly attacked Chavez because of the good example he […]
November 12, 2008

Global Economic Tremors

Global Economic Tremors – by Stephen Lendman On October 28, the Financial Times’ columnist Martin Wolf wrote: “Preventing a global slump must be the priority.” He […]
November 10, 2008

Obama Mania

Obama Mania – by Stephen Lendman On November 4, the world exhaled. The age of George Bush ended, and a new one under Barak Obama began. […]