September

September 13, 2011

Israeli/Turkish/Palestinian Tensions

Israeli/Turkish/Palestinian Tensions – by Stephen Lendman Issues affecting Palestinians include: • statehood within 1967 borders (22% of historic Palestine); • East Jerusalem as its capital; • […]
September 13, 2011

Implications of Palestinian Statehood

Implications of Palestinian Statehood – by Stephen Lendman Previous articles discussed likely Palestinian statehood and full UN membership if proper procedures are followed. They also suggested […]
September 12, 2011

Progressive Radio News Hour Guests for September 15, 17, and 18, 2011

The Progressive Radio News Hour Guests for September 15, 17, and 18, 2011 Thursday, September 15, at 10AM US Central time: Paul Craig Roberts Roberts was […]
September 12, 2011

9/11: Echoes of the Big Lie

9/11: Echoes of the Big Lie – by Stephen Lendman During and after 9/11 weekend, duplicitous echoes persist, regurgitating official lies instead of full disclosure. A […]
September 12, 2011

Anti-Israeli Rage in Egypt

Anti-Israeli Rage in Egypt – by Stephen Lendman On August 18, Israel aggressively entered Sinai, killing five Egyptian security force members and injuring seven others. At […]
September 11, 2011

Another Century of War

Another Century of War – by Stephen Lendman Post-9/11, new millennium Bush and Obama policies eroded democracy, institutionalized state repression, accelerated economic decline, launched multiple imperial […]
September 11, 2011

What Passes for Journalism and Opinion in America

What Passes for Journalism and Opinion in America – by Stephen Lendman On the 10th 9/11 anniversary, a September 9 Washington Post editorial highlights what readers […]
September 10, 2011

Obama Style Stimulus

Obama Style Stimulus – by Stephen Lendman Obama’s leadership is defined by lawlessness, serial lying and betrayal of the public trust. For ordinary Americans, his new […]
September 10, 2011

Palestinian Statehood: Now’s the Time

Palestinian Statehood: Now’s the Time – by Stephen Lendman Palestinians worldwide want it. So do supporters and up to 140 countries. They comprise more than enough […]